PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2015

The Pro-Discrimination Left Needs to Be Slapped Down in Court, Says Project 21’s Joe Hicks

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Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network are continuing to weigh in on the second appearance of the affirmative action case Fisher v. the University of Texas at Austin in front of the U.S. Supreme Court this week. Here's Joe Hicks with a fresh observation: Like a tainted meal, ...
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Today’s Contentious Supreme Court Debate on Affirmative Action Draws Comments from Black Conservative Leaders

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Ending Affirmative Action is Important Because It Does Four Negative Things, Says Derryck Green There is Still a Very Real Concern About Academic Mismatches, Says Bishop Council Nedd II Washington, D.C. - Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on today's oral arguments in the U.S. Supreme ...
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Black Conservatives Comment on Obama’s Terrorism Address

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Call Speech "Least Inspiring Presidential Speech Ever," Say President Failed to Instill Confidence in Already-Suspect Policy "Passion is No Excuse for a Failure of Leadership" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on and available for interviews about President Barack Obama's address to the ...
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Sanctuary Cities Are a Magnet for Criminals, Says Horace Cooper

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What happens when local governments refuse to enforce federal immigration laws?  We see “sanctuary cities” develop in places like San Francisco, where illegal immigrants can live without fear of prosecution or deportation. Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public Policy Research and the Project 21 black leadership network took ...
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Should the U.S. Open Its Arms to Syrian Refugees?

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Should the United States start freely welcoming Syrian refugees today, or should it wait until more stringent vetting processes are in place? Last night, on Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story with Ray Suarez,” Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public Policy Research noted that it’s not just Republicans demanding increased ...
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What Can Help the University of Missouri?

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What is the next step for the University of Missouri, now that its president and chancellor have resigned? Project 21’s Stacy Washington explained to Newsmax host Ed Berliner why two proposed reforms will NOT help, and suggested one idea that could make a huge difference. “They want to institute mandatory ...
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Project 21 Members Issue Statements in Response to Resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe

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Washington, D.C. - Project 21's Stacy Washington and Horace Cooper have issued statements addressing the resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe today in light of student and faculty protests over racial issues on the campus. Said Stacy Washington, a Project 21 member and talk show host on 97.1 ...
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Black Lives Matter Movement is No Longer Redeemable, Says Project 21’s Nedd

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Despite the good intentions of the initial Black Lives Matter movement, Bishop Council Nedd II of the Project 21 black leadership network says that there’s very little that’s redeemable from the movement in its current form. “I think it started out as a decent idea, but then got immediately politicized ...
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Black Conservative Kevin Martin Supports Voter ID Requirements

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Should the Voting Rights Act be reauthorized in its current form? Should photo identification be required to vote? Project 21’s Kevin Martin was part of a panel on Thom Hartmann’s “Big Picture Rumble” to discuss these and other issues. Regarding photo identification requirements for voting, Martin said: “I’m a veteran ...
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More Disturbing News from the Abortion Industry

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Project 21’s Stacy Washington has commented on yet another disturbing story from the abortion industry: More sad news on the abortion front here in the U.S. A police raid in tony West Bloomfield Michigan has turned up 14 containers of human fetal remains from an abortionist who apparently did the ...
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The Significant Affirmative Action Case Before the U.S. Supreme Court

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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to re-hear an affirmative action case involving university admissions. Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper appeared on Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line” on September 25 to explain why Abigail Noel Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, et al. is such an important case. The ...
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The Unforeseen Consequences of Affirmative Action

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Project 21, a leader in the promotion of black conservative public policy opinion and activism, recently joined a new legal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court opposing racial preferences in school admissions. SCOTUS is preparing to hear the case of Abigail Noel Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, et ...
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Project 21’s McClendon Fights Back Against Sharpton’s Lies

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Project 21’s Emery McClendon is coordinating an “All Lives Matter” rally today prior to Rev. Al Sharpton’s appearance in Fort Wayne, IN.   On September 18, he told NewsMaxTV host Ed Berliner that the Black Lives Matter movement is largely based on lies. “In order for America to be great ...
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America Was Safer Under GWB Than Obama, Says Project 21’s Cooper

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Did President George W. Bush keep us safe, as claimed by Gov. Jeb Bush in the recent GOP debate?  RT Network host Thom Hartmann and his “Progressive Roundtable” call this claim a lie, but Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper believes that Americans are less safe under President Obama than they ...
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Affirmative Action Returns to the U.S. Supreme Court; Black Conservatives Join Supreme Court Legal Brief Demanding End to Race-Based University Admissions

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Schools Accused of Trampling Constitution for Politically-Correct Diversity Goals U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Same Racial Preferences Case Twice in Almost Two Years Washington, D.C. - Project 21, a leader in the promotion of black conservative public policy opinion and activism, has joined a new legal brief to the U.S ...
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Project 21 Members Dominate Media Discussions About ‘Black Lives Matter’

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Recently the news media has been abuzz with stories about the Black Lives Matter movement and its possible connection to the recent trend of murdered police officers.  And right smack in the middle of the media discussions have been several members of our Project 21 black leadership network. This past Friday, ...
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Unemployment News a Hollow Victory – About Those Jobs Numbers for August

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When the monthly jobs report from the Obama Administration came out last Friday, there was unwarranted celebration at the White House.  Any “good” news truly rings hollow – that’s what Project 21 member Derryck Green thinks. Case in point, the labor force participation rate – the number of people who ...
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A Rare Moment of Agreement on Immigration

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On August 26, Project 21’s Kevin Martin appeared on the talk show of liberal host Thom Hartmann, who was having his usual fun mocking conservatives.  However, on the issue of immigration, we heard a rare response from Hartmann: “I agree with you.” Specifically, Hartmann and Martin were agreeing that comprehensive ...
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A Perspective on Harris County Deputy’s Death by a Project 21 Member Who Served with Him

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Last Friday, Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth was essentially executed as he fueled his patrol car in a Houston suburb.  The alleged shooter, who walked up and shot the unsuspecting deputy while he was standing and then fired several more rounds after he fell, is now in custody and will ...
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Are Spurious Claims of Police Racism Fueling Ideological Attacks Upon Whites by People With Troubled Psyches?

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In Light of Virginia Journalist Killings, Project 21's Joe Hicks Fears People with Mental Psychosis and Other Brain Disorders are Responding Dangerously to the Re-Birth of Militant Black Protests Washington, D.C. - "Did the ideology of black racial victimization play a role in the murder of a white Virginia TV ...
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