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The Republican Party’s “Kodak Moment”.

The Republican Party’s “Kodak Moment”.

    By Raynard Jackson (ThyBlackMan.com) Last week, I watched the Republican Party get their butts kicked because they once again totally ignored the Black vote during Georgia’s two U.S. Senate races.  I couldn’t help but think about how they were having another “Kodak moment.” For many years, a “Kodak moment” was used as a tagline in Kodak’s advertising […]

Furious Freedom: America First on Wheels

Furious Freedom: America First on Wheels

    By Mike Smith The numerous, too-big-to-stop America First car parades cannot be ignored — not by their many passers-by; not by the Democrat-Media Complex that wishes they’d go way. They’re not going away, folks. We’re not going away. My condolences to the easily offended. From the West Coast to the East Texas Piney […]

Candidate Spotlight: Errol Webber for Congress 2020!

Candidate Spotlight: Errol Webber for Congress 2020!

  Candidate Spotlight: Errol Webber Award-winning filmmaker, Errol Webber is a Candidate for Congress in California’s 37th Congressional District. Webber emigrated from Jamaica to the U.S., with his family in 2002, at 15 years old. He had dreams of being a commercial airline pilot. All that changed in 2003, when he learned broadcast video at […]

The Republican Party Needs to Change

The Republican Party Needs to Change

    By Richard Colman The Republican Party, in California and nationally, drastically needs to change. There was a time when the Republican Party had electable and popular candidates like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Earl Warren (as governor of California from 1943 to 1953), Dwight Eisenhower (president from 1953 to 1961), and Ronald Reagan. In […]

Informed Blacks are an Existential Threat to Radical Liberalism.

Informed Blacks are an Existential Threat to Radical Liberalism.

    By Raynard Jackson (ThyBlackMan.com) My readers know that one of my biggest criticism of the Republican Party and the conservative movement is the lack of an effective communications strategy targeting the Black community. Countries have gone to war because of a lack of effective communications; politics is nothing more than verbal warfare. I […]

Republican Governor Questions Black Staffer

Republican Governor Questions Black Staffer

    By Raynard Jackson, ThyBlackMan.com (ThyBlackMan.com) Last month I wrote a column titled, ”Weak Black Republicans are Hurting “Real” Black Republicans.” I had absolutely no idea that it would be as explosive as it was. Click on the hyperlink above and it will take you directly to my column. The column basically questions why Black Republicans always feel […]

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

  By Raynard Jackson Can you imagine anyone using basketball legend Michael Jordan to promote the sport of Cricket?  Can you imagine anyone using the face of a famous vegan to advertise McDonald Hamburgers?  Can you imagine inviting a board member of Planned Parenthood, an extreme pro-abortion group to give a keynote speech to the Susan B. […]

Republican Candidate Says Politics Got Her Uninvited To Police Fundraiser

Republican Candidate Says Politics Got Her Uninvited To Police Fundraiser

DAVID KRAYDEN OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF   California Republican congressional candidate Ronda Kennedy was told she could not attend the “Blue Bowl,” a charitable football game in Thousand Oaks, California, to help the family of slain police officer Sgt. Ron Helus, because of her political affiliation. The “Blue Bowl” is a fundraiser for Helus, an officer killed in a […]

JACKSON: If Newsom Is Right, California’s Rot Is Coming To The Rest Of America

JACKSON: If Newsom Is Right, California’s Rot Is Coming To The Rest Of America

KERRY JACKSON PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE   California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom predicted this week that the Republican Party will “will go into the waste bin of society.” It was an interesting comment, coming only a couple of weeks after his party’s presidential candidates appeared at California’s Democratic Party convention. That convention showed why California is moving in […]

Send in the Clowns

Send in the Clowns

  Richard Eber,  California Political News and Views A couple years following my attendance to the Republican Convention, it was my conclusion, “I was expecting with Donald Trump’s victory last fall, this place would be a hot bed of political activism. Was this reporter ever wrong? The GOP confab reminded me of a 1950’s costume party.  […]

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