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Water Cooler Politics w/Chris Arps Podcast: Interview With Dr. Shelby Steele

July 22nd, 2020 · No Comments

We discussed his transition to conservatism, advice he would give President Trump on race and the current state of the civil rights movement.

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Tags: Affirmative Action · School Choice

NAACP Calls for Economic Boycott of St. Louis City/County

January 10th, 2012 · No Comments

This excerpt from a press release from the Missouri State Conference of the NAACP further proves that the NAACP is a tired and irrelevant organization offering more tired and irrelevant ideas: NAACP State Quarterly meeting in Columbia, Mo. – On Saturday January 7, 2011 the NAACP Missouri State Conference supported the call for a Economic […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · St. Louis

As Bad Economic News Continues, Americans Aren’t Amused By Obama’s Response Or His Record

June 15th, 2011 · No Comments

Speaking on the floor this morning, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said, “Over the past few weeks, Americans have gotten what seems like a daily dose of bad news about the state of the economy. Whether it’s more joblessness, threats from ratings agencies, the price of gasoline, goods and housing, or a slowdown in manufacturing, […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · Uncategorized

NAACP: Union Leader Turns U S Army Corps of Engineers Project Sites Into Recruitment Centers for KKK

August 17th, 2010 · No Comments

Source: NAACP Image of a KKK recruitment card allegedly being handed out by a Laborers International Union of America board member. NAACP press release: St. Louis, Mo. – A Laborers International Union of North America Local 53 Board member is using the project sites of the U S Army Corps Engineers – St. Louis district […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · St. Louis

The GreyFalcon: “The Vile Politic of Statism”

January 25th, 2010 · No Comments

Remember Barbra Boxer trying to tell  the head of the Black Chamber of Commerce that he should not oppose Cap-and-Tax because other black groups supported it. She said “they would be proud of you”, suggesting that all successful black people should agree.  He was not intimidated by her, exposing her comparison as “racial. and I don’t […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action

FB Status of the Day: “African-Americans For Harry Reid” Facebook Page Lists 19 Fans… 18 Are White”

January 12th, 2010 · No Comments

From our FB friend Eric Faris’ page: “African-Americans For Harry Reid” Facebook Page Lists 19 Fans… 18 Are White” Related: Harry Reid & AL Sharpton Demonstrate Hypocrisy in Democratic Racial Politics

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Tags: Affirmative Action

Harry Reid & AL Sharpton Demonstrate Hypocrisy in Democratic Racial Politics

January 11th, 2010 · No Comments

From The GreyFalcon’s Blog: On Saturday Harry Reid apologized for private remarks he made during the 2008 presidential election that Barack Obama could win because he was light-skinned and that he “did not have a Negro-dialect, unless he wanted one.”  Obama promptly accepted the apology, giving Reid credit on his work for “social justice”.  So it […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action

Quote of the Day: FiredUp Missouri: “Jay Nixon Sets the Board of Curators Back to 1985..”

July 17th, 2009 · No Comments

Ummm, more like 1970 guys. The first African American was appointed to the UM Board of Curators in 1971. We applaud our friends over at FUM for taking off their partisan, rose colored glasses and seeing Jay’s disrespect for the African American community for what it really is. Keep up the good work! “Look, we […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · Jay Nixon · Media Bias · Picture/Quote of the Day

STL American Blasts Nixon on His Exclusion of African Americans From UM Curator’s Board

July 16th, 2009 · No Comments

The St. Louis American blasts Governor Nixon today over his recent appointment to the University of Missouri’s Board of Curators. Nixon’s choice of former lawmaker Wayne Goode, to replace African American member Cheryl Walker, seems to have the African American community very concerned and frustrated – as evidence by this post and this post. “Nixon’s […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · Jay Nixon

Video: “I Want to Work in My Own Neighborhood”

April 20th, 2009 · No Comments

With the economy shedding jobs at a 600,000 a month clip, and with the confirmation of open borders economic development director Linda Martinez, expect to see more protests like these in inner city St. Louis and Kansas City communities. These protesters are angry about construction work being done in their community by a local firm […]

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Tags: Affirmative Action · Jay Nixon · St. Louis