Author: The National Center

After a Violent Year, Black Conservatives Reflect on MLK's Message of Hope and Peace

After a Violent Year, Black Conservatives Reflect on MLK’s Message of Hope and Peace

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"Dr. King Would Not Have Approved of the Way Violence Was Used to Accomplish Social and Political Goals" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are available for interviews regarding Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and ...
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Good Police Officers' Lives Matter, by Rich Holt

Good Police Officers’ Lives Matter, by Rich Holt

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“Be polite. Be respectful. Deescalate.” These are the priorities of the sheriff’s deputies I accompanied on a recent ride-along. That is also the mantra of any capable, competent, and professional police department. Fortunately, and despite protesters’ claims, many police departments ...
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Removing the President Now Lacks Precedent, by Emery McClendon

Removing the President Now Lacks Precedent, by Emery McClendon

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There’s no doubt January 6 will be remembered as a dark day in American history. But was the breaching of the U.S. Capitol by angry Trump supporters grounds for removing the president from office— especially when he only has a ...
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It’s Time for America to Act Like An Adult, by Emery McClendon

It’s Time for America to Act Like An Adult, by Emery McClendon

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As the nation matured from the childishness of 2020 to the adulthood of 2021, President Donald Trump returned to the Oval Office and rolled up his sleeves to do the work that a mature adult nation needs at such a ...
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Black Activists Praise Employment Boom That Defies COVID-19 Challenges

Black Activists Praise Employment Boom That Defies COVID-19 Challenges

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Trump Free-Market Policies Are Credited for “Stunning” Economic Recovery Washington, D.C. – The latest federal employment report revealed yet another month of recovery for the American workforce. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network credited the Trump Administration for ...
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What Have We Got to Lose? by Emery McClendon

What Have We Got to Lose? by Emery McClendon

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Common sense and a fair judicial system should see that something has to be wrong with how this election has been projected to the nation and the world. There are too many triggers that signal wrong-doing. Wrong-doing that favors one ...
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Still Plenty of Reasons for Conservatives to Be Thankful, by Donna Jackson

Still Plenty of Reasons for Conservatives to Be Thankful, by Donna Jackson

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Lockdowns for churchgoers but not protesters. Election fraud. Media bias and social media censorship that’s been worse than ever. You name it — there are plenty of reasons for conservatives to be down right now. But there are many more ...
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Unions and BLM Activists Feign Support for Blacks, by Council Nedd II

Unions and BLM Activists Feign Support for Blacks, by Council Nedd II

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During the Obama Administration, America saw its lowest labor force participation rates since the Carter era. While all groups suffered, blacks suffered disproportionately. Yet there was nary a peep from the budding Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement back then. And as jobs in ...
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Black Activists Praise Presidential Performance on Jobs

Black Activists Praise Presidential Performance on Jobs

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Employment Recovery Called “a Testament to Trumponomics” Washington, D.C. - President Donald Trump’s economic policies were responsible for last month’s improved employment numbers, said members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who credited the president with reviving an economy ...
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Blacks Must Reject Redefining Civil Rights to License Crime

Blacks Must Reject Redefining Civil Rights to License Crime

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There was a period when mainstream voices in Black America aligned with the law and not with lawbreakers — when the "snitches get stiches" mindset was associated only with the criminal element and was otherwise rare within the mainstream of ...
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