By Gregory Kane | 08/18/13 04:55 PM
Son Julian McKnight, only 15, hasn't done Dad Julian McKnight proud lately. On July 9, the son, along with two other 15-year-old boys, attacked a 13-year-old on a school bus in St. Petersburg, Fla. Son McKnight appeared in court last week, to receive justice for his part in the assault. The youth...
By Gregory Kane | 08/14/13 02:20 PM
Ah, those race-baiting Maryland Democrats! According to news reports, it was Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler who started the latest round of race baiting. And his target was another Democrat, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. When Maryland Democrats race-bait, they don't mess around. Even other...
By Gregory Kane | 08/11/13 05:35 PM
Let it go, people. There exist a gaggle of malcontents hell bent on getting the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and other assorted black misleaders to condemn the July 9 beating of a 13-year-old white boy in Florida.
By Gregory Kane | 08/07/13 04:25 PM
Heaven bless that Tawana Brawley. After weeks of looking at that smug, self-righteous, pious look on Al Sharpton's face, she's back in the news.
By Gregory Kane | 08/05/13 07:15 AM
In my last column, I wrote about Dave Miceli, a Baltimore public school teacher that had the courage to tell it like it is about public education in Baltimore. Miceli was miffed - and rightly so - at an editorial in The Baltimore Sun that addressed the recent spate of killings in the city....
By Gregory Kane | 08/01/13 09:15 AM
Dave Miceli doesn't know me from a hole in the ground, but he's my new hero.
By Gregory Kane | 07/28/13 03:40 PM
Give me a controversial shooting of a 17-year-old black youth, and I'll build you a dedicated left-winger. Or two.
By Gregory Kane | 07/25/13 09:15 AM
As left-wing rants go, Cornel West has just given us one of the best to come down the pike in quite some time.
By Gregory Kane | 07/21/13 07:00 PM
That "not guilty" verdict in the George Zimmerman trial has prompted protests, comments that can only be classified as bona fide flapdoodle and remarks from the president of the United States.
By Gregory Kane | 07/14/13 05:01 PM
This is a tale of two Trayvons. One is Trayvon Martin. If you haven't heard of him, then you must have spent the past year and a half with your head under a rock. Less well known is Trayvon Ramos.
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