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HUD Ditches Diversity Goals, Black Activists Applaud

HUD Ditches Diversity Goals, Black Activists Applaud

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Cost and Availability of Public Housing Should Be Prioritized Over Racial Demographics, Say Project 21 Leaders Washington D.C. – New plans by the Trump Administration ...
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White House Seeks Traction on Criminal Justice Reform

White House Seeks Traction on Criminal Justice Reform

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In a roundtable discussion earlier this week with governors, state attorneys general and members of his cabinet, President Donald Trump sought to broker a compromise for ...
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More Cops = More Crime? Project 21 Leader Says “Those Talking Points are Killing People”

More Cops = More Crime? Project 21 Leader Says “Those Talking Points are Killing People”

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In the war against terrorism, the tactics of President George W. Bush were repeatedly derided by critics as a better recruitment tool for terrorism than ...
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About Project 21

Project 21 is an initiative of The National Center for Public Policy Research to promote the views of African-Americans whose entrepreneurial spirit, dedication to family and commitment to individual responsibility have not traditionally been echoed by the nation’s civil rights establishment.

Project 21 participants have been interviewed by hundreds of media outlets, including the O’Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, the CNN Morning News, Black Entertainment Television’s Lead Story, America’s Black Forum, the McLaughlin Group, C-SPAN’s Morning Journal and the Rush Limbaugh, Michael Reagan, Sean Hannity, G. Gordon Liddy and Larry King shows, as well as in newspapers such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times and many others.

Project 21 participants live all over the U.S. and have a variety of careers. What they have in common is a desire to make America a better place for African-Americans, and all Americans, to live and work. Project 21 members do this in a variety of ways in their own communities, and, through Project 21, by writing opinion editorials for newspapers, participating in public policy discussions on radio and television, by participating in policy panels, by giving speeches before student, business and community groups, and by advising policymakers at the national, state and local levels.

Project 21: A History

Project 21 is an initiative of The National Center for Public Policy Research to promote the views of African-Americans whose entrepreneurial spirit, sense of family and commitment to individual responsibility have not traditionally been echoed by the nation’s civil rights establishment. This became most obvious during the April 1992 riots in Los Angeles, when the media provided extended coverage of the reaction of liberal civil rights leaders to the events surrounding the Rodney King controversy. Curiously, the media made little mention of those in the African-American community who spoke out in favor of law and order and individual responsibility – and against the rioting.

Rather than merely complain about the lack of attention given to conservative and moderate African-Americans as typified by the coverage of the riots, The National Center for Public Policy Research convened a meeting of conservative and moderate African-American activists in mid-1992 to determine whether it was feasible to construct a network to bring conservative and moderate voices in the black community to the attention of the media. The answer was yes, and Project 21 was born. By March of 1993, Project 21 secured the necessary funding to hire a full-time coordinator to pursue its goals. Project 21’s mission includes the active promotion of conservative and moderate viewpoints by Project 21’s network of members in the media, and the ongoing recruitment of new members to be promoted.

Project 21 acts as a public relations network for moderate and conservative African-Americans, and is interested in promoting those African-Americans who want to discuss their beliefs not only in the privacy of their own homes but in thousands, sometimes millions, of homes across America. Whether a member is a talented writer, articulate speaker, dedicated policy analyst or just have interesting viewpoints on important issues, Project 21 is there to help its members get recognition.

Project 21 has enjoyed enormous success. Project 21’s network of African-American moderates and conservatives have been interviewed by hundreds of newspapers, talk radio shows and television programs throughout the country. Participants have been featured on such programs as CNN & Company, CNN Morning News, The McLaughlin Group, C-SPAN’s Morning Journal, Larry King, Rush Limbaugh, The Michael Reagan Show, BET’s Our Voices, and America’s Black Forum as well as in newspapers such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Detroit News, USA Today, The Cleveland Plain-Dealer, and many others.

Project 21 members have been published, quoted or interviewed over 35,000 times since the program was launched in 1992.

Project 21 first burst into attention following the release of Black America 1994: Changing Direction in January 1994. A 77-page volume, Black America 1994 is a comprehensive assessment of the challenges and opportunities facing the African-American community. A collection of 15 essays written by Project 21 participants, the report addressed important contemporary issues including economic stagnation, crime, education, health, welfare, and the disintegration of the black family.

In the weeks following the report’s release, its contributors participated in several hundred media interviews, and Project 21 received nearly 5,000 requests for information and numerous offers of support.

Project 21 released a major report, The Health Care Ghetto: African-Americans and Health Care Reform, at a National Press Club press conference in August, 1994. The report was the first of its kind to analyze how various health care reform initiatives would affect minority communities.

In January 1995, Project 21 released a second annual report: Black America 1995: A New Beginning. The report consisted of 38 essays by Project 21 members on topics ranging from the information superhighway to crime. In January 1996, a series of profiles were released of black conservatives and moderates who shun government spending and embrace greater community involvement as the way to solve problems. Black America 1996: A Time for Renewal also included an agenda created by black conservatives and moderates outlining what government needs to do – and what it needs to stop doing – if people are going to start solving their own problems.

In 1997, following two years of research, Project 21 released an in-depth report: Black America 1997: How Government Harms Charities… And How Some are Succeeding Anyway. Until now, it has not been widely known that humanitarian groups suffer from government’s regulatory harassment. The 90-page report received front page newspaper coverage in Washington D.C. and led to calls from lawmakers interested in repealing the regulations that harm the ability of charities to help the poor.

Project 21 also has taken a lead role in bringing to public attention the fact that a substantial number of government environmental rules have a disproportionately negative economic impact on minorities. In addition to assisting with the research and publication of over 60 studies, op-eds and press releases on this topic in recent years, in 2002, joining with the John P. McGovern Center for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs to form a Center for Environmental Justice, Project 21 released a comprehensive econometric analysis of the impact of so-called “smart growth” regulations on minorities. The study, “Smart Growth and Its Effects on Housing Markets: The New Segregation” was published in November, 2002.

Project 21 is also actively involved in educating the public on proposals to empower communities rather than the government. For instance, Project 21 was instrumental in promoting the ideas incorporated in the Community Renewal Act, sponsored by Reps. Jim Talent (R-MO) and J.C. Watts (R-OK) in the 105th Congress. Project 21’s Contract with Black America, proposed to the leadership of the Republican Congress in January 1995, started the process that eventually led to the crafting of the Community Renewal Act.

Press Releases

HUD Ditches Diversity Goals, Black Activists Applaud

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Cost and Availability of Public Housing Should Be Prioritized Over Racial Demographics, Say Project 21 Leaders Washington D.C. – New plans by the Trump Administration to refocus public housing policy on supply and affordability rather than diversity are being applauded by members of the Project 21 black leadership network. This policy change rescinds an Obama-era mandate that is “actually suffocating investment in some of our most distressed neighborhoods,” according to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson. “Public housing isn’t supposed to be permanent housing,” said Project 21 Co-Chairman Council Nedd II, who is also an ...
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Black Activists Condemn Anti-White Remarks by New York Times Editorial Writer

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Lack of Action by the Times Shows “Leftist Privilege,” Says Project 21 Leader Washington, D.C. – Anti-white social media posts made by newly-hired New York Times editorial writer Sarah Jeong are “vulgar” and “racist,” say members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who note the inconsistency and irresponsibility of the newspaper in dealing with intolerant statements by its staff. “Sarah Jeong’s comments are antithetical in an age when we should be moving beyond racism to embrace our greater American identity,” said Project 21 member Rich Holt, a political consultant. “This racist liberal engages in a divisive anti-white narrative that is just as ...
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Black Leaders Applaud New Trump Administration Fuel Efficiency Rule

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Washington, D.C. – Because of its ability to make new cars and light trucks safer and more affordable, the Trump Administration’s proposed rule to freeze a fuel efficiency mandate imposed on vehicle manufacturers by the previous administration is being applauded by the Project 21 black leadership network. This regulatory relief was specifically recommended in Project 21’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” as a way to lower economic barriers and increase opportunity for small businesses and low-income households, among other groups. “We commend the Trump Administration for its common-sense approach to fuel economy standards. It’s essential to have ...
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Black Leaders Urge “Minority Impact Assessments” for All New Federal Regulations to Prevent Disparate Impact

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Washington, D.C. - Excessive regulation stifles economic growth and has a disproportionate negative impact on small businesses, say members of the Project 21 black leadership network. To prevent any new and unnecessary hardship due to overregulation, Project 21’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” recommends reining in agenda-driven government agencies by requiring “Minority Impact Assessments” that preemptively determine and remedy how new federal regulations might harm minority communities. “Regulations come at a cost. In the past, the government has imposed regulations while only occasionally assessing the associated costs to the overall economy. We almost never ask if marginalized ...
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Black Leaders Applaud Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court

