Hillary Clinton's Black Conversion
Failing to win white voters in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton needs her black firewall like never before. Her speech yesterday in Harlem touched on criminal justice and economic opportunity. Those remarks follow a stop in majority-black Flint, Mich., to decry its lead-water crisis, and a debate in segregated Milwaukee, where she pledged to "tackle" discrimination. She also took a shot at Bernie Sanders' criticism of Wall Street with the question: "If we broke up the big banks tomorrow, would that end racism?"