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16-May-2019 08:45

It was a time when MLK and his fellow black reverends were still imbued with the moral authority they lost in later decades.

The Jamelle Bouies and Ta-Nehisi Coates will never be able to play the race card as effectively as their predecessors.

The SPLC has cheapened the “hate group” label by being so promiscuous with it.

It is no longer the deterrent that it was in the past.

They had beaten the Great Depression, the Axis Powers and were racing the Soviets to put a man on the moon.

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The introduction of cable television, the rise of talk radio and finally the internet has changed the media landscape.

Few people on the Right trust the SPLC or the mainstream media anymore and they are unlikely to recover that prestige.

The whole structure of politically correct taboos that has controlled discourse and narrowed the range of “respectable” behavior on the Right for two generations has similarly been cheapened and weakened through overuse.

They grew up under a very different media landscape than their children and grandchildren.

The United States was 88.6% non-Hispanic White in 1960. The costs of diversity weren’t readily apparent to most White Americans in the 1960s. For many decades, the Baby Boomers were able to navigate around the racial issue by moving to lily White suburbs, but this is increasingly unaffordable for Millennials.

The introduction of cable television, the rise of talk radio and finally the internet has changed the media landscape.

Few people on the Right trust the SPLC or the mainstream media anymore and they are unlikely to recover that prestige.

The whole structure of politically correct taboos that has controlled discourse and narrowed the range of “respectable” behavior on the Right for two generations has similarly been cheapened and weakened through overuse.

They grew up under a very different media landscape than their children and grandchildren.

The United States was 88.6% non-Hispanic White in 1960. The costs of diversity weren’t readily apparent to most White Americans in the 1960s. For many decades, the Baby Boomers were able to navigate around the racial issue by moving to lily White suburbs, but this is increasingly unaffordable for Millennials.

The Republican Party was a far stronger institution before W.