Author: David Almasi


Court Stops Bureaucrats from Becoming “De Facto Lawmakers” /
In the U.S. Supreme Court’s significant ruling in the case of West Virginia v. EPA, the justices pushed back hard against the unelected bureaucrats who have been trying to implement large-scale change regarding the nation’s energy policy, says National Center Senior ...

In West Virginia v. EPA, Justices Push Back Against Administrative State /
"The Court’s latest ruling on regulatory policy was a crushing blow to leftist authoritarians and central planners in the United States," says Project 21 member AK Kamara. "It was a major victory for those of us who value the fact ...
Horace Cooper Defends Clarence Thomas

Racist Rants Against Clarence Thomas Reveal Hostility Toward Black Free Thought /
“Clarence Thomas is the leader of this Court,” declared Project 21 Co-chairman Horace Cooper about the U.S. Supreme Court’s senior justice. In a discussion with host Laura Ingraham on the Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Horace continued: “This is ...
Court’s Abortion Decision Means “All Lives Matter”

Court’s Abortion Decision Means “All Lives Matter” /
“We’ve won this fight in the courtroom. But those who support the unborn can’t rest.” That was the initial comment of Project 21 Co-chairman Horace Cooper, released just minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its landmark ruling on ...
Supreme Court

“Shall Not Be Infringed” Means Exactly That /
In a major ruling backing the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of law-abiding citizens seeking to carry their guns outside their homes out of concern for their self-defense. “At a time when Congress ...
Michigan Considers Project 21 Voting Recommendation

Michigan Considers Project 21 Voting Recommendation /
In Michigan, Project 21 member Chris Arps is working toward making key tenets of the organization’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” a constitutional guarantee. But the left is pulling out everything it can to try to stop ...
Supreme Court abortion

How the Supreme Court Can Save Black Babies /
Though the leaked opinion may have made the upcoming decision a foregone conclusion, the nation eagerly awaits the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the abortion case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Due to that leak, it’s expected that ...
Don’t Make Slavery Juneteenth’s Focus

Don’t Make Slavery Juneteenth’s Focus /
Juneteenth marks the release of blacks from slavery, but Project 21 member Deroy Murdock suggests using the day to focus on what’s come from black Americans since June 19, 1865. In a Daily Signal commentary, Deroy noted: Some will focus ...
Juneteenth Wasn’t Always Woke

Juneteenth Wasn’t Always Woke /
For 23 years, members of the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network have promoted the soft-spoken dignity and low-key benefits of the Juneteenth commemoration of emancipation. Then, in the wake of the death of George Floyd, woke corporations and ...
Horace Cooper discusses woke prosecutors

Woke Prosecutors Create “Lose-Lose” Situation for Police, Public /
Crime rates across America are rising, with increasing instances of violent crime being particularly disturbing. There is often a consistency in explaining why things are out of control – public officials who betray the public trust regarding sound law enforcement ...

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