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Racism isn’t over. But policymakers from both parties like to pretend it is.

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We must continue the fight in 2018, mid-terms, Dems, mid-terms! Get out and vote out the Republicans!

Political Party Quiz will help you find where you fit.

Gov’t Motors Employess to Receive Bonuses up to $7,000 Each Read more: http://conservativebyte.com/2012/12/govt-motors-employess-to-receive-bonuses-up-to-7000-each/#ixzz2FnTVbdDb

A new poll is out showing only 1 in 3 voters in North Carolina approves of Democrat Senator Kay Hagan as opposed to 49% of voters who disapproves of Kay Hagan

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Sorry, Kil LIAR y, Your Michigan Recount Will Never Happen and Here’s Why. We all know that Green Party candidate Jill Stein was not the “power player” of the recount. She’s the flunkie. Evidence must be provided of fraud or systematic error in every MI county to initiate a statewide recount.

DEMS ONLY LIKE LESBIANS, PRO-ABORTION AND COMMIE CHICKS: Tony Perkins, ‘It’s Democrats Who Wage War on Women’

The Democrat party was the first political party in the US & they owned slaves & made so much profit from slavery that they fought tooth & nail to keep slavery legal. The Republican party was started to END SLAVERY & the Democratic party continued to put up a fight to keep slavery legal & keep blacks from voting. The Democratic party started the Klu Klux Klan to frighten & intimidate blacks & those white sympathizers. Republican party is not racist. That is the party that freed the black…

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First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Congratulate U.S. President-Elect

The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles issued the following statement Wednesday: We invite Americans everywhere, whatever their political persuasion, to join us in praying for the President-Elect

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American political activist, scholar, professor, author and nationally prominent radical of the 1960s, Angela Davis. Of well educated southern parents, she studied in the US, France and Germany, and became a leader of the Communist Party USA, and closely involved with the Black Panther Party through the Civil Rights Movement. She popularised the 'afro' hairstyle and generated pride in many African Americans, and respect for her uncompromising stance, amongst students around the world

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