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    03/29/2010 10:54:30 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 14 replies · 586+ views ^ | 03/29/2010 | Gary P.
    Lloyd Marcus is one of the strongest voices in the Tea Party movement. Those in the know understand that the Tea Party is made up of Patriotic Americans from all walks of life. Race, gender, and even political party affiliation, place no barriers on those who love their country and want to stop this out of control, drunk with power President, and Congress. As Stacy Drake pointed out recently, the radical left, the Marxist-democrats, not only use race as a weapon, they make up stories of racial tension, like those coming from the recent Tea Party protest in Washington, D.C.
  • Frederick Douglass Republicans

    03/24/2010 6:31:43 AM PDT · by Tuscaloosa Goldfinch · 8 replies · 373+ views
    I'm not quite sure how to post this item, but I heard the founder of this organization on the radio a few weeks back. I think he's extremely effective.
  • Chris Matthews Agrees: Yeah, There’s Some Racism Involved In Why Israelis Don’t Like Obama

    03/09/2010 2:17:46 PM PST · by GOPGuide · 21 replies · 262+ views
    Story Balloon ^ | March 9, 2010 | Jason
    Keep in mind that he is IN Israel while agreeing with the racism assertion. It’s been a busy night for Matthews. He also let us in on his belief that ’Cheney Is Like Brando In Superman Putting Liz In A Capsule Because His World Is Ending.‘ Gaffenator, the gaffemeister, the gaffeburger. I can’t wait until they try to put him up on a pedestal later in his life. Look at all he has accomplished! I’m getting a tingle up my leg just thinking about it. Chris Matthews: Who’s more popular over here? Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Joe Biden....
  • Bill Cosby saying he is NOT African American

    02/25/2010 9:17:18 AM PST · by Mind Freed · 33 replies · 2,142+ views
    25 Feb 2010 | Mind Freed
    I received this in an email. Not sure what the date was that he said this but it is a good read: This is actually word for word what he said to a gathering of students who asked about the bailout in America Great response... 'They're standing on the corner and they can't speak English.' I can't even talk the way these people talk: Why you ain't,? Where you is,? What he drive,? Where he stay,? Where he work,? Who you be...? And I blamed the kid until I heard the mother talk. And then I heard the father talk....
  • The Policing of Class

    02/17/2010 6:34:14 AM PST · by Walter Scott Hudson · 6 replies · 267+ views
    Fightin Words ^ | February 17, 2010 | Walter Scott Hudson
    Folks don't like nobody being too proud or too free. So observes Celie, a character played by Whoopi Goldberg in her 1985 film debut, The Color Purple. The film is two hours of blacks holding other blacks down, with whites playing a supporting role. It demonstrates the curious phenomenon of lower classes policing their members to assure they remain lower class. This is done alternately by "taking them down a peg or two" with physical abuse or, more commonly, verbal berating. "Who do they think they are?" is a common refrain. This is a real life phenomenon which is...
  • "Endangered Species" by (You Tube Prolfe Video)

    02/16/2010 11:13:52 AM PST · by GonzoII · 3 replies · 180+ views
    You Tube ^ | January 19, 2010 | Posted by: toomanyaborted
    Abortion isn't a me issue. It's not a you issue. It's not just a woman's issue. It's a human issue. And with over 51 million lives lost since 1973, it is a human crisis. African-American women abort their children at over 3x the rate of white women and 2x the rate of all other races combined. And all, the while, Planned Parenthood profits from the destruction. Find out more at
  • Paterson says criticism is racially motivated

    02/10/2010 12:49:23 PM PST · by Altura Ct. · 35 replies · 607+ views
    the Hill ^ | 2/10/2010 | Jordan Fabian
    In the midst of swirling rumors of a soon-to-be published bombshell story, New York Gov. David Paterson (D) said Wednesday that criticism of him has been motivated by his race. Paterson, who is black and blind, said on Imus in the Morning that he has been the subject of "outrageous rumors" the past two weeks centering around a supposedly damaging report to be published in the New York Times this week. "They're not really calling for different types of conduct and what I think is that I have been depicted in a way that has been racialized, sexualized, hyper-sexualized and...
  • African American Men for Planned Parenthood? Chappelle's Blind Black White Supremacist Lives!

