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  • Why Donald Trump Scares The "L" Out Of Liberal Media ...

    05/28/2017 11:19:23 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 15 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 05/28/17 | Dave Merrick
    Ultraliberal Hollywood and all of 'LIBERAL MEDIA' hate and are deathly afraid of Donald Trump It was Bob Dylan who put together the phrase, “... Money doesn’t talk, it SWEARS.” And that is about the first level up from the bottom-line reason behind most of the problems we have in the world today. At least, the reason for bulldozer-powerful LIES mowing down what is left of today’s rapidly disintegrating civilization. In 1984, I watched a disintegrating Democratic Party turn itself completely over to the dark side when Jesse Jackson introduced his ‘Rainbow Coalition’. The DNC at that point became the...
  • Professors forcing students to support a political cause; not just unconstitutional, it's criminal

    06/23/2013 8:57:28 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 16 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 6/23/13 | Emma Karlin
    The next time we hear about a conservative college professor forcing his/her students to support a political position will be the first time such news comes to us. Pulling stunts like that is the province of the Left. Like most people of the Left, college professors are cowards and bullies who will do anything to force Americans to support their causes. Leftist college professors have created a “hostile” environment in our college classrooms. From first-hand experience I know this has been the case for at least forty years. Being one of only three straights (of 25 students) in a cynically...
  • DFU SONG: Rainbow Connection (Jesse Jackson gay harassment lawsuit)

    04/14/2011 11:03:15 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 5 replies
    DFU news of the day in song ^ | 4-14-11 | Lyrics, Doug from Upland
    MIDI - RAINBOW CONNECTION Why are there so many scandals with Jackson They just never seem to end Tommy R. Bennet has a big bombshell lawsuit We're smiling, we will not pretend He's telling all about Jesse's behavior The reverend's a slimeball, indeed We'll learn more of the Rainbow Coalition The shakedowns, the sex, and the greed Bennet's LBGT and works for Obama He cites propositioning Jesse had asked him for a sexual favor Oh, that makes our hearts sing He's telling all about Jesse's behavior The reverend's a slimeball, indeed We'll learn more of the Rainbow Coalition The...
  • Census: Hispanics surpass blacks in most US metros

    04/14/2011 11:44:50 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 63 replies
    Associated Press ^ | April 14, 2011 | HOPE YEN
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hispanics now outnumber African-Americans for the first time in most U.S. metropolitan areas, shifting the political and racial dynamics in cities once dominated by whites and blacks. Census figures released Thursday highlight the growing diversity of the nation's 366 metro areas, which were home to a record 83.7 percent share of the U.S. population.
  • Carly Fiorina praises Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Coalition (CA RINO candidate for U.S. Senate)

    01/22/2010 12:14:13 AM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 10 replies · 541+ views
    YouTube ^ | 21 January 2010
    California Women Lead's 2010 Legislative and Statewide Women Candidates Reception, Sacramento, January 20, 2010 Audio via YouTube
  • The Great Black - Hispanic Split

    01/23/2008 8:12:46 PM PST · by BnBlFlag · 56 replies · 204+ views
    The New York Post ^ | The New York Post | Steven Malanga
    THE GREAT BLACK-HISPANIC SPLIT IT GOES FAR BEYOND CLINTON VS. OBAMA By STEVEN MALANGA Jackson: Long term, couldn't ease blacks' fears on immigration. January 22, 2008 -- FIERCE fighting over the minority vote may be the real surprise of the '08 Democratic race, with many blacks gravitating to Sen. Barack Obama and Hispanics to Sen. Hillary Clinton. But this split isn't just about these candidates; it's been a long time coming. The tensions have many sources, but the one few analysts
  • The Rainbow Coalition Evaporates

    01/23/2008 12:04:37 PM PST · by Lorianne · 50 replies · 189+ views
    City Journal ^ | Steven Malanga
    Black anger grows as illegal immigrants transform urban neighborhoods. Terry Anderson is angry. From his KRLA-AM radio perch in Los Angeles, the black talk-show host thunders, “I have gone on the streets and talked to people at random here in the black community, and they all ask me the same question: ‘Why are our politicians and leaders letting this happen?’ ” What’s got Anderson—motto: “If You Ain’t Mad, You Ain’t Payin’ Attention”—so worked up isn’t the Jena Six or nooses on Columbia University doorknobs; it’s the illegal immigrants who allegedly murdered three Newark college students last August. And when he...
  • Racism's ugly face

