Kathy Barnette weighs in on all the controversy that is surrounding the successful nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions for the United States Attorney General.
Sadly, America’s race relations are worse off under President Barack Obama, our first black president, says a passionate black graduate student who voted for him twice.
He was never a racist until he challenged the establishment.
A new film is coming called Hillary’s America. In it, the documentary will detail the Democratic Party and the world that creates someone like Hillary. Dinesh D’Souza, known for statement making documentaries, has done it again. WOW. This will be amazing. In theaters July 2016! Who are these Democrats? What is the progressive party hiding?…
rish Moss, Ferguson, MO’s first African-American police chief, goes ‘On the Record’ on the initial challenges he faces in his job, the source of racial tension between public and police, whether the media are fair, the Freddie Gray decision and more. Via Fox News
Welcome to Obama’s America…
“They’ll say whatever they need to say and do whatever they need to do to get elected!”
“Allah give me strength…”
“Blacks have been selling other blacks for thousands of years!”
“Because it’s my culture”
“With all due respect…”
Watch Heartbreaking Moment Authorities Seize 6-Year-Old Girl From Her White Foster Parents Over Race
“Our family is so incredibly devastated…”
A Somali-American woman approached Clinton and asked her about past racial remarks, in particular the “superpredator” comment. The woman also mentioned the lack of diversity among elected officials.
A CNN panel had a strong reaction to a guest’s claim that Beyonce’s controversial Super Bowl 50 performance was “racist.”
Broad, sweeping, racist generalizations perfectly acceptable when directed at white people.
Virginia parents were in an uproar after officials at Glen Allen High School in Henrico showed students a controversial video as part of Black History Month.
Is America racist? Is it as Obama said “part of our DNA”? Author and talk-show host Larry Elder examines America’s legacy of racism, whether it’s one we can ever escape, and in the process offers a different way of looking at things like Ferguson, crime, police and racial profiling. H/T Truth Revolt