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On Tuesday night’s African American Conservatives’ radio show, our #MarieRants segment was a doozy. I took on Planned Parenthood’s co-opting of the #BlackLivesMatter meme post-Ferguson in an epic smackdown of the largest threat to unborn Black lives.
s always, as goeth the Progressives, so goes the African American leadership. It is not unusual these days to find some prominent African American academic, politician, or pundit condemning Israel for her recent actions against Hamas in Gaza. CNN commentator … Continue reading
t is an historical irony that African American conservatives have become such a minority within the Black community today. Modern American Conservatives is arguably as rooted in the antebellum African American community as it is in the Coolidge 1920s or … Continue reading
s a Conservative reader of Conservative blogs I can tell you that there are many dangers to which Conservatives would like to alert you. There is the danger of the national deficit, which has reached $17 trillion dollars. There is … Continue reading
his has been a good time to be a conservative. The aftermath of the acquittal of George Zimmerman for killing Trayvon Martin has not only elevated Zimmerman to cult hero status, it has also freed Conservatives to express their fear … Continue reading
African-American Conservatives Co-Founder, Marie Stroughter, was quoted on CNN Live today, regarding parenting in the aftermath of the Zimmerman trial verdict.
t is about race. Without race, there is no explanation for the Martin tragedy, or the reaction to it. I admit my initial reaction to Martin’s death was based on race – at least in a sense. As an African-American … Continue reading
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