Category Archives: Elections

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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Hillary Clinton’s Money

Let’s set aside the stink of Benghazi that still clings to her almost two years later, but can someone tell me, with our debt over $17.5 trillion, how we could even breathe Hillary Clinton’s name in the same sentence as … Continue reading

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An Evening with Rand Paul

In my last few blog posts, I’ve shared with our readers how I’ve struggled to articulate all I felt about November’s election. Of all the emotions I went through, from shock, disappointment…and a bit of anger, I think the overarching … Continue reading

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Race and Republicans

I was honored to speak today on Arise.tv about the role of African-Americans in the Republican party. There’s only so much you can say in seconds-long sound bites, particularly when many charges are being leveled at you with machine gun … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Election 2012: This World is Not My Home

Those who know me well know I am rarely silent about anything! However, the events of the last two weeks have temporarily rendered me speechless. Not because I don’t have anything to say — I do, and plenty of it … Continue reading

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Marie Stroughter – Mitt Romney’s Presidential Air in 3rd Debate

African-American Conservatives Co-Founder, Marie Stroughter, sums up the last of the Presidential debates for the iVote section at iVillage.

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Marie Stroughter at Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally – October 20, 2012

African-American Conservatives Co-Founder, Marie Stroughter, speaks at the Stand Up For Religious Freedom rally in San Francisco on Saturday, October 20, 2012:

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View From the Right: Last Night’s Vice-Presidential Debate

Marie’s assessment of last night’s first and only Vice-Presidential debate, written for iVillage is now live! Chime in! (NOTE: Though normally I don’t refer to people by last name only, the piece has been edited for length, thus no disrespect … Continue reading

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