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Washington, D.C. – Applauding President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, members of the Project 21 black leadership network praise Judge Kavanaugh’s dedication to the Constitution and his impressive record of accomplishment. “This is a judicial grand slam! As someone familiar with Judge Kavanaugh’s record, I can say that – though the left may be upset – those who love our Constitution will be thrilled,” said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper, a former professor of constitutional law at George Mason University and senior counsel to congressional leadership. “His record in over 300 opinions ...
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Race-Neutral College Admissions Action Applauded by Black Activists

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Project 21 Offers Recommendations Complementary to Trump Administration Move to Help Black Students Succeed Washington, D.C. – Black students will be more likely to succeed in higher education thanks to new action by the Trump Administration against race preferences in school admissions, say members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who offer additional guidance toward the same goal. “I’ve always felt that acceptance to higher education should be merit-based and means-tested. I believe President Trump is wise to rescind the aggressive Obama-era affirmative action directive for the use of race in student admissions,” said Project 21 member Dr. Carol ...
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Give Blacks Equal Voting Rights: Put an End to Schemes That Dilute the Black Vote, Black Leaders Say

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Washington, DC - Although poll taxes and literacy tests have been illegal for many decades, blacks are still being denied their rights to fully participate in elections today, according to the black leadership network Project 21. While the techniques used now to restrict the black vote are more subtle and sophisticated, Project 21 says, the end result is the same: Blacks aren't being given an equal voice in elections. To ensure that every black citizen has an equal voice in selecting elected officials at all levels of government, as intended by the 1963 Voting Rights Act, Project 21 recommends specific voting reforms ...
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Institutions of Faith are Critically Important to Black Progress, Black Leaders Say

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Project 21 Releases Plan to Reinvigorate Black Churches, Including Tax Incentives for Supporting Church Day Care and Schools, Bans of Race-Based Abortions and Ending Federal Restrictions on Church Speech Washington, D.C. – Black churches have long been the most important institutions in the black community and reinvigorating them is critically important to further black progress, according to the black leadership network Project 21. Project 21 is urging policymakers to create Tax Credit Scholarships that would allow individuals and businesses to earn tax credits for donations in support of church-sponsored daycare and K-12 educational programs. This recommendation – one of seven ...
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Black Leaders Praise Trump Administration for Helping Make New Vehicles Safer, Cheaper

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Rollback of CAFE Mandate Is Compliant with Project 21’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” Washington, D.C. - The Project 21 black leadership network is thanking two members of President Trump’s cabinet for easing regulations that disproportionately hurt black Americans and jeopardized driver safety. Noting that excessive regulatory costs are among the most significant non-racial obstacles to black economic progress, Project 21 thanked Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt for their decision to roll back Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) vehicle emissions standards.  Project 21 deems this action to be “Blueprint Compliant,” ...
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Empower Black Americans Long After Juneteenth is Over

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"Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America" Could Improve Lives of Millions Washington, DC - Celebrating "Juneteenth," the oldest and most popular commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States, leaders of the Project 21 black activist organization urge black Americans seeking more opportunity and prosperity to question political beliefs that have failed them. Project 21's new "Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America" furthers Juneteenth's goals of self-improvement and stronger communities by offering innovative policies that address longstanding problems affecting black households. "Blacks and conservatives both value freedom, and that's what Juneteenth is all about. It's ...
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Stop Forcing Black Citizens to Subsidize Non-Citizens

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Prohibit Illegal Immigrants from Accessing Public Services Washington, DC - Illegal immigrants should be prohibited from accessing all but emergency public services because the cost of these services unfairly and disproportionately falls on black families, according to the black leadership network Project 21 in its "Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America." The Blueprint is Project 21's 57-point plan for removing barriers blocking blacks from empowerment and ensuring that they have their chance of attaining the American dream. The influx of millions of illegal immigrants has strained public services and placed a disproportionate burden on black communities, Project 21 notes ...
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Make Schools Serving Black Students Better Through Competition

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... Make Them Safer By Arming Personnel, Black Leaders Say Washington, D.C. – Students trapped in failing schools can be freed by encouraging competition among public schools through the provision of vouchers and “Tax Credit Scholarships,” according to the black leadership network Project 21 in the latest installment of its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” Project 21 suggests funding these programs by reducing funding for schools failing to meet certain minimum academic standards and by replacing the “Presidential Campaign Fund” tax form check-off with one supporting needs-based educational support. Education is considered the key to upward mobility, ...
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Black Leaders Urge Repeal of Gas and “Sin Taxes” to Level Playing Field for Minorities

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Washington, D.C. – Excise taxes should be repealed because they harm the poor disproportionately by requiring them to pay a higher portion of their incomes in taxes, say members of the Project 21 black leadership network. In its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” Project 21 calls for repealing both gasoline taxes and “sin taxes” on items such as alcohol, soda, tobacco, non-tobacco nicotine products and fatty foods. This, they say, will reduce the burden on those who are economically at risk. “With fuel prices on the rise, repealing taxes that can add up to 60 cents per ...
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Big Government’s Focus on Fines and Fees Disparately Impacts Poor, Minority Communities

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Black Leaders Offer Better Deal From the Criminal Justice System Washington, D.C. – Law enforcement agencies focus too much on revenue-generating activities that have a negative impact on poor and minority communities, further straining the relationship between police and the communities they serve, according to the black leadership network Project 21. As part of its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” Project 21 recommends 10 criminal justice reforms. Among them: Requiring convictions be obtained before assets are forfeited, prohibiting incarceration for fine-only misdemeanors, requiring fines and forfeitures go to general funds rather than an enforcing agency’s budget and ...
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Is Starbucks-Style “Racial Bias Training” Discriminatory?

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Black Activists Ask Justice Department, EEOC to Investigate “Troubling Trend” Targeting Employees’ Race and Gender Washington, DC. – Over 8,000 Starbucks locations nationwide will close today to counsel approximately 175,000 employees about how to avoid their “implicit bias… [to] ensure everyone inside a Starbucks store feels safe and welcome.” Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), at the request of the Project 21 black leadership network, are considering whether to investigate if such training is actually a violation of Starbucks employees’ civil rights. Last month, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson mandated company-wide “racial bias training” ...
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Black Leaders Meet With Ben Carson and Praise the Secretary for his Work Requirement Proposal for Subsidized Housing

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HUD Welfare Reform Efforts “Compliant” With Project 21’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” Washington, DC. – During a meeting with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson, representatives from the Project 21 black leadership network informed him that a welfare reform measure he had proposed is considered by Project 21 to be “Blueprint Compliant.” This means the proposal, allowing local housing authorities to institute work requirements for eligibility in subsidized housing, is considered consistent with a recommendation included in the organization’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” “Secretary Carson is creating a path for ...
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Better Deal for Black College Students: Make Schools Meet Minimum Graduation Rates, Stop Tuition Inflation and End Campus Segregation

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Black Leaders Suggest Linking Federal Student Aid to Policies That Help Black Students Succeed Washington, D.C. – Failures by K-12 school systems to prepare black students for college are compounded by inadequate college admissions policies and support programs, according to the black leadership network Project 21. This, the group says, can make black students’ completion of a college education a difficult prospect. As part of its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” Project 21 recommends tying federal student financial aid eligibility to minimum graduation rates as a means of incentivizing colleges to provide black students with the support ...
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Black Leaders Praise Proposed Food Stamp Work Requirement in Farm Bill

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Provision “Compliant” With Project 21’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” Washington, D.C. – A provision of the “Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018” (HR 2, the “Farm Bill”) requiring able-bodied recipients who receive food stamp benefits to work is “Blueprint Compliant,” according to the black leadership network Project 21. This means it is consistent with a recommendation included in the group’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America,” says the group. “We don’t live in a world of unlimited resources. We absolutely must separate out the greedy from the needy,” said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper. “When those ...
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Black Leaders Urge Reduced Police Role in Regulatory Enforcement, Increased Autism Training and Gun Legalization to Improve Community-Police Relations

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Costs to be Covered by Disarming Federal Agencies Washington, DC. – To improve community-police relations, police should get out of the regulation business, be given greater training in identifying and dealing with those with autism and other cognitive disabilities, build stronger bonds with the communities they serve by offering gun safety training and be given greater recognition for the good deeds they do. These innovative policy proposals and more are being offered by the Project 21 black leadership network as part of its “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” Tens of thousands of police officers from across the nation ...
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A Better Deal for Black Employment Demanded by Black Leaders