    02/03/2010 4:03:55 PM PST · by mlizzy · 6 replies · 400+ views
    Fighting Irish Thomas ^ | 02-03-10 | Tom O'Toole
    Did Planned Parenthood choose two black men to promote their "only women should decide pregnancy issues" propaganda because the African American race has the highest percentage of families with absentee fathers? For why else would man want to abdicate the responsibility of a choice half his doing unless he planned on skipping out on the relationship? Ah, but that's RACISM you say ... but promoting the eugenics of Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger, who wanted to use abortion to eliminate the Negro race from America, isn't? Until African Americans wise up and realize that Sanger's vision, which was to promote...
  • Glenn Beck: African-American 'a bogus, PC, made-up term'; 'not a race'

    01/08/2010 8:41:29 AM PST · by presidio9 · 136 replies · 4,029+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | January 8th 2010 | Richard Huff
    Glenn Beck may have stepped in it again. Sort of. The radio host and Fox News Channel commentator has folks in a minor uproar for even questioning the term African-American on his syndicated radio show Thursday. “African-American is a bogus, PC, made-up term,” Beck said, in a discussion about the new Census forms. “That is not a race. Your ancestry is from Africa, and now you live in America. Okay, so you were brought over, either your family was brought over in the slave trade, or you were born here and your family immigrated here, or whatever. But that is...
  • Sins of the Founding Fathers

    11/18/2009 7:12:08 AM PST · by Walter Scott Hudson · 18 replies · 731+ views
    Fightin Words ^ | November 18, 2009 | Walter Scott Hudson
    When we hear Reverend Jeremiah Wright say “G-d damn American!” or listen to Van Jones demand we “give [Native Americans] the wealth,” we shake our heads and wonder how men could live in a free country and wish it less free. When I reflect on how my black father’s initiative, intelligence, and unflinching work ethic lifted our family out of a deteriorating Detroit suburb into a brighter future, I marvel at memories of him nevertheless lecturing me about “the white man” and my inherent racial disadvantage. When I speak to black friends or acquaintances, the vast majority are instinctively “progressive”...
  • Glenn Beck: You Magnificent B@#%ard

    11/14/2009 1:58:39 AM PST · by theanchoragedailyruse · 13 replies · 1,147+ views
    It's a Kwazy Life ^ | November 14, 2009 | Tom Lamb
    I had the chance to watch Glenn Beck's show today and I have to say and I am sure some on the left, under their breath are saying; Glenn Beck, you magnificent b@#*ard... For those who may have missed Beck's show, some of his show can be seen here.Today's show should be used as a boilerplate for the GOP to develop a conservative grassroots movement among conservative blacks who have the desire to enter politics. This isn't the only time Beck has nailed it on the problems that plague the GOP. When Beck had David Horowitz on his show, the...
  • House Race May Split Black Vote

    11/11/2009 10:37:15 PM PST · by taraytarah · 17 replies · 922+ views
    Politico ^ | 8/05/09 | Alex Isenstadt
    Illinois’s 7th Congressional District has long been represented by an African-American, but there’s now widespread worry in Chicago’s black community that that could soon change. With Democratic Rep. Danny Davis signaling he’s ready to step down from the House after seven terms to run for president of the Cook County Board next year, there’s a real possibility that a non-African-American candidate could win the seat. “I think there is always that concern,” said Richard Boykin, a former Davis chief of staff who is mentioned as a possible contender. “It’s a fear that a lot of people have.” “There’s great concern,”...
  • Eleven Members/Associates of Ummah Charged with Federal Violations...

