Reaching The Black Community: Anita MonCrief’s New Tea Party
Anita MonCrief, former ACORN employee, turned whistle blower, turned conservative political activist, turned American Majority spokeswoman has another new role: Tea Party founder. Anita along with Houston native Earl Johnson have created the Crispus Attucks Tea Party. Learn more here. Anita and Earl attended the True The Vote Summit sponsored by the King’s Street Patriots here in Houston, Texas. I got to speak to them | Read More »
The Water Tastes the Same
I grew up during the bleak days of segregation in America. Some of my earliest memories of reading were sounding out the terms “Whites seat from front. Coloreds seat from rear.” while boarding the bus as just a small child in Atlanta, Ga. I can recall vividly the separate entrances, seating and water fountains. In a recent interview, I was asked to describe these circumstances | Read More »
Conservatism And Identity Politics
The politics of grievance–it’s a liberal sport. The triumph of identity over character–it’s the liberal playbook. The power of P.C.–it’s how liberals limit speech, confine arguments and guilt people into silence. I hate it all. That President Obama talked about civility and then had Al Sharpton, notorious race hustler and false accuser and defamer into the people’s house, the White House, to watch the Super | Read More »
WaPo’s Richard Cohen Shows His Bias And His True (Racist) Colors In Palin Hit Piece
These days, the biased leftist slant of the media is more apparent than it has ever been. They are spinning madly, increasingly frantic with fear of those super scary Tea Partiers and oh-so-terrifying conservatives. And when you add Sarah Palin and race-based identity politics into the mix, it becomes a perfect storm of unabashed — and unbalanced — leftist water carrying. The Washington Post’s Richard | Read More »
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 »
No Need to Compromise – A message from Chuck DeVore
Last night I finished strong in a one hour debate with Tom Campbell and Carly Fiorina (to be broadcast Sunday morning — we’ll send you the media analysis when it comes in). But I wanted to take a moment to type out some of my thoughts on the day’s news and provide you with an update on my campaign. If you didn’t hear, Sarah Palin | 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?