Following the numerous race riots of 2020, questions regarding racial discrimination and income inequality have wholly permeated the American zeitgeist.
No group has dominated this conversation more than the left-wing Black Lives Matter organization — a group with Marxist leaders forwarding many controversial ideas, such as the theory of “systemic racism.”
Many Americans are afraid to voice their political opinions when it comes to these sorts of emotionally-charged subjects (a Cato Institute survey from 2020 found as many as 62 percent of Americans are afraid to voice their political opinions).
However, in recent weeks, Wilfred Reilly has stood out as an exception to this rule.
A political scientist and Kentucky State University professor, Reilly is well-known for his data-driven analyses of popular political claims.
In recent weeks, Reilly’s work has been particularly focused on