Can we expect Walter Williams, Deroy Murdock, or Herman Cain Next Year?

Was I the only one who was repulsed by the fact that Al Sharpton was asked to speak to the New Mexico Legislature recently for “African-American Day?” Aside from the fact that he is a proven liar, Sharpton is an extreme liberal who used his speech to the Legislature to “boost public education (read more spending) and shield governmental workers from ‘unfair’ budget cuts.”

While I suppose that the lefties should have their moment in the sun, I think it would only be fair to have a principled, black advocate of free markets and limited government out for the next “African-American Day.” May I suggest Walter Williams, Deroy Murdock, or entrepreneur Herman Cain. We at the Rio Grande Foundation would be happy to work with legislators in their future endeavors to ensure that more perspectives than that of the extreme left wing of the black community are presented.

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