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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis


4/10/12 Tonight on the Dark Side…it’s all racism all the time! Black Panthers, Jesse Jackson, John Derbyshire, Trayvon Martin. Join us at 10pm ET, 7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio.

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Democrat D.C. Councilman Barry: ‘We’ve got to do something about these Asians coming in’


Clearly not racism.. “We got to do something about these Asians coming in and opening up businesses and dirty shops,” Barry said. “They ought to go. I’m going to say that right now. But we need African-American businesspeople to be able to take their places, too.”

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The NAACP Is Racist


In yet another chapter in the Trayvon Martin saga, The Daily Caller reported on a letter that was sent to Seminole County, Fla. NAACP president Turner Clayton by a member of George Zimmerman’s family. “It’s time for you to end the race issue in this matter and call for cooler heads to prevail,” the letter reads. “If something happens to ...

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The Black Panthers: Sissy Boys Acting Like Tough Guys

It seems that whenever “Rev.” Al Sharpton and “Rev.” Jesse Jackson crawl out from under their rocks they bring this bunch of fools called the “New Black Panther Party” with them. What a bunch of clowns. Where did these chocolate crackers come up with the idea they are the “tough guys on the block”? They prance around with their billy ...

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How A Racist Calculates

Found this in a post that said Trayvon would still be alive, if “he was a white kid”.  If you comment, please do so respectfully.  No vulgarity and no racism. “This is not about black nor white, but of right and wrong. Had Trayvon Martin been a white kid walking home in the rain he would still be alive. That ...

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On Trayvon Martin

Over the last few days more and more people have been asking me to comment on the Trayvon Martin case.  I intentionally held back for a while. I wanted to wait for all the facts to come to light before I added my voice to the fray. We still don’t have all the facts, but unfortunately most people aren’t waiting ...

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Founding Father’s Rap “Mr. America”- by Powdered Zombies Racist?

H/T All American Blogger Powdered Zombies is none other than Steven Crowder and Chris Loesch, wearing powdered wigs and dressed up in the garb our Founding Fathers wore. Be sure to pay attention to the racist message at the 2:55 mark. I never would have known it was racist, but thanks to the liberal media, we now know…. this song ...

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The Sacred Cow of Racism

Honest discussions on issues of race are as scarce as hen’s teeth. Reporters and pundits are usually too afraid to speak on any issue that might be connected to race, unless it is to label someone a racist. Concerning racist language, I do not believe anyone should intentionally slander or use hurtful words against another race, culture, gender or person. ...

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The Real Racism in the American Political System

If you’re like me, you’re probably tired of being called a racist because you’re an evil conservative and you don’t like Barack Obama. Because obviously the only plausible reason for disliking Obama is because he’s black. It couldn’t possibly have anything to do with the fact that he’s a socialist and is intent on destroying the Constitution. And as the ...

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Reality Check: Racist Politicians

One of the hottest topics currently is the Ron Paul Newsletters. Whether you are a Ron Paul supporter or not, facts are facts, are they not? Is Ron Paul a racist? I do not know the man personally, so I cannot say he is or he isn’t. One thing is for certain: this video puts things in perspective. H/T Williams Tea ...

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Cain: Perhaps Able, but Doomed From the Start

This will be my obligatory Herman Cain post, and I’ll bid some of you farewell at the outset because you won’t like what I have to say. That’s fine, there’s a comment box down below or you can post it to Facebook or Twitter and slag me there. Herman Cain was a relative unknown on the national scene until bursting ...

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To Kill a Mockingbird – The Lynching of Herman Cain

Fifty one years after Harper Lee penned “To Kill a Mockingbird”, we are watching the same story played out in real life. Truth may be as strange as fiction after all. Harper Lee’s novel, set in Maycomb Alabama during the depression, tells the story of two children and the lessons they learned as their father, attorney Atticus Finch, defended an ...

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