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Month: January 2010

MLK Niece Likens Reid’s Comment to Calling Obama ‘White House Negro’

MLK Niece Likens Reid’s Comment to Calling Obama ‘White House Negro’

MLK Niece Likens Reid’s Comment to Calling Obama ‘White House Negro’ Tuesday, January 12, 2010 By Fred Lucas, Staff Writer CNSnews.com Alveda King, the niece of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr and founder of King for America Inc. (CNSNews.com) – The niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. denounced racially charged comments made by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) that he was revealed to have said during the 2008 presidential campaign. The new book “Game Change” (Harper) about…

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What is racist and what is not?

What is racist and what is not?

Racism Double-Standards 101 Townhall.com ^ | January 11, 2010 | Ashley Herzog Posted on Monday, January 11, 2010 10:57:50 AM by Kaslin These days, it’s difficult for normal people to determine what counts as a racist remark and what doesn’t. (For instance, the preferred PC term for a non-white individual is “person of color,” but if you accidentally transpose the words and say “colored person,” you’re racist.) Therefore, in the wake of the Harry Reid flap, I’ve decided to provide…

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Senator Reid’s Insensitivity toward African Americans Is Exceeded by His Disregard for the Unborn

Senator Reid’s Insensitivity toward African Americans Is Exceeded by His Disregard for the Unborn

Atlanta, GA – Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., has issued the following statement on Senator Harry Reid’s controversial description of President Barack Obama in a newly released book. “Senator Reid has apologized to the President for his remarks about the President’s skin color and speech, but the Senator’s callous insensitivity extends to more than African Americans,” said Dr. King. “Senator Reid is trying to dramatically…

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Field Negroes, house Negroes, and a “light skinned” President in the White House with a sometimey “Negro dialect”?

Field Negroes, house Negroes, and a “light skinned” President in the White House with a sometimey “Negro dialect”?

Is Senator Reid saying that we have a “light skinned man in the White House that sometimes uses a Negro dialect?” Would that be a “White House Negro,” Senator Reid? What about all of the strong, handsome, intelligent ebony skinned African Americans who do speak with a Negro dialect? Are you crushing their dreams? To suggest that one must be “light skinned” and be cautious about sounding like a Negro is a great offensive outrage! Actually, many Senator Reid’s comments…

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Light skinned with no negro dialect

Light skinned with no negro dialect

“Light skinned with no Negro dialect,” says Senator Harry Reid regarding President Barack Obama’s acceptability as a choice for holding the highest seat in our nation. If Michael Steele or any other conservative had said anything like it, the remarks would be labeled racist and plastered over every available news outlet. “As it stands, only a few brave souls are publicizing the comments while there is a massive push at damage control from those who wish to bury the elitist…

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A blog from a new friend

A blog from a new friend

I met a woman, Lisa Shaw today during a nice visit to A Center for Women in Orlanda, FLA today. I’m also here for the Morris Cerullo World Evangelism Conference. More about that later. Lisa and I talked about a new book available at returnofthechildren.com. It’s about babies who come back to visit post-abortive parents. Lisa and I have both had that experience in real life, visits from our aborted babies… Sounds kinda sci-fi I know, but it happens… Check…

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Another painful choice and a whole lot of subsequent grief for three females (along with even more secondary suffering)

Another painful choice and a whole lot of subsequent grief for three females (along with even more secondary suffering)

Okay, I’m about to take a bit of a different theme than usual. A young woman called me and said: “I know that you are pretty much in the prolife battle, but my Christian faith is being challenged. Have you heard about the case of Lisa Miller, Janet Jenkins and Isabella? The women were both lesbians and obtained a baby through artificial insemination. Now they are fighting over Isabella. Wouldn’t abortion have been better for the little girl, than this…

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May God bless your every breath this year, fill your life with joy, prosperity and good health. May even the babies in the womb and the elderly live their days this year free from fear of extinction. Alveda