    10/28/2009 4:56:02 PM PDT · by Cindy · 56 replies · 1,881+ views ^ | October 28, 2009 | n/a
    October 28, 2009 Note: The following text is a quote: Eleven Members/Associates of Ummah Charged with Federal Violations One Subject Fatally Shot During Arrest United States Attorney Terrence Berg, Eastern District of Michigan, Andrew G. Arena, Special Agent in Charge (SAC), Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI), Detroit, Michigan, and Police Chief Warren Evans, Detroit Police Department (DPD), Detroit, Michigan announced a federal complaint was unsealed today charging Luqman Ameen Abdullah, a.k.a.Christopher Thomas, and 10 others with conspiracy to commit several federal crimes, including theft from interstate shipments, mail fraud to obtain the proceeds of arson, illegal possession and sale of...
  • Internationally Known Black American Launches Campaign to End the Hyphenating of America.

    10/13/2009 5:14:24 AM PDT · by Lloyd Marcus · 17 replies · 1,001+ views ^ | Oct 12, 2009 | Lloyd Marcus
    Lloyd Marcus is a black conservative activist, national spokesperson, entertainer and singer/songwriter of the “American Tea Party Anthem”. Marcus announced publicly at a tea party that he will not refer to himself as an African American. “In this current climate of heighten racial tensions, rejecting hyphenating and simply calling myself an American is a step in the right direction towards my goal of uniting all Americans” says Marcus. Marcus is internationally known for his columns, music recordings and participation performing on political tours including the hugely successful Tea Party Express tour. Marcus says he is not alone in his opposition...
  • Full Text of Obama Speech at UN.

    09/23/2009 2:51:59 PM PDT · by weps4ret · 49 replies · 2,873+ views
    Politico ^ | 23 September 2009 | Barrack Obama
    REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY United Nations Headquarters New York, New York 10:10 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen, it is my honor to address you for the first time as the 44th President of the United States. (Applause.) I come before you humbled by the responsibility that the American people have placed upon me, mindful of the enormous challenges of our moment in history, and determined to act boldly and collectively on behalf of justice and prosperity at home and abroad. I have been...
  • Race Profiteers: The True Enemies of Black America

    08/06/2009 3:04:58 PM PDT · by Lloyd Marcus · 16 replies · 704+ views ^ | 08-04-09 | Lloyd Marcus
    In my youth, I lived a wild and crazy life; drugs, women and partying, basically 24/7. Scholarships permitted me to attend art college where I hung with hippies. While the hippies preached peace and love, most were extremely angry at America. There I was, a black student from the ghetto of east Baltimore, who could not figure out what these spoiled white kids from well to do families were so p-o-ed about. However, their philosophy was free love and drugs. So, I said, "Right on!" I grew weary of my lifestyle and asked God to help me. He did. I...
  • 'White African-American' Suing N.J. Med School for Discrimination

    05/13/2009 9:42:06 PM PDT · by Westlander · 28 replies · 1,552+ views
    ABCNEWS ^ | 5-13-2009 | SARAH NETTER
    Born and raised in Mozambique and now a naturalized U.S. citizen, Serodio, 45, has filed a lawsuit against a New Jersey medical school, claiming he was harassed and ultimately suspended for identifying himself during a class cultural exercise as a "white African-American."
  • Disney Accused of Racial Insensitivity Over First Animated Black Princess

    04/25/2009 1:29:54 PM PDT · by Joiseydude · 97 replies · 3,203+ views
    FoxNews ^ | Saturday, April 25, 2009
    The arrival of a black First Lady in the White House might have been greeted with celebration around the world, but the similarly historic debut of Walt Disney’s first black princess has not been received so warmly. The studio, known for its wholesome and predominantly white family values, has made several changes to its first African-American princess, Tiana, who will star in a new animated film this Christmas entitled "The Princess and the Frog," amid accusations of racial insensitivity.
  • Formerly Joyous, Black Voters Waver on Support for Paterson

    04/12/2009 7:54:20 PM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 29 replies · 1,052+ views
    New York Times ^ | April 12, 2009 | Nicholas Confessore
    ALBANY — When Gov. David A. Paterson met recently with a group of mostly black legislators, he got an earful. They wanted to know his strategy for recovering from his disastrous first year. They complained that their constituents were furious over Mr. Paterson’s cuts to hospitals and schools, and that his administration had failed to consult with them on important issues. It fell to the Rev. Al Sharpton, a Paterson confidant at the meeting, in late March, to make peace. Better communication was needed, Mr. Sharpton said, but he added that lawmakers should stand behind Mr. Paterson — especially now....
  • Oak Park couple travel far and wide to buy only from black-owned businesses

