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Racial attack on Herman Cain just shows how badly liberals fear loss of minority vote

Posted by: ST on February 15, 2011 at 7:50 pm » 5 Comments

Successful conservative businessman, talk radio host, and potential GOP presidential contender Herman Cain spoke at CPAC this past Friday and brought the house down with the speech he gave in front of a packed ballroom of supporters and potential supporters. Nice Deb has the video. You can read excerpts of the speech here. I sat […]

 

Local black leaders, citizens: Charlotte NAACP prez does not speak for us

Posted by: ST on January 18, 2011 at 8:22 pm » 8 Comments

Local news station WBTV had an excellent report earlier this evening from journalist Steve Crump on how Charlotte NAACP President Kojo Nantambu’s idiotic call for major sports tournaments (and the Democrat National Convention) to boycott the “racist bastion” of Charlotte have backfired big time. Click below to watch. In a nutshell, the video talks about […]

 

Charlotte NAACP prez: Charlotte a “racist bastion” for holding classes on MLK Day

Posted by: ST on January 17, 2011 at 5:41 pm » 12 Comments

In local race-hustling news: Local NAACP President Kojo Nantambu led around 100 people on a march through uptown this morning, protesting the decision to keep schools open on the Martin Luther King holiday. And Namtambu, pledging to “expose Charlotte for the racist bastion it is,” announced a petition drive to keep the CIAA, NCAA, PGA […]

 

Why is Al Sharpton still called a “civil rights leader”?

Posted by: ST on September 21, 2010 at 6:06 pm » 11 Comments

There are a lot of things wrong about this Associated Press report: NEW YORK (AP) – The Rev. Al Sharpton will host a weekly syndicated TV program focusing on education. ESH Holdings, a new minority-owned multimedia company, says the half-hour news and information magazine, called “Education SuperHighway,” will target parents, educators and students. Hosted by […]

 

Time to play “what if a white pol had said that?”

Posted by: ST on September 13, 2010 at 11:37 am » 10 Comments

Race-baiting politics once again strike in NYC.  Via the NY Post: Mayor David Dinkins encouraged voters to embrace a state Senate candidate because he looks “more like us.” “It’s important, it is so very important, particularly for the people of this district who vote on Tuesday to recognize how important it is to understand that […]

 

When will it stop? The meaning of “racism” continues to get diluted as Tea Party is once again compared to KKK

Posted by: ST on August 27, 2010 at 11:08 am » 11 Comments

ABC News reports on yet another black “leader” equating Tea Partiers nationwide to the KKK (via): A civil rights activist and former congressman equated the Tea Party with the Ku Klux Klan today as he blasted a conservative rally planned in Washington, D.C., this weekend. The Rev. Walter Fauntroy, the non-voting delegate who represented the […]

 

15 minutes of fame extended: Shirley Sherrod to sue Andrew Breitbart

Posted by: ST on July 29, 2010 at 6:14 pm » 8 Comments

Yippie: Former Agriculture Department official Shirley Sherrod announced Thursday that she intends to sue Andrew Breitbart for posting a misleading video of Sherrod that ended up costing her job. Sherrod made the announcement at the National Association of Black Journalists conference in San Diego. “I will definitely do it,” she said. Sherrod lost her job […]

 

Today only: Sister Toldjah blog will be a Sherrod-free zone

Posted by: ST on July 26, 2010 at 5:55 pm » 2 Comments

This will be the only post that mentions her at this blog today. Everything else I write about will be on a topic other than Shirley Sherrod. Please also consider this an open thread, in case you want to talk about her and the issues surrounding what happened last week. Or any other issue. In […]

 

All you need to know about how Fox News handled the Sherrod story

Posted by: ST on July 25, 2010 at 10:28 am » 11 Comments

Thanks, Howard Kurtz: But for all the chatter — some of it from Sherrod herself — that she was done in by Fox News, the network didn’t touch the story until her forced resignation was made public Monday evening, with the exception of brief comments by O’Reilly. After a news meeting Monday afternoon, an e-mail […]

 

CNN hosts: In light of Sherrod story, legal steps/”checks and balances” system needed for bloggers

Posted by: ST on July 24, 2010 at 11:48 am » 20 Comments

Alana Goodman from Newsbusters files this disturbing report: Should there be a “gatekeeper” regulating internet bloggers? In the aftermath of the Shirley Sherrod incident, that’s what CNN promoted on July 23. Anchors Kyra Phillips and John Roberts discussed the “mixed blessing of the internet,” and agreed that there should be a crackdown on anonymous bloggers […]