Posts tagged: Jim Crow

What a Millennial Biden Voter Thinks About Race

Written by Laurie Higgins

If you haven’t spoken to a Millennial Harris/Biden supporter, continue reading for a better understanding of the ignorance that “Critical Race Theory” (CRT) results in, which in turn should make it clear how critically important it is for President Trump to be re-elected.

Following Monday’s article about President Trump’s outstanding decision to prohibit federal agencies from funding CRT, I had a Facebook discussion with a Millennial who has swallowed the destructive ideology hook, line, and lethal sinker.… Continue Reading

The Black Lives Matter Agenda Is Racist And Anti-Semitic. Why Are Politicians Embracing It?

Written by Daniel Horowitz

When was the last time we saw governments embrace the violent, racialist political agenda of a specific racist organization and make the citizenry obey it by force of law while exempting its adherents from the actual laws on the books? If you are conjuring up images of the KKK during the Jim Crow days in the South, you are not missing anything.… Continue Reading

The Racist Left

Written by E.W. Jackson

Leftist ideologues live in an alternate universe, a product of their hallucinations of an America that does not exist except in their own demented thinking.

The latest manifestation of this delusional perception is Eugene Robinson‘s opinion piece in the Washington Post on July 5.  Here is some of what he said:

Racism is a feature of the Trump administration, not a bug[.]

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The Democratic Party’s Evolving Racism Toward Blacks

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Written by Jeffrey B. Shellan

Democrats continue their 200-year tradition of setting low standards for African Americans.

“Rather I should die a thousand times … than see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”Robert Byrd, Democrat Senator (1959 through 2010) and founder of the Sophia, West Virginia chapter of the Ku Klux Klan (150 members)

“I did not lie awake at night worrying about the problems of Negroes.”

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