    03/09/2009 3:29:34 AM PDT · by GRRRRR · 72 replies · 2,534+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | 3/9/09 | Ted Gregory
    Maggie Anderson drives 14 miles to buy groceries, which might seem curious given that she lives in bustling Oak Park. She and her husband, John, patronize gas stations in Rockford and Phoenix, Ill. They travel 18 miles to a health food store in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood for vitamins, supplements and personal care products. The reason? They want to solve what they call "the crisis in the black commu- nity." They want to, as they say, "buy black." The Andersons, African-Americans who rose from humble means, are attempting to spend their money for one year exclusively with black-owned businesses and...
  • Coatesville arsons confront 'no-snitch' ethos

    02/14/2009 12:42:13 PM PST · by NittanyLion · 30 replies · 3,393+ views
    Phila Inquirer via ^ | February 14, 2009 | Kathleen Brady Shea
    For decades, an anti-snitching mentality has hampered law enforcement in Coatesville, but the code of silence may not be fireproof. The string of arsons plaguing the once-thriving steel town in Chester County - 44 fires set in the last 13 months - may be prompting some people to think twice about their reluctance to cooperate with authorities. [snip] Some residents, who declined to identify themselves, said not even the $20,000 in reward money from the Coatesville Arson Task Force would motivate them to cooperate with police. One older woman said that she believed her grandson had information, but proudly added...
  • Catholic Michael Steele (former seminarian) takes over leadership of RNC

    01/31/2009 5:53:09 AM PST · by NYer · 51 replies · 1,550+ views
    CNA ^ | January 30, 2009
    Michael Steele / Photo Credit: Rockville Central Washington DC, Jan 30, 2009 / 07:29 pm (CNA).- The Republican National Committee has chosen Michael Steele, a devout Catholic who is well-known for his charisma and strong work ethic, as its new chairman.Steele, who previously served as the lieutenant governor of Maryland, is the first black chairman of the Republican Party. He was selected after six rounds of voting with 91 votes out of a possible 168. Steele beat out Ken Blackwell, Ohio's former secretary of state, and Saul Anuzis, Michigan GOP chairman, to win the chairmanship. Some Republicans questioned Steele's conservative...
  • New Orleans breeds bold killers: half of murders occur in daytime

    01/25/2009 12:03:57 PM PST · by BBell · 57 replies · 1,706+ views
    Times Picayune ^ | January 24, 2009 | Laura Maggi, Brendan McCarthy and Brian Thevenot
    About half of last year's 179 murders in New Orleans occurred in daylight, with spikes at the lunch and dinner hours, a fact that officials and experts say underscores the brazen nature of the slayings -- and may indicate that many are executions. Ninety people were murdered between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., with 19 of them killed between noon and 1 p.m. -- more than any other hour of the day -- and 16 killed between 5 and 6 p.m.District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro said the daylight killings speak to a pervasive lack of respect for the justice system. "They...
  • At March, Black Pastor Warns Obama not to Preside over “Genocide” of American Blacks

    01/24/2009 4:35:52 AM PST · by GonzoII · 20 replies · 417+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | WASHINGTON, DC, January 23, 2009
    Friday January 23, 2009 At March, Black Pastor Warns Obama not to Preside over “Genocide” of American Blacks WASHINGTON, DC, January 23, 2009 ( – The most well received speech at the March for Life this year was that of an African American pastor from Frederick Maryland.  Pastor Luke Robinson began noting that the election of the first African American President of the United States was a fulfillment of “part” of the “Dream” of Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. Speaking of the inauguration of the “first black President” of the United States, Pastor Robinson explained: “So many African Americans...
  • A Dream Unfulfilled Roe v. Wade has played a big role in the devastation of blacks.