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Project 21 Calls for Repeal of Discriminatory Laws Hindering Black Economic Prosperity Washington, D.C. – Jim Crow-era regulations created for the express purpose of denying blacks economic opportunity are still on the books and must be repealed to promote black prosperity, according to the Project 21 black leadership network in its forthcoming “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” Recommendations in Project 21’s Blueprint meant to encourage employment opportunities for black communities are being released just after the U.S. Department of Labor announced its April jobs report. While the latest jobs report indicates that the overall black unemployment rate ...
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New Visions Commentary

Packing at the Pulpit: This Man of God May Arm Himself to Protect His Flock, by Bishop Council Nedd II

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As a law enforcement officer, I can and do carry a gun almost anywhere.  But I never take it to my other workplace – a church.  Besides being a state constable, I’m also a church rector and an Anglican bishop.  I am, however, rethinking that personal gun ban for the greater good. My reconsideration began while I was trying to enjoy my post-church nap.  I was awoken by multiple chirps from my phone.  People were texting me about another church shooting.  Some craven individual – for motives still not entirely known – opened fire in a scared space in Sutherland ...
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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 party's entire slate with a single notation. Straight-ticket voting has been in effect in Michigan since 1891. The ban on straight-ticket voting would have required voters to cast votes for individual candidates. At first glance, one might think, "if it isn't broke, why fix it?" Or perhaps it might appear, ...
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A Woman on the $20 Bill? Make Her an Entrepreneur, by David W. Almasi

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There's a campaign underway to remove President Andrew Jackson's face from the $20 bill and replace it with a woman as a way of "promoting gender equality." The group Women on 20s wants Jackson's portrait removed in time for the 2020 centennial of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. They also, of course, want to "make our money more egalitarian, inclusive and an affirmation of American values." This group, however, doesn't just want any woman. They want a woman of their own choosing. They will send President Barack Obama the specific woman they think should grace ...
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Audit the Fed, but Be Careful Who Gets That Power, by Hughey Newsome

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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is leading 30 other senators in legislation to "audit the Fed." The Federal Reserve, America's central bank, sets monetary policy and oversees financial institutions. Senator Paul's bill would make the institution more transparent by allowing an auditor to report to Congress about its deliberations. Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) introduced similar legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives. This is a cause Senator Paul and his father, former congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul, have long championed. It would place a check on the independence of a powerful, yet largely unknown, institution. Reining in the Fed is ...
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Uber Fights Cab Discrimination, by Gianno Caldwell

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There was a time when actor Danny Glover made national news because, as a black man, he said he couldn't get a cab to stop for him. That was before the Uber ridesharing service that is now challenging the cab industry — and winning when it comes to service. I understood Glover's situation. As a black man going to school and working in downtown Chicago while living in the South Side, I relied on public transportation because it was nearly impossible to get a cab to go into my predominantly black neighborhood. There was one time when I left school ...
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Hands Off: Don’t Raid Your Retirement Accounts! by Fred Banyon

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After the Great Recession of 2008, an unpleasant phenomena resurfaced. Because of financial distress from the recession, a large number of Americans began tapping into their secured retirement savings. African-Americans and Hispanics were the groups that dipped into these sacred instruments the most. According to a 2012 study by Ariel Investments and AON Hewitt, African-American employees took these "hardship withdrawals" more than any other ethnic group. Fully, 8.8 percent of African-Americans took hardship withdrawals in 2010 as compared to 3.2 percent of Hispanics, 1.7 percent of whites and just 1.2 percent of Asian workers. Because these assets are designed for ...
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Obama Immigration Policy Questions His Commitment to Making Black Lives Matter, by Ted Hayes

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In a nation of immigrants, do black lives matter? Apparently not, because black lives are effectively being ethno-racially cleansed from American society by an illegal alien invasion and a growing occupation of our neighborhoods. How? Black America is being challenged by what's been dubbed by its supporters as "comprehensive immigration reform." It is routinely suggested by U.S. presidents, other politicians and even leaders of the black establishment that America is a nation of immigrants. Not all of us are truly immigrants! That sentiment is misleading and wrong because it ignores the fact that so many blacks are not the successors ...
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Obama’s Economy Is Only Successful If Success Is Redefined, by Derryck Green

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When it comes to the American economy, there is little success to celebrate unless success is defined downward. Under President Obama, the economic success that's being celebrated essentially papers over the pain of millions of struggling Americans. Obama devoted a significant portion of his uninspiring State of the Union address in January to his alleged desire to revive "middle class economics." It's seemingly nothing more than a continuation of his class warfare campaign rhetoric that pushes wealth redistribution in lieu of actual job creation and stability. Proof of Obama's lack of a real economic plan can be seen in his ...
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Fiscal Literacy Needed to Avoid Poverty Traps, by Fred Banyon

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In Arizona, the governor recently signed legislation requiring that high school students pass a civics exam before they graduate. It's the same test the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service gives to prospective citizens. As one state senator explained, "a minimal understanding of American civics is of real value." Don't stop there! Students in Arizona and everywhere also should meet a financial literacy requirement. We have graduates who cannot balance a checkbook and don't realize the power of saving. To some, it's more important to have nice stuff than prepare for the future. A survey commissioned by Bankrate found more than ...
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Obama Should Work with the New Congress to Reinstate the Clinton-GOP Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996, by Gianno Caldwell

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After 50 years of America's "War on Poverty" yielding little progress at much expense, how can we more effectively provide opportunity for our least fortunate brothers and sisters? In 1996, with a divided government similar to what we have now, a Republican Congress and President Bill Clinton created and signed the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act. It reformed traditional welfare by linking government benefits to recipients performing regular work or community service jobs. It also provided federal funding to the states for child care benefits for working parents and some medical coverage, and it permitted states flexibility in designing ...
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Low Gas Prices Could Ultimately Hurt U.S. Economy, by Fred Banyon

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Although the prices at the pump are nice these days, the cost of oil should probably be a little bit higher. Sorry. There's celebration because the Dow Jones Industrial Average recently reached a new high of over 18,000, but some stock market experts think the market is long overdue for a correction. This should be cause for concern, but not panic or reason for an outright exodus of equities. For one thing, there's historical precedent. An Oppenheimer Funds study has shown that, on average, there have been two "bear markets" per decade. A bear market happens when there is a ...
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The “Black Lives Matter” Slogan Ignores Self-Destructive Behavior, by Derryck Green

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"Black Lives Matter" is a great slogan. As a black man, I agree that black lives matter just as much as the lives of any of our racial counterparts. But chanting, marching and hashtag activism isn't going to work unless we also are willing to see the big-picture problems affecting black America. Here's a hint: making black lives matter has little to do with institutional racism, white privilege and white cops. One website organizing people pushing "black lives matter" calls it "a slogan under which black people can unite to end state sanctioned violence both in Ferguson, but also across ...
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To Improve Race Relations, Don’t Suppress Your Race, by Stacy Washington

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Writers at Salon.com are a very unhappy bunch. Salon features articles about how depressing it is to be an American, how much life sucks for various victim groups and how everyone on the right side of the ideological spectrum is a liar. You get my drift. So I wasn't shocked to see a piece by Priscilla Ward talking about suppressing herself to please white people. Being the braver sort, I dove in — ready to be enthralled by her tales of liberal woe. It actually wasn't fun reading about Ward's angst-laden days and insistence upon sustaining a double life. Her ...
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Blacks’ “Wartime” Mentality Disregarding Opportunity Makes Them Their Own Worst Enemy, by Christopher Arps

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Noted author and intellectual Shelby Steele, a black conservative, once wrote: "It is time for blacks to begin the shift from a wartime to a peacetime identity, from fighting for opportunity to the seizing of it." It's true. And even though blacks still seem to suffer disproportionately, we now have the opportunity to remedy our problems in ways never before possible. We need to open our minds. When black people fought deep-seated racism and Jim Crow laws that made it next to impossible for most of us to have any real sort of upward mobility in America, groupthink and group ...
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Important Questions and a Few Easy Steps to Stop an American Ebola Outbreak, by Kevin L. Martin

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In fighting Ebola, President Obama has repeated his strategy from the Libyan revolution and is leading from behind. As public anxiety spiked at a fever pitch, the President and his staff made pronouncements and took actions leaving more questions than answers. It's no way to address a potentially growing threat to public health. There's good reason to be concerned, as the White House seems incompetent — or, at least, detached — when it comes to preserving public wellbeing. It's time for real answers. It may not be comfortable or good political optics, but lingering questions may cost lives. First off, ...
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How to Make Media Coverage of Race a Force for Unity, by Hughey Newsome

