PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2012

Project 21’s Stacys Condemn Obama’s Recess Appointments

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On January 4, President Obama — whose official bio notes he was a constitutional scholar — decided the Senate was out of session long enough for his needs and claimed recess appointment authority to install Richard Cordray as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (a new bureaucracy created ...
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Government ID Needed to Buy Drain Cleaner in Illinois, But Not to Vote

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Black Conservative Sees Hypocrisy in Legislative Opposition to Similar Safeguards for Electoral Process Washington, D.C. - Project 21 spokesman Stacy Swimp is criticizing Illinois lawmakers for requiring people who purchase caustic substances such as drain cleaner to present government-issued ID after previously rejecting a similar ID requirement for polling places ...
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Project 21’s Shelby Emmett Slams Using Civil Rights to Avoid Competition

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Arguments have begun in a trial that pits some students and alumni of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the state of Maryland against that state’s educational system. The plaintiffs complain that Maryland education officials haven’t set aside the state’s HBCUs for specific and separate treatment to make up ...
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Snail Mail’s Slow Death by Government Intrusion, by Sean Turner

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The ubiquity of email, social networking websites and other factors are causing a steady decline in the number of people using the services of the 236-year-old U.S. Postal Service. As banks, credit card and utilities companies increasingly offer online payment options, people frequently pay bills without using the USPS.  The result ...
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Certain Signs of Societal Decline, by Deneen Borelli

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There were reports of babies out in the cold for hours in Houston. In Indianapolis, two dozen police officers used pepper spray to control an unruly crowd that pried shopping center doors off their hinges. These were just a few of the scenes caught on video across America as people ...
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Tea Party and Occupy Protests Far From Similar, by Emery McClendon

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Occupy Wall Street protesters are embraced by our President, lauded by members of Congress and by others as a movement that is good for America — as opposed to, in their opinion, the Tea Party movement. The Occupy effort, months old now, is still receiving unprecedented positive media coverage. Unlike ...
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Black “Leaders” Desert Blacks for Illegal Aliens, by Charles Butler

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Self-appointed and media-approved members of the black "leadership" in America appear either silent or openly supportive when it comes to rewarding the actions of illegal immigrants. This is in direct contrast to how the civil rights establishment, black and otherwise, operated in the past. Past generations of civil rights leaders ...
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When the Dead Vote, the Living Suffer: Department of Justice is Wrong to Oppose Voter ID

Dead men tell no tales, the old saying goes – but that doesn't mean they can't vote. Shocking new video footage has just been released showing undercover reporters with their hidden cameras rolling, strolling into New Hampshire polling locations and asking to vote in the Granite State's presidential primary. Giving ...
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Founding Member of Project 21 Black Conservative Group Calls Out New Black Panthers

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Calls Bounty for Zimmerman "Outrageous" and "Lawless" Washington, D.C. - Legal commentator Horace Cooper, a founding member of the African-American leadership group Project 21, is criticizing the New Black Panthers' call for a ransom on George Zimmerman in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting. "The efforts of the New ...
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