    01/22/2009 8:21:57 AM PST · by Wolf13 · 7 replies · 569+ views
    The Weekly Standrad ^ | 1-22-09 | Star Parker and Gary Bauer
    On Monday, January 19th, America commemorated the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. His dream of an equal America is in many ways personified in Barack Obama, whose inauguration as our first African-American president took place the following day. Obama's triumph is a monumental achievement for black Americans. It is also a watershed for America as a whole, a final repudiation of an era when black men and women were not afforded the inalienable rights endowed to all persons by God as expressed in the Declaration of Independence. But while Obama's ascendance to the White House has been almost uniformly...
  • Guest Opinion: Where do we go from here?

    01/18/2009 5:34:50 AM PST · by tcg · 3 replies · 340+ views
    Catholic Online ^ | 1/18/08 | Rev. Dr. Clenard Howard Childress, Jr.
    Martin Luther King was speaking at a church conference in Nashville Tennessee, he spoke across the decades these profoundly portentous words: "There must be the recognition of the sacredness of human personality. Deeply rooted in our political and religious heritage is the conviction that every man is an heir to a legacy of dignity and worth. Our Hebraic Christian tradition refers to this inherent dignity of man in the biblical term the image of God. This innate worth referred to in the phrase the image of God is universal, shared in equal portions by all men. There is no graded...
  • Leaders: President Elect, Stand for Life, Liberty, and Family

    01/06/2009 3:50:16 PM PST · by tcg · 8 replies · 351+ views
    A group of African Americans and other community leaders gathered in Atlanta today to discuss an agenda to be presented to President Elect Barack Obama regarding his first 100 days in office. The leaders agreed that African Americans who are celebrating the upcoming inauguration of President-Elect Barack Obama should carry a pro-family/pro-community agenda to Washington, DC. "African Americans, like many Americans are pro-life and uphold pro-creative marriage," said Alveda King, a spokesperson for the team. "As we see the dawn of a new year and a great milestone being passed, people across the country should let our new president know...
  • Blockade Expected For Burris In Washington (Illinois senior RAT Dick Durbin leads the pack)

    01/02/2009 3:15:17 PM PST · by Libloather · 64 replies · 1,598+ views
    CBS 2 Chicago ^ | 1/02/09
    Blockade Expected For Burris In WashingtonSenate Sergeant At Arms Says He Doesn't Expect Trouble Jan 2, 2009 1:55 pm US/Central CHICAGO (CBS) - Top Senate Democrats still say they intend to block Burris' appointment, and Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White has already refused to certify it, because of the criminal charges against Blagojevich. Even so, Burris says it is correct to address him as "Senator," because the governor has signed a letter of appointment, making his selection valid. **SNIP** William Walls of the Committee for a Better Chicago warns that, if Secretary of State Jesse White does not certify...
  • Mall Brawl Raising Safety Concerns At Mayfair (Milwaukee)

    12/30/2008 7:36:53 PM PST · by hercuroc · 63 replies · 2,988+ views
    WAUWATOSA, Wis. -- A brawl at the Mayfair Mall is causing people to raise questions about the ongoing security problems at the shopping center. Mall administrators have not commented on the incident. Police said that a fight broke out between two men outside the mall’s Wet Seal store on Friday. After some initial brawling, the fight spilled into the store and as many as eight more people joined the fray. Police said that the battle turned the store into a mess and all the combatants scattered. Mall surveillance cameras helped capture three of the people who allegedly took part; they...
  • African-American historian discusses Confederacy

    12/20/2008 5:52:49 PM PST · by Davy Buck · 29 replies · 1,304+ views
    Old Virginia Blog ^ | 12/14/2008 | Dennis Hill
    I see that the Curator of African-American & Community History for the North Carolina Museum of History, Mr. Earl Ijames, is back in the news. Mr. Ijames was recently the keynote speaker at a new Confederate monument dedication in North Carolina. A news story quotes Mr. Ijames as saying: "We need to present a more balanced history," he said, adding that the black Confederate soldier has been lost to history. "They never got recognized, but we are starting to change that," Ijames said.
  • Pro-life ad campaign to target MTV and BET viewers