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Like most Americans, I anxiously awaited the decision of the Ferguson grand jury. My concern was not about how the grand jury tasked with assessing the case against Officer Darren Wilson might rule. I trusted it to act fairly in dealing with the death of Michael Brown. My concern lies with the way the media conducts itself. During the civil rights era, the media played a critical and beneficial role. The media allowed Americans in the North to see firsthand the atrocities committed against African-Americans in the South. Media coverage helped generate the emotion needed and help stiffen resolve to ...
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Eric Garner Was Killed by New York Tax Collectors, by Shelby Emmett

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Some of the greatest people in my life are black men. All of these great black men are heroes to me in some way. They are amazing fathers and hard workers whose work goes unheralded. These black men are my shoulders to cry on. They are a helping hand. They include big brothers and former boyfriends. They are BFFs and study buddies. They are classmates and soulmates. Most of these black men in my life — these heroes — have been stopped by police for dubious reasons. And all were frustrated with the obvious outrageousness of the situations. They have ...
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Hey Ferguson, Is Anyone Listening? by Wayne Dupree

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Charles Barkley has come under fire in the liberal mainstream media (MSM) for calling the Ferguson rioters "scumbags." These are the rioters who looted and burned approximately 20 buildings in Ferguson, crippling small businesses and causing yet-unknown financial damages. I don't want to diminish Mr. Barkley's characterization of the rioters because I've made similar characterizations. But the Berkeley interview, in its entirety, was a thoughtful and reasoned approach on the Ferguson verdict as well as his strong feelings about black culture and issues within the black community. Anyone who didn't take the time to watch didn't hear Barkley's thoughtful perspectives ...
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How Liberals Use the False Myth of Voter Suppression to Rally Support – But at the Expense of Better Race Relations, by Hughey Newsome

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In interviews before the midterm elections, NAACP President Cornell William Brooks appeared on news programs to warn, as he did on MSNBC, "this is the first election in a generation where the American electorate is unprotected by the Voting Rights Act." Brooks is not accurate: the Voting Rights Act remains powerful and in effect; only a small portion of the Act, Section 4(b), was struck down last year. What's more, when he asserts that the Act was "gutted," his words imply there is a conspiracy to neuter African-American voters by requiring IDs to vote and rolling back conveniences African-Americans disproportionately ...
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Big Government’s War on Homeless Reveals Need for Compassionate Conservatism, by Archbishop Council Nedd II

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When did big government begin taking food out of the mouths of the homeless? That's happening now. The do-gooder welfare state and the regulatory state have gone to war with one another, and the casualties are America's homeless. It's the dark side of nanny-state liberalism. In Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, a 90-year-old World War II veteran could go to jail for feeding the homeless. To control allegedly expanding homelessness, officials in that city enacted new laws last October discouraging public acts of charity. For "Chef Arnold" Abbott, who has fed the homeless on a weekly basis for 23 years, the fact ...
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Horace Cooper notes that even climate alarmists say Paris accord is ineffective
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 5/31/17)

Horace Cooper debates sanctuary cities and Social Security
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 4/12/17)

Shelby Emmett says Democrats should have approved Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 4/6/17)

Horace Cooper says consumer choice and company profit are both needed in health care
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 3/22/17)

Dutch Martin discusses the new Netflix show “Dear White People”
(Newsradio 790 WAEB’s “Bobby Gunther Walsh Show,” 3/15/17)

Ted Hayes says black Americans should work with President Trump
(Chosen Generation Radio, 2/27/17)

Council Nedd says President Trump’s newest executive order shows he appreciates law enforcement
(Preston Scott Morning Show on WFLA-AM, 2/27/17)

Ted Hayes compares President Trump to Abraham Lincoln
(Phil Cowan on KTKZ 1380, 2/24/17)

Horace Cooper ridicules the idea that President Trump’s immigration executive order is a ‘Muslim ban’
(KLZ 560 AM, 2/23/17)

Horace Cooper discusses the 9th Circuit’s ruling on President Trump’s extreme vetting executive order
(WCHV’s Joe Thomas show, 2/13/17)

Horace Cooper is referred to as “the man I think is America’s greatest constitutional mind” and “my next pick for AG or the Supreme Court,” and discusses the 9th Circuit’s ruling on President Trump’s immigration executive order
(Newsmax TV’s “Behind the Curtain with Jack Burkman,” 2/11/17)

Horace Cooper discusses the UC-Berkeley riots and whether violent protests should be considered protected free speech
(Fox News Channel’s “O’Reilly Factor,” 2/10/17)

Horace Cooper discusses President Trump’s threat to “send in the feds” to fix Chicago carnage
(WGN’s “Legal Face-Off,” 2/6/17)

Horace Cooper discusses Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and Trump’s refugee executive order
(“Bill Martinez Live,” 2/6/17)

Council Nedd II says that by enacting the immigration executive order, President Trump has already done more to fight terrorism than his predecessor
(Fox News Channel’s “The First 100 Days,” 2/3/17)

Council Nedd debates abortion by referencing the Dred Scott case
(Bold TV, 2/3/17)

Horace Cooper discusses Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
(Joe Thomas, WCHV-AM, Charlottesville, 2/2/17)

Horace Cooper explains how President Trump can legally intervene in the Chicago ‘carnage’
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 1/24/17)

Horace Cooper blasts media for coverage of Chicago torture video
(Radio America’s “Dateline Washington,” 1/5/17)

Horace Cooper opposes federal funding of abortion
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 9/30/16)

Council Nedd II says teenagers are too young to be able to decide when to die
(HLN’s “Dr. Drew on Call,” 9/12/16)

Horace Cooper discusses the latest Neighborhood Watch murder
(HLN’s “Dr. Drew,” 8/10/16)

Joe Hicks says black lives only seem to matter when they can be exploited
(“The Glazov Gang,” 7/22/16)

Horace Cooper defends the military and the police
(HLN’s “Dr. Drew,” 7/19/16)

Joe Hicks puts Black Lives Matter under the heat lamp
(Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File,” 7/11/16)

Derryck Green criticizes the Dallas police shootings and the Black Lives Matter movement
(HLN’s “Dr. Drew,” 7/11/16)

Horace Cooper criticizes the trial of Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson
(1240 WJIM-AM’s “The Steve Gruber Show,” 6/28/16)

Horace Cooper gives real-life examples of voter fraud from all over the United States
(“Behind the Curtain with Jack Burkman,” 4/5/16)

Archbishop Council Nedd II addresses the firing of WTAE-Pittsburgh TV news anchor Wendy Bell
(“Behind the Curtain with Jack Burkman,” 4/5/16)

Horace Cooper says dark money is bipartisan and California excels at horrible economic policies
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 3/30/16)

Kevin Martin discusses the Supreme Court nominee, the drug war, and Gitmo detainees
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 3/25/16)

Horace Cooper horrifies his co-panelist by referring to abortionists as “butchers”
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 3/11/16)

Horace Cooper says the exposers of Planned Parenthood should be hailed as good journalists
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 2/3/16)

Hughey Newsome says there are, in fact, conservative alternatives to ObamaCare
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 1/15/16)

Horace Cooper decries single-payer health care and government witch-hunts against conservatives
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 1/13/16)

Stacy Washington criticizes President Obama for not addressing the real issues affecting black Americans
(Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line,” 1/13/16)

Horace Cooper questions whether the U.S. should welcome Syrian refugees
(Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story,” 11/18/15)

Stacy Washington discusses what will and won’t be helpful to the racial climate of the University of Missouri
(Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line,” 11/9/15)

Bishop Council Nedd II says the Black Lives Matter movement is no longer redeemable
(Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line,” 10/30/15)

Horace Cooper says sanctuary cities are a magnet for criminals
(Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story,” 10/27/15)

Kevin Martin supports voter identification requirements
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 10/9/15)

Horace Cooper discusses the affirmative action case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court
(Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line,” 9/25/15)

Emery McClendon explains why he is organizing a rally to expose Al Sharpton’s lies
(Newsmax TV’s “The Hard Line,” 9/18/15)

Emery McClendon explains why he opposes affirmative action in university admissions
(Newsmax TV’s “The Daily Wrap,” 9/18/15)

Horace Cooper says America was safer under President George W. Bush than it is under President Obama
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 9/18/15)

Horace Cooper discusses the release of sealed documents in the midst of rape allegations against Bill Cosby
(HLN’s “Dr. Drew,” 7/21/15)

