Female GOP Congresswoman blasts Democrats’ ‘war’ on women trope at CPAC 2015

Ben Bullard Personal Liberty 3/2/2015

…Ironically, said Love, it is the Democrats’ myopic reliance on identity politics that does the greatest harm to the interest groups they falsely purport to defend. For a party that claims to monopolize the high ground on any social justice issue, the Democrats have adopted a platform that hurts the […]

Mia Love: Obama’s Executive Amnesty ‘Looks More Like A Dictatorship’

Alex Griswold The Daily Caller 11/19/2014

Utah Republican Congresswoman-elect Mia Love told the hosts of “Fox and Friends” that President Barack Obama’s plan for unilateral executive amnesty looks “more like a dictatorship” than a democracy.

“This is not about the president. It’s about the American people, and what the American people want the president to […]

Scott on ‘F’ Grade from NAACP: ‘It’s Because I Believe That Progress Has to be Made’

Bridget Johnson PJ Media 11/6/2014

The first African-American senator to be elected from the South since reconstruction made dual history Tuesday as Tim Scott (R-S.C.) won the seat to which he was appointed after Jim DeMint’s retirement.

Scott is also the first black senator to be elected in both the House and the Senate.

“South […]

Rangel: Southern GOP Still Believes In Slavery, ‘Racial Superiority’

Alex Griswold The Daily Caller 11/5/2014

The day after the 2014 election, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Democratic Congressman Charlie Rangel whether he wanted to walk back his comments that the GOP “doesn’t believe slavery is over.”

To Blitzer’s shock, Rangel doubled down, accusing Southern Republicans of supporting slavery and believing in racial superiority…

 

 

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David Mark Politix 1/22/2014

Mia Love is virtually certain to be a member of Congress a year from now.

The Utah Republican is running for the House seat being vacated by retiring Rep. Jim Matheson, a very conservative Democrat. Love narrowly lost to Matheson in 2012. But the […]

The Nation’s Only Black Senator Was Not Invited to Speak at Event Commemorating MLK’s ‘March on Washington’

Jason Howerton The Blaze 8/28/2013

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), the only black person serving in the U.S. Senate, was not invited speak at Wednesday’s event commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic march on Washington. There were, however, a number of Democratic lawmakers who were invited to appear.