Monthly Archives: April 2012

Republican Challenge With Blacks and Hispanics

By Star Parker Apr 09, 2012 National Journal’s Ron Brownstein provided an eye opening reminder in a column last week about the impact of changing ethnic demographics on America’s political landscape. The flashing red light of Brownstein’s message is pointed … Continue reading

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2012 URBAN CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE – April 21, 2012

Saturday, April 21, 2012 **Agenda Subject to Change** http://www.choosingthefuture.org/confirmed-speakers.html 8:00 am Conference Registration Opens 9:00 am Opening Remarks & Pledge of Allegiance Shirley Husar, CEO of Urban Game Changer, Urban Conservative Activist and Communities Washington Times Contributor 9:15 am Liberal … Continue reading

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Why marriage is best defined for America as union between one man, one woman

Photo: www.truthonhealth.org Wednesday, April 4, 2012 – Truth Be Told by Carla Garrison Carla Garrison WASHINGTON, April 4, 2012 — North Carolina is the only remaining southern state that has not explicitly defined marriage in its constitution as a union … Continue reading

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Black Boys in Detroit School Stage Walk Out to Protest Their Bad Education

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By NICK CHILES Something remarkable happened in Detroit this past week: dozens of students at the all-male Frederick Douglass Academy walked out of school together to protest the depressingly bad education that they have been receiving at this public school. … Continue reading

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Socialist Party of America Releases The Names of 70 Democrat Members Of Congress Who Are Members Of Their Caucus

by Admin on December 18, 2011 in Democrat Socialists of America, Progressivism with 43 Comments MA Socialist Party of America Caucus “This should come as a surprise to absolutely no one. The radical Marxist-progressives (communists) took control of the democrat … Continue reading

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Where’s the Outrage over the Black Family Breakdown?

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Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a sociologist and later U.S. Senator wrote The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (the 1965 Moynihan Report) which focused on the deep roots of black poverty in America.  I’ve avoided writing … Continue reading

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Could You Really Be #Trayvon?

The criticism and character assassination of Trayvon Martin are coming from those that can only identify with George Zimmerman’s side of the gun. People wonder why Americans focus on the expanding nuances and implications of race in the Trayvon Martin … Continue reading

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