Wednesday, June 16, 2004

ACLU Against the Poor

Star Parker is president of CURE, the Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education ( She is author of "Uncle Sam's Plantation: How Big Government Enslaves America's Poor and What You Can Do About It."):

As the civil-rights movement became politicized by ACLU-type liberals, values and personal responsibility were displaced by victimization politics. The result has been a social catastrophe in the African-American community. Thanks again to ACLU-type liberals, public schools that black children are forced to attend have purged all traditional values from education and, as a result, children have no clue why they are there and what the point is in education. These children are already most likely severely disadvantaged by coming from broken homes, also the product of the political purge of traditional values.


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