PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2016

Sorry, Washington Post: EVERYONE Should Reject Statements Demeaning to Women

Press Release /
Black Conservative Leader Stacy Washington Was Called Out by Post Columnist for Saying Americans Should Be Outraged by Demeaning Statements Made By Musicians and Others, Not Just Politicians Washington Calls on All Americans to Push Society in "A Just and Honorable Direction" St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - Stacy ...
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Should Abortions Be Federally Funded?

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Should taxpayer dollars be used for abortions? On the 9/30/16 episode of RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” one panelist suggested that abortion should be covered by the government through a single-payer system. Horace Cooper, legal analyst at the National Center for Public Policy Research and the co-chair of Project 21, ...
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New Conservative Voice Joins National Urban Talk Radio; Stacy Washington’s “Stacy on the Right” Promises to Shake Up the Status Quo

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St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - New leadership is arriving today in seven U.S. cities with the debut of Stacy Washington's "Stacy on the Right" radio program in seven urban markets on the Urban Family Talk network. This new, national - and conservative - voice will be heard daily ...
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Are White Voters Smarter Than African-American Voters? by Stacy Swimp

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The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled to restore a Michigan law that bans straight-ticket voting. Two of the Justices dissented, concluding that state officials should be permitted to enforce the ban in the November 2016 election. Straight-ticket voting is a policy which says that voters are permitted to select a ...
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Joe Hicks, RIP

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On this Labor Day, a day dedicated to the achievements of American workers, David and I are remembering in particular the contribution of one worker: Joe Hicks, who until his untimely passing from unexpected surgical complications in Los Angeles last Sunday, was one of Project 21's most active, valued, and ...
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The Sounds of Blackness or A False Narrative?

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This is a guest post by Emery McClendon of Project 21 The black community has a big problem. It mainly stems from a lack of teaching morals, values, personal responsibility, and a respect for God, country, and the family. All of these were pillars of the black family prior to ...
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Department of Justice’s Report on Baltimore Police Ignores Importance of Keeping Neighborhoods Safe

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Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper has reviewed the U.S. Department of Justice's report on Baltimore policing, and he's not impressed: The report should have been subtitled, "criminal lives matter." Career criminals, who make up the overwhelming number of individuals encountered by Baltimore police, are sanitized in the report and actual ...
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Black Conservatives Available for Commentary on Police Killings, Freddie Gray Case

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Killings of Police Officers; 'Community v. Police' Debate; Fourth Verdict in Freddie Gray Trial Expected July 18 Among Available Topics Washington, D.C. - Black conservatives affiliated with the Project 21 national leadership group are available for interviews and commentary on breaking news events, including but not limited to: the murder ...
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The Role of Gun Laws and Race in the Newest Neighborhood Watch Murder

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On August 7, Chad Copley shot and killed 20-year-old Kouren Bernard Thomas outside his home, after a 911 caller (presumably Copley) claimed he was “securing (his) neighborhood” as part of a neighborhood watch program. On August 10, National Center legal expert and Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper appeared on HLN’s “Dr ...
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U.S. Justice Department Report on Baltimore Policing: “Evidence of a Vindictive, Politically-Motivated Obama DOJ,” Says Project 21’s Joe Hicks

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Department of Justice Report, "Investigation of the Baltimore City Police Department," Comes on Heels of Failed Prosecution of Six Baltimore Police Officers in Freddie Gray Case 163-Page Report Was Highly Critical of Baltimore City Police Department Hicks Says DOJ Report Contains "Classic Leftist Class/Race Theory," Calls it Insulting to the ...
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The Republican Party Is About White Lives Making Black Lives Matter

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A guest post by Ted Hayes, Civil Rights & Homeless Activist for Project 21 Unlike the heritage of other United States citizens, whose white lives are a matter of willing immigration, black lives are of unwilling, chattel slavery. The agendas of the Republican National Committee based in DC purporting to ...
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Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Condemned for Remarks, Actions in Freddie Gray Case

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"Abusing her power in this way makes her unfit to continue in this office" "If Mosby had a single shred of dignity she would resign her post immediately" "Her decision to unleash a prosecution on six individuals without evidence of criminal wrongdoing is as wrong as the inflammatory prosecutorial tactics ...
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Black Lives Matter… When They Can Be Exploited

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https://youtu.be/WO_0Ov60XAE "Black lives [are] mattering, but only in a political context, when they can be exploited...," says Project 21's Joe Hicks, appearing with radio host Tommy "TJ" Sotomayor on Jamie Glazov's "The Glazov Gang." Do watch it all ...
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Military, Police Defended by Project 21’s Horace Cooper on CNN’s HLN Dr. Drew Show

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Project 21's own Horace Cooper was on CNN's HLN (Headline News) Dr. Drew Show last night, defending both the U.S. military and our nation's police officers. Here's excerpts from the action from Horace's appearance last night, with guest host Roger Lodge, Counterterrorism Expert Aaron Cohen, Clinical Psychologist Judy Ho, Civil ...
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Project 21’s Joe Hicks Puts Black Lives Matter Under the Heat Lamp

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Project 21's Joe R. Hicks has been quoted extensively on TV and radio in recent days. Here's an example of an appearance that got a lot of attention - Joe on the Fox News Channel's The Kelly File on July 11. "Last week -- last week, three people were walking ...
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“President Obama Should Resign and Apologize to Law Enforcement,” Says Project 21’s Council Nedd

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Project 21's Council Nedd, a Pennsylvania State Constable and board member of the Fraternal Order of Constables, says President Obama is "responsible for fostering an environment in which war has openly been declared on America's law enforcement officials, and is calling upon President Obama to resign and to apologize: President ...
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Dallas Police Shootings and Black Lives Matter Both Criticized by Project 21’s Green

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Project 21’s Derryck Green appeared on HLN’s “Dr. Drew” on July 11 to discuss the murder of Dallas police officers by Micah Johnson. “I don’t care why he did it,” Green said about Johnson’s motive. “A lot of people have a lot of difficult things going on in their lives ...
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How to Avoid Poverty

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I'm not sure which of our pieces referring to Black Lives Matter this gentleman read, but his advice is good regardless: Dear Sir, Having just read your piece over BLM as it pertains to the Ferguson case (I realize this is old news and NOT a recent post), I feel ...
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Project 21’s Cooper Criticizes the Trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson

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On June 28, Project 21 Co-Chair Horace Cooper appeared on 1240 WJIM-AM’s “The Steve Gruber Show” to discuss the trial and acquittal of Baltimore police officer Caesar R. Goodson, Jr. related to the death of Freddie Gray. “The problem here is that the leadership in Baltimore was more interested in using a ...
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Affirmative Action Ruling by U.S. Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas Today Disappoints Black Conservatives

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Washington, D.C. - Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network are expressing disappointment over the decision handed down this morning by the U.S. Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas, a key affirmative action case. The high court ruled that the race-conscious admissions program at the time of ...
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