    12/19/2008 10:59:00 AM PST · by GonzoII · 12 replies · 481+ views
    CatholicNewsAgency ^ | Roswell, GA, Dec 19, 2008
    During the first few months of 2009, will launch a second national crisis pregnancy ad campaign on MTV and BET. Its five-week trial run on the two network cable stations has already yielded nearly 22,000 requests for help from abortion-vulnerable women, resulting in saving the lives of 11,000 babies.
  • Q&A with Michael Steele, Candidate for RNC Chairman

    12/17/2008 11:39:03 AM PST · by GonzoII · 22 replies · 526+ views ^ | Tuesday, December 16, 2008 | Penny Starr
    CNSNews.comQ&A with Michael Steele, Candidate for RNC ChairmanTuesday, December 16, 2008 By Penny Starr, Senior Staff Writer Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, chairman of GOPAC, the Republican Party’s political action committee ( Penny Starr)  ( – Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele is already working to put Republicans in office as chairman of GOPAC, the party’s political action committee.   Now he hopes to take the helm of the Republican National Committee (RNC), a chairmanship he is vying for against as many as nine other party loyalists.   A self-described “pro-life Catholic,” Steele has been criticized for some remarks...
  • Angry White Female: Margaret Sanger's Race of Thoroughbreds

    12/07/2008 7:25:46 AM PST · by GonzoII · 71 replies · 2,598+ views ^ | June 24, 2001 | BENJAMIN J. WIKER
    Sanger's plans for genetic cleansing for the sake of "racial health" were racist as well. She was horrified by the fertility of the immigrant "Slavs, Latins [i.e., Italians], and Hebrews," ...As for the black population in the United States, Sanger "did not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population..."
  • University officer fired for criticizing homosexual politics files lawsuit

    12/03/2008 10:06:08 AM PST · by GonzoII · 15 replies · 715+ views
    CatholicNewsAgency ^ | Toledo, Dec 2, 2008
    Attorneys who filed the suit charged that the administrator was fired “for being a Christian...”
  • Blacks and the GOP: It's My Party, But I Don't Feel Part of It

    11/21/2008 10:42:18 PM PST · by BuckeyeTexan · 18 replies · 783+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 11/23/2008 | Sophia A. Nelson
    Election night was a bittersweet night for me. Like most Americans, and especially as an African American, I found it deeply moving to watch President-elect Barack Obama and his family -- soon to be our nation's first African American first family -- stride onstage for his victory speech. I welcome the positive role models they'll present to black families and the American public at large. {Snip} With those words Reeves expressed what many of us have felt over the years -- and felt again during the recent campaign as we listened to racially coded Republican ads and speeches aimed at...
  • Black Pro-Lifers’ Joy and Pain...

    11/17/2008 3:16:28 PM PST · by GonzoII · 2 replies · 357+ views
    NationalCatholicRegister ^ | 11-11-08 | BY TIM DRAKE
    News Black Pro-Lifers’ Joy and Pain Making History: Black Pro-Lifers Hail Historic Moment and Redouble Efforts BY TIM DRAKE Register Senior WriterNovember 16-22, 2008 Issue | Posted 11/11/08 at 8:20 AM   President-elect Barack Obama’s election Nov. 4 was historic in more ways than one. Not only does it represent the first time an African-American has been elected to the White House, but his running mate Joseph Biden’s election represents the first time that a Catholic will occupy the vice presidency. Black Americans feel the historical moment most keenly. Especially black pro-lifers. “It’s an incredibly historic moment for our...
  • an African American for McCain- right on.