Horace Cooper discusses the police-related killings of black men
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 4/9/15)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon defends voter ID and decries big government abuses
(MSNBC’s “Hardball,” 3/6/15)

Gianno Caldwell tackles Ukraine, ISIS and other foreign policy issues
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 2/9/15)

Ted Hayes says illegal immigration has black Americans “struggling for our very lives”
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/29/15)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses “free-range parenting” and government overreach
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/28/15)

Ted Hayes discusses Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and race relations
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/22/15)

Kevin Martin discusses infrastructure and the Keystone XL pipeline
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 1/22/15)

Council Nedd says the private sector can maintain roads and infrastructure better than big government
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 1/21/15)

Dr. Day Gardner answers the question, “What would Martin Luther King, Jr. say?”
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/19/15)

Rev. Steven L. Craft shares his unique story of rebirth and redemption
(American Urban Radio Networks, 1/18/15)

Bishop Council Nedd II says Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream was not amnesty for illegal immigrants
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/15/15)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon says race-conscious policies in Buffalo, NY are putting public at risk
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/14/15)

Shelby Emmett warns that President Obama’s “free community college education” idea would NOT be free
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 1/9/15)

Horace Cooper discusses the NON-scandal related to Rep. Steve Scalise
(Sean Hannity’s radio show, 1/5/15)

Horace Cooper discusses whether the federal government should be able to snoop on your cell phone conversations
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 1/2/15)

Shelby Emmett blames New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for much of the anti-police hostility in the city
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 12/29/14)

Shelby Emmett says police officers are given too much power to enforce too many laws
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 12/19/14)

Horace Cooper notes that the Koch brothers failed to achieve their top priority: ending wind subsidies
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 12/17/14)

Horace Cooper says President Obama’s new Cuba policy is “setting a terrible, extremely bad precedent”
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 12/17/14)

Christopher Arps discusses the Obamas’ experiences with perceived racial stereotypes
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 12/17/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon laments that the protestors in Al Sharpton’s march could have been advocating for policies that the black community desperately needs
(Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 12/13/14)

Horace Cooper says, “This blame it on the whitey stuff is dangerous and it is a lie.”
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 12/8/14)

Joe Hicks notes that Eric Garner’s own family doesn’t believe his death is about race. Why can’t America see that?
(Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File,” 12/8/14)

Horace Cooper says the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson and Eric Garner in New York City were very different situations
(Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Power and Politics,” 12/4/14)

Wayne Dupree explains how football players who bought into the “hands up, don’t shoot” rhetoric fumbled the issue on Ferguson
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 12/2/14)

Shelby Emmett responds to Eric Holder’s stated intention to end alleged racial profiling by local police
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 12/2/14)

Joe Hicks says some Ferguson protestors are “just flat-out rejecting facts and evidence”
(Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File,” 11/26/14)

Kevin Martin pitches more community involvement as a means of repairing broken community-cop relations
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 11/28/14)

Shelby Emmett discusses the Ferguson verdict and protests
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 11/25/14)

Horace Cooper discusses the Ferguson decision and protests
(“The Sean Hannity Show,” 11/25/14)

Joe Hicks criticizes the Ferguson rioters
(Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File,” 11/25/14)

Derryck Green says Obama’s amnesty plan is a cynical ploy to institute his ideological vision for America, piece by left-wing piece
(Blaze TV’s “Dana,” 11/20/14)

Horace Cooper blows up a liberal’s attempt to lump Obama’s go-it-alone illegal immigrant amnesty together with compromise plans reached by previous presidential administrations
(Russia Today’s “The Big Picture,” 11/19/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon says the tone of the protests in Ferguson makes it hard for kids to learn the real lessons the situation can offer
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 11/19/14)

Council Nedd II — a fellow “patient zero” — comments on whether Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was treated poorly because he was black
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 10/15/14)

Horace Cooper demolishes critics of voter ID
(Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story,” 10/15/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon wonders why celebrities such as Emma Watson ignore the atrocities committed under sharia law when they complain about slights against women
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 9/25/14)

Kevin Martin wonders if anti-ISIS moderates are really moderate
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 9/23/14)

Hughey Newsome contrasts Obama’s foreign policy as president and as senator
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 9/22/14)

Archbishop Council Nedd II calls ISIS a “virus” deserving of a “drastic” remedy
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 9/17/14)

Horace Cooper discusses President Obama’s potential abuse of federal refugee policy as a means of offering amnesty to illegal immigrants
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 9/12/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses the federal nutritional guidelines that are imposed on schools
(Soul of the South’s “DC Breakdown with Angela Rae,” 9/4/14)

Horace Cooper says “American people expect” Obama to work with Congress on illegal immigration
(Voice of America TV, 8/30/14)

Horace Cooper says police-community relations could be improved by common sense
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 8/28/14)

Dutch Martin points out how illegal immigration hurts legal immigrants in particular and hurts America as a whole
(“The Final Say” radio show, 8/27/14)

Horace Cooper criticizes Al Sharpton for his lack of true concern about civil rights
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 8/21/14)

Archbishop Council Nedd II, Michael Dozier and Kevin Martin discuss the Ferguson controversy
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 8/20/14)

Joe Hicks insists America is no longer a “cesspool” of racism
(NewsMaxTV’s “Midpoint,” 8/20/14)

Wayne Dupree debates the current state of race in America
(NewsMaxTV’s “Midpoint,” 8/20/14)

Horace Cooper says politicians, protestors and the mainstream media have created a false narrative about the Michael Brown shooting
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 8/19/14)

Nadra Enzi calls the Ferguson rioters “criminals” and gives his full support to the police and National Guard trying to keep order there
(NewsMaxTV’s “Midpoint,” 8/19/14)

Joe Hicks disputes the portrayal of Ferguson police as “inherently racist”
(CNN, 8/19/14)

Wayne Dupree critiques media coverage of the Ferguson, MO controversy
(CNN, 8/19/14)

Alveda King says the “no justice, no peace” slogan in Ferguson, MO should replaced with “pray[ing] for peace”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends First,” 8/19/14)

Wayne Dupree says Al Sharpton is looking out for himself, not for the people of Ferguson, MO
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show, 8/18/14)

Joe Hicks shares his concerns for justice amidst the anger and politicization of the Michael Brown shooting
(Fox11-Los Angeles, 8/19/14)

Christopher Arps dispels myths about the rioting in St. Louis, MO
(The Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 8/12/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon says current plans to put many of the illegal immigrant children now being held by the government into foster care is a strategy that is “ripe for abuse”
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 8/7/14)

Christopher Arps says even formerly-loyal blacks are losing faith in Barack Obama
(One America News Network’s “The Rick Amato Show,” 7/16/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses black support for voter ID
(Soul of the South’s “D.C. Breakdown,” 6/17/14)

Horace Cooper tackles liberal illogic favoring affirmative action
(MSNBC’s “Hardball,” 4/22/14)

Joe Hicks says claims of broad employment discrimination no longer make sense in an age when we have a black president and black attorney general
(NBC, 4/22/14)

Horace Cooper and Shelby Emmett discuss the Supreme Court ruling in the race preferences case of Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action
(American Urban Radio Network, 4/22/14)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon dispels misconceptions surrounding Hobby Lobby’s case against ObamaCare’s contraceptive mandate
(RT Network’s “The Big Picture,” 3/20/14)

Shelby Emmett questions whether economic boycotts are the best way to reform the “stand your ground” law in Florida
(TVOne’s “NewsOne Now,” 3/11/14)

Stacy Swimp promotes the flat tax as a way to reform the IRS
( Arise America’s “Arise Xchange,” 3/10/14)

Stacy Swimp participates in a press conference of pastors opposed to redefining marriage to include same-sex couples
(Detroit press conference, 2/24/14)

Horace Cooper discusses whether felons should be allowed to regain voting privileges
(CNN’s “The Situation Room,” 2/19/14)

Horace Cooper debates whether Americans have a free speech right to flash their headlights to warn other motorists of a speed trap, and other issues
(Sean Hannity’s radio show, 2/6/14)

Huey Newsome says solid families and a good education are what really levels the playing field in the employment market
(Fox News Channel’s “Special Report with Bret Baier,” 1/24/14)

Horace Cooper explains how school choice policies could help deal with perceived disciplinary overreach in our nation’s schools
(TVOne’s “NewsOne Now,” 1/9/14)

Horace Cooper promotes lowering the minimum wage in some instances as a means of making black teenagers in particular more employable
(TVOne’s “NewsOne Now,” 1/9/14)

