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  • Black conservative author, Tea Party advocate wants Al Sharpton fired
    Black conservative author, Tea Party advocate wants Al Sharpton fired
    Respected black author, conservative, radio personality, founder of the “Black Sphere”, and Tea Party advocate, Kevin Jackson spoke with Breitbart News political analyst Matt Boyle that liberals have “succumb to the idea of color...
  • Asthma rates in cities not higher than in rural, suburban areas
    Study: Income, race most influence childhood asthma rates -- not where you live
    For decades, experts have believed that children living in cities were more likely to have asthma than children in suburban or rural areas. But a new study indicates that factors other than location – such as income and race – may play...
  • MLK
    How Martin Luther King, Jr. helped Americans of all colors
    As he’s remembered on today’s national holiday, most Americans will reflect on what Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. did to improve the social circumstances of African Americans. But King’s goals for equality weren’t restricted...
  • Martin Luther King Day
    Today, King would march to overcome Democrats' LBJ-Obama-Crow laws
    Thanks to the Baptist preacher whose life we celebrate on today's national holiday, America overcame racist Jim Crow laws that prevented millions of Blacks from voting, otherwise exercising their civil rights under the Constitution and from...
  • The leaning, smiling elephant
    The leaning, smiling elephant
    Ours is a divided community. You might think that a discussion about a divided community is about race, but it is not. My zip-code is 98% one race. I'm not going to say which race, because that does not matter. What is relevant to this article...
  • No Republican racism in plain sight
    Enough Juan Williams! No Republcan Party racial politics in sight
    Given Juan's own Enoughbook bemoaning Jackson and Sharpton-style victimology, no way he can believe what he has written concerning alleged "racial politics in plain sight" exercised by Republicans in the last election. It used to be...
  • 'Glee's' Naya Rivera announces she doesn't shower daily, that's such a "white people thing"
    Naya Rivera showering habits by race theory: Washed up online as 'ill-informed'
    Naya Rivera, one of the stars of the hit show "Glee," doesn't shower every day and she believes that the different races have different showering habits. Rivera thinks that "white people shower a lot more than ethnics," she...
  • America is Failing
    America is Failing
    Not everyone will agree, but America is failing and is headed toward irrelevance. One could argue that the country is actually improving by some standards. If that’s the case, it’s the standards that should be questioned.There is one...
  • Interactive map
    Black advocacy group Color of Change unveils new KilledByCops interactive map
    Are you one of those upstanding citizenswho just can't get enough of protesting? Are you sick and tired of watching the evil copswantonly gun down young men of color and then walkthanks to a rigged criminal justice system? Whether your goal is...
  • Scalise speaks to the news media on Capitol Hill
    Democrats suddenly fine with 'guilt-by-association'‏
    The New York Times reported on Tuesday that Democrats have officially begun trying to capitalize on the Steve Scalise scandal. According to the article, the national press secretary for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Joshua...
  • Mychal Massie: ‘What if whites strike back?’
    Mychal Massie: ‘What if whites strike back?’
    While a black protestor threatened to set a news-anchor on fire along with threatening the news-anchor with assault at a LA protest, Mychal Massie, an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry and founder and president...
  • Protests Stop Traffic
    2014 - A Lesson of Race, Bias, Prejudice and The Role of Social Media.
    2014 could seem like 1964 at times. Race rioting, looting, and public displays of hatred erupted throughout the year. Political responses were charged with emotions as each event unfolded. The United States rediscovered that race and prejudice...
  • De Blasio no MLK
    De Blasio is no Martin Luther King and New York City ain't Selma
    And yet, in a 70% White nation, that elected a Black president with more White votes than Gore or Clinton received, and a city where the police department is so disproportionately non-White that a prima facie case for reverse discrimination could...
  • The 3-Stooges of race relations
    What's next...an embassy in ISIS-land or New York?
    This was the week that was...Cuba's communist leaders must be ecstatic — and a little stunned — over the deal they just got from President Barack Obama, because it rewards them handsomely for bad behavior and requires ZERO in...
  • Aaron McNamara
    'Pro slavery' cop resigns after calling for the extermination of all blacks
    Since the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August, the tension between African Americans and law enforcement has reached a fever pitch. Over the weekend, two NYPD officers were fatally shot by an African American man,...