Bill White and His Fellow Race-Baiting Democrats
The true colors of the modern Democrat Party are shining through, but not so brightly. On Tuesday, Bill White, the Democrat candidate for Texas Governor and challenger to 3 time incumbent Republican, Rick Perry, said to an audience of black leaders in the Dallas area, “We need a governor who’s a servant, as opposed to Rick Perry, who wants to be treated as master.” So, | Read More »
Divvying Us Up By Race – Native Hawaiian Style
Chief Justice John Roberts once famously quipped, “it’s a sordid business, this divvying us up by race.” He did so in the context of the Supreme Court case LULAC v. Perry, and the application of the Voting Rights Act to carve up Congressional districts in Texas based heavily on racial composition – in which phrases like “majority-minority districts,” and “candidates of choice” are the operative | Read More »
Holder DOJ: Whites Will Only Vote for Blacks If They Are Democrats
“But the Voting Rights Act has, sadly, become little more than a tool for political hacks to hide behind race in a quest to promote liberal ideology and the Democrat Party.” In the convoluted world of the Voting Rights Act, about which Chief Justice Roberts famously said, “It is a sordid business, this divvying up by race…” (see LULAC v. Perry, 548 U.S. 399 (2006)), | Read More »
Question of the Day for Soto – Will She Answer?
Today, Senator Cornyn asks the question of Judge Sotomayor to which an increasing number of Americans seem to be interested in knowing the answer… what with her recent slap-down by the Supreme Court and her past comments on the issue of race. What say you, Judge Sotomayor? Sen. Cornyn’s Daily Question for Judge Sotomayor Question 15: Thursday, July 2, 2009 Is the Constitution color-blind?