Skip to comments.History shows Republicans have improved civil rights
Posted on 07/21/2010 11:50:04 AM PDT by 1pitech
First is the assumption that it is unfashionable for African-Americans, or anyone for that matter, to break from the liberal mantra that all good things come from the Democratic Party. Second, and equally unpopular, is the illumination of numerous pivotal points in history when republicans, not democrats, created opportunities for minorities to ascend to positions of justly earned greatness.Note: People can comment directly to article without putting their name or registering by clicking the (Site Comment) spot at the bottom right of the page.
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The Civil Rights Act of 1957 was voted against by JFK.
To my mind, civil rights means equal rights. We in no way practice equal rights, we practice special rights. If we wish to practice equal rights, we first have to start treating everyone the same. Try flat tax and merit scholarships absent a color identifier and we might start seeing what real civil rights look like. Spare me the pretentious BS.
I hate to be a spoil sport but the inacuract claim that Bush appointed the first Af Am to the Supreme court hurt the authors cred.
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