    11/03/2008 7:41:46 AM PST · by UVA2010 · 13 replies · 396+ views
  • Why African-Americans are Voting for McCain-Palin

    10/28/2008 9:21:24 PM PDT · by BIOCHEMKY · 37 replies · 1,973+ views
    Various Sources (cited) | October 28, 2008 | Biochemky
    I took some time today to research the opinion of black conservatives in our nation because I for one am not buying the view of a severely racially divided America that the junior Senator from Illinois, Barack Obama, is so desperately peddling. Though few in number, the 10 +/-5 percent of black voters who will remain steadfast Republicans in the face of potentially tremendous cultural pressure in this historic election deserve to have their opinion heard. What follows is a series of opinions written by black conservative Americans who will be voting for McCain Palin in the Presidential Election of...
  • ZO is Voting For McCain/Palin -Video

    Why are African Americans condemned if they vote Republican? “Metro Detroit-born, Metro DC-based musician/producer Lorenzo Ferguson, An exceptionally talented multi-instrumentalist who claims the piano/keyboard as his primary instrument, a Musical Architect who utilizes all sound elements to form original compositions that fall under no single genre of music tells why he is voting Republican.
  • Barack Obama Revealed, A Dire Warning from an African American

    10/12/2008 6:56:50 PM PDT · by Fred Nerks · 78 replies · 3,412+ views ^ | Wed Oct 8, 2008 | JAZZMAN646
    I have been hoping I would never have to write this article. I hoped it would never get to this point, which would force me to openly speak out against the first African American to seriously have a chance to be elected President of the United States. But after reviewing all the Stanley Kurtz material on Barack Obama/Bill Ayers relationship, I've come to the conclusion Barack Obama is definitely under the influence of a radical ideology that is so dangerous, it could literally pose a danger to the very existence of the United States, especially when we have an economy...
  • Desperate Obama Will Revisit Race Issue

    08/28/2008 9:08:17 AM PDT · by thinkingIsPresuppositional · 5 replies · 135+ views
    Modern Conservative ^ | August 28, 2008 | William Owens, Jr.
    By William Owens, Jr. In a crisis situation, people without a North Star are reactive. Unable to proactively remedy a situation, they desperately fall back on old themes, old playbooks, and old mentalities that worked in the past. As John McCain continues to surge in the polls, a panicked Barack Obama will once again focus on the race issue. Obama’s race propelled the inexperienced State Senator to the national stage and sustained him through a bitter primary against a female Presidential Candidate. Once Obama became the presumptive nominee, empty rhetoric and platitudes of “hope” and “change” were only able...
  • Obama and the Black American Family Don’t Jibe

    08/19/2008 8:37:36 AM PDT · by thinkingIsPresuppositional · 16 replies · 339+ views
    Modern Conservative ^ | August 19, 2008 | William Owens
    Obama and the Black American Family DonÂ’t Jibe By William Owens If Black Americans honestly believe Barack Obama truly has the best interests of their families in mind, then Black Americans had better pay attention to Obama on paper and not merely on skin. Barack Obama has consistently shown his opposition to several key factors that protect the Black American family: On Gay Marriage: By a large margin, Black Americans widely oppose same-sex marriage. 67% of Black Americans favor a constitutional amendment that would define marriage between that of a man and a woman. A national survey by the Pew...
  • One Unique Republican Doctor’s Mission to Heal America is Also Just What’s Needed to Heal the GOP

    08/16/2008 7:59:57 PM PDT · by Yomin Postelnik · 18 replies · 135+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | 08/15/08 | Yomin Postelnik
    They are not natural politicians, but people from all walks of life who have a grounded understanding of the issues and propose well thought out and common sense solutions. One of them is significantly worthy of mention. He’s Dr. Marion Thorpe Jr., former Chief Medical Officer of the State of Florida. Dr. Thorpe is a community leader and finds himself in a rare seat that the GOP can realistically pick up (The district, while heavily Democratic and currently being served by Democratic Representative Alcee Hastings for 16 years , has a very low voter turn out. Recent migration of large...
  • A Marshall Plan for Reading

    08/13/2008 4:55:16 PM PDT · by ventanax5 · 10 replies · 173+ views
    During his six years as New York’s schools chancellor, Joel Klein has spent many a Sunday morning speaking from the pulpit of a black church about his efforts to reform the public school system and to help African-American kids get a better education. “We have to make education the civil rights issue of our time,” Klein asserted in a speech for Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in Memphis this year. “In America today, we have a racial achievement gap that is the shame of this great nation, and until we get right on education, we are not going to be...
  • Barack Obama's liberal policies are the enemy of black Americans

