Forty-four minutes. That’s how long it took a post by a black seminary professor, referencing a stomach-turning white supremacist blogger (and self-professed Christian) who called him a “negro theologian,” to get a response from someone complaining about black racism.
I could never understand, when I was at the University of Michigan during the heyday of political correctness, why so many people insisted on seeing me, because of my conservatism at the time, as a racist. Maybe it’s because the knee-jerk response from too many white conservatives, when the issue of racism arises, is to immediately whine that blacks do it too. I don’t tolerate that kind of nonsense from my children (“well he hit me too!”), and we ought not to tolerate it from adults.