PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2000

Playing the Nasty Card, by Murdock “Doc” Gibbs

New Visions Commentary /
A New Visions Commentary paper published December 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. A grade school teacher once told me bullies fight because they have a poor ...
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Economic Opportunity and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concern for Poor and Minorities, by John Carlisle

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Reprints permitted provided source is credited. Environmental laws are unfair to minorities and the poor because, although they are least able to pay, they must bear the greatest costs for adhering to those laws through lost jobs and higher prices. The time is long overdue for government to start considering ...
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Government Attack on Dietary Supplements Lean on Facts, by Council Nedd

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Reprints permitted provided source is credited. I've never been surprised by the foolish actions of our federal government. Like all things, it follows the laws of nature - and nature abhors a vacuum. If left unchecked, our government behaves similarly, seeking every opportunity to insert itself into any environment it ...
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So What Do We Do Now? by Kimberley Jane Wilson

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Reprints permitted provided source is credited. Well, thank God that's all over. I'm talking about the presidential election. A one-day event turned into a month long farce that had the whole world laughing at America. Of course, being laughed at by Europe is no worse than being laughed at by ...
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This Will Hurt, by Kimberley Jane Wilson

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A New Visions Commentary paper published November 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. I just finished reading Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America. I found it ...
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Digital Divide? What Digital Divide? by Deroy Murdock

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A New Visions Commentary paper published November 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. The Reverend Jesse Jackson calls it "classic apartheid." The NAACP's Kweisi Mfume decries "technological ...
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Remember When Gore Liked Fuzzy Math? by Council Nedd

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A New Visions Commentary paper published November 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. My, how times have changed. In this past mess of an election, the campaign ...
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Playing Hide and Seek With Black Voters, by Kevin Martin

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Everyone played " hide and seek" as a child. For black voters, however, the game continues every election. This year was no exception. Democratic leaders and their black allies "hide" equal justice and civil rights issues in campaigns for black voters to seek, and they use them to win their ...
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Global Warming Rules Make This Black Man Hot Under the Collar, by John Meredith

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Fear that the world is warming because of industrialization is a theory with no factual basis. What we really need to fear are the policies being pushed to stop it. These new regulations will hurt everyone, especially those struggling to get by. As a black American caught in that struggle, ...
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Global Warming Laws Could Destroy Black Economic Gains: Study Says 1.4 Million Jobs Held By Blacks and Hispanics Could Be Lost Due to Kyoto Global Warming Treaty – September 2000

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As participants in the Million Family March congregate on the National Mall in Washington, DC, members of the African-American leadership network Project 21 hope that the message that will resonate with America's elected leaders after the March is over is that parents know and understand what is best for their ...
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Million Family March a Declaration of Independence: Black Network Hopes Show of Responsibility Will Get Government Off Citizen’s Backs – October 2000

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As participants in the Million Family March congregate on the National Mall in Washington, DC, members of the African-American leadership network Project 21 hope that the message that will resonate with America's elected leaders after the March is over is that parents know and understand what is best for their ...
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Economic Opportunity and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concerns for Poor and Minorities Nationwide; Survey of Environmental Justice Groups Indicates that Environmental Goals Must be Balanced with Economic Needs

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A recent survey of 69 environmental justice groups conducted by the National Center For Public Policy Research found that these groups believe that environmental laws are unfair to minorities and the poor because, although these groups are least able to pay, they must bear the greatest costs for adhering to ...
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Black and Conservative in America, by Kevin Martin

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A New Visions Commentary paper published October 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. I'm a conservative. I'm also black. My political affiliation sometimes raises eyebrows among my ...
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The More We Get the More We Lose, by E. LeMay Lathan

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The more we get the more we lose. That statement alone should be enough to rally blacks into a concerted effort to demand our equal rights. Our leaders are always on the stump, preaching about how our rights are being violated and that we are being taken advantage of in ...
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Jesse Jackson’s Education Amendment: Don’t Drink the Water, by Mike Green

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Jesse Jackson says public schools are good enough for all children. On a recent airing of ABC's "This Week," he compared America's public schools to Washington, DC tap water, reckoning that if the quality of the city's water (and, by association, the schools) is good enough for some, it is ...
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Destroying a Teacher Who Stumbled Will Not Destroy Intolerance, by Michael King

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A teacher at Bryant Elementary School in Cobb County, Georgia, may lose her job after she allegedly chastised two 4th grade girls for using the "N-word." As the father of a second-grader at Bryant, I'm very concerned about the way this incident, which should have been handled quickly and discreetly ...
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New Study Shows: School Vouchers Help Black Students Close Growing Racial “Grade Gap”

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At a time of growing disparity between the test scores of black and white elementary school students, a new report reveals dramatically improved test scores by black students who used vouchers to switch from public to private schools. Members of the African-American leadership network Project 21 are hailing this study ...
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Minorities Rarely Winners in Class-Action Lawsuits, by Kevin Martin

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A New Visions Commentary paper published September 2000 by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct., N.E., Washington, DC 20002, 202/543-4110, Fax 202-543-5975, E-Mail [email protected], Web http://www.nationalcenter.org. Reprints permitted provided source is credited. Personal injury lawyers have long touted their work as noble and altruistic - saving ...
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The Time is Now for a New Environmental Justice Policy, by Michael Centrone

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When Select Steel Inc. proposed construction of a $175 million steel mill that would create 200 jobs in the economically-distressed community of Genesee County, Michigan, the majority of local residents welcomed the proposal. But thanks to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) so-called environmental justice policy, which purports to protect minorities ...
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Native Americans Can Unite America, by R.D. Davis

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A slavemaster must rob a new slave of his or her identity. Once this is accomplished, further brainwashing and dehumanizing of the slave is possible. Our Negro African ancestors were robbed of their identities in this manner. Today, in the name of Marxist-driven "political correctness," all Americans are being robbed ...
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