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Donald Trump & the Patriotic UnAmerican

I had to do it: Donald Trump couldn’t get my vote. And I couldn’t not vote. So, I didn’t have a choice: I voted for @MarcoRubio. I’m not proud of that vote, but I didn’t have a choice: Florida is a closed primary state so I had to vote for a GOP candidate. And as much as I hope @realDonaldTrump destroys the Republican Party so that a true Conservative Party can emerge, I ultimately had […]

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Rethinking the Mandate for President Obama after the Status Quo Election

A polarizing election leaves us polarized in its wake.  On the Left, the stance is that Barack Obama’s victory serves as a mandate.  On the Right, the stance is that the President’s victory is no mandate.  Both sides have arguments to prove their point. But, what does the reality of a “status quo election” tell us?  With Congressional Approval Ratings at all-time lows and ratings of the Federal Government also at all-time lows, how does […]

The Conundrum of Blackness and Voting When the President is Black

As time winds down on Election 2012 and the race for President of the United States between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, I wanted to take time to post a few thoughts.  The first, “Negroes, We are Free to Use our Natural Minds” can be accessed here. Yet, before folk think I’m being partisan and partial…a typical Black arguing for blind support of Barack Obama, I figured I had better post another article to […]

Negroes, We are Free to Use Our Natural Minds in Electoral 2012

I continue to receive emails from fellow Black Republicans trying to sell me – and others – on support for Mitt Romney.  The most recent was from the Chair of a Black Republican organization entitled, “Prominent Black Mormons.”  The email (and post) is styled as an attempt to dismiss charges of racism against Mormons.  The defense used by the author is that there are Black Mormons.  Hence the title: “Prominent Black Mormons.”  My response is…SO WHAT? So, […]

The Turn Around We Need to Move Forward

Just in time for the Presidential election, I was able to upload my sermon given on the Sunday between the Republican and Democratic Conventions.  As we prepare to vote for POTUS, I preach this sermon to encourage us to be the godly conscience of our Nation so that we find the spirit that will truly “turn America around” and move our Country “forward.”

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