PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 1996

Who Speaks for America? Pat Buchanan or the Beltway? – March, 1996

A New Visions Commentary published March 1996 by The National Center for Public Policy Research So Pat Buchanan is a racist, anti-Semitic homophobic fanatic? What a surprise! Let me see if I get this right. Pat Buchanan's love for America is a negative trait that cannot be tolerated by the ...
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Outcome-Based Education: Why Creative Learning Should Not Replace Real Learning, by Camille Harper

New Visions Commentary /
A New Visions Commentary published March 1996 by The National Center for Public Policy Research. "That is how it sounds," insisted the 12-year-old who was carefully printing "borad of eudaction" on my wooden pointer. She meant "board of education," of course. That incident occurred about thirty-five years ago, during my ...
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Let Us Mark The End of Racial Preferences with the Beginning of Equal Opportunity, by Carl Cohen

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The object of The Equal Opportunity Act of 1995, which the House Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on by the end of April, is to prohibit our federal government from giving preferences based on race or on sex -- and to prohibit the government from requiring or encouraging others ...
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Group Assails Abuse of Entitlement Programs by Immigrants – 2/96

As evidence mounts that increasing numbers of immigrants are dependent on government entitlement programs, members of the African-American leadership group Project 21 are supporting curbs and cuts in programs that they believe are rife with fraud and abuse. Project 21 member and California businessman Al Wilson states, "There should be ...
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Contract With Black America Fulfilled: New Empowerment Legislation Introduced – February 1996

Date of Issue: February 24, 1996 General Information Contact: Project 21 Director House Leadership Backs Reforms Expected To Sweep Away Welfare State With A Plan of Hope and OpportunityHouse Speaker Gingrich Expected to Attend Press Conference Fulfilling Terms of Project 21's "Contract With Black America" on Tuesday, February 27 at ...
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