The Mississippi GOP primary in Two Sentences

With apologies to all of those pundits who are pretending Thad Cochran's victory was all about "reaching across the aisle" or "crossing the racial divide" let me sum up what that primary says in one sentence. The GOP primary tells us that while you can no longer buy and sell black men & women in … Continue reading The Mississippi GOP primary in Two Sentences

THE GOP & THE AMERICAN BLACK VOTER

THE GOP & THE AMERICAN BLACK VOTER Perhaps no other phenomenon has perplexed the Republican political establishment as to why it is that in every Presidential election of recent memory that upwards of 90% or more of the Black vote always seems to go the Democratic aspirant for President. For years the Grand Old Party … Continue reading THE GOP & THE AMERICAN BLACK VOTER

More people discover Bishop Jackson

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of Hosting Bishop EW Jackson on my show. It looks like the Daily Caller has discovered him as well: “I am now sensing, hearing, talking to people — for the first time in 40 years, the black community is having a discussion about whether they ought to … Continue reading More people discover Bishop Jackson

Demoralized as Hell: The 85% Solution

I generally don't pay a lot of attention to the KOS SEIU poll because...well it's the Kos SEIU poll but I noticed the Breitbart link and on a whim checked it out. That Romney has a +4 lead in a poll that has a +3 democrat sample is bad. That 56% call wrong track in … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: The 85% Solution

The Black Voter Dam Breaks

My suspicions from August have now been confirmed, in a big way President Barack Obama is rapidly losing support among African-American voters in North Carolina, a new poll out today from the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling shows. The poll finds that Mitt Romney would get 20 percent of the African-American vote if the election were … Continue reading The Black Voter Dam Breaks

Trayvon Martin has faded, or has it?

The mainstream media has continued the walkback from its embarrassing positions on the Trayvon Martin case as fact after fact continues to come out. Blogs on the right a talking about the failure Tom McGuire has practically owned it (Just go to his blog and keep scrolling) There is almost an attempt to pretend the … Continue reading Trayvon Martin has faded, or has it?