PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2012

Kwanzaa Reinterpreted: Turning a Marxist Celebration into a Lesson in Conservative Values

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Right now – during the week beginning right after Christmas through New Year’s Day – some  blacks and their liberal enablers celebrate Kwanzaa. To most people, Kwanzaa would appear to be the observance of a traditional African celebration.  That’s what the Kwanzaa kingpins want people to think.  Kwanzaa’s origin really ...
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Project 21’s Green on Healing in Newtown and the Reason for the Season

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Project 21 member Derryck Green, a doctoral divinity student, talks about celebrations of faith during the Christmas season, how faith factors into the post-Newtown healing process and the irrelevance of atheists and their angry interference in the grand scheme of things. It’s the time of year when belligerent atheists corral ...
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Racialist Writer Seeks to Sack RGIII, Fails

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Is the Washington Redskins’ new star quarterback Robert Griffin III — ubiquitously known as RGIII — legitimately black? The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor University — who justified his first-round draft pick (second pick overall) by becoming the first rookie player ever to rush for over 200 yards and ...
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Project 21’s Stacy Swimp Gets Cell Phone Smashed by Union Protesters in Lansing, But Lays Seeds for Growth with Rank-and-File

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Project 21's Stacy Swimp had a run-in with labor union protestors yesterday that left him with a smashed cell phone, but also with optimism about the ability of conservatives to reach rank-and-file union members with our message. The scene was Lansing, Michigan, where the state legislature was to vote on ...
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In Unemployment Figures, Project 21’s Green Thinks Americans Got What They Wanted

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Project 21 member Derryck Green, doesn’t think there’s a lot to celebrate regarding today’s minimal reported gains in the national employment numbers.  Derryck says: Our nation’s economic situation continues to worsen under Barack Obama’s leadership.  Is that his fault, or the fault of the American people?  And, at this point, ...
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Welcome to the Doctor’s Office — Your Papers Please, by Cherylyn Harley LeBon

New Visions Commentary /
I recently took my daughter to our pediatric ophthalmologist — a physician she has seen for several years, and with whom we have a very good relationship. At this appointment, however, the receptionist gave me three new forms to fill out. These forms were not the usual update forms. This ...
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Obama, Sharpton and Black America’s Downward Spiral, by Darryn “Dutch” Martin

New Visions Commentary /
As a conservative, President Barack Obama's reelection was one of the most disappointing experiences of my life. As a black American, my sorrow was only amplified. Just look at President Obama's economic track record. Look at the unemployment rate during Obama's first term. Throughout his first four years as the ...
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Saving Sarah From the Egyptian Salafis, by Archbishop Council Nedd II & Deacon J.T. Griffin

New Visions Commentary /
Almost six months into the reign of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, many people in the West and even Egypt lament the "Arab Spring" overthrow of long-time dictator Hosni Mubarak. America and Mubarak shared a concern for anti-Western Muslim fundamentalists seeking to turn Egypt into an Islamic state. Mubarak's treatment of ...
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Jovan, Jason and Jumping to Conclusions, by Derryck Green

New Visions Commentary /
Jason Whitlock started it, and Jason Whitlock can end it. On December 1, the Fox Sports columnist penned a column about what happened earlier that morning when Jovan Belcher — the starting linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs — murdered his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins (the mother of his three-month-old daughter), ...
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Life, Liberty and Happiness, by Archbishop Council Nedd II

New Visions Commentary /
In an increasingly secular America — where moral absolutes have vanished — it is not surprising that same-sex marriage referendums recently passed in Maryland, Washington and Maine. After all, noted theologian N.T. Wright said, "by itself, human reason can no more be guaranteed to tell us which way to go ...
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Project 21’s Martin on Lingering Libya Questions for Susan Rice

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Obama Administration ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, the President’s likely choice to replace departing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, today tried to blunt criticism of her performance as the White House’s post-Benghazi scold in a much-hyped meeting with senators John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsay Graham (R-SC) and Kelly Ayotte ...
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Supreme Court to Examine Constitutionality of Dysfunctional Section of Voting Rights Act

Press Release /
Black Conservatives Welcome Bringing Nearly 50-Year-Old Law Based on 50-Year-Old Presumptions Into the 21st Century Project 21 Black Leadership Network Joined Court Brief Supporting Challenge Washington, D.C. - By agreeing today to examine the constitutionality of an outdated portion of the Voting Rights Act, the U.S. Supreme Court is stepping ...
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The Brennan Center is Wrong: Voter Fraud is a Real Threat to Every Citizen’s Constitutional Rights, by Horace Cooper

National Policy Analysis #642 /
The Brennan Center for Justice has been the go-to resource for many opponents of commonsense anti-voter fraud efforts such as voter ID. The essence of the Brennan Center's argument against voter ID is that that voter fraud isn't a real problem, as it happens so infrequently that it isn't a ...
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Voter ID Opponents’ Latest Spurious Claim: Voter ID Allegedly Slows Election Tabulations, by Horace Cooper

National Policy Analysis #643 /
Critics of commonsense anti-fraud measures such as voter ID continue to engage in desperate efforts to change public opinion on the issue, racing from one complaint to another. They've claimed that requiring voters to present identification is a form of voter suppression1, that voter fraud is rare2 and now, a ...
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Values, Beliefs Lost on Election Day, by Archbishop Council Nedd II

New Visions Commentary /
In post-election post-mortem mode, many so-called Christian conservatives wonder why President Obama won so decisively. They similarly scratch their heads over same-sex marriage victories in Maryland and Maine and defeated pro-life candidates in states once thought to be reliably conservative. I contend everyone has lost focus on the modern relationship ...
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An Ode To The Role Of Big Government, by Elaina F. George, MD

New Visions Commentary /
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a vision of the federal government as our savior is being perpetuated by the media and the left. This romanticized vision of the benefits of an ever-expanding government assuming command of everything — from disaster relief to managing our waistlines to promoting breastfeeding to ...
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Now or Never for Black Homeownership, by B.B. Robinson, Ph.D.

New Visions Commentary /
Homeownership rates have declined in America since the start of the economic crisis in 2008. Nowhere has the homeownership decline been more acute than in the black community. In 2004, 49.1 percent of black households owned their own home. In 2011, that number fell sharply to 44.9 percent. This may ...
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Obama Won… Don’t Complain, by Bob Parks

New Visions Commentary /
Obama's victory means four more years with no hope or change. When I think about what the future offers, it reminds me of the last thing I said during my closing remarks at a 2008 debate for state representative in Massachusetts. I said: "If you like the way things are, ...
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Legal Scholars Appointed to Lead Black Leadership Group

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As Important Public Policy Debates Shift to the Courts, Project 21 Selects Former Senate Judiciary Committee Counsel and a Former Law Professor as Co-Chairmen MSNBC Hosts Expected to Become Even More Unhinged Washington, D.C. - Two seasoned legal scholars, former Senate Judiciary Committee senior counsel Cherylyn Harley LeBon and former ...
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Black Conservatives Run to Defend Dash

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Actress Stacey Dash, best known for her supporting role in the movie and subsequent television series “Clueless,” provoked the wrath of the left this week when she chose to tweet out an endorsement of a certain person who is challenging the President of the United States for his job. Shortly ...
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