Another is that civil-rights rhetoric has become a crashing bore and, worse, a cause of confusion: Almost everything designated a "civil rights" problem isn't.---George Will
This guy is a tricky dude. Listen.
He rightly says the core function of the civil-rights laws, which required "a lot of heavy lifting by the federal government," was to dismantle a caste system maintained by law. But that has been accomplished.---Reynolds via Will
Civil-rights laws and enforcement agencies are barely relevant. Proper pulpits - perhaps including barbershops - are relevant. Government pulpits are not---George Will
George Will goes to an African American barbershop???
For what// Camaraderie???
More likely fuel for this syndicated column.
Maybe that should be admired. I don't find it admirable.
George Will doesn't get it.
What is more of a shame, is that we STILL think we are without the authority to 'fix it'.
People like George F. Will will quietly, and suavely talk you into your grave.