Category Archives: Elections

Will Blacks Be Included in Trump’s GOP?

In a National Review piece, one of my favorite political writers, Deroy Murdock, once commented that, “Republicans need not win the Black vote, or even a third of it. Securing 15 percent of the Black electorate severely erodes the stalwart-Democrat base. … Continue reading

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Should Conservatives Vote For Donald Trump?

On May 3, 2016, not long after Senator Ted Cruz suspended his presidential campaign, Donald Trump gave a speech that was likely chilling to Conservatives already devastated by Cruz’s defeat. In this speech —  that sounded as though it was … Continue reading

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Bernie and the “Free” Stuff

Sounds like a band, doesn’t it: Bernie and the Free Stuff? But, actually, those of us on the Right know that nothing is free. If I give you a present for your birthday, it’s free gift for you, but that … Continue reading

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Fact Check: Hillary, Champion of Women

Yesterday, while stumping in Ohio, Hillary Clinton “champion of women,” stated that her GOP rivals for the presidency of the United States hold “extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups, we expect that from … Continue reading

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Trump vs. The Mean Kids

  Full Disclosure: I don’t support Donald Trump. I do like him, though. I like him from my days as a fan of The Apprentice (the non-celebrity one), and I like how he battles his enemies, such as reading Lindsay … Continue reading

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Integrity in Voting

co-founded African-American Conservatives six years ago, because I was angry about something: the direction our country was going in. My husband and I would have many animated dinner table discussions with our children; yet I realized there had to be … Continue reading

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Feet To The Fire

Now that Republicans have achieved what Conservatives have waited six long drought-filled years for, will they capitalize on this golden opportunity, or will they squander it and make it business as usual in Washington? The President himself alluded to the … Continue reading

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Election 2016: Meet The New Boss

To quote The Who, “meet the new boss…same as the old boss.” Isn’t it odd that we seem to be seeing the same faces over and over again, running for office in our government? Especially when it comes to the … Continue reading

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Obama’s Third Term

“It is my contention that if Obama was at all concerned with the prospect of re-election, he would be forced to be less disdainful of the will of the American people. Perhaps not to the degree we would hope, but certainly less so than he is today. Continue reading

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Dave Brat’s Win and the Amnesty Debate

President Lyndon B. Johnson was no friend to Blacks.  Reports consistently point out that Johnson referred to them with the most racist ethnic slur that can possibly be directed at an African American, even when he was using the powers … Continue reading

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