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History in the Making for the Republican Party of Texas

Republican Party of Texas - After receiving the great news that our Republican statewide candidates split or won the Hispanic American and Asian American vote this year, we have good news to report regarding our engagement efforts in the African American community. Historically, the African American vote leans heavily towards the Democrat side, and while that statement is still true today,

at Nov 20, 2014 5:06 PM

Pastor John Lawson on People, Problems, and Progress

At Saturday's gospel musical, I explained how Black people have to learn to vote for a candidate that will benefit them the most, not just a candidate who happens to be black. We must take a critical look at every candidate!

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at Jun 25, 2014 12:24 PM

Black Rep. James White Criticizes Holder and GOP Rep. Sensenbrenner for implying that Texas Restricts Minority Voting Rights

State Representative James White has sent a letter to Republican Congressman James (Jim) Sensenbrenner blasting Sensenbrenner and Eric Holder, and demanding that they stop messing with the 10th Amendment rights of Texas.

Rep. James White, a Texas Tea Party Conservative, knows quite a bit about the voting rights of minorities in Texas because, well, he is a minority in Texas.

Specifically, Rep. White chastized Republican Rep. Sensenbrenner for saying it is okay to put Texas under the unfair preclearance microscope of the Voting Rights Act, while at the same time, 

at Aug 16, 2013 11:53 AM

Elbert Guillory: “Why I Am a Republican”

Elbert Lee Guillory is the state senator for Louisiana District 24.

Senator Guillory recently announced he had decided to change from the Democrat party to the Republican party.

Watch and listen as he explains why he made the move that will undoubtably be demonized by the Congressional Black Caucus and other blacks still on the Dem plantation.   Read more »

at Jun 23, 2013 9:00 AM

Civil Rights Industry on Transforming White People

Former welfare recipient John H. Johnson, president and founder of Johnson Publications (Ebony and Jet Magazine) wrote in the 1975 September issue of Ebony referring to Mr. S.B. Fuller. He declared, "We are here to say to a prophet in his own time and in his own community" and that we "have been touched and transformed by [his] life, and we are profoundly grateful." In the same Ebony

at Mar 6, 2013 3:09 PM

Celebrating Political Diversity During Black History Month Meet Author and Blogger Karen Watson

Black History month in America was designed to remember the important events, history and contributions of blacks in America. The author’s goal is to be sure that the accomplishments and bravery of some conservative blacks are included in the celebration.

Meet Karen Watson, author of Being Black and Republican in the Age of Obama, and founder of GOPBuzz, a website and blog committed to offering information about

at Feb 28, 2013 5:00 PM

Celebrating Political Diversity During Black History Month: Meet Scott Turner

This is the second in a short series of articles designed to offer balance in our celebration of black history month, by honoring a few black conservatives who are making a difference.

Meet Scott Turner, a first term Republican Texas State Representative, representing District 33 which encompasses all of Rockwall and parts of Collin counties. I interviewed Scott over this past weekend, to hear about life in Texas’ 83rd legislative session, and to find out more about this soft-spoken, confident yet humble, successful man.   Read more »

at Feb 28, 2013 9:06 AM

Celebrating Political Diversity During Black History Month

Before Black History month in America ends, and in light of the fact that so much of the 2013 celebration honors left-wing African-Americans, this short series of articles offers praise for some truly brave Americans---black Republican and conservative leaders.

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at Feb 27, 2013 5:13 PM

Truth is the Weapon We Must Utilize in Order to Change This Voting Pattern

During this last election in south Dallas, where black people generally vote over 90% for the Democratic party, I thought that the truth should be spoken in these uncertain terms. A different but strong conversation must be engaged in. These videos are an attempt to change the viewpoint of the people. Truth is the weapon we must utilize in order to change this voting pattern.   Read more »

at Jan 28, 2013 3:06 PM

Chocolate-covered Pretzels

It can be argued that one of the most important and treasured cultural aspects in the Black community is our faith. We are overwhelmingly Christian. The church has played a key role in our cultural and spiritual development almost from the time our ancestors were first dragged here in chains. At times, God and His church were all Black Americans had to cling to in the darkest oppressions. Even as we have moved from segregation to freedom we have always held fast to the tenants of God’s Word, and as a result we are largely socially conservative as a group.   Read more »

at Dec 27, 2012 5:57 PM


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