    02/12/2006 8:27:14 AM PST · by hourglass · 33 replies · 1,328+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune Review ^ | 2/12/2006 | The Pittsburgh Tribune Review
    Rainbow Coalition racism By Tribune-Review Something to consider, though. The superheros of the black movement -- Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton -- are noticeably absent when a black Republican is attacked. They have no problem donning their race-card capes when a liberal black is attacked. But they had a hard time finding Maryland on the map when New York Sen. Chuck Schumer's henchmen did an illegal credit check on Michael Steele. Where was their outrage? Their circus-like news conferences?
  • End of the Rainbow

    12/14/2005 5:05:00 PM PST · by rmlew · 20 replies · 822+ views
    The American Conservative ^ | December 19, 2005 | Roger D. McGrath
    South Central Los Angeles ushers in a new era of racial tension—this time between blacks and Hispanics. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition has a ways to go in Los Angeles, where Mexicans and blacks are killing each other at record rates. The action is particularly hot in South Central Los Angeles and in nearby Compton, two areas that have undergone a dramatic shift during the last two decades from virtually all black to half or more Hispanic. Most of the schools in these areas are now majority Latino, something I could not possibly have imagined when I was in high school...
  • Race Card Poker (the only way to win is not to play)

    09/25/2005 9:50:23 AM PDT · by Prime Choice · 15 replies · 1,058+ views
    Sacred Cow Burgers ^ | 09/25/2005 | Sacred Cow Burgers
  • Unruly new neighbors

    05/23/2005 5:54:59 AM PDT · by Fido969 · 10 replies · 994+ views
    Portland Press Herald ^ | May 23, 2005 | KELLEY BOUCHARD
    Monday, May 23, 2005 Unruly new neighbors By KELLEY BOUCHARD, Portland Press Herald Writer Copyright © 2005 Blethen Maine Newspapers Inc. E-mail this story to a friend Staff photo by Gordon Chibroski Ivana Iankoulov strolls with her 5-month-old grandson, Christian, near her Frederic Street home. She says she had to wait in her car for 15 minutes one night because several Logan Place residents were on her front steps and she was afraid to enter her home. Staff photo by Gordon Chibroski Mark Swann, director of Preble Street, the agency that oversees Logan Place in Portland, says residents' criminal records...
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Exploited, Not Celebrated

    01/17/2005 6:49:32 PM PST · by carolinacrazy · 7 replies · 332+ views ^ | 1/17/2005 | Blake Elliott
    On a day meant to celebrate a great man and his legacy, all Americans should be grateful. We should all be grateful for our freedom, for our quality of life, for our neighbors, and for this entire country we call home. Yet every year new outcries of inequality and hatred arise on this day. What a shame for Dr. King’s legacy.
  • King would have supported gay 'marriage,' (Commie) ex-aide says

    01/13/2005 10:18:41 PM PST · by kattracks · 24 replies · 1,309+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 1/14/05 | Robert Stacy McCain
    Martin Luther King Jr. would have supported same-sex "marriage," a former aide to the slain civil rights leader said last night at an event sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution's Anacostia Museum.     Speaking of King's "Christian commitment to a socially conscious democracy," former Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) activist Jack O'Dell asked, "Why would he exclude people because of their sexual preference?"     The homosexual rights movement is "another dimension of the struggle for human rights," Mr. O'Dell said at an annual observance of King's birth, held at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. He described as "unconscionable" the November...
  • Jesse Jackson plays politics with poverty

    11/20/2004 12:33:46 PM PST · by wagglebee · 22 replies · 750+ views
    The Illinois Leader ^ | 11/18/04 | Scott Thomas
    In his recent op-ed column in the Chicago Sun Times, Rev. Jesse Jackson claimed, “Republicans have no monopoly on religion or faith”. I agree. No social ideology has a “monopoly” on religion or faith. No political party can claim to be the voice of God. Rev. Jackson, you’re absolutely right. He goes on to make a point that, during the presidency of George W. Bush, “poverty...including childhood up.” To tell you the truth, I don’t know if he’s right, or not on this. He didn’t site any statistics. He didn’t quote any figures. He just said, “under this president,...
  • The Michigan factor

