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  • That It Was The Democrats, Not The Republicans Behind "Racism And Jim Crow"

    04/11/2013 6:29:07 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 22 replies ^ | April 11, 2013 | David Martosko
    'We'll have to see what the Howard students thought,' Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul shouted from an elevator Wednesday afternoon, answering MailOnline's question about whether his foray into winning the hearts and minds of black youths was successful. Paul, a Republican darling who is already laying the groundwork for a 2016 presidential run with a coming appearance in New Hampshire, had just wrapped up a two-hour appearance at the Howard University School of Business.
  • Cynthia Tucker: Voter Anger Is About Racism - 'Fear of a White Minority'

    Are you sick and tired of being called a racist because you don't agree with Barack Obama's policies? If you are, you shouldn't read any further, for Cynthia Tucker this weekend claimed the voter anger that threatens the Democrat majorities in the House and the Senate is all a function of racism.
  • It's time to play the race card

    04/27/2010 9:35:09 AM PDT · by big black dog · 9 replies · 806+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Wesley Pruden
    The Democratic National Committee released a video clip Monday of the president rousing his troops with what Politico, the Capitol Hill political paper, calls with artful euphemism, "unusual demographic frankness." The auguries for November do not look good, the president concedes, and he wants "young people, African-Americans, Latinos and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again." Many of these "surge" voters cast their first ballots in 2008 and then ignored pleas to turn out for gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia (or that famous Senate race in Massachusetts) and the Democrats took a licking....

    03/01/2010 5:55:57 PM PST · by Cindy · 19 replies · 630+ views ^ | February 26, 2010 | n/a
    Note: Old archived photo included. PHOTO CAPTION: "Early KKK rally in Florida. Photo courtesy of the National Archives." Note: The following text is a quote: THE FBI VERSUS THE KLAN Part 1: Let the Investigations Begin 02/26/10 Early KKK rally in Florida. Photo courtesy of the National Archives. Ninety-five years ago this month—in February 1915—the D.W. Griffith movie later titled The Birth of a Nation premiered in a Los Angeles theater. Though considered progressive in its technique and style, the film had a decidedly backwards plot that glorified a short-lived, post-Civil War white supremacist group called the Ku Klux Klan....
  • Black Children Are An Endangered Species

    02/12/2010 6:24:02 PM PST · by rdb3 · 29 replies · 1,057+ views
    Right Wing News ^ | 12 FEBRUARY 2010 | John Hawkins
    Black Children Are An Endangered Species  (Read WP posts from John Hawkins) | (Read MT posts from John Hawkins) In 1939 (Margaret) Sanger created the previously mentioned "Negro Project," which aimed to get blacks to adopt birth control. Through the Birth Control Federation, she hired black ministers (including the Reverend Adam Clayton Powell Sr.), doctors, and other leaders to help pare down the supposedly surplus black population. The project's racist intent is beyond doubt. "The mass of significant Negroes," read the project's report, "still breed carelessly and disastrously, with the result that the increase among that portion of the...
  • A Democratic party coup?

    06/06/2006 6:06:57 AM PDT · by NCSteve · 24 replies · 1,163+ views
    Town Hall ^ | June 6, 2006 | Bruce Bartlett
    In 1898, one of the most shameful episodes in American political history occurred. Today called a coup d'etat, it is the only known case in the United States in which a municipal government was overthrown by violence. On May 31, 2006, the state of North Carolina issued a report on this event, which took place in the city of Wilmington. The story begins in the aftermath of the Civil War. During Reconstruction, the federal government guaranteed voting rights for blacks in the South, most of whom became Republicans. This led to the election of many blacks and Republicans to federal...
  • Racism pervades U.S. politics

    10/12/2005 2:39:14 PM PDT · by Olydawg · 25 replies · 652+ views
    The Western Front ^ | October 11, 2005 | Mary Andom
    Republicans have a bad rep when it comes to racism — from Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott’s endorsement of racist former Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., to President George W. Bush’s slow response to Hurricane Katrina. Now conservative commentator William Bennett is adding fuel to the fire with his comments that aborting black babies will make the crime rate go down. Racism continues to be a divisive topic in America — one Republicans would like to ignore. Bennett, a former U.S. education secretary and national drug policy director under the Reagan administration, said on his nationally syndicated morning radio show Sept. 28,...
  • The Caller Rush Just Had On (vanity)

    09/09/2005 11:13:24 AM PDT · by rvoitier · 115 replies · 4,635+ views
    It's time to attack the Racism Industry
  • Simms a loser - Pennsylvania Dems ignore another Black Candidate

    03/03/2003 6:49:21 AM PST · by pittsburgh gop guy · 4 replies · 350+ views
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Monday, March 03, 2003 | James O'Toole, Post-Gazette Politics Editor
    <p>Lawyer Mark Patrick Flaherty easily defeated County Council President James Simms and four other candidates for Allegheny County controller yesterday as the Democratic Party organization voted on its choices for support in the looming primary campaign.</p> <p>While the victory margin for Flaherty, the son of a former county commissioner and appellate court judge, was decisive, that contest produced the sharpest note of controversy in daylong balloting that determined the party's slate for countywide offices, judgeships and seats on Pittsburgh City Council and Allegheny County Council.</p>