Monthly Archives: January 2012

NAACP opposes popular vote-FDF supports it

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This May, North Carolina will give the people of this State the opportunity to consider an amendment upholding traditional marriage. But the NAACP wants it struck from the ballot. NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous claims same-sex “marriage” is today’s battleground … Continue reading

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House GOP Names 10 New Incumbents to Protect

By Joshua Miller Roll Call Staff Jan. 31, 2012, Midnight Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call National Republican Congressional Committee Deputy Chairman Greg Walden predicts that the House GOP’s incumbency-protection program will frustrate “Democrats vying to return Nancy Pelosi as Speaker.” The … Continue reading

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Homosexuality – All Men Are Not Created Equal

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By Wayne Perryman January 29, 2012 Apparently our Founding Fathers believed that there was a God, and that it was He who created this world. So they wrote that: “All men are created equal.” Although their intentions in making this … Continue reading

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Chicago’s School-to-Prison Pipeline

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Black students can be arrested for throwing spitballs or cursing at a teacher.  Twenty percent (20%) of juvenile arrest in Chicago take place on school grounds, with Black males disproportionalely arrested.   ‘Policing Chicago Schools': Report Suggests In-School Officers Put Teens On … Continue reading

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NAACP leader says country’s eyes are on NC

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By: Tom Breen | Associated Press Published: January 28, 2012 Updated: January 28, 2012 – 1:26 PM DURHAM, N.C. –                                         OPPOSES THE     The largest annual gathering of left-leaning and civil rights groups in North Carolina … Continue reading

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First Black Conservative Summit Generates Compelling Debate

By Juanita Poe More than 50 people from across the state attended the first Georgia Black Conservative Summit Thursday. Some of the panelists and guests at the first Georgia Black Conservative Summit Thurs., Jan. 26, 2012, at the Georgia Capitol, … Continue reading

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US Attorney General Says Black People Less Capable to Get Photo ID

Monday for Martin Luther King Jr Day, US Attorney General Eric Holder spoke with NAACP leaders on the steps of the statehouse in South Carolina. Holder took the opportunity to tell the audience that he intends to fight against any … Continue reading

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