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Celebrating Black History Month

In 1925, historian Carter Woodson started a movement to spend a week bringing awareness to the role of African Americans in our national history. His effort has grown tremendously since then, and for the past 38 years, we’ve set aside the month of February to study and honor how African Americans have contributed to our national culture and history. Our nation was founded on the idea that we are all created equal, which means that we all have the opportunity to pursue our dreams regardless of our race, our religion,

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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 »

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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
       

Black History Month and the Importance of S.B. Fuller

This is black history month. Earlier this week, at my church anniversary celebration, I talked about the most achieved and the wisest black leader in America in the last 100 years. I had the good fortune to have worked for Mr. S.B. Fuller for 17 years before his death in 1988. If black people would have followed Mr. Fuller's lead, we would not be languishing at the bottom of the economy in America today.   Read more »

at Feb 6, 2013 12:28 PM
       

"Blacks for Obama" Racially Segregates Voters - Affirmative Action in Supreme Court

During Black History Month, Obama released a new video announcing the launch of AFRICAN AMERICANS FOR OBAMA. (See video below.)

This is an attempt to segregate voters based on RACE instead of voters joining together in groups based on VALUES. Minorities actually tend to be conservative in their beliefs and they are waking up to the realization that Obama

at Feb 27, 2012 7:51 PM
       

"It is an Honor to be the Foods Stamp President..." Jesse Jackson Honors the Enslavement of American Citizens

Jesse Jackson has often been referred to as a "Poverty Pimp" because of his statements and actions that have brought more harm and suffering to minorities than perhaps any other person in modern society. The liberal policies he promotes are enslaving entire communities.   Read more »

at Feb 27, 2012 3:23 PM
       

Empower Texans: Joe Straus Attacks Conservatives: Raising Money to Defeat Republican James White

Joe Straus (Texas Speaker of House) is OPENLY launching an all-out attack to oust one of our most conservative State Representatives, James White. Straus is holding a fundraiser in Austin this week to raise money to defeat Republican Incumbent James White.

Also, Joe Straus Endorses Mitt Romney after Poll Shows Santorum has Commanding Lead in Texas.

I do not support James White based on the fact that he is one of the few Black Republican state leaders. I do not vote based on race. I support James White because he is one of our most Conservative State Representatives! White was already hurt in redistricting (along with many other conservatives who Straus did not like), and now Straus is openly campaigning against him.

at Feb 27, 2012 9:32 AM
       

(VIDEO, TRANSCRIPT) Allen West Delivers Fearless Black History Month Speech

Florida Congressman Allen West gave a fearless speech this morning to the House in commemoration of Black History Month, discussing the truth about Democratic racism. He explained that the Republican Party has always been the party of freedom and has been on the front line for equal rights and individual manifest destiny. Watch the video below. What a great speech!

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at Feb 17, 2012 5:02 PM
       

A Black Dallas Conservative Dares to Speak

On Saturday February 11th, participants in a leadership conference in Dallas attended by Nation of Islam spokespersons, local and national Korean-American leaders including the Korean Society of Dallas, NAACP officials, and representatives of black and Latino advocacy groups, discussed a South Dallas incident that happened on December 9th of last year. The incident, which sparked racial and ethnic tensions, involved a verbal altercation between a Korean gas station owner,

at Feb 16, 2012 5:05 PM
       

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