For a long time, I've highlighted the bigotry that seems to exist in the African American community because black conservatives are called names and treated as outcasts simply because of their political beliefs.
The latest example of this appalling treatment is NAACP official Rev. William Barber referring to Republican South Carolina Senator Tim Scott as a “ventriloquist dummy” for Republicans. Barber is upset that Senator Scott “articulates the agenda of the Tea Party.”
Rev. Barber made this comment about Senator Scott weeks ago, and he has yet to apologize and the NAACP has yet to condemn him for the remarks. You, the listeners, have voted on Hannity.com and 93 percent of you believe that Reverend Barber should be fired from the NAACP for his remarks.
The NAACP needs to step up and live up to its mission. The attack on Senator Scott and the disparaging comments directed towards other black conservatives has gone too far. It has reached a point of critical mass and it has gone on long enough…(more)
Before O-Care Debacle, Sebelius Made Many Trips to WH
Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, The Hill obtained documents which revealed that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was a frequent visitor to the White House in the time leading up the disastrous roll-out of ObamaCare.
“The documents reveal that Sebelius met with or attended calls and events with Obama at least 18 times between Oct. 27, 2012, and Oct. 6, 2013, including at least seven instances in which the two were scheduled to discuss the new healthcare law, according to the secretary’s draft schedules.”
This is significant because Obama and Sebelius have both claimed that the President was not informed about the potential problems with the healthcare exchange website. So what, exactly, were they talking about in all these meetings?…(more)