Tag Archive: black history

11
Mar

The Republican Party and C-PAC’s Continued Infatuation with Minstrel Shows

Having just concluded the nation’s month-long celebration of Black History, the Republican Party and the conservative movement had one of the most disastrous months in my lifetime. I have warned anyone who will listen that race will be the most […]

24
Mar

“Ain’t I a Woman?” Sojourner Truth’s Life Repudiates Planned Parenthood’s Agenda

It’s Women’s History Month, yet another opportunity for abortion advocates to promote their cause by hijacking the legacy of God-fearing women. Planned Parenthood—whose use of the #blacklivesmatter hashtag raised more than a few eyebrows—decided to raise their irony quotient by […]

06
Feb

Black History and the US Constitution

If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development. Aristotle If the past has been an obstacle and a burden, knowledge of the past is the safest and the surest emancipation. Lord Acton There are many among us […]

04
Oct

Black Republicans Advancing the Cause

Several weeks ago, I visited one of my older siblings who owns’ a Floral Shop in the inner city of Rochester, New York.  Although I had been back to Rochester several times since leaving there in 1969: that Rochester where […]