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This article was originally distributed via ReleaseWire. ReleaseWire, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.He talked about the black vote, about the Democratic Party, and whether programs intended to help minorities actually help or hurt them.As an African American columnist, Riley career has been based on maintaining skepticism of the political left leaning with black America, because in his way of thinking, liberal programs to lift the black American underclass mostly fail, and in fact, harms the intended beneficiaries. According to Riley, the reasons liberal policies and programs always seem to backfire and to hurt those they purport to help is because liberals either do not understand human nature and cultural differences, or they simply choose to ignore it.Here is the interview with Jason Riley:Q: Jason, do you believe that many black Americans now feel that Democratic politicians and their liberal policies have betrayed the black community, as liberal policies just seem to have left them worse off?A: Well, it be hard to make that argument, given that so many blacks overwhelmingly support Democratic politicians.A: I think you can point to history, for one, where conservatives were during the Civil Rights Movement is still in the memory of a lot of black Americans alive today, particularly older Americans. That one reason I "Anadrol 50" think they flock to the Democrats. Another reason has to do with Republican outreach or the lack thereof.There are examples of Republicans that have decided to go after this vote, spend time in these communities. Jack Kemp comes to mind, from back in the Paul Ryan doing it today. People like Chris Christie. In his re election bid in New Jersey, went into places like Camden and introduced himself. Richard Riordan did it in LA back in the 1990s.These are still exceptions to the rule, where Republicans pretty much write off the black vote, and I don ascribe racial animus to that. I think it pragmatic politics. Republicans still believe that they can win elections without black voters, and once that changes and they feel they need the black vote to win, you see them courting black voters. Right now there a huge debate in the GOP over the Latino vote, for example, whether or not Republicans can continue to win elections going forward without more Hispanic voters. There no such similar debate going on among blacks, or about the black vote, in the GOP.Q: So Democrats call their ideology compassionate. That my word. What would you call it?A: Well intentioned in many cases, but ultimately harmful. I think that blacks ultimately must help themselves. They have to develop the same behaviors and attitudes Masteron Side Effects For Women' and attitudes, and and and practices that other groups in America had to develop in order to rise, and to the extent that a government program or policy, however "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" well intentioned, interferes with that necessary self development. I think "Anaboliset Aineet" it does more harm than good, and that what you have in a lot of these Great Society programs.Government attempts to help but are putting in place the wrong incentives. Trying "Anaboliset Aineet" to replace the Oral Steroids For Zoster father in the home with a government check may seem compassionate, but it doesn encourage proper child rearing, or even proper child bearing. Open ended welfare benefits may seem compassionate, but they don incentivize a group to develop a work ethic, which is ultimately what that group will need to develop in order to make it on its own.Q: So what you saying is Sustanon 250 4 Ml A Week that if we could get the liberal boot off the black community neck, then black Americans can actually thrive?A: Yes, I would point to what was going on in black America prior to the implementation of a lot of these policies. Black history didn just jump from slavery to the Civil Rights movement.There was a long period in between, and if you look at what was going on in terms of educational attainment among blacks, both relative to whites and in absolute terms, if you look at the rate at which blacks were leaving poverty, the rate at "buy cheap jintropin online" which blacks were entering the professions, skilled trades and so forth, you saw much better outcomes prior to all of these government interventions to help.I not discounting the need for the Civil Rights movement. I think the Voting Rights Act of the Civil Rights Act of were liberalism at its best, and, I think that all Americans can be proud of what was achieved in terms of making the country more just for everyone.But for the programs that came out of the Great Society, blacks can get ahead. That a much more difficult argument to make, and I would argue that the facts don support that conclusion.Q: So right now twice as many black Americans are unemployed as white, right? It almost double what white or national average is. Why do you think that is? How is the Obama administration addressing this issue, or are they?A: For the past 50 years, the black unemployment rate has been double the white. The Obama administration has not come up with anything new to address this. In fact, they continue to push policies that I think are responsible for that outcome.A: Minimum wage increases are a perfect example. Prior to the implementation of the minimum wage and prior to it taking effect, that is vis a vis inflation, you did not see these racial disparaties in employment. In some years in the and the black labor participation rate exceeded the white labor participation rate.Q: What was the difference then versus now?A: I would argue minimum wage laws, in part, which are pricing a lot of younger and less skilled workers out of the work force, a disproportionate number of whom happen to be black.I think that has a lot to do with it. There are also cultural reasons, which I talked about in the book. Attitudes towards work play a role in this, even in the 1980s and during a period of tremendous economic growth and job creation in this country, but the black labor participation rate for young men fell during the and of this is cultural and there are limits to what politicians can do to address the cultural problems. I argue that having a black man in the White House is all well and good, but it can substitute for a black man in the home.What I mean by that statement is that there are certain problems with attitudes and behaviors in the black community that are leading to these outcomes, and there are limits to what politicians can do to address them, other than getting out of the way and letting that self development run its course.A: That what our experience has shown. In New York, where I am from, the welfare policies, the reforms, implemented under Rudy Giuliani, continued under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, reduced poverty and shrunk the welfare roles. You put time limits in place, you put work requirements in place, you give people an incentive to go get a job. So yes, incentives matter.Q: So the government only concerned with control, and they almost disguise it as charity. Is that right?

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