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Speaking of Racism, Let’s Talk About the Congressional Black Caucus

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Recently another racist, Congressional Black Caucus Chairman G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.), began yapping about the “Stars and Bars”, a Confederate battle flag, being “offensive” to “African-Americans” and many more “fair-minded Americans”. Well, la di da, the terms “African-American” and “fair-minded Americans” offend me!!!!! I am offended by those who hyphenate themselves as though ancestry means more than citizen status of this ...

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The Washington Redskins and the Death of Federalism

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Federalism in America has seemingly reached the point of being nothing but a romantic daydream for quixotic political idealists. Neither states nor individuals, whose retention of rights beyond those enumerated in the Constitution are safeguarded by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, seem to have any interests that the federal government considers beyond its purview if there’s some altruistic crusade that ...

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Keep the Crazy Away from Sharp Objects & Sharp Comments

I’m strongly in favor of keeping the mentally ill away from firearms and I’m coming around to approving any policy that keeps crazy ‘journalists’ away from a keyboard, too. Case in point is Salon.com writer Arthur Chu. His rant titled “It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males” makes Alex Jones sound ...

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RightWingWatch Attacks Alan Keyes and Themselves

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RightWingWatch is a frothing-at-the-mouth liberal protectionist organization so it’s no suprise that they attacked Alan Keyes for his comments to Newsmax. It’s also no surprise that they stupidly proved his concerns in the same comment. Take, for example, Alan Keyes, who told Newsmax host Steve Malzberg yesterday that he does not believe that the shooting was racially motivated but was actually ...

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Populism, Racism and the Left

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Somehow, as seems to be the case with every tragedy that occurs in America, the tragic murder of nine people in South Carolina by a racist murderer has been hijacked for political gain. Any Republican who doesn’t publicly repudiate the Confederate flag as a symbol of segregation and oppression and call for its immediate removal from South Carolina government grounds ...

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Evidently, ‘Black America’ Doesn’t Get It

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One Baltimore protester exclaimed to FOX News’ Geraldo Rivera, “I want to tell White America to stop not giving a damn about Black people.” And there you have it in a nutshell, the underlying sentiment trying to be vocalized by a violent, frustrated Black urban demographic that has taken to the streets in cities areas across America. There is just ...

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Good Riddance to a Race-Baiting Divider

Eric Holder

Attorney General Eric Holder, the first Black man to be appointed as United States Attorney General, has resigned. Americans who suffered the slings and arrows of rising above the racial divide since – and before – the enactment of Civil Rights legislation are jubilant in his departure. Never before has an Attorney General belittled the American citizenry as Mr. Holder ...

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Yes, Mr. Holder, Words Matter

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In February of 2008, then-Senator Barack Obama spoke to a campaign rally crowd in Wisconsin and declared that “words matter.” In shaping the image that was the centerpiece of the “idea of Obama,” he ginned-up an air of intellectualism using the tactic of manipulating through emotion, a potent tool in the Progressive war chest. “Don’t tell me words don’t matter,” ...

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Liberals Would Rather See Blacks Dead Than Frisked

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For the life of me, I will never understand the Liberal mind, if I live to be 100 years old, I will never understand the moronic and illogical way the Liberal mind thinks. Recently in New York City a Liberal judge Shira Scheindlin declared stop and frisk unconstitutional. In the month after judge Shira Scheindlin’s decision that the police procedure ...

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Yes, AL, It’s All About the Color!

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For AL Sharpton, it’s all about color, not reality, just color. Al Sharpton commented on his show this week that there are no black people on the board of Apple, and that 30% of the largest corporations in America have no black people on their boards. He and the guest on his show went on to state that these corporations ...

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ZoNATION: The Black N.R.A.? More like the Fake N.R.-eh?

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Alfonzo Rachel and the member of his band, “20 lb sledge”, cut to the chase on yet another case of liberal racism. Isn’t it about time that conservatives stop letting that word, “racist”, have as much control as it does in society? Liberals use it all the time to silence conservatives, while engaging in real racism daily, enforcing segregation through ...

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Jabberwonky – August 25th

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When: Sunday, August 25th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Jabberwonky on Blog Talk Radio What: `Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. Whether it’s “down the rabbit hole”, or “through the looking glass”, the world of politics is often referred to in the lexicon given ...

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ZoNATION: False Concern: Missing the Racism Forest for the Trees

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There’s been quite a lot of talk about racism lately, and if you’re looking for a quick and honest assessment of how to recognize it, Alfonzo Rachel shows you here. And no, it’s not likely any liberals are going to like this one!

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PJTV: White People & the Curse of Racism

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Alfonzo Rachel lays it on the line, pointing out how white liberals continue to engage in delusional behavior when it comes to the true history of blacks and racism. Conservatives aren’t left out of this one either, because they are often guilty of ignoring the problem, instead of combating it.

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