PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2010

NAACP Mounts New Attempt to Discredit Tea Party Movement

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – In what promises to be yet another attempt to play the race card against the tea party movement, the NAACP teamed up with the little-known Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights on a yet-to-be released study that alleges tea party ties to hate groups. Members ...
READ MORE

Big Business Look Out! Liberal CEOs are the Next Target for Tea Party Activists, says National Center for Public Policy Research

Press Release /
Experts at the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project and Project 21 say the cover story of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, "Why Business Doesn't Trust the Tea Party," explains why big business should be wary of the Tea Party movement. "Progressive CEOs who embrace inherently anti-capitalist policies are ...
READ MORE

Obama’s Race Taunts Unsuited to the Presidency, Says Project 21 Chairman

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – Mychal Massie, chairman of the Project 21 black leadership network, says President Obama's recent playing of the race card is inappropriate for a President and for someone who has publicly professed a desire for a post-racial America. "Obama's comments further calcify his commonality, lack of couth, lack ...
READ MORE

Big Apple Becoming Big Nanny; Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Paterson Want to Restrict Beverage Choices of Poor Citizens

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Governor David Paterson are asking the federal government to deny New York City residents on food stamps the ability to use aid to buy certain beverages. Deneen Borelli, a fellow with the Project 21 black leadership network, sees ...
READ MORE

MSNBC Shake-Up Called for After Host’s Racial Remarks Against Black Conservative

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – Despite MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell's alleged regrets about making a race-tinged remark about Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele, the nature of the offense and the double-standard regarding liberal hosts has a member of the Project 21 black leadership network calling for a shake-up at a network ...
READ MORE

Is Black Support for Obama Racist? by Jerome Hudson

New Visions Commentary /
Is Black Support for Obama Racist? by Jerome Hudson (bio) With poverty at an all-time high, daunting black unemployment levels and Obamacare threatening black babies, black support for Barack Obama remains surprisingly strong. Why? Blacks are not uniformly as radical as Obama. So why do 91 percent of blacks still ...
READ MORE

Black Activists Critical of President Likening Adoption of His Agenda to Ending Slavery

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – In trying to pacify supporters angry because he has not imposed his liberal policies fast enough, President Barack Obama began equating his agenda of increasing government and reducing individual liberty to overcoming slavery. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are condemning Obama's apparent belief that ...
READ MORE

My Challenge to the Race Hustlers, by Mychal Massie

New Visions Commentary /
My Challenge to the Race Hustlers by Mychal Massie (bio) At a recent press conference sponsored by the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, Walter Fauntroy blasted Glenn Beck's August 28 "Restoring Honor" rally by saying that when one refers to the Ku Klux Klan and the tea party movement, "you ...
READ MORE

There Must Be a Flaw, by B.B. Robinson, Ph.D.

New Visions Commentary /
There Must Be a Flaw by B.B. Robinson, Ph.D. (bio) Bishop Eddie Long stands accused. Long, the leader of Atlanta's 25,000-member New Birth Baptist Church, is accused of using his position in the church and gifts financed by it to seduce young men into homosexual encounters. Upon hearing the allegations, ...
READ MORE

Back Against the Wall, President Plays Race Card; Returns to Black America for Support

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. -- A member of the Project 21 black leadership network says President Obama “has a lot of nerve” soliciting aid from black Americans only after his reputation with the rest of America has soured. The charge, from Project 21’s Kevin Martin, comes following Barack Obama’s partisan appeal this ...
READ MORE

Black Conservatives See No Controversy at Tea Party Rally

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – With the NAACP’s leadership throwing itself in with far-left groups in an apparent effort to paint the tea party movement as radical and potentially racist, black conservatives with the Project 21 leadership network who attended the September 12 “March on D.C.” report that nothing occurred yesterday that ...
READ MORE

Anti-Tea Party Site Demonstrates NAACP’s Continued Decline

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – A new NAACP initiative to monitor the "racism and other forms of extremism" of the tea party movement is being criticized by black conservatives with the Project 21 leadership network as yet another example of the once-venerable group allowing its reputation to be hijacked for progressive political ...
READ MORE

Project 21 Members to Speak Sunday at Tea Party Rallies in Washington D.C., St. Louis and Sacramento

Press Release /
Washington, D.C. – In a weekend filled with tea party rallies nationwide, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are designated speakers at the major rallies on both coasts and right in the middle of America. "Dissent was considered patriotic when the progressives were out of power, and the ...
READ MORE

Black Conservative Leader Challenges Sharpton, Morial and Fauntroy to Tea Party Debate

Press Release /
Washington, DC – Mychal Massie, the chairman of the Project 21 black leadership network, is challenging the Reverend Al Sharpton, National Urban League CEO Marc Morial and Pastor Walter Fauntroy to a debate over their extremist comments and racist allegations against the tea party movement. "Among the comfort of their ...
READ MORE

Why I’ve Decided to Be My Own Boss, by Darryn “Dutch” Martin

New Visions Commentary /
Why I’ve Decided to Be My Own Boss by Darryn "Dutch" Martin (bio) Every day seems to bring more headlines about a worsening American economy. As the official unemployment rate dances closer to ten percent, it is likely there are countless people who simply gave up on finding a job ...
READ MORE

Beck, MLK Both Spoke About Freedom, by Jimmie L. Hollis

New Visions Commentary /
  Beck, MLK Both Spoke About Freedom by Jimmie L. Hollis (bio) On August 28, I arrived in Washington, D.C. with a contingent of the Greenwich Tea Party Patriots of South Jersey to attend Glenn Beck’s “Restore Honor” rally at the Lincoln Memorial. We consisted of three packed busloads. The ...
READ MORE

School Choice Puts Students First, by Lisa Fritsch

New Visions Commentary /
School Choice Puts Students First by Lisa Fritsch (bio) School choice advocates marched outside the New Jersey State House last spring to demand vouchers. They wanted families to be able to escape failing and unchecked public schools and be able to choose a better education. Most public school systems — ...
READ MORE

Our Father, Who Isn’t in Washington, by Lisa Fritsch

New Visions Commentary /
  Our Father, Who Isn’t in Washington by Lisa Fritsch (bio) Conservatives argue that the liberal social programs of the 1960s destroyed the black family as the notion of the black man as the patriarch of his family took a beating. In just a few generations, an intact black family ...
READ MORE

Black Conservatives React to Obama Speech on Iraq

Press Release /
Washington, DC –With President Barack Obama's announcement tonight of what he considers to be the end of combat operations in Iraq, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are speaking out about this administration's approach to operations in the Iraq theater and the debt of gratitude owed to our ...
READ MORE

Black Conservatives React to Obama Speech on Iraq

Press Release /
Washington, DC –With President Barack Obama's announcement tonight of what he considers to be the end of combat operations in Iraq, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are speaking out about this administration's approach to operations in the Iraq theater and the debt of gratitude owed to our ...
READ MORE

The National Center for Public Policy Research is a communications and research foundation supportive of a strong national defense and dedicated to providing free market solutions to today’s public policy problems. We believe that the principles of a free market, individual liberty and personal responsibility provide the greatest hope for meeting the challenges facing America in the 21st century.