Category Archives: GOP/RNC

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 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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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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Marie Stroughter – 5 Things I Loved About Ann Romney’s Speech

African-American Conservatives Co-Founder, Marie Stroughter, is one of the newest contributors to the iVoices and iVote projects at iVillage. Her article and accompanying video were featured on the site, and linked here for your enjoyment! Please head over there and … Continue reading

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Black Conservative Candidates for 2012

In response to readers who have asked us, we are sharing The Frederick Douglass Foundation’s comprehensive list of Black GOP candidates running during this election cycle. Several of these candidates have appeared on our radio show. Get to know the … Continue reading

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Newt Gingrich at CRP – the CA GOP Conference

Newt Gingrich was the only presidential candidate to make an appearance at the California Republican Party conference (CRP) this weekend in Burlingame, CA. With introductions by Michael Reagan, Herman Cain, and Callista Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House refuted … Continue reading

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Ron Paul and the 5 Stages of Scandal

Allen West – a man who, having served over 20 years in the military, and is now currently serving as one of the most outspoken voices of Conservatism in Congress, has certainly seen his share of enemy fire – said … Continue reading

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Fundraiser for Congressman Allen West

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Yesterday, two of African-American Conservatives’ co-founders, Sebastian & Marie Stroughter, were privileged to attend a private fundraiser for Congressman Allen West. Representative West was honored with a reception hosted by The Frederick Douglass Foundation of CA, an organization for which … Continue reading

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Should Michael Steele Be Re-Elected as RNC Chair?

You don’t have to cast a very wide net in and around the blogosphere to find that most conservatives bristle at the charge made that we disagree with President Obama based upon his skin color. It’s an absurd notion, yet … Continue reading

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