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Today I ask the question will the Florida Republican leadership abandon Black Republicans in 2014. The novelty of being a Black Republican has worn off. So, will Lenny Curry and local Republicans decide to throw the nonesese of color-blind and help Black and other monority Republicans get elected in monority districts?
As someone who considers themselves a fiscal conservative, yet a social moderate, I often find myself leaning towards the ideology of the Democrats. Admittedly, like many of us, my family we're Dems, but unlike many, that has not been my bottom line factor in leaning that way my entire voting life. As much as I am against abortion, am a capitalist and am a person of strong Christian Faith, I also take a common sense approach that looks at the plight of poor black, brown and white people and say, "who stands up for them?" Its a position that more people are probably taking than we all realize.
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Black Republicans are a rare breed — a select group of individuals who have pledged their votes to conservative politics despite Black America’s overwhelming objections.
Blacks have challenged the seemingly hypocritical nature of what it means to be a Black Republican, posing the question: “Are Black Republicans Negro Apologists?”
NAACP President, Rev. William Barber II, celebrated MLK Jr's birthday by referring to the only Black Senator, Tim Scott (R-SC), as a ventriloquist dummy for the tea party.
Last evening on Niger Innis, national spokesperson for Congress for Racial Equality and who is running for Congress in the state of Nevada this year took Barber to task for his assault on the good senator. Is our own Brian The Hammer Jackson throwing in his hat to run for political office-Mayor Of Burbank. Will he give up the fight to make indie artist just as well know as other celebrities? Plus what trending!Please visit the storePlease visit the store Vault and Midwaymarketplace
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On this week's podcast, I will welcome Union College's new Football Coach Zack Willis. I will speak with Coach Willis about his first year at Union to date and preview the upcoming Battle for the Brass Lantern on Satruday, September 20th vs. The University of the Cumberlands. Jon North and John Gatto of Union College will also be around to talk everything sports. Join us!!
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