Stacy Washington discusses Saturday Night Live’s hiring of a black female
(Fusion’s “America with Jorge Ramos,” 1/7/14)

Christopher Arps discusses the recent “knockout game” indictment
(“The Rick Amato Show,” 12/31/13)

Horace Cooper debates the DOJ’s decision to charge “knockout game” defendant with a hate crime
(Fox News Channel’s “O’Reilly Factor,” 12/27/13)

Horace Cooper discusses the Navy Yard shooting, the latest George Zimmerman controversy and a sorority’s practice of not pledging black applicants
(Arise TV’s “Left, Right and Middle,” 9/19/13)

Bob Parks discusses the lack of ideological diversity among the March on Washington commemoration speakers
(Fox 5 in Washington, D.C., 8/30/13)

Horace Cooper defends voter ID laws
(Blaze TV’s “Glenn Beck Program,” 8/29/13)

Charles Butler notes the pointed lack of optimism found in President Obama’s March on Washington commemoration speech
(Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 8/28/13)

Horace Cooper debates the progress of black America
(Arise TV, 8/28/13)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses the explosion of senseless violence in America and the Obama Administration’s inconsistent approach to incidents that appear to include a racial component
(Sean Hannity’s nationally-syndicated radio show, 8/27/13)

Horace Cooper debates an attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin on the topic of racial violence
(Sean Hannity’s nationally-syndicated radio show, 8/26/13)

Jerome Hudson discusses Martin Luther King, Jr., racial violence and fatherhood
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/24/13)

Horace Cooper says he looks at the March on Washington anniversary with a “bit of sadness”
(WUSA-TV in Washington D.C., 8/24/13)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses the modern civil rights movement, racial violence and ObamaCare
(WMAL-DC, 8/24/13)

Horace Cooper debates about whether there is a clear and present danger presented by racism in modern American society
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 8/16/13)

Derryck Green discusses “race fatigue” as it pertains to the politicization of Trayvon Martin’s death
(WMAL-DC, 8/10/13)

Hughey Newsome offers constructive advice on America’s race problem following the not-guilty verdict of George Zimmerman
(Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Power and Politics,” 7/19/13)

Horace Cooper discusses how the post-Zimmerman protests are hurting financial interests in poor and minority communities
(Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” 7/16/13)

Stacy Swimp supports doing away with the minimum wage
(AriseTV, 6/27/13)

Horace Cooper discusses the effect that the Supreme Court’s Fisher v. Texas decision will have on race-based college and university admissions policies
(AriseTV, 6/24/13)

Dutch Martin reflects on the role of fathers
(KDKA 1020-AM, 6/14/13)

Charles Butler calls Sen. Rand Paul’s conservative outreach effort to minorities at Horward University “a courageous thing” that yielded “great questions” and “great answers”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/11/13)

Council Nedd II advocates ignoring liberal hatred toward black consevatives and instead concentrating on working for change
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/8/13)

Reginald Jones says he has received death threats because of his conservative beliefs, and claims “liberals believe that they own black America”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/8/13)

Kevin Martin says being called ugly names because of his political beliefs is “a badge of dag-gone honor for me”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/8/13)

Stacy Swimp encourages conservatives to show blacks how they are fighting for their well-being and opportunity
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/8/13)

Council Nedd II advocates ignoring liberal hatred toward black consevatives and instead concentrating on working for change
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/8/13)

Horace Cooper debates race preferences in college admissions
(AriseTV, 3/22/13)

Horace Cooper discusses the murder trial of a West Philly abortion doctor
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 3/22/13)

Charles Butler discusses conservative outreach to blacks and other minorities
(TVOne’s “Washington Watch,” 3/17/13)

Horace Cooper calls the Shelby County case before the Supreme Court a “very close call”
(Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 2/27/13)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon defends voter ID laws
(RT’s The Big Picture,” 2/26/13)

Horace Cooper defends the case for reforming the Voting Rights Act
(MSNBC’s “Up With Chris,” 2/23/13)

Horace Cooper criticizes the civil rights enforcement shift from “racism punishment” to “racism prevention”
(MSNBC’s “Up With Chris,” 2/23/13)

Horace Cooper debates the Voting Rights Act
(MSNBC’s “Up With Chris,” 2/23/13)

Niger Innis says crooks are “armed and don’t give a darn about gun control”
(“Black Leaders Speak Out on Gun Control” press conference at the National Press Club, 2/22/13)

Stacy Swimp notes that historically, there has been “a correlation, a direct relation, between gun control and black people control”
(“Black Leaders Speak Out on Gun Control” press conference at the National Press Club, 2/22/13)

Derryck Green says the Obama birth control mandate compromise is not enough
(Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 2/5/13)

Charles Butler blames weak politicians for Chicago’s gun violence
(Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 1/31/13)

Stacy Washington says Vice President Biden doesn’t understand the Second Amendment
(Blaze TV’s “Real News,” 1/25/13)

Horace Cooper discusses the potential abuse of “black box” information gathered in private cars
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 1/3/13)

Deneen Borelli discusses women in combat and coffeeshops
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 5/27/12)

Deneen Borelli says Nancy Pelosi is “exaggerating” about Chinese human rights advances
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 5/20/12)

Deneen Borelli says President Obama has “thrown the black community… under the bus” with the announcement of his support for same-sex marriage.
(Fox News Channel’s “Happening Now,” 5/15/12)

Deneen Borelli notes that it is good to know that the war on terrorism is still taking the fight to the terrorists’ bases rather than only concentrating on frisking American kids and the elderly in airports.
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 5/13/12)

Deneen Borelli debates gay marriage, Islamic law and gender politics
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 5/6/12)

Deneen Borelli says that Obama and Holder are partly responsible for the “ginned up” racial tensions over the Trayvon Martin shooting
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/9/12)

Deneen Borelli discusses presidential responsibility, missile defense, and ObamaCare
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 3/31/12)

Deneen Borelli says Obama’s energy policy is “a war against hard-working Americans”
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 3/30/12)

Deneen Borelli says Obama needs to control Trayvon-related radicalism
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 3/29/12)

Deneen Borelli discusses the Left’s war on free speech
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 3/22/12)

Deneen Borelli discusses Alexandra Pelosi’s new film short of people in line at a New York City welfare office
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 3/19/12)

Deneen Borelli discusses discrimination against black conservatives
(GBTV.com, 3/13/12)

Deneen Borelli talks about the state of the economy and a potential new green crony capitalist mishap involving the Danish carmaker Fisker
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 3/10/12)

Deneen Borelli says Obama has done more to push people to welfare than to stabilize the American economy
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/6/12)

Deneen Borelli talks about assaults on faith by entertainers and the Obama Administration
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 2/13/12)

Horace Cooper criticizes President Obama’s attempt to claim a compromise has been made on his birth control mandate
(WLEA-Hornell, 2/10/12)

Horace Cooper discusses his paper on “ghost voting” and the need for stronger protections against ballot fraud
(CNSNews, 2/1/12)

Horace Cooper discusses the “heavy handed” federal cell phone assault with the director of the NTSB
(WAMU’s “The Diane Rehm Show,” 12/15/11)

Horace Cooper pans federal pressure for a cell phone ban while driving
(Canada’s Global Television, 12/14/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses NYU courses about Occupy Wall Street as well as criticism of the Rudolph story
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 12/10/11)

Deneen Borelli says President Obama is “responsible for our failed economy and high unemployment”
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 12/10/11)

Deneen Borelli says AG Eric Holder should “produce the documents or step down” with regard to the failed “Operation Fast and Furious” sting.
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 12/9/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses new revelations that smartphones could be turned into tools to track Americans
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 12/3/11)

Deneen Borelli criticizes Obama’s economic policies
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 12/2/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the failure of the deficit-related congressional supercommittee as well as taxpayer costs for Occupy protests
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 11/26/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses school-related issues such as bans on balls and the alleged “sex crime” of two 12-year-olds kissing on the playground
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 11/19/11)

Deneen Borelli calls the debt-related congressional “supercommittee” a “super cop-out”
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 11/19/11)

Lisa Fritsch criticizes President Obama for “not calling [Occupy protestors] to order and civility”
(Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” 11/17/11)

Deneen Borelli argues for the privatization of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 10/30/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses reality TV’s bad influence
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 10/23/11)

Deneen Borelli says it’s “insane” for President Obama to equate the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street movements
(Fox Business Network’s “Follow the Money,” 10/19/11)

Deneen Borelli notes that the Occupy Wall Street effort fails to police itself in the way that the Tea Party movement has dealt with radical supporters
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 10/17/11)

