Category Archives: GOP/RNC

Election 2016: Bigger Than Two People

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12, ESV) This election is not … Continue reading

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A Trump Presidency Is The Best Option for African Americans

To the surprise of very many, Donald Trump is actually doing great with African American voters. Of course “great” is a relative term. Mr. Trump is no threat to win a majority or even a plurality of the Black vote. … Continue reading

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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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Allen West Snubbed by #RNCinCLE

Last night I learned that Conservative firebrand and icon, Allen West, has not been invited to speak at #RNCinCLE. This information comes directly from LTC West himself. He further stated that not only was he not approached about speaking at … 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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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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In Memorium: Dr. Timothy F. Johnson

It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my friend and colleague, Dr. Timothy F. Johnson. Tim was founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation, an organization for which I proudly served as Communications Director for California’s state … 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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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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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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