    10/24/2004 6:09:05 AM PDT · by ride the whirlwind · 68 replies · 1,819+ views
    NY Daily News, ^ | October 24, 2004
    Forget Florida. And Ohio. And Pennsylvania. The next President of the United States may well be elected in Michigan. In 2000, Al Gore carried the Wolverine State by more than 200,000 votes. This year's conventional wisdom has conceded it to John Kerry. Two weeks ago, Democratic operatives began telling reporters that Michigan was in the bag. They were wrong. Last Thursday, a poll in the Detroit News put President Bush ahead in Michigan by 4 points. A Knight-Ridder survey showed the race is a virtual tie. This came as a shock to the Kerry camp, which has concentrated its efforts...
  • WSJ: Mad in Motown -- Segregation won't help Detroit

    10/01/2004 5:56:38 AM PDT · by OESY · 13 replies · 829+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | October 1, 2004 | Editorial
    Motor City Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is right to be distancing himself from a City Council proposal to create a racially exclusive business district in Detroit to help black entrepreneurs. Not only would the plan, dubbed African Town, heighten racial tensions unnecessarily. It could also exacerbate the very problem it aims to solve. The insidious premise of this economic development plan, which was approved last week in a 7-to-2 vote overriding Mr. Kilpatrick's earlier veto, is that immigrants from Latin America, Asia and the Middle East are "stealing" jobs and resources from native blacks. But for the presence of these foreigners,...
  • Jackson Joins Kerry Campaign As Adviser

    09/29/2004 8:35:44 AM PDT · by nypokerface · 183 replies · 4,775+ views
    AP ^ | 09/29/04
    WASHINGTON - Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson joined the campaign of Sen. John Kerry on Wednesday as a poll showed support for the presidential candidate slipping among black Americans, a critical Democratic constituency. The Pew Research Center said Tuesday its latest poll showed 73 percent of blacks supporting Kerry compared to 12 percent supporting President Bush. In 2000, Al Gore won 90 percent of the black vote. Democratic groups have aired campaign ads criticizing Republican efforts to woo black voters. The Kerry campaign said Jackson, who will serve as a senior adviser, will travel to battleground states to energize Democratic...
  • Protesters turn on Jesse Jackson during rally

    11/29/2003 12:16:39 PM PST · by Plainsman · 31 replies · 288+ views ^ | November 25, 2003 | Rob Johnson
    With roughly 100,000 Chicagoans between 16 and 24 out of work or not in school, Rainbow Push was hoping to call to action disenfranchised young people, but a group of people disenchanted with Jesse Jackson led a spirited protest that sometimes drowned out the message of more jobs. Hundreds converged upon a frigid Federal Plaza today to hear politicians and political candidates talk passionately about creating more jobs. "Since this is a union working town the unions need to provide job training and set up a trade school in the city of Chicago," said Sen. James Meeks, 15th District. However...
  • Black Network Demands an Apology from Rainbow Coalition (Story Update)

    07/09/2003 12:02:14 PM PDT · by chance33_98 · 14 replies · 212+ views
    Black Network Demands an Apology from Rainbow Coalition After Official Calls NASCAR Fans 'Cracker' and 'Redneck' 7/9/03 9:43:00 AM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To: National and Sports desks Contact: David Almasi of Project 21, 202-371-1400, ext. 106 WASHINGTON, July 9 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Members of the African-American leadership network Project 21 are calling upon the Rainbow/PUSH organization to apologize for derogatory comments about fans of NASCAR auto racing made by Rainbow Sports director Charles Farrell. In a recent interview with, Farrell said, "there is a perception that stock car racing is a good ole boy's Southern redneck cracker sport." "Webster's definition...
  • What Legacy from the Radical Internationalism of 1968? [ACTIVE member of VLWC]

    06/30/2003 11:58:22 AM PDT · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 23 replies · 1,348+ views
    Radical History Review, No. 82 ^ | Winter ‘02 | Max Elbaum [anti-"racist, empire-building" America]
    What Legacy from the Radical Internationalism of 1968? Max Elbaum Seattle used to be just a city. Since December 1999, it has become shorthand for grassroots protest against the injustices of global capitalism. This is hardly the first time a place-name has come to symbolize a watershed in opposition movements. There were a host of such markers in the huge wave of U.S. protests against racism and the Vietnam War during and after 1968: "Chicago" (referring to the 1968 Democratic Convention where police beat demonstrators as they chanted "the whole world is watching"); "San Francisco State" (where a 1968-69 strike...