February is Black History Month and in honor of the 28-day event, this blog will feature a QOTD from a Black conservative. Thanks to this idea goes to my friend and fellow blogger, John Hawkins who did a Townhall.com column with many of the quotes I'll use throughout the month.
Today's conservative is Larry Elder, a radio and television personality known as both the "Sage of South Central" and the "Prince of Pico Yoon" (short for "Pico Union"). His radio program is The Larry Elder Show.
"A woman who demands further gun control legislation is like a chicken who roots for Colonel Sanders.""
"America traditionally represents the greatest possibility of someone's going from nothing to something. Why? In theory, if not practice, the government stays out of the way and lets individuals take risks and reap rewards or accept the consequences of failure. We call this capitalism - or, at least, we used to."
"Only in Washington does a decrease in the proposed increase equal a spending cut."
"Welfare distorts behavior, makes one less personally responsible and reduces the role of private charity. This principle applies to corporate welfare.