Last Friday night on KFI, my favorite L.A. talk-radio station, prominent black conservative Ward Connerly chatted with Joe Hicks, KFI’s token black host (who is usually relegated to Saturday nights).
The subject was Barack Obama.
With all of the African-American talking heads on cable-news shows this election year, I had not heard two black conservatives discuss among themselves their opposition to Obama on ideological grounds.
Although I support Obama, I think this conversation speaks well to the diversity of political opinion in 21st-Century black America.
Click here to hear an 8-minute excerpt on my Vox blog.