Tag Archives: race and politics

Gingrich says he would visit NAACP. Then why has he turned down all of their previous invites?

8 Jan

Gingrich says he would visit NAACP. Then why has he turned down all of their previous invites?

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During a campaign speech Newt Gingrich said, ” “So I’m prepared, if the NAACP invites me, I’ll go to their convention and talk about why the African-American community should demand paychecks and not be satisfied with food stamps.”

If he is so willing to speak to the NAACP then why has he turned down all of their previous invitations all the way back to his days as Speaker of the House? Listen to NAACP President Ben Jealous talk about this here: Gingrich says he would visit NAACP. Then why has he turned down all of their previous invites?

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Have race relations improved under President Obama?

25 Aug

Have race relations improved under President Obama?

In 2011 we will see both MLK Memorial opening and a black man sitting in the White House. Do you feel that race relations in the United States are better now than they were in 2008 when Barack Obama was elected?

 Vote and give your opinions here: http://aareports.com/2011/08/have-race-relations-improved-under.html

F*** Cornel West by George L. Cook III

21 May

I have always had great respect for Princeton Professor Cornel West but in light on his recent comments about President Obama I would like to write what President Obama can’t.

To Cornel West I say F*** YOU! Read more here: http://aareports.com/2011/05/f-cornel-west-by-george-l-cook-iii.html

Photo evidence of diversity in the GOP’s congressional leadership

1 Jan

Photo evidence of diversity in the GOP’s congressional leadership

Many have claimed that there is not much diversity in the GOP. But I’m here to tell you they would be wrong. Check out this photo evidence that proves the GOP’s diversity, especially in it’s congressional leadership.

Check it out here:
http://aareports.com/2011/01/photo-evidence-of-diversity-in-gop.html

Will black republicans be welcome in the Congressional Black Caucus

18 Sep

There are 13 African Americans candidates who are republicans running for Congress this year. A question that is emerging with the belief that some like Allen West of Florida, Ryan Frazier of Colorado and Tim Scott of South Carolina have very good chances of winning is whether or not they will be welcome in the CBC.

 Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/09/will-black-republicans-be-welcome-into.html

Iowa congressman Steve King says Obama favors black people

16 Jun

Congressman King, ” Obama favors black people”

During an appearance on G. Gordon Liddy’s radio show this morning to discuss Arizona’s immigration law, Iowa congressman King suggested President Barack Obama was a racist and “favors the black person” while carrying out his presidential duties.

http://aareports.com/2010/06/congressman-king-obama-favors-black.html