Wednesday, April 10, 2013

New Voices on the Issues - Racism

PPPS (Littleton)—In this, the second in our New Voices on the Issues series, we tackle the sensitive subject of Racism in America.


Citizen Caryn

Our first new voice on the topic comes from the co-founder of the Bridge to Nowhere Tea Party, and one of the wisest people we know, Citizen Caryn, who created this window decal to combat racism.

We think it would make an excellent substitute for the race card that certain individuals and politicians are so fond of using.


Anita MonCrief

Our next contribution is from Anita MonCrief whom some of the PPPS staff have had the great pleasure of meeting at CPAC 2012, and again at CPAC 2013.

Anita is one of the most courageous people we know, having been a whistleblower while employed at ACORN, and one who is continually providing a unique, but sometimes unpopular, perspective. Here is one example of her most excellent commentary.

Cultural Slave Catchers and Defining Blackness


Dr. Ken Hutcherson

Ken Hutcherson is a former NFL linebacker and is the pastor of the Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington. Dr. Hutcherson speaks out numerous issues from the pulpit and as a guest on TV and radio shows with Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. In this video, Ken offers his comments on race hustlers Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.

Hutch Responds to Sharpton


Lisa Fritsch

Lisa Fritsch is a no-nonsense, common sense columnist and talk radio host based in Austin, Texas. Anything but a one-dimensional “cookie-cutter” Conservative, she is a proud suburban wife, mother, and writer who isn’t afraid to share her strong opinions.

Her blog post about black leadership and the advice it offers, could go a long way to healing the racial divide in this country.

Today’s Black Leaders: Defying the Dream

You can follow Lisa at her blog, view one of her inspiring speeches, and purchase her new book, Obama, Tea Parties and God.

h/t to fellow blogger Stacy on the Right and Black Conservative Political Action

Jeffrey T. Brown

Jeffrey T. Brown writes on a number of issues for American Thinker.
We don't have any information about Jeffrey, except that he is an exceptionally thoughtful opinion writer, based upon the articles he has published. 

This article offers a very revealing, and somewhat disturbing look at the  source of continuing problems in race relations in America. 

How Do We Fix Race Relations


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