Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Frederick Douglass Foundation Condemns Installation of Common Core

The Frederick Douglass Foundation “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property … Continue reading

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Bigotry Isn’t a Conservative Value

“Mr. Lincoln, I wish you were here…” Hank Williams Jr. was right. But its not just the Republic that’s changed. The Party has as well. The Party of Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Dr. King has turned into a party that … Continue reading

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J.C. Watts Says GOP Diversity Initiative Needs Teeth

Former GOP congressman has big problem with Republican Party’s Black outreach efforts. By LaToya Bowlah Posted: 06/10/2013 Diagnosed as lacking resemblance to the changing face of America, many prescriptions have been made to the Republican Party after its crippling defeat … Continue reading

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MALCOLM X: “You’re A Political Chump!”

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Southern Baptists Condemn Boy Scouts’ ‘Ungodly’ Policy on Gays

   Fred Luter Jr., President of the Southern  Baptist Convention, and senior pastor of the Franklin Ave. Baptist Church in New  Orleans speaks to members on June 12 in Houston. The Southern Baptist Convention on Wednesday voted to voice  opposition … Continue reading

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Blacks Are Fed Up with Obama; It’s about Time!

Crystal Wright An increasing number of blacks appear to finally be getting angry with Obama.  It’s just too bad it took four years and voting for Obama a second time for blacks to realize the president doesn’t care about their … Continue reading

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Panhandle voters elect Mike Hill to Florida House

June 12, 2013 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -Staking out conservative positions in a Republican-dominated district, Pensacola insurance agent Mike Hill cruised to victory Tuesday in a special election to replace the late Rep. Clay Ford. Hill collected nearly 58 percent of the … Continue reading

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