PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2012

Black Conservatives to Tell United Nations: Don’t Waste Your Time Investigating U.S. Voter Laws

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Project 21 Delegation to Defend Ballot Integrity Measures, Rebut NAACP Request that U.N. Human Rights Council Investigate the United States Importance of Protecting Sanctity of Voting Lest Hard-Won Voting Franchise Be Diluted by Fraud to Be Stressed New York City, NY / Washington, DC - A delegation from the Project ...
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Michigan Proposal Requiring Drug Tests for Welfare Recipients Hailed by Black Conservatives

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"This is a Win for the Recipient, Their Children and Taxpayers," Says Michigan Activist Stacy Swimp "Drug Testing as a Condition of Receiving Tax-Funded Benefits Absolutely is Constitutional," Says Legal Expert Horace Cooper Saginaw, MI / Washington, D.C. - Stacy Swimp and Horace Cooper of the black leadership group Project ...
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Project 21’s Swimp Speaks at Detroit Rally Against HHS Mandate

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On Friday, June 8, the Coalition to Stop the HHS Mandate is coordinating rallies across the nation under the banner of “Stand Up for Religious Freedom.” There are currently 160 planned rallies.  They are called to protest the ObamaCare mandate recently issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human ...
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U.S. Department of Justice Effort to Obstruct Voting Crimes Law Enforcement Condemned by National Center for Public Policy Research

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DOJ is Falsely Claiming Voting Rights Act Covers Florida in Attempt to Stop Purge of Illegal Voters Federal Government Criticizes Florida Over Florida's Inability to Access a Federal Database - But the Feds Illegally Have Withheld it from Florida for Nearly a Year! Washington, D.C. - The state of Florida ...
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More Black Conservative Comment on ObamaCare Decision

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Amidst the fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the ObamaCare case, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are continuing to speak out against the ruling that largely leaves in place the plan for a government takeover of America’s health care system. Horace Cooper (a former general ...
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Election Monitors or Enforcers in Wisconsin? Project 21’s Green Wants to Know

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As Wisconsin voters went to the polls yesterday in the state’s special recall election, federal monitors from the Justice Department were on hand to watch them. They weren’t there to make sure no one voted in anyone else’s name.  They weren’t there to stop any members of the New Black ...
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Obama is Playing to His Base on Gay Marriage (But It Isn’t Blacks), by Derryck Green

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While campaigning for the U.S. Senate in 2004, Barack Obama was asked about his views on gay marriage. At that time, he stated: "What I believe, in my [Christian] faith, is that a man and a woman, when they get married, are performing something before God, and it's not simply ...
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Voter ID and South Carolina: The Supreme Court Speaks Yet DOJ Won’t Listen

Summary The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice has formally objected to South Carolina's new voter identification law. The Department of Justice is effectively ignoring Supreme Court precedent, signaling a willingness to ignore electoral voter violations, raising grave constitutional concerns over the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act ...
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NAACP: Now a Partisan Tool? by Stacy Swim

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Legislative report cards that favors some politicians over others are nothing new, but the NAACP's newest one throws the group's nonpartisan mandate into question. Every single Republican in the 112th Congress received a failing grade from the NAACP! Of Democrats and the independents who caucus with them, the House score ...
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President Obama and Right to Work, by Stacy Swimp

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"Right to Work" laws provide American workers with a choice. Put simply, it prohibits compulsory union membership. If a worker wants to join a union, they can. Right to Work laws mean they cannot be forced to do so and are protected from retribution. President Obama is against such laws ...
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Government Health Care Rules Raise Costs, Harm Health, by Elaina F. George, MD

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Before the liberals rammed through ObamaCare, conservatives in Congress proposed health care reform that didn't go through. Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) said "The Patients' Choice Act" would "finally enable Americans to own their health care instead of being trapped in the current system, which leaves people either uninsured, dependent on ...
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Hoodie Rights and Responsibilities, by Charles Butler

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Now that George Zimmerman faces murder charges for the death of Trayvon Martin, it's time to reflect on things that were said and done in Martin's defense. Not all of it was necessary or logical. Take, for instance, that wearing a hoodie was almost a civil rights issue. At one ...
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Holder’s “Sacred” Speech Leaves Project 21 Members Puzzled

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“Sacred.” It’s an interesting word for Attorney General Eric Holder to have used — considering the venue. Holder was a guest of the Congressional Black Caucus yesterday as they met with black clergy to, in the words of CBC chairman Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), “equip them with the information they need ...
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Civil Disobedience or Uncivil Chaos? by Stacy Swimp

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Protesters, many aligned with Occupy Wall Street, recently disrupted American businesses to commemorate International Workers' Day (May Day). Banks in Manhattan received suspicious (albeit non-toxic) powder in envelopes. Businesses were vandalized. Commuters were disrupted. Stacy Washington, a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, said: "It's attention-seeking behavior at ...
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Pink Slime and Consumer Choice, by Cherylyn Harley LeBon

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Recently, we have been besieged with news reports about hamburger. At issue is whether hamburger containing lean finely textured beef (LFTB) is safe and should be part of our diet. As I am a mom, food safety warnings naturally raise a red flag. Before anyone decides whether to sell or ...
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Trayvon’s Story Made Famous for the Wrong Reasons, by Jerome Hudson

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Trayvon Martin became a household name for all the wrong reasons. Martin's death created an international firestorm because George Zimmerman, the person at fault, was not immediately taken into custody by Sanford, Florida authorities. What made things worse is that Martin is black, Zimmerman is part-Hispanic/part-white and the Sanford police ...
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We Don’t Need Another Hero, by Lisa Fritsch

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Our nation's current political battle about same-sex marriage reminds me of the film "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" in which rivals fight it out in a cage to chants of "two men enter, one man leaves!" I also recall Tina Turner's song from the film. She belts out: "We don't need ...
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Affirmative Action Blazes Out of Control at Obama Justice Department, by Derryck Green

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Attorney General Eric Holder and his band of merry litigators at the U.S. Department of Justice have sued Jacksonville, Florida over its fire department's promotion testing process. The Obama Administration contends that it discriminates against blacks. Less than a week later, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Jacksonville's firefighters union ...
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Black Conservatives Suggest Color of Change Activists Continue Campaign Against Coca-Cola’s Corporate Giving

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If Pressure Group Truly Means What It Says, It Will Push Coke to Drop Ties to Radical Environmental Group Washington, D.C. - If the activists at the group Color of Change are serious about wanting to keep the Coca-Cola Company from hurting the black community, members of the Project 21 ...
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IDs Needed to Take the SATs, But Not to Vote? by Cherylyn Harley LeBon

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While students will not always need an ID to vote in the next election, they will need one to take an admissions exam. After a SAT cheating scandal left students in Great Neck, New York facing criminal prosecution, officials at the companies that administer college entrance exams announced strict new ...
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