Black Commentators

Ward Connerly is one of today's most courageous spokesmen for equal rights for all. Chairman of the California Civil Rights Initiative, member of the University of California Board of Regents, and author, Connerly is willing to say the unpopular things that need to be said.
Syndicated columnist, author and lawyer Larry Elder takes on today's tough issues.
Kevin Fobbs speaks from Detroit about the nation's problems, particular those of Black America. As president of National Urban Policy Action Council, Kevin promotes common-sense policy for our urban centers.
Columnist and talk-radio host Mychal S Massie deals with today's race issues head-on.
Formerly a single welfare mother, Star Parker turned her life around when she became a Christian. She is now President and Founder of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (CURE). She spoke to the 1996 Republican Convention and has written two books. Her passion for urban renewal comes from her own experience.
Economist and author Thomas Sowell brings refreshing clarity to issues, both social and economic. He is a fellow at the Hoover Institute and has written several books, perhaps most notably, There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch.
One of the most provocative and principled voices for Christian values, Armstrong Williams hosts his own television show on America's Voice. He brings an invigorating fervor and clarity to moral issues.
George Mason University's John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics, Dr. Walter Williams, loves to challenge the status quo. He has written dozens of publications and several books. He appears from time to time on a variety of news and opinion TV shows and is a favorite substitute host on the "Rush Limbaugh Show". Anything he writes is guaranteed to provoke serious thought.