Deneen Borelli laments the politicization of the MLK Memorial dedication
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 10/16/11)

Deneen Borelli cites the differences between MLK’s legacy and the Occupy Wall Street agenda
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 10/15/11)

Deneen Borelli says Michelle Obama’s Target photo op can’t erase the Obamas’ elite lifestyle
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 10/1/11)

Deneen Borelli says Obama is right on antiterrorism tactic, wrong on shifting economic blame
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 10/1/11)

Deneen Borelli complains that Congressional Black Caucus members are “not being independent thinkers”
(Fox Business Network’s “Follow the Money,” 9/26/11)

Deneen Borelli says Morgan Freeman’s tea party accusation is “utterly outrageous” and “dangerous”
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” 9/26/11)

Deneen Borelli calls the recent repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy a “purely political” move
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 9/25/11)

Deneen Borelli notes that Obama no longer appears interested in maintaining a civil discourse on the issues
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 9/19/11)

Deneen Borelli says Obama’s class warfare is “not solving the problem”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 9/19/11)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon shares her skepticism about new mandatory sexual education testing in D.C.
(Public television’s “To the Contrary,” 9/17/11)

Deneen Borelli says giving stimulus money to Solyndra was an apparent case of crony capitalism that is “just the tip of the iceberg”
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 9/17/11)

Deneen Borelli says today’s “battle of ideas” over big and small government came about in large part because of September 11th
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 9/10/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses how 9/11 changed America
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 9/10/11)

Deneen Borelli responds to Rep. Carson’s hateful comments about the tea party
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” 9/1/11)

Deneen Borelli says the policies of Pres. Obama and the Congressional Black Caucus are why U.S. faces economic stagnation and joblessness
(Fox Business Network’s “FreedomWatch,” 8/31/11)

Deneen Borelli says more EPA regulations will mean fewer jobs
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/30/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses President Obama’s plan for Alan Krueger to head his Council of Economic Advisers
(Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” 8/29/11)

Deneen Borelli says overregulation is “killing our economy and killing jobs”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/27/11)

Charles Butler discusses Obama’s shrinking support
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/25/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the economic costs of new EPA rules
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/21/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses what President Obama should include in his much-anticipated jobs plan
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 8/19/11)

Deneen Borelli and Mark Levine debate the merits of expanding the food stamp program
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/18/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the Philadelphia curfew, atheistic bus ads, reading to dogs, and the Barefoot Bandit’s movie deal
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News HQ,” 8/14/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses a Long Island school district’s decision to install surveillance cameras
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News HQ,” 8/13/11)

Deneen Borelli says the U.S.’s fat food stamp roll indicates a White House lean on economic ideas
(Fox Business Network’s “The Tom Sullivan Show,” 8/13/11)

Deneen Borelli points out to Judge Andrew Napolitano that the downgrade by Standard and Poor’s came from excessive spending and “Obama’s failed policies” that are the opposite of what is advocated by tea partiers
(Fox Business Network’s “Freedom Watch,” 8/10/11)

Deneen Borelli says the credit downgrade “blame game” needs to stop and Obama needs to step up and lead
(Fox News Channel’s “Happening Now,” 8/9/11)

Deneen Borelli says the decision by Standard and Poor’s to downgrade the U.S. credit rating is likely based on the recent debt ceiling compromise not offering a valid solution to government spending
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/7/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses spending, suing, and social networking
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 8/6/11)

Horace Cooper debates Wisconsin’s voter ID requirement and the need for ballot integrity.
(Russian RT network’s “The Big Picture,” 7/27/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses whether taxpayer dollars should be spent on teen smoking surveys and birth control
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 7/24/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses citizen frustration with politics as usual
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 7/20/11)

Deneen Borelli says that the American people “want to see true leadership” in decreasing the debt and getting spending under control
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 7/16/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the liberal war against conservative women
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 7/15/11)

Deneen Borelli says “the mainstream media has it in for conservative women”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 7/3/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses Dominique Strauss-Khan, Shriver v. Schwarzenegger and gender-neutral classrooms
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 7/2/11)

Deneen Borelli calls President Obama’s decision to siphon 30 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve a “bad move” and a “big mistake.”
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 6/23/11)

Deneen Borelli and Tom Borelli discuss how the Obama energy agenda is picking corporate winners and losers to advance a policy that is sure to hurt consumers and the economy as a whole.
(Fox News Channel’s “Glenn Beck,” 6/21/11)

Deneen Borelli says student food choices should be the responsibility of parents and that administrators should be “much more concerned about the graduation rates.”
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 6/19/11)

Deneen Borelli talks about Jon Stewart’s admission of the media’s liberal bias, why English should be considered the official language of government in America and how the scourge of baggy pants caused air traffic delays
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 6/19/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the tea party movement and the banking industry’s support of Obama policies.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 6/15/11)

Deneen Borelli says President Obama’s green jobs agenda is nothing more than “wealth redistribution.”
(Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” 6/13/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the “political witch hunt” against Sarah Palin, and Rep. Weiner’s Tweet saga.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 6/12/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the arrogance of politicians such as John Edwards and Anthony Weiner.
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 6/11/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses Chris Christie, Casey Anthony, John Edwards and costly new federal nutrition standards.
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 6/4/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the Google board’s conflict of interest problem.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 6/3/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses Gov. Mike Huckabee’s decision not to run for President.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 5/15/11)

Deneen Borelli says “CEOs are pushing policies that are harmful to our country.”
(Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” 5/6/11)

Deneen Borelli says the death of Osama Bin Laden didn’t jump-start the economy
(Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” 5/6/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses high-speed rail, lax air traffic controllers and Donald Trump
(Fox Business Network’s “Tom Sullivan Show,” 4/23/11)

Deneen Borelli notes that Obama’s war on fossil fuels is hurting average Americans
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 4/23/11)

Deneen Borelli says America needs “affordable, reliable energy”
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 4/21/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses Donald Trump and energy policy on Hannity’s “Great American Panel”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 4/21/11)

Deneen Borelli says Congress “can do better” on the budget negotiations
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 4/10/11)

Bob Parks talks about immigration reform and how he became conservative.
(WAVA’s “Don Kroah Show,” 4/7/11)

Deneen Borelli calls the unwillingness of liberals to substantially cut spending an act of “gross negligence”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 4/3/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the budget debate as well as Obama’s troubled ties to Van Jones, Jeremiah Wright and possibly Louis Farrakhan.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 3/31/11)

Mychal Massie says tea party critics should take a look at organized labor’s rallies and how protesters there are behaving in ways oftentimes worse than alleged about tea partiers.
(National Press Club, 2/28/11)

Mychal Massie debates National Urban League president Marc Morial’s contention that blacks are being “bamboozled” by conservatives.
(National Press Club, 2/28/11)

In an “empty chair debate,” Mychal Massie challenges former congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy over his likening the Tea Party to the KKK.
(National Press Club, 2/28/11)

Mychal Massie debates Al Sharpton in an “empty chair debate” over allegations of Tea Party racism.
(National Press Club, 2/28/11)

Deneen Borelli debates liberal political strategist Christopher Hahn about the Wisconsin protests.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 2/20/11)

Deneen Borelli says WI Gov. Scott Walker is “taking a stand on principle” to eliminate his state’s budget deficit.
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s News Headquarters,” 2/19/11)

Deneen Borelli says the protests in Madison, WI are “an assault on the taxpayers of Wisconsin”
(Fox News Channel’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro,” 2/19/11)

Deneen Borelli says Pepsi’s Super Bowl ad provokes “selective outrage” among black leaders
(Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” 2/10/11)

Deneen Borelli advocates for helping underperforming minority students
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 1/28/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses the unrealistic energy goals of President Barack Obama as laid out in his State of the Union Address
(Vicki McKenna radio show on WIBA-Madison, 1/26/11)

Deneen Borelli presents a new commercial that asks CEO Jeff Immelt to resign his position with GE
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 1/25/11)

Cherylyn Harley LeBon discusses the consequences and attempted repeal of ObamaCare
(“Late Nights with Jim Bohannon,” 1/20/11)

Deneen Borelli says the Fairness Doctrine proposal is a “knee-jerk reaction” by liberal lawmakers
(Fox Business Network’s “The Tom Sullivan Show,” 1/15/11)

Deneen Borelli discusses — among other things — the risks to some investors should the SEC force Facebook to go public
(Fox Business Network’s “The Willis Report,” 1/10/11)

Deneen Borelli talks about issues that include politicians’ poor treatment of a fallen soldier and the rumored engagement of former senator John Edwards
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live with Megyn Kelly,” 1/7/11)

