Odd food preferences run in family

By Karl Terry: PNT managing editor Foods and the way we eat them may say a lot about us. Lately they’ve been screaming a lot about me from just above my belt. Some recipes, concoctions and combinations are specific to extended families and maybe even certain areas. You know what I’m talking about. Every family […]

Network stoops low to raise profits

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer It’s been a few weeks since former NBA player John Amaechi announced he was gay, and I’ve stood on the sidelines until today. Some call his admission courageous, and others call it a money grab. I’ll call it a post-career statement from a below-average NBA player, and a story […]

Affirmative action cripples everyone

By Steve Chapman: Syndicated Columnist Time travel, long a staple of science fiction, has so far amounted to nothing more than a fantasy. But anyone interested in paying a visit to the past may soon get the chance. On Nov. 7, voters in Michigan will decide on a ballot initiative banning racial preferences in the […]

Discrimination costs encourage racism

By Walter Williams: Syndicated columnist My previous columns have attempted to reduce confusion by suggesting operational definitions of discrimination and prejudice. Discrimination was defined as the act of choice, and prejudice was the act of decision-making on the basis of incomplete information. Good analytical thinking requires that we don’t confuse one phenomenon with another. The […]