Obama misses JFK’s scriptural moral issue with monochromatic Trayvon soul searchings

    A mixed race Trayvon Martin is killed by a mixed race, and so far uncharged, George Zimmerman, and We the People are admonished to search our souls since the deceased looks like President Obama’s imaginary son. Souls are searched. Souls in Florida impanel a grand jury to determine if sufficient evidence exists to bring charges against a broken nosed-Zimmerman for the homicide and a U.S. Justice Department investigation is commenced to | Read More »

    Democrat’s no longer differentiate between Good and Evil, but between Class and Race

     Throughout global history most countries were led by either dictators or monarchs. These leaders often imposed their will on the people using one of two similar methods. They divided and oppressed the people by creating class division or race derision, thus surrounding oneself with a core loyal base while intimidating and stifling the others. During the feudal era, Europe’s class system, designed by those in | Read More »

    Defining the GOP ‘reach out’ Blacks shouldn’t need

    Instead, Republicans need to reach out to all voters, regardless of race, and aggressively make the economic and, especially the moral case against Democrats and for the GOP. Since my 2000 conservative epiphany, after 18 years an activist and official of the Democratic Party, I have been adamant in encouraging my grand new party to reach out to Blacks and take the gloves off in defending | Read More »

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    Rule by Common cop-hating, job-killing, lying, lawless Rev. Wright acolytes

    I speak, of course, of President Barack Obama, his rapper and most leaders of the modern Democratic Party. Obama was present with Michelle at the White House performance of Rapper, Common, last week (the equivalent of Democrat Woodrow Wilson’s celebration of the Klan): He seems to have a thing about killing police. Common has written one “poem” in which he talks about carrying weapons to use against | Read More »

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    What’s Race Got To Do With It?

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    Breaking America: How the Democratic Party Seeks to Divide Us

    “I am an American First”. As someone who immigrated here at an early age and has seen the American Dream firsthand that phrase means a lot to me. It is one of the staples that has allowed this melting pot to become the greatest country in the history of the world. This phrase requires that we look past our differences and recognize what brings us | Read More »

    Black white-flight from Obamavilles

    The beginning of the end of  pathological Democratic Party separateness For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. – Luke 12:34 (ESV) Before Barack Hussein Obama, there was Lyndon Baines Johnson and 45 years of white guilt/race card-playing victimization monogamy.  In the third year after white folks purged the guilt and gave the first Hawaiian-born (and defended by $5 Million lawyers), mixed-race, | Read More »

    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 »

    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 »

    Look Over There: Old Spicey UK obsessed with US Black Power

    I’m following up to my diary entry from yesterday.  It seems a few more news outlets are having a look at the north Atlanta cities being targeted for being ‘too white.’  I again wonder how the media would respond to a black community being attacked in this way for its racial makeup.  Whether by design or choice, people tend to hang around people like themselves. | Read More »

    Government Busting – Liberal Style

    A sure sign of just how close to anarchy we’ve come is this new notion that ‘democracy’ or majority rule should be a sure way to know the will of the people.  Whoever shouts loudest, longest, hardest wins the day. The Founding Fathers knew how dangerous mob mentality can be; they’d seen in.  And so when they set out to devise government, they came up | 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 »

    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 »

    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 »


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