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He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

When: Wed, Aug 15, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/08/16/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

 Tonight: Special guests: Kemberlee Kaye, blogger for FreedomWorks. Twitter: @red_red_head and Stephen Green, blogger at VodkaPundit.com, editor for PJ Media. Twitter: @VodkaPundit

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

    When: Wed, Aug 8, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/08/09/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Susie Moore, lawyer and blogger at http://qwithaview.wordpress.com/. Twitter: @SmoosieQ and Larry O’Connor, Editor-In-Chief of Breitbart. TV and host of “The Stage Right Show.” Twitter: @LarryOConnor

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

                             When: Wed, August 1, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/08/02/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

 Tonight: Special guests: Tracy Henke, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for Americans For Prosperity. Twitter: @AFPhq. Sean Bielat, Congressional Candidate for MA District 4. www.seanforcongress.com. Twitter: @SeanBielat. Andrew Lawton, Editor-In-Chief of Landmark Report. Twitter: @AndrewLawton

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

 

 When: Wed, July 25, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

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What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into the mind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Ben Howe, Creative Director at Mister Smith Media and Contributor to RedState.com. Twitter: @BenHowe and Kira Davis, Actress, blogger and host of “The Dark Side with Kira Davis” on Conservative Daily News. Twitter: @kiradavis422

How the GOP Can Build An Effective Relationship With The Black Community

The historic election of Barack Obama was indeed an electrifying moment for the United States. The election of the first African-American President was a monumental step in racial equality and harmony. It was truly a sign that America is the land of opportunity and that regardless of race, people can succeed.
 Obama has not been the only African-American Democrat to capture the attention of blacks. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Charlie Rangel and others have become a beacon in the Democratic Party. The GOP has also seen an increase of influence in the black community with the election of US Congressman Allen West, Congressman Tim Scott from SC, education and pro-life advocate Star Parker, just to name a few. I want to discuss how the GOP can continue to move forward and establish a good relationship with the black community.

1.) The GOP must attempt to outreach to the black community. If the GOP will put forth the effort, African-Americans will listen. Blacks are not one-side minded people or a monogamous population. They are very diverse in thinking and living. Many blacks are frustrated with the GOP because they feel ignored. One of the ways the GOP can regroup and revitalize is to have “kitchen-table” talks with blacks, hear their ideas, and provide economic solutions that will go beyond rhetoric

2.) The GOP must realize that many blacks are socially conservative-minded. Family values are a huge concern and the central part of the African-American family. The culture of life is indeed sacred and valuable to the black community. With regards to the detrimental outcome of slavery and segregation policies regarding the lives of blacks, the African-American community deeply knows how precious life is. There must be a focus on the importance of highlighting the importance of how vital the father figure is in a child’s life and how the two-parent structure benefits blacks socially and economically.  Therefore, the culture of life reigns as an integral factor in many African-American lives.

3.) The GOP must have a sound economic message. Blacks for many years have been victims of economic disparity. They know how it is to work hard for minimum wages to provide food and shelter for their families. While The Obama Administration continues to expand government by massive spending and promote entitlement programs, the GOP must counteract with a message that is helpful—entitlement programs do not create jobs or accumulate wealth Capitalism is a sure way of making sure the poor and middle class and be elevated into a higher income bracket. Many African-Americans believe that they can achieve their goals and pursue their dreams without the government interfering. For so long, governments have made promises that have turned up being empty. The GOP must proclaim it’s message of fiscal conservatism to the black community, so that their children and grandchildren do not have to spend their lives paying off the government’s debt, but can pursue the American dream joyfully

4.) The GOP should not attempt to do outreach in an election year cycle only. African-Americans and minorities in general, find it highly offensive when politicians try to reach out to them months before an election. Showing up right before an election appears phony and simply “staged.” The GOP should not be afraid to go in the ghettos and the inner cities to outreach. The time for simply allowing the Democratic party to take advantage of the black vote is over. The GOP needs to take a visit to black America and let its presence be known. They need to make their presence known on black radio, black television, magazines, etc. They should not be dominated by fear or anxiety, but be confident, optimistic and sincere. Like I previously said, African-Americans are not one-side minded people. They like to hear the issue being portrayed from different sources. Just because many voted for Obama does not mean they will not hold him accountable come November. African-Americans are looking for results instead of rhetoric. The GOP should provide solutions and answers, not condemnation or meaningless criticism, because it will not prevail.

