Is homosexuality a civil rights issue? Homosexual activists and their “useful idiots” would have us think it is, but that proposition simply doesn’t stand up under the test of logic, reason, consistency, science, morality or history. While most of us know that it is wrong to discriminate against a person based on an innate, morally-neutral physical characteristic, we respond differently to people every day on the basis of good and bad behavior. Our civil and criminal laws are based on this differentiation.Read more ›
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Born in a slave hut APRIL 5, 1856, was Booker T. Washington. As a young man he attended Hampton Institute in Virginia and later Wayland Baptist Seminary in Washington, DC. He went on to found Tuskegee Institute in Alabama and recruited George Washington Carver. He was the first African American to have his image on a U.S. coin and postage stamp.Read more ›
Rep. Allen West (R-FL) recently spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in recognition of Black History month about the strong and longstanding relationship between black Americans and the GOP. From the first freed blacks after the Civil War who were Republicans, to the repeated Republican efforts to preserve the freedom of black Americans that Democrats have attacked for over 150 years, to the modern era where Republicans ensured continuing and growing freedom for black Americans, the link between black Americans and the Republican Party has always been strong.Read more ›