Deneen Borelli says the results of the last election show people are “tired of government gone wild”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 1/5/11)

Deneen Borelli says the media is “on board” with Obama Administration energy policies designed to drive up the price of fossil fuels
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 1/5/11)

Deneen Borelli says President Obama has “lost the confidence” of the American people
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 12/22/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses excessive government spending
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 12/18/10)

Deneen Borelli criticizes the idea of further extending unemployment benefits
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 12/18/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about the government’s need to stop earmarks and out-of-control spending
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 12/15/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses gun rights in the aftermath of a school board shooting
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 12/15/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses a new poll showing that conservatives and tea party activists are significantly less likely to want to patronize businesses that support big government policies
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 11/26/10)

Deneen Borelli analyzes airport security measures
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 11/19/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses Sarah Palin’s presidential possibilities
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 11/19/10)

Horace Cooper debates the merits of affirmative action policies with the NAACP’s Hilary Shelton
(RT’s “The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann,” 11/15/10)

Deneen Borelli debates Nancy Pelosi’s legacy
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 11/12/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about how the tea party movement will become a governing entity in Congress
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 11/7/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the overtly partisan political agenda of the current NAACP leadership
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 10/21/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about extending the Bush tax cuts
(Fox News Channel’s “Happening Now,” 10/21/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about the firing of Juan Wiliiams from National Public Radio
(Fox News Channel’s “Happening Now,” 10/21/10)

Mychal Massie talks about comedian Stephen Colbert’s mocking testimony to Congress on the immigration issue
(Fox Business Network’s “Bulls and Bears,” 9/24/10)

Lisa Fritsch discusses Tea Party principles
(Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” 9/20/10)

Deneen Borelli speaks to the crowd at the 9/12/10 Tea Party rally in Washington, D.C.
(2010 March on Washington, 9/12/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the impact of President Obama’s economic policies on his job approval numbers
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 9/5/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses paparazzi, George Clooney, Darfur and Sarah Palin
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 9/3/10)

Mychal Massie debates the question: Should the federal government pay unemployment benefits for two years?
(CNBC, 8/30/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the Obama Administration’s Iraq policy
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 8/29/10)

Deneen Borelli calls President Obama’s UN human rights report the “Obama Apology Tour on Steroids”
(Fox News Channel, 8/26/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses what Vice President Joe Biden calls 2010’s economic “recovery summer”
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 8/25/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses recent poll numbers reflecting public dissatisfaction with President Obama’s policy agenda
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” 8/25/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about singer Sheryl Crow’s song critical of Sarah Palin
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 8/19/10)

Mychal Massie criticizes President Obama’s lack of an action plan to rescue and reform Social Security
(Fox Business Channel’s “Cavuto,” 8/18/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses increasing public opposition to the President’s takeover of America’s health care system
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 8/18/10)

Mychal Massie discusses the secrecy of the Federal Reserve and his view that some of its policies could create economic bubbles in our already weak economy
(Fox Business Channel’s “Freedom Watch,” 8/14/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the posting of sensitive military files on the Wikileaks website and the Obama Administration’s continuing practice of blaming the Bush Administration for bad news
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 8/6/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about the controversial mosque planned for the Ground Zero neighborhood
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 8/6/10)

Deneen Borelli talks about what she calls the “progressives’ assault on our liberty” in regards to Gisele Bundchen and PETA.
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 8/4/10)

Bob Parks and Niger Innis share diverse responses to a question about the issue of the 14th Amendment as it pertains to birthright citizenship and illegal alien “anchor babies”
(National Press Club, 8/4/10)

Mychal Massie says it’s time for us to stop fixating on color
(National Press Club, 8/4/10)

Mychal Massie says it’s better for liberals to be scared of the Tea Party movement than for Americans to be afraid of their government
(National Press Club, 8/4/10)

Niger Innis and Bob Parks discuss accusations of racism within the Tea Party movement
(National Press Club, 8/4/10)

Lisa Fritsch discusses immigration, the 14th Amendment, and “anchor babies.”
(Fox’s local Austin affiliate station, 7/31/10)

Lisa Fritsch talks about how the NAACP should actually be collaborating with the Tea Party movement.
(Fox’s local Austin affiliate station, 7/31/10)

Deneen Borelli featured in story about the inclusiveness of the Tea Party movement
(Philadelphia’s Fox affiliate station, 7/31/10)

Deneen Borelli on “Progressives Gone Wild”
(Philadelphia’s Uni-Tea Rally, 7/31/10) Deneen Borelli’s involvement in Philadelphia’s Uni-Tea Party rally is highlighted.
(Fox News Channel’s “Geraldo At Large,” 7/31/10)

Deneen Borelli participates in a debate about denouncing racism
(Fox News Channel’s “Geraldo At Large,” 7/17/10)

Deneen Borelli chastises NAACP senior vice president Hilary Shelton over his group’s resolution alleging racism within the tea party movement.
(Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” 7/17/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses President Obama’s declining popularity and the President’s insistence on promoting a leftist agenda.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 7/16/10)

Deneen Borelli predicts that Hillary Clinton will decide to challenge Obama in the 2012 primaries.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 7/14/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the NAACP’s resolution against alleged tea party racism.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 7/14/10)

Lisa Fritsch talks about the NAACP’s resolution accusing people who attend Tea Parties of racism.
(Fox News Channel’s “Your World” with host Neil Cavuto, 7/13/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the many ways the Obama Administration has dropped the ball in regard to the oil spill — so much so, former President Bill Clinton has now joined the chorus of criticism.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 6/30/10)

Deneen Borelli asks a guest about black patriots.
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 6/25/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses whether the Obama Administration is “in free-fall.”
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 6/11/10)

Deneen Borelli debates Juan Williams over whether there’s a race issue at play in the Gulf spill issue.
(Fox News Channel’s “America Live,” 6/9/10)

Deneen Borelli criticizes President Obama’s inability to handle the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and his war against fossil fuels.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 6/8/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses how liberals are now throwing their leadership under the bus for not going far enough to the left.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 6/8/10)

Deneen Borelli and Robin Martin ask about those who erased black patriots from accounts of American history
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 5/28/10)

Deneen Borelli lambasts President Obama’s inattention to the Gulf oil spill.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 5/26/10)

Deneen Borelli critiques the performance of Attorney General Eric Holder.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 5/16/10)

Deneen Borelli disputes Tea Party race bias study.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 4/28/10)

Deneen Borelli calls on President Obama to attend a Tea Party rally.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 4/16/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses accusations of Tea Party violence.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/26/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the economic feasibility of extending unemployment benefits.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/26/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses Texas textbook standards.
(WYNY-MyFoxNY’s “Good Day Street Talk,” 3/20/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses opposition to ObamaCare (Part 1).
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/20/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses opposition to ObamaCare (Part 2).
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/20/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the endgame for Obamacare in the U.S. House of Representatives.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 3/16/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the American Dream.
(Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” 3/16/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the tea party movement and outrage over President Obama’s intent to ram through a government takeover of health care.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 3/4/10)

Robin Martin discusses Sarah Palin.
(PBS’s “To The Contrary,” 2/13/10)

Robin Martin discusses Michelle Obama’s Childhood Obesity Campaign.
(PBS’s “To The Contrary,” 2/13/10)

Deneen Borelli debates Al Sharpton about the President Obama/Majority Leader Harry Reid jobs bill.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 2/12/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses President Obama’s jobs agenda, tea parties and more.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 2/7/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses populism and the rise of the Tea Party movement.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 2/1/10)

Deneen Borelli and Niger Innis discuss green jobs.
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 1/14/10)

Lisa Fritsch discusses comments made by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) about then-candidate Barack Obama and his race.
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 1/14/10)

Lisa Fritsch discusses Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s racial comments about President Barack Obama (Part 1).
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 1/14/10)

Lisa Fritsch discusses Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s racial comments about President Barack Obama (Part 2).
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 1/14/10)

Deneen Borelli discusses the diversion of American intelligence assets to climate scientists.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 1/7/10)

Deneen Borelli explains how cap-and-trade would lead to more unemployment.
(Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” 12/6/09)

Lisa Fritsch condemns how the liberal agenda for America hurts blacks more than it helps them.
(Fox News Channel’s “Glenn Beck Program,” 11/14/09)

Lisa Fritsch and Mychal Massie discuss the terms “African-American” and “black.”
(Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck program, 11/14/09)

Mychal Massie and others discuss whether involuntary taxes such as income tax are inherently immoral.
(“Cain and Table”)

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