Last, but certainly not least, the African-American community needs to give the GOP a chance. It is a good thing to see an African-American President AND opposing views from African-Americans in the conservative movement. This is good for the black community. It is healthy and constructive to have a dialogue with varying differences and beliefs that can help brighten the approach to public policy. It gives the black community two perspectives to look at. It gives them another voice to adhere to. It enables them to see that economic solutions can be given through another source. The African-American community should not be resistant to the GOP, but should convey with the GOP their concerns and ideas. To the GOP: get involved with the African-American community. I cannot reiterate this enough.  Don’t expect things to change overnight, but put forth the effort to build a relationship. To African-Americans: if and when the GOP comes into your neighborhood, hear them out.

 

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

                                                    When: Wed, July 18, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/05/31/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into the mind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Michelle Malkin: author, blogger, Fox News Contributor and founder of Twitchy.com. Twitter: @michellemalkin, Kathleen McKinley: Political Blogger for The Houston Chronicle. Twitter: @KatMcKinley. and Stacy Mott: Co-founder of Smart Girl Politics. Twitter: @Stacy_Mott

The Left’s False Claim of Suppression From Voter ID Laws

On Monday, Benjamin Jealous, president of the NAACP, decided to confront the issue of Voter ID. Unfortunately, he embraced the left’s absurd ideology that it is voter suppression and an assault on the rights of minorities. He likened the movement of opposition to Voter ID laws to the Civil Right Movements with his reference to “Salem and Montgomery times”.

This rhetoric is nothing but divisive. I’m sure Mr. Jealous invoked this resemblance to create an emotional response to a momentous time in history. What he neglected to inform the oldest civil rights organization in the nation is that voter id prohibits voter fraud, which currently serves as the biggest hindrance to voting, (itself a sacred honor in this country that came via sacrifices and battles). It’s time to rebuke the racial oratory that compels people to think that voter id is a race-driven agenda. Efforts to combat voter fraud are not meant to suppress minorities, or any ethnic group for that matter.

What needs to be rejected is the notion that minorities are too simple-minded or naïve to get a government-issued ID. The liberal left claims they are defending minorities, but they are really insulting people’s intelligence. They imply that minorities are incapable of completing a small task like obtaining ID. I find it ironic that many liberals claim they are pro-choice when it comes to women making their own decisions about abortion, but then suggest that those same women might not be smart enough to make the right choice about getting an ID, which is needed to do just about anything these days.

Those who labored in the Civil Rights phenomena would be insulted by these partisan attacks. Voter ID is not designed to benefit a Republican or Democrat individual. It is for the American people. It transcends political ideology and demands that a fair election process be made for the general public.

The issue of racism was elevated to an higher level when embattled Attorney General Eric Holder addressed the NAACP. During his speech he compared voter ID to poll taxes. “Many of those without IDs would have to travel great distances to get them, and some would struggle to pay for the documents they might need to obtain them. We call those poll taxes.” Ironically, a photo ID was required to attend Holder’s speech. The hypocritical stance of the left is amusing and yet sad to witness because it shows a continuing disconnect from reality.

The Left is turning the push for voter ID laws into a mechanism of class warfare. They are willing to ignore abuse instead of implementing safe and secure checks against fraud. The reason why they continue to sing the known chorus of racial bigotry is because they fear that minorities and seniors will turn a deaf ear to liberal policies and that their influence among these voting groups will diminish.

Liberal opposition to voter ID has nothing to do with concern for minorities. It’s about power and dominion. If the left was so concerned about voter oppression, they would be advocating pro-growth economic policies instead of baseless racial rhetoric that seeks to divide Americans.

The NAACP, Attorney General Eric Holder and any other organization or individual who stands against voter ID laws are making a mockery of our election process. It’s not complicated. You are either an ambassador for fairness and justice in voting or you tolerate corruption for the sake of political power.

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

 

When: Wed, July 11, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/05/31/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into the mind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Amelia Hamilton, Author of “One Nation Under God: A Book For Little Patriots”. Twitter: @Amelia and Justen Charters, Co-Founder of Resist 44. Twitter: @JustenCharters

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

When: Wed, June 27, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/05/31/he-said-she-said

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Christy Setzer, President of New Heights Communication and former Press Secretary to Gov. Howard Dean and Sen. Christopher Dodd (twitter: @christyNHC) and Mary Chastain, Columnist for Breitbart.com, editor/writer for Misfit Politics and expert on “Fast & Furious” (twitter: @marychastain)

The Delusional Deception of ObamaCare

The repetitive harmonious theme from Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008 was “hope” and “change”. Two hundred days into the new administration, change had occurred, but there had been little, if any hope at all. It started with a stimulus bill that did very little to revive a frail and sinking economy and a bailout of automobile industry’s that came at the expense of taxpayer’s money. Then came the massive push by the White House and a Democrat-controlled Congress to overhaul the nation’s health care system, at the expense of an angry outcry of many Americans that was heard across our vast country. The simple fact is that people are not thrilled with the government interfering with their lives, especially with their health care.

This coming Thursday, the Supreme Court is set to make a ruling on whether ObamaCare, especially the individual mandate that is at the heart and center of it, is unconstitutional. Let’s take a look back previously at the thoughts of the Americans concerning this before the bill was passed.

In July of 2009, a Time magazine poll found that 55 percent of Americans rated their health care system as “only fair” or “poor.” Six-in-ten had a negative view of private health insurance companies’ job performance. But 86 percent of Americans still said, when asked, that they were satisfied with their own health care plan. One month earlier, an ABC News/Washington Post health care poll found that six-in-ten respondents backed reform and even the creation of a government-funded entity that would offer health insurance to the uninsured.

But the same poll also found that about eight-in-ten Americans are, again, satisfied with the quality of their care and their insurance. Fifty-five percent of Americans even expressed satisfaction with the personal costs related to health care (including 61 percent of the insured). Kaiser Family Foundation polls in 2008 and 2006 echoed the same perspective. Because Americans do not want government dictating the decisions they make, they were highly determined to make their petition known to President Obama and Congress.

This was evident through recent town hall meetings and other venues that contributed to the dialogue of the health care overhaul. There were some individuals like then Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA) who called people that stood in opposition of the President’s policies “not representative of America” and Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) who claimed that “well dressed protestors are out to harm our President.” Government’s ignorance and incompetence has left them disconnected with the American people. They have failed to realize that the only supporting voices for this socialistic overhaul are the liberal comrades that abide in Congress and the White House.

Let’s take a look at a few of the delusional ways this health care reform is being portrayed.

1.) President Obama Promises Americans Can Keep Their Current Health Care Coverage. “You know, the interesting thing is we’ve actually been very clear on what we want. I’ve said I want to make sure if you have health care you are going to keep it…” (PBS’s “The Newshour With Jim Lehrer,” 7/20/09)

FACT: Analysis Shows Over 88 Million People To Lose Current Insurance Under Government Health Care Takeover. “Under current law, there will be about 158.1 million people who are covered under an employer plan as workers, dependents or early retirees in 2011. If the act were fully implemented in that year, about 88.1 million workers would shift from private employer insurance to the public plan.” (John Shelis, Vice President, Lewin Group, “Analysis Of The July 15 Draft Of The American Affordable Health Choices Act Of 2009,” 7/17/09)

2.) President Obama Pledges Americans Can Keep Their Doctor. “If you like your plan and you like your doctor, you won’t have to do a thing. You keep your plan. You keep your doctor…We’re not going to mess with it.” (President Barack Obama, Remarks At White House Press Conference, The White House, 6/23/09)

FACT: Mayo Clinic Says Government-Run Health Care Will Force Doctors To Drop Patients. Lawmakers are on track to approve across-the-board federal payment reductions of $155 billion over 10 years for hospitals … Mayo and similar health systems object to the sweeping cuts. ‘Across-the-board cuts will be harmful to everyone and we think it is particularly bad to penalize the high-value organizations,’ said Jeff Korsmo, executive director of the Mayo Clinic Health Policy Center. ‘We will have to violate our values in order to stay in business and reduce our access to government patients.’” (Phil Galewitz, “‘Model’ Health Systems Press Case For Medicare Fix In Reform,” Kaiser Health News, 7/20/09)

3.) President Obama Promises No Additional Taxes On Middle Class. “What I’ve said is, and I have stuck to this point, I don’t want to see additional tax burdens on people making $250,000 a year or less.” (NBC’s “Today Show,” 7/21/09)

FACT: Democrats’ Plan Imposes 2.5% Tax On Uninsured Individuals. “The penalty assessed on people who would be subject to the mandate but did not obtain insurance would equal 2.5 percent of the difference between their adjusted gross income (modified to include tax-exempt interest and certain other sources of income) and the tax filing threshold …” (Douglas W. Elmendorf, “Preliminary Analysis Of The Insurance Coverage Specifications Provided By The House Tri-Committee Group,” Letter To Chairman Rangel, 7/17/09)

The outrage had continued when the White House emailed its supporters telling them to report anyone who is advertising “fishy” tales about health care reform. That was obviously code language to report anyone who disagrees with their stance. . The health care reform passed the Senate by a vote of 60-39 and the house by a vote of 219-212. Many states and individuals have filed lawsuits against this monstrosity challenging the constitutionality of it and claiming that it infringes on individual liberties and freedoms. . With an almost bankrupt economy, high unemployment rates, lack of job growth, and soaring deficits, this administration has added to this mountain of government intrusion and carelessness with this bill.

Will you believe the delusional deceptions of Obamacare or will you hold the government accountable? The Supreme Court has heard the voices of the American people. As of today, over half the United States opposes this. President Obama may hail this as a domestic accomplishment but the majority of Americans view this as a jobs-killer and a threat to freedom.

This thursday, we will see if freedom prevails or if government bureaucracy will be the victor.

Just How “Presidential” Is Barack Obama?

As President Obama embarks upon his quest for re-election, one must evaluate exactly how “presidential” he has been in his first term. I am going to attempt to compare him to just a few of our nation’s past inhabitants of the Oval Office.

Let’s begin with Lyndon Baines Johnson and a quick glance at The Great Society. Its primary purposes were to implement social reforms that sought to eliminate the captivity of poverty and unchain the shackles of racial injustice. In all actuality, it was a clever political mechanism installed to keep minorities voting Democrat in every election. Liberal supporters argued that this benefited the poor and less fortunate by assisting their needs. But the opposite was true: it made sure the poor and minorities were unable to circumvent their problems, elevate their class status and be productive in the workforce, and ensured that they were enslaved to the dependency of government.

Barack Obama epitomizes LBJ in the way of promoting big government and class warfare. The two biggest examples from the current administrate are the stimulus bill and what is affectionately known as “Obamacare.” Instead of allowing the free markets to take their course, Obama decided that government was the solution to creating jobs. He was wrong. Unemployment remains high and Obamacare is a monstrosity that intrudes on individual liberties and freedoms, and violates the Constitution with the individual mandate. Jason Stanford of The Huffington Post shows the parallel between Johnson and Obama, particularly regarding gay marriage. He compares Obama’s support of gay marriage as changing the political landscape just as when LBJ supported the Civil Rights Acts.

However, the truth of the matter is that LBJ was a southern segregationist and he realized that his support for civil rights would be appealing to the minority sector. Obama’s support for gay marriage came at the helm of wavering and dwindling support from the black community. Like LBJ, Obama made a political maneuver that was expedient and beneficial for the short-term, if at all.

The next President of comparison is Jimmy Carter. Michael Francis of The Examiner took a look into the Carter-Obama parallel. He points out that both Presidents were insufficient in dealing with the energy crisis. Carter did not know how to deal with OPEC and Obama has failed to allow for offshore drilling. The rejection of the Keystone Pipeline is another mindboggling example of how Obama not only rejected an opportunity for jobs to be created, but also clinged to the idea of depending on international sources for oil.

Both presidents saw a spike in gas prices due to incoherent energy policies that weakened the private sector. They also witnessed tax hikes on energy companies. It must also be pointed out that both Obama and Carter had financiers that were indebted with corruption: Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) was Carter’sthreshold of deceit and dishonesty and Solyndra has become not only Obama’s burden, but a travesty at the sake of the taxpayers.

The final comparison is the infamous Richard Nixon. President Obama recently invoked and inserted executive privilege in the “Fast and Furious” case, notoriously known as the case in which the U.S. Justice Department allowed the smuggling of nearly 2,000 firearms into the country of Mexico. This “gun-walking” program resulted in the death of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in December of 2010.

Attorney General Eric Holder has refused to comply with Congress in their request for all of the documents in relation to Fast and Furious. A congressional committee decided to hold the top legal representative of the United States in contempt of Congress. President Obama, who originally claimed to be unaware of the operation, decided to exercise his power in applying executive privilege. This has sparked curiosity and raised questions from several House Oversight Committee members. “He’s either part of it or he’s not,” said Rep. Trey Gowdy, Republican lawmaker from South Carolina.

Richard Nixon inserted executive privilege in the Watergate scandal, and he resigned from office 15 days later.  Nixon’s involvement in Watergate revealed lies and deceit.

Will Obama’s involvement reveal the same? Does Obama have something to hide from the American people?

While Operation Fast and Furious can be compared to Watergate as far as being an escalated government scandal, one thing is vital to the discussion: There was not a body count in Watergate, unlike Fast and Furious.

So for those wondering if Obama is “presidential”, sure he is. However, being in the company of the afore mentioned presidents doesn’t exactly put him in the most elite category.

He Said, She Said with Demetrius and Stacy

When: Wed, June 20, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests: Breitbart Contributor and activist Brandon Darby (@brandondarby) and Political humorist Kurt Schlichter (Twitter: @KurtSchlichter)

He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

When: Wed, June 13, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Special guests are Kristina Ribali, Director of New Media for FreedomWorks. Twitter: @KristinaRibali. Brandon Darby, Conservative Activist and Breitbart.com Contributor. Twitter: @brandondarby

Obama Administration Comes Under Fire in Revelations of HealthCare Discussions

During the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama promised that his administration would bring transparency back into the forefront of the federal government. This promise seemed to have come up short relatively early.

It was in 2009, the first full year of Barack Obama’s term, that the White House decided to have closed-door meetings and sessions in regards to health care legislation.

The Republican leadership within the House Energy and Commerce Committee released several emails that showed that the pharmaceutical industry and the heath care lobbying sector were in constant contact with The White House.

Here is an email sample of the May 2009 dialogue that occurred between lobbyists and The White House:

From: Rick Smith:

Thursday, May 14. 2009 11:53 PM Bryant Hall: Mimi Simooeaux Kneuer

To: Subject: re: Urgent- Read this-holy cow… Pear and IHP articles

Yup. which is the key point and where I’m going to try stay focused. And between this fiasco and the Republican leadership letter, not clear this group maintains current plan of operation. That said, WH will be in full damage control mode, whicl1 I assume will mean go on the assault, so like I said, buckle up.

– Original Message~ — From: Bryant Hall TQ: Rick Smith: Mimi Simoneau,” Knauer Sent: Thu May 14 23:46:32 2009 Subject: Re: Urgent-Read this-holy cow…. Pear and IHP articles

Perfect time to cut our deal w the White House as this is swirling.

Jennifer Haberkorn, a reporter for POLITICO, which is no bastion for conservatism and more left-leaning, takes a lead on these negotiations. “In one email exchange obtained by the committee, a pharmaceutical executive said that then-White House spokesman Robert Gibbs had suggested he would publicly call out PhRMA if it didn’t sign to the deal. Another exchange says the White House threatened to use the president’s radio address to call for rebates for prescription drugs in all of Medicare Part D, a proposition the drug industry strongly opposed.

Neil Munro from The Daily Caller explains the thoughts of GOP legislators from The Hill. ”The important question to answer is what did the White House get in return for the deal”, said the May 16 memo. Apparently the White House refused to engage or cooperate with any investigation procedures requested from House investigators.

As expected, the White House fought back against the allegations and dismissed them as bogus and a created distraction and delusion. Alicia Mundy from the Wall Street Journal quotes White House spokesman Eric Schultz as labeling the email release “a nakedly political, taxpayer-funded crusade to hurt the president’s re-election campaign.” Schultz goes on to make the case that the administration will save the American taxpayers $80 billion worth on the costs of drugs.

The health care legislation, famously dubbed as “ObamaCare”, has been widely unpopular and faced with much resistance. Several polls indicate that many Americans favor a repeal of some parts, if not all, of the controversial legislation. One of the most unpopular elements of the legislation is the individual mandate, which is deemed by many to be unconstitutional and an infringement of individuals rights and liberties.

The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on ObamaCare relatively soon. Their decision not only will affect the outcome of the legislation, but will also put the administration in a complex situation in how it will justify the legislation as a domestic achievement of President Obama.

“He Said, She Said” with Demetrius Minor & Stacy Washington. Special guests: Steven Crowder & AlfonZo Rachel

When: Wednesday, June 6, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific

Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio

What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy brings you an inner peek into the mind of the conservative: bold, full strength, and unfiltered.

Tonight: Conservative comedians Steven Crowder & AlfonZo Rachel will be tonight’s guests