    08/12/2008 8:48:51 AM PDT · by thinkingIsPresuppositional · 12 replies · 172+ views
    Modern Conservative ^ | August 11, 2008 | William Owens, Jr.
    Barack Obama's liberal policies are the enemy of black Americans By William Owens, Jr. Barack Obama does not think too highly of Black America. Whether liberal puppet-masters in his campaign are prompting this or Obama, himself, lacks a real connection with the Black American struggle, one thing is clear: Barack Obama and his party do not want us to leave the oppressive plantation mindset that has exploited the Black vote for years. Obama is far more liberal than he is Black. His elitist views that Black Americans cannot succeed, contribute to society, or take care of our families without government...
  • The End of the Black American Narrative

    07/28/2008 7:43:20 AM PDT · by AreaMan · 12 replies · 278+ views
    The American Scholar ^ | 18 June 2008 | Charles Johnson
    The End of the Black American Narrative A new century calls for new stories grounded in the present, leaving behind the painful history of slavery and its consequencesBy Charles Johnson It is ambition enough to be employed as an under-labourer in clearing the ground a little, and removing some of the rubbish that lies in the way of knowledge.-John Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Back to the things themselves!-Edmund Husserl As a writer, philosopher, artist, and black American, I’ve devoted more than 40 years of my life to trying to understand and express intellectually and artistically different aspects of...
  • No Role Models for Black Youths

    07/05/2008 12:35:23 PM PDT · by Coffee200am · 25 replies · 122+ views
    Trinidad & Tobago Express ^ | 07.05.2008 | Prof Theodore Lewis
    The biggest consumers of rap music in the United States are not ghetto black youth, but rather, white youth of the suburbs. But quite different from black youth, white youth do not kill each other. They have immunity to murder. They use the music to posture as being deviant or rebellious, in their high school years. Then they play it in their dorms in university, and after graduation they simply grow out of it, as they seek to carve out wholesome lives in safe neighbourhoods. Black youth in the American ghetto chide their friends who show interest in mathematics as...
  • THE BRIDGE: Black Men Hate Black Women

    07/02/2008 1:08:52 PM PDT · by Coffee200am · 88 replies · 229+ views
    EURWEB ^ | 07.01.2008 | Darryl James
    *Now that I have your attention, you have to know that the title is far from the truth. At least it is for any sane person, but not for a growing number of Black women who are now using the R. Kelly acquittal to bolster their claim that Black men hate Black women. Before I deal with that, let me tell you a story. It was the mid-nineties and I was hanging out with Jermaine Dupri at the Santa Monica airport in California, where R & B group Jagged Edge was filming one of their videos. It was Summertime and...
  • The Poetry and Music of War

    06/16/2008 10:34:47 AM PDT · by thinkingIsPresuppositional · 13 replies · 48+ views
    Modern Conservative ^ | June 16, 2008 | Yervand Kochar
    The Poetry and Music of War By Yervand Kochar Being the first modern war, the American Civil War was, in a sense, the last romantic one. In spite of having highly distinct political and economic motivations, the war was essentially about something different. It was about a lifestyle changing, a whole Southern micro-civilization transforming. As a result, the spring of slavery, which was moving the Southern mechanism, popped out of the machine. Emotions suppressed, expressions silenced, flowed out of the plantation soil and the sound accompanying liberation was that of the first uniquely American music: the Negro spiritual. “Spirituals were...
  • McCain Makes an Ill-advised Attempt at Courting the African-American Vote

    06/07/2008 10:07:08 PM PDT · by sparkysdad · 13 replies · 53+ views
    Crazy Forum ^ | 6/7/08 | Antoine Fields
    "The move was seen by political pundits as a bold albeit misguided attempt to bolster his popularity amongst African-Americans, young voters, and elements of the criminal sub-culture — all groups with which he is trailing badly in the polls." Read more here: