Archive for June, 2011

Think About It This Way with Charles Butler Podcast June 25, 2011

June 26, 2011

Podcast of June 25th TAITW


The show was interesting and to the point we started with Byran Reilly, Sr. Policy Analyst at Heritage Foundation discussing international trade and its effect on the economy and working Americans. His first question is whether he was “the education or entertainment?”. Of course he was the education participant for our listeners. Listen in and learn about the KORUS trade agreement from a different perspective than MSNBC, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, et al.

Mr Mark Levin, guest on all the channels above including Fox News, we discussed the underfunding of pension plans and the malfeasance of state legislations across the country. Very engaging segment. Tune in and hear what is really going on at the state and federal level of entitlement programs.

Voter ID laws, I have been on radio stations around the country discussing how the Black elite are misinforming and miseducating Americans about the Voter identification laws to drive them back into Obama’s camp. The pollsters in Obama’s camp know Black people are not voting for him and express openly they are voting Democratic. It is ironic that it took a Black American president to expose the gross injustices by the party to this loyal constituency.

Flash Mob cover up by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CPD Supt. McCarthy, the 911 tapes show that Black youth were terrorizing a predominately white North Beach area with their ignorant antics. Fighting, loud music, loud brash behavoir. The coup de grace was Falsh Mopping on Magnificent Mile, They can behave like animals in the Black community just don’t bring outside. The young folks will get the lesson.


Father’s Day Is Special !

June 19, 2011

Obama and his Father’s Day message is true hypocrisy. It is Chicago trash talking politics on the national stage. I resent the falsehoods perpetrated on Black Father’s by an American society, that today throws roadblocks of inequality and access to opportunity regardless of the man’s education and character. I personally know too many well educated Black men that are not employed and under employed.

President Obama in his Saturday message stated, “This isn’t an obligation,” said the father of two in a message to millions of wayward dads. “This is a privilege to be a father.” Additionally, Mr. Obama stated, “An estimated 24 million American children are growing up with absent fathers, and a disproportionate number of them are African-American. Those children are at higher risk of falling into lives of poverty and crime and becoming parents themselves in their teenage years.”

President Obama grew up in a white culture devoid of exposure to the detrimental culture norms adopted by Blacks in the late sixties as acceptable. Dr. King’s ‘March on Washington” in 1963 was about Black unemployment which was at unheard of 6%. The revisionists and Black opportunists of course over emphasize civil rights. Pres. Kennedy promised King he would eliminate black employment discrimination with “the stoke a pen” an executive order. He had not and King was moving to embarrass him for lying to him during the campaign and appointing segregationists federal judges throughout the south. We have watched as black families have been decimated by the intrusion of “Great Society” programs in their lives since the sixties. Daniel Moynihan warned President Lyndon B. Johnson of the dysfunction his programs would create in the Black community, and he launched them full speed ahead.

The “Great Society” programs empowered Black women to leave their husbands. The restructuring of the qualification of public financial assistance allowed a Black woman without a husband and children access to housing, clothing, food, a monthly stipend funds that was equal to or exceeded the lifestyle her working-class husband could provide for his family. The disparity in income is still about 20% for a Black man and 35% for a Black woman, but the mainstream media focus on equality in income is based on the White woman’s stature that exceeds all categories of Blacks.

There are two glaring issues that should be at the forefront of any discussion of Black fatherhood. The first is the disproportionate numbers of Black men unemployed that have education, character, and initiative. Employment discrimination against Black men is still prevalent in our society. The second issue is Black women’s attitude about having children. If a man doesn’t care enough to ask for your hand in marriage, why do you think they want to have a child with you? Entrapment. This pathology has permeated Black America since we arrived on these shores. The only person I have knowledge of that tried to reverse this trend was Dr. Jocelyn Elders, as the General Surgeon of the U.S. She was considered controversial because of her drug legalization and contraceptive views.

In the year 2011, there is no reason for the numbers of out of wedlock births except for government welfare support. I support the government providing support and education for a mother and one child, because mistakes happen.

If Pres. Obama were serious he would address employment discrimination, as his Attorney General Eric Holder wants to pursue or he will continue his trash talk of Chicago style politicians.

Happy Father’s Day to all fathers, regardless of your status with your children. You should be allowed to decide whom you have children with and parent. Society has to stop looking at the world through a Middle Ages prism and deal with the fact women are not helpless victims who need recusing. They have control of the conception process, look at all the professional women that have delayed childbirth until the appropriate time in their careers. The focus on men is misplaced and I will not continue to denigrate men when women control the childbearing process.


Think About It This Way with Charles Butler Podcast June 18, 2011

June 19, 2011

Think About It This Way with Charles Butler Podcast June 18, 2011

This evening we had Dr. James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation on the show. What a great thinker in the area of foreign and domestic policy. We talked about BHO’s flawed Libyan policy and what it is doing to the American image aboard. It is not making it better as promised during the campiagn.

BHO, continues to government by campaign outcome. The strategy has resulted in vote of no confidence in the Obama administration.

Operation Rainbow/PUSH 40th Annual Conference is focusing on Voter’s Rights
The truth is this a blatant attempt to interject race into National discussion.

Please listen and go to my websites.


Wake Up Chicago and Stop Funding Poverty Pimps and Terrorists

June 17, 2011

In terms of addressing Black issues in Chicago I want to say in the words of Aretha “Who’s zooming Who?” We know the media seeking church-types are ineffective as is former gang members called Cease Fire. We paid gang members not to commit crimes. CPD Weis and McCarthy are on the same page as me, we are through negotiating with terrorists

Those same Black Community Leaders let Mayor Daley empower criminals in the Black community and denied Black Contractors contracts. The (6-9-2011) Inspector General report said under Mayor Daley last year Black contractors were defrauded out of $19M in contracts, it was $18M in 2009, someone needs to go to jail. Some one has to be held accountable for the misappropriation of public funds and that starts at the top the mayor’s office. The white contractor that had $22M in minority contracts on the highway construction deal walked.

Why is it that some Black folks think they need to lead Black folks. Black people are you not free from slavery? Are you not an American with the right to pursue life, liberty and happiness. Don’t let people fool you into thinking as a group, you are an individual with your own interests and those are consistent with understanding gangs and terrorism. You should call Mayor Emanuel and your govm’t officials and tell them you want to live free and not under the influence of the gangs nor community activists.

Do you know who the leader of Latinos, Gays, Jewish folks, Women are? The answer is they don’t have one. Because they are intelligent people. Remember this fact the Black elites, go to “the man” and is compromised because they are poor and jobless. (Uneducated, untrained, uninformed, and Needy) The Leader(s) cuts a deal with “the man”, if you take care of me I will keep those Negroes in the community confused and in check. It is amazing to me the similarities of 1870 Carperbaggers and the so-called leaders of the Black community. Call the CPD and Cook County Sheriff’s to deal with the gangs that’s what they get paid to do.

The gangs need to be eradicated from the community, not understood. We should not spend another dime on understanding. We should fight fire with fire. MLK is dead, and his strategies were flawed by his own admission. He had switched tactics when he was killed, to be more business-like and to get off his knees.

You ever wonder why white people don’t have these issues in their communities and Black do? We have Leaders with an agenda, “No Problem, No need” for them and they have to get real jobs. Don’t try to understand the gangs, call for their elimination, they are TERRORISTS by any intelligent definition of the word. When it comes to any community Black leader group. Peace

Think About It This Way with Charles Butler June 11, 2011

June 12, 2011

Click below for podcast of Saturday June 11, 2011 show

Tonight the show was fast pace and we moved through topics that were important to the Chicago-land audience.

We had Dr. Brian Darling, Sr. Fellow for Government Study from the Heritage Foundation on to discuss the Senate Economic Development Act, which is a mini-Stimulus bill that rewards Pres. Obama’s supporters. The bi-partisan group is meeting behind closed doors so much for transparency. We discussed the Libyan War and the lack of direction as well as spending 70% of NATO effort on USA shoulders.

Dr. Tom Borelli, Sr. Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research discussing BHO’s educational training plans from his White House Saturday morning address. Spending, Spending from the government, we need jobs to train people for the positions that will have like in the old days. BHO, is a dreamer, given he has never had a real job except U.S. Senator for 2 years before running for president. Go figure! what the heck does he know about the world, not much. He still looks like a deer in headlights on stage with the world leaders going eye to eye. First, dissed Putin Russia as a Super Power, then Saroksy nice guy, but as weak, then Netanyahu on 1967 border, then Medvedev on missile defense.

Philip Jackson of Black Star Project and the Flash Mob and training adults to defuse the violence.

I did several segments on Flash Mobs versus Drive Bys, where are the police resources for the killings in Black and Brown communities.

Think About It This Way with Charles Butler Podcast June 3, 2011

June 9, 2011

This is the podcast from June 3rd, it was an interesting show

click the link below to listen-

We had Dr. Matt Spaulding, of The Heritage Foundation discussing the Constitution and President Obama, we touched on how Fredrick Douglas concluded that it was not a pro-slavery document and embrace it his entire life.

Cong Joe Walsh R-IL was on to comment on the President speech in El Paseo, TX where he kicked off his campaign using the race card. Whites don’t wnat illegal immigrants in the counrty because they are racist. By the way Mr. President check the polling neither do Blacks and Latino Americans. Do you start to get the picture.

Dr. Donald Grimes discusssing the GM recovery and how the government should have left them to manage themselves. GM was on track to recovery without a government take over.

Transcript of TV ONE Roland Martin and Cong Shultz Jim Crow

June 9, 2011

I copied the transcript because I wanted the reading public to know the brainwashing going on in the media that doesn’t get checked by politicians or the so-called Black leaders. Race baiting in it highest forms.

Provided from the TV One website:

MR. MARTIN: The economy isn’t the only hot-button issue that may impact Pres. Barack Obama’s reelection bid in 2012. An ongoing effort under way in Republican-controlled statehouses across the country could be another. Republicans are backing measures that will require photo identification and other type[s] of things, including cutting the number of days for early voting. Republicans say it will cut down on voter fraud. Critics contend it’s a step backwards, and it would dis- — discriminate against the poor, elderly, students, people with disabilities and minorities. Joining me to explain why Democrats are against this move is the chair of the Democratic National Committee, Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
We’re glad you’re here on “Washington Watch.”
REP. DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Thank you, Roland. Great to be here with you.
MR. MARTIN: Your home state – Gov. Rick Scott is leading one of these efforts, and for the life of me, I – I don’t understand whenever I see Republicans or even Democrats contesting votes and things along those lines. We talk about this is the fundamental right [of] being Americans, but to put roadblocks up to – to – for voting makes no sense to me.
REP. SCHULTZ: Well, I mean if you go back to the year 2000, when we had an obvious disaster and – and saw that our voting process needed refinement, and we did that in the America Votes Act and made sure that we could iron out those kinks, now you have the Republicans, who want to literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow
laws and literally – and very transparently – block access to the polls to voters who are more likely to vote for Democratic candidates than Republican candidates. And it’s nothing short of that blatant.
MR. MARTIN: Now, Georgia has a voter I.D. law that was passed, and the Obama Justice Department – they actually approved that particular law, saying it will not impact minority voters. But other states are looking to – to put into place voter I.D. laws. Your – the DNC’s position on those voter I.D. laws.
REP. SCHULTZ: Well, photo I.D. laws, we think, is – are – are very similar to a poll tax. I mean you look – just look at African-American voters as a snapshot. About 25 percent of African-American voters don’t have a valid photo I.D. I mean – and – and the reason it’s similar to a poll tax is because you’ve got the expense. You’ve got the effort. The- — there’s difficulties for s- — for many people in getting a photo I.D. So, you’re literally just throwing a barrier in the way of someone who’s trying to exercise their right to vote. And the reason that it’s not necessary is because we already have very legitimate voter verification processes, signature checks that are already in place; and there is so little voter fraud, which is the professed reason the Republicans are advancing these – these laws. There’s so little vo- — voter fraud, and I mean you’re more likely to get hit by lightning than you are to see an instance of voter fraud in this country, but Republicans are imposing laws all over the country, acting like it’s not – voter fraud is rampant, and it’s ridiculous.
MR. MARTIN: I spoke of the efforts by Gov. Scott in Florida, and you have many
third-party groups who are saying, “Look. If we’re going to be fined based upon some of these laws, we’re not going to do any registration at all.” [The] League of Women Voters –
REP. SCHULTZ: They dropped – MR. MARTIN: — they’ve – REP. SCHULTZ: — out. MR. MARTIN: — said, “We’re not doing it.” REP. SCHULTZ: That’s –
MR. MARTIN: This is – REP. SCHULTZ: — right. MR. MARTIN: — a major group that’s out there trying to register people to vote –
a nonpartisan, independent group. REP. SCHULTZ: Rick Scott, the Republican governor of Florida, as part of his
election reform law that he just pushed through the legislature, literally said to third- party groups who register voters, “We’re going to fine you a thousand dollars per voter if you don’t turn the voter registration form in within 48 hours of registering” –
MR. MARTIN: So, if you – REP. SCHULTZ: — “a voter.” MR. MARTIN: — have some 10,000 folks’ names on forms, if it’s not turned in
[in] 48 hours – REP. SCHULTZ: That’s $10,000 [sic].
MR. MARTIN: — you’re looking at a massive fi- — a thousand dollars per voter?
REP. SCHULTZ: Per voter. So, of course, the League of Women Voters said, “We’re not registering voters in Florida anymore.” A- — and, look, Roland, there – there are going to be lawsuits over laws that disenfranchise voters and that are deliberately trying to block access to the polls for certain voters, so I mean we – we – we see through what they’re trying to do. They say they’re trying to prevent voter fraud. There really aren’t very many instances of voter fraud, and we’re not going to – we’re going – we’re not going to allow it to – to – to run roughshod over the electoral process.
MR. MARTIN: I do want to ask you one issue. You and I, we go back and forth on Twitter. We’ve seen this –
REP. SCHULTZ: [Chuckles.] MR. MARTIN: — drama with Cong. Anthony Weiner. REP. SCHULTZ: Um-hum. MR. MARTIN: Do you want him to just give a straight answer? I mean –
because part of this deal – and we’ve heard multiple, different things here – although he’s a member of Congress, it’s a t- — it’s – it’s at Twitter. He’s saying he was hacked. He’s still a public official, and so where do you stand on this in terms of, should he be reporting this as an investigation to the federal authorities, if a member of Congress certainly had his Twitter account hacked?
REP. SCHULTZ: I – I think it’s a personal matter that Anthony Weiner is dealing with, and that’s where it should be left.
money in Dallas, too. So – REP. SCHULTZ: Love – love Dallas, but gotta support the hometown team. MR. MARTIN: — all right. Congresswoman Schultz, we appreciate it. Thanks a
REP. SCHULTZ: Thanks, Roland. MR. MARTIN: Thanks a bunch. REP. SCHULTZ: Thank you. MR. MARTIN: Folks, coming up, the downbeat jobs report may reflect a new
reality for the American economy. We’re just not going to spend that much anymore. My journalists’ roundtable tackles that up next. [END OF SEGMENT.]

Roland and Debbie Don’t Know Jim Crow

June 9, 2011

Roland and Debbie Don’t Know Jim Crow

This past week on Washington Watch with Roland Martin on TV One, Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and host Roland Martin, misconstrued the facts about Florida and Georgia and other state houses around the country creating voter identification laws that will return our nation back to the times of Jim Crow. Jim Crow is a Democratic Party concept, and they solely conceived, sponsored and enforced institution throughout the American South. There are those of us that experienced the psychological pain of Jim Crow and will not allow people that only read about it in history books trivialize the institution in folly. The notion of government-issued identification at the polling place is a pragmatic common sense approach to governing.

I would never allow Roland Martin use such a weak, milk toast explanation about requiring voter identification at the polls. Black people like Obama and Martin are threatened by Black men that are more intelligent than themselves with worldly experience and travel. I have had discussions with both Barak-then and Roland and found them light on the use of historical facts that I used to make my points in our discussions. It is common sense and should be a legitimate requirement to know who is in the polling box. The esoteric hypothetical accusations of the left and the theorems of the miseducated Black elite are often too much to bear intellectually. This diatribe by Mr. Martin and Cong. Schultz is the classic example of media disinformation that is continually directed at the America, in an attempt to fire up racial discontent between America and Black Americans. This reminds me of the hysteria generated by the liberal media over Arizona SB1070, which the US Supreme Court upheld last week, to quiet coverage by the media.

Mr. Martin and Congresswoman Schultz displayed a gross lack of historical and political knowledge about civil rights legislation in this country and the roles the Republicans have played as the major sponsors, proponents and enforcers of the civil rights laws from World War II to the present, on a local, state and national level. The falsehoods presented to the TV ONE audience was unconscionable, however it was consistent with the blatant manipulation and misinformation about the history of our country and Black Americans by the media. I have attached a copy of the transcript from Mr. Martin’s television show on my website at and the WordPress blog at The video can be seen at I want you (the reader) to understand the context of which the comments were made about the voting identification laws.

Mr. Martin stated at the beginning of the segment, “we talk about the fundamental right of the Americans, but to put roadblocks up to 24 voting makes no sense to me”. Then, Cong. Schultz says that “we need to go back and revisit the year 2000 when we had it obvious disaster and out of that came the American Votes Act to make sure we iron out the kinks in the system.” She was referring to is the Al Gore George Bush election, and the Supreme Court’s ruling, which selected the President of the United States.

Cong. Shultz states that, “now you have Republicans, who want to literally drag us back to Jim Crow laws and literally and very transparently blocked access to the polls to voters who are more likely to vote for Democratic candidates than Republican candidates. And is nothing short of that blatant”.

It is an insult to the intelligence and integrity of the American people, our legislative bodies around the country and especially Black Americans to play the race card over an issue where race is not an issue. We are required to produce a state issued driver’s license for many reasons during our daily activities. The purpose is to verify that a person has complied with the motor vehicle statutes of the state to operate a vehicle on the roads. I cannot ascertain where it is an imposition or a violation of a person’s rights as citizen to ask for some form of government issued identification when performing a fundamental right to vote in elections.

I have been voting since 1970, and I have always taken my driver’s license with me to the polling place to identify myself to the election judges. It seems like a common sense thing to do whether it is required or not. The arguments of Mr. Martin and Congresswoman Shultz were blatant misrepresentations of the intent of the voter ID laws across the country. Most Americans have access to some form of government issued identification; people that try to use this argument are playing a dangerous game with a serious issue based on their delirious hypothetical claims.

Like most liberals, Mr. Martin and Cong. Schultz will get caught in their untruths and distortions of the facts about the Florida and Georgia laws. I find it appalling and unconscionable if it is true that 25% of black American voters do not hold a valid photo government issued ID. Most people can obtain a driver’s license, or a state issue identification card. I attained one for my daughter when she was 12 years old, to go through airport security. The reality is state issued identification for poor and disabled people usually have some form of government aid that provides them a free identification card of some sort without a cost to obtain one.

The problem with liberals is that they want to be paternal and involve themselves in the manipulation of Black Americans right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. If 25% of black Americans don’t have a state issued ID, then obviously they don’t want one. The onus should be placed on that 25% of Black Americans to obtain a form of government identification. It is their personal responsibility to act like productive citizens. They do not need the Democratic Party and government interference to tell them they need to vote or who to vote for.

However, Democrats feel they have right to dictate to Blacks how to vote. In 2009 Attorney General Holder’s DOJ sued the city of Kinston, NC. The DOJ went so far as to say partisan elections are needed so that black voters can elect their ‘candidates of choice”- identified by the DOJ as those who are Democrats and almost exclusively black. This was a humiliating decision that reflected the perceived child-like mentality of Black citizens on record. This story was carried not in the mainstream media because it is so blatantly racist and derogatory. The DOJ in effect said that Black’s need a D on the ballot to know who to vote for go to this: So why not ask for an X on the voter’s log for identification?

I think it is contingent on state governments to require that all voting citizens have some proof of identification. We have too many illegal immigrants acting as if they were citizens in our country. It is against Mexican immigration law Mexican citizens to participate in the politics of another country. Mexican President Calderon is telling illegals to vote for the Democrats and support President Obama. They can’t vote they are living in our country illegally. We need to immediately deport illegal immigrants that have broken our federal and state laws and send an invoice to their respective governments for the costs of relocation, lodging, and food. Calderon has to acknowledge that over $28B in remittances went to Mexico in 2008 from the U.S., that’s money not circulating in the American economy, i.e. local, state and federal tax revenues, turn-over in communities for little league baseball etc.. We as a country can no longer afford to have so many illiterate, unskilled, uneducated, laborers displace Americans in the same situation.

Remember people, the language of business and commerce is English, and French. In order to make America a better place, we need to take care of the Americans that already here, and have been here for generations. Our government officials should focus on that fact instead of creating new crisis.

It happens that neither Congresswoman Shultz, born in 1966 nor Mr. Martin in 1968, never experienced Jim Crow in their lifetime, and they can’t even speculate accurately about the psychological pain of institution of Jim Crow. I experienced Jim Crow first hand in the segregated South as a young boy and the remnants as a Naval Officer in the 70’s. By the time Ms. Shultz ’66 and Mr. Martin ’68 were born, I had been to a Jim Crow Florida numerous times with my father and my brothers from Detroit. So that meant we passed through Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama before reaching Florida. We couldn’t stop at roadside drive-in restaurants and be served like other people, even though we were decent and had money, because we were black. So we carried our food in the car, fried chicken, bologna, pops, ice chest, vegetables and fruit. My father and his cousin would drive the trip, would use the bushes beside the gas station to relief themselves, because blacks were allowed to use public restrooms or water fountains. Well, my brothers and I being from Detroit Michigan did not know that so we went in the restrooms like we did at home. My cousin Buddy won his deathbed in 2001 still reveled at the fact that those white people at the gas stations never said anything to us. However my brothers and I always thought we were taking too long in the bathroom so we would hurry so that my father and my cousin could use the restrooms. They didn’t want to expose us to cruelty of Jim Crow laws exercised by the people. However, when we went to the movies in Pensacola or De Funiak Springs, Florida, we have to sit upstairs in the balcony because we were black. So I quit going to the movies, because I refused to give those racist white people my father’s hard earned money.

My Dad always commented that I was special boy, in that I fought racism whenever it rears its ugly head all my life. I always felt terrible for my father because of the treatment he received most of life, by the country he loved so much, he was a Navy veteran of World War II and my cousin an Army Korean War veteran. I remember that all of my family members attended Florida A&M for college before integration. So, I know a little about the institution we call Jim Crow.

People like Congresswoman Shultz and Roland Martin need to stop playing the race card, in hopes of stirring up racial discontent in America. There are real issues of discrimination in this country, like access to capital for black business people, access to the financial markets for their businesses. President Obama’s approval rankings are reflective of his policies and his cabinet not because of the color of his skin.

I think we should deal with some facts about the history of Democrats and Republicans and the voting rights for black Americans. Most people don’t know that we had a Civil Rights Act of 1957 or 1960 which was proposed to Congress by Pres. Eisenhower. In 1957, 20% of black Americans had registered to vote. The goal of the 1957 civil rights act was to ensure that all black Americans could exercise their right to vote. Most people and historians tend to focus on the fact that pro-segregationist Sen. Strom Thurmond from South Carolina sustained the longest one person filibuster in the history of the U.S. Senate in an attempt to keep it from becoming law, while negating the Democratic Senate leader Lyndon Baines Johnson and Sen. Eastland of Mississippi and Sen. Russell from Georgia who systematically got it the enforcement clauses from the bill. The Democratic leaders realized that they could not stop the bill from being passed but they could make it useless which they did. The U.S. Civil Rights Commission was founded out of the CRA of 1957.

Martin Luther King, Jr., sent to telegrams to Pres. Eisenhower asking him to speak out from his office as president to the people of the South about the moral nature of the problem. Eisenhower was dismissive of Dr. King, responding “I don’t know what another speech would do about that thing right now”. Dr. King met with Richard Nixon for two hours to discuss civil rights. In fact, VP Nixon met with a number of black leaders at the White House to discuss civil rights and there is a picture of that meeting, on my website.

Much to his credit Richard M Nixon (a Quaker), and believed in fairness and opportunity for all Americans. Richard Nixon supported Sen. Robert Taft’s (Ohio Republican) American fair employment law in 1946. History for Blacks in this is so distorted that we credit two Democrats civil rights progress and aiding black Americans, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon the Johnson, while factually nothing could be further from the truth. John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson as Congressman and Senators never supported civil rights legislation. While Dick Nixon as a Congressman and Senator vehemently supported proposed civil rights legislation. President Kennedy upon being inaugurated immediately began placing segregationist judges on the federal bench to stymie civil rights progress and appease the Southern Democrats in House and Senate.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a landmark piece of legislation in the United States it outlawed major forms of discrimination against blacks and women and including racial segregation. It ended unequal application of voter registration requirements and racial segregation in schools and the workplace and by the facilities that serve the general public (” public accommodations”). Initially the powers to enforce the act were weak and were supplemented during later years.

Let’s be clear, it was Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) Thomas Kuchel (R-CA), Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) and Mike Mansfield (D-MT) introduced the substitute bill that attracted enough Republican swing votes to end a filibuster by Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WVA). We can review the votes of the both houses and see that Republicans overwhelmingly supported the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In fact Pres. Johnson personally thanked Sen. Dirksen for pushing civil rights legislation through.

The facts are far more interesting than the imagined hypothetical accusations of the liberal left, and the Black-elite that continue to embrace misinformation thereby misleading the masses with their distorted sense of history and politics.

GOP 7 seven and counting, BHO not feeling too safe!

June 6, 2011


A debate with seven  candidates I wonder what they hope to accomplish with that many people in a debate. It appears to me, that this is a media frenzy camera opportunity for the participants. How could any of them hope to come out of this debate with an upbeat in the polls.


Pres. Obama is hard at work campaigning and conducting fundraisers to raise over $60 million for the quarter. I think Mr. Obama’s campaign has really been surprised at the lack of enthusiasm to write checks for his campaign coffers. When you live in a bubble, you die in a bubble, and what do you learn the experience. The president understands that he has an issue with black Americans and Independents in this election cycle. So instead of addressing the concerns and issues of black America, he has sought to Rev. Al Sharpton to head up this effort to get blacks into the fold.I think Pres. Obama has torn his underwear with black voters in the near future, they will not turn out for him in the numbers of 2008.I don’t know what his strategy is yet on getting independents to move to his side of the election rhetoric.


The Independents and other guilt ridden voters are over their guilt and the uniqueness of having a president with the funny last name. I think most Americans see this for what it is, and that is we need leadership on a domestic and foreign policy, that resonates with the will and desires of the people. Mr. Obama needs to count more on his academic background about the Constitution and what it means, because people certainly this point in his administration I think many parallels between Mr. Obama and Pres. Woodrow Wilson can be drawn.I certainly see Pres. Jimmy Carter and Pres. Barack Obama going down in history along with President Bush as one term presidents.


My predictions are simple, Pres. Obama will be a one term president, not because of the color of his skin, but because of his policy failures, his cabinet selection, and the fact that many of his deeds are perceived as being very un-American by the majority of the people. So, while he may raise record funds for his campaign, as I pointed out to a member of the national finance committee; Mr. Obama will receive some money from corporations, but Republicans will receive sizable donations from their normal sources this election cycle. Now this past week, I’ve had on my show three people at least that are involved with the contributions contradictions that the president has shared with the American people as troops truths. The first is that the border is safe and that the Obama administration is deporting more people than ever before, the border is less than 10% finished, according to Sheriff Babeu, the Cali right next to the American to the Mexican border. There are signs in his County that tell American drivers to use highway 10 which is 20 miles north because the drug cartels may shoot them. Well we know the economies in the tank, and the president tries look at the bright side, there is no bright side, when there are no jobs. I think most Americans support free trade, but we want to see more fair trade. Until the president, supports our small business people this country will never attain rest. Again. It is my belief that president Obama should raise tariffs and taxes and will go back to the trade laws and formulas of the 1960s.the Obama care act is going to cost seniors and other individuals a great deal of money, we’ve seen premiums increase over 40% this year. We can’t allow our healthcare to be rationed as the British health service network was since 1941. The British have concluded that they’re going to push 80% of the institutes budget down to the primary caregivers so that they can make decisions for them all I can say is God bless America.


I’m going to be golfing tomorrow at the Elgin golf course fees to be an issue I would say is that if you get a chance you know someone who does please have them attend the golf tournament and make me. Sick Elgin country club golf course, and Elgin Illinois.

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