Milw North Branch Mtg on Tues Oct 17

We will start at 7pm at our regular meeting place, Kam’s Thistle & Shamrock on 84th & Lisbon.

Mark you calendar and come join us for some political talk. We will introduce Khenzer Senat, Director of African American Outreach, as special guest along with the upcoming Spring elections. December 1st is the first day we can gather signatures for ballot access.

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Democrats Must Stop Taking the Black Working Class for Granted

A new report from Working America found that black Ohioans were suffering economically during the 2016 presidential election—but did not think a Democratic president would make a difference.

If black Democrats in Ohio fail to vote in larger numbers in the next midterm elections than they did in 2016, Democrats can kiss the state goodbye. That’s what Working America has concluded in a report released Tuesday that assessed the views of black voters in the Buckeye State and made recommendations for how Democrats turn out more of them at the polls. The organization, a political organizing wing of the AFL-CIO focused on the non-union working people, found, unsurprisingly, that black people have very little trust in the political process.

Read more by Collier Meyerson at thenation.com

As a black conservative,

…I find the concept that blacks are too incompetent to find their way to acquire a photo ID extremely insulting, demeaning, and offensive. Democrats are fighting voter ID because they seek to steal elections via voter fraud. – Lloyd Marcus


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If black people can forgive Democrats for slavery, why can’t blacks forgive Republicans for freedom?

During his radio monologue, Dr. Yuille, host of Joshua’s Trail, the popular Michigan radio show of black conservative Christian thought, often asks the following rhetorical questions:

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Elbert Guillory: “Why I Am a Republican”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_YQ8560E1w

Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory (R-Opelousas) explains why he recently switched from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party. He discusses the history of the Republican Party, