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'''Laurence Allen "Larry" Elder''' is an [[African American]] [[conservative]]/[[libertarian]] commentator.  He is also a radio and talk show host and a syndicated columnist.
 
'''Laurence Allen "Larry" Elder''' is an [[African American]] [[conservative]]/[[libertarian]] commentator.  He is also a radio and talk show host and a syndicated columnist.
 
He asserts that [[racism]] in the U.S. no longer represents a serious threat to blacks' [[upward mobility]] and opposes the [[minimum wage]] on the grounds that it undermines [[job creation]] for blacks, teenagers and [[entry-level]] workers. [http://www.amazon.com/Ten-Things-Cant-America-Revised/dp/0312284659/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_2 (Publishers Weekly)] The first of the ''[[Ten Things You Can't Say In America]]'' is that blacks are more [[racist]] than whites.  
 
He asserts that [[racism]] in the U.S. no longer represents a serious threat to blacks' [[upward mobility]] and opposes the [[minimum wage]] on the grounds that it undermines [[job creation]] for blacks, teenagers and [[entry-level]] workers. [http://www.amazon.com/Ten-Things-Cant-America-Revised/dp/0312284659/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_2 (Publishers Weekly)] The first of the ''[[Ten Things You Can't Say In America]]'' is that blacks are more [[racist]] than whites.  
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*[[Jesse Jackson]] himself says he's relieved when the late-night footsteps on the street behind him belong to white rather than black feet . . . [http://rightwingnews.com/quotes/elder10.php]
  
 
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Revision as of 14:16, 20 August 2011

Laurence Allen "Larry" Elder is an African American conservative/libertarian commentator. He is also a radio and talk show host and a syndicated columnist. He asserts that racism in the U.S. no longer represents a serious threat to blacks' upward mobility and opposes the minimum wage on the grounds that it undermines job creation for blacks, teenagers and entry-level workers. (Publishers Weekly) The first of the Ten Things You Can't Say In America is that blacks are more racist than whites.

Quotes

  • Jesse Jackson himself says he's relieved when the late-night footsteps on the street behind him belong to white rather than black feet . . . [1]