Tag Archives: blacks

Herman Cain: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information Herman Cain was born Cain was born on December 13, 1945 in Memphis, Tennessee, to Lenora and Luther Cain, Jr. His mother was a cleaner and his father was a janitor, a barber, and a chauffeur. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with “his loving parents, and little else.” Family Married to Gloria, and they have two grown… Read More »

The Legacy of Margaret Sanger: A Black Holocaust

Background         Margaret Sanger (1879-1966, though her birth year is sometimes listed as 1883) has gone down in history as a worker for women’s health rights.  Her mother birthed 11 children suffering with the birth of each new child. Margaret became a nurse and worked with the poor on the Lower East Side of… Read More »

A Treatise: The REAL Legacy of Racism in America

Over at Townhall.com  editor Erika Johnsen asks  this question: What possible motivations could liberals have for subverting this into a racial issue? [VIDEO] Nancy Pelosi on Par with Sheila Jackson Lee: Why This President? My initial reaction to that question was an emotional….ARE YOU KIDDIN’?, so I allowed my systolic to abate some and continue… Read More »

Racism In America

August 28, 1963 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech to a massive crowd of two hundred thousand plus people. The crowd was made up of many different races of people, not just black, not just white. On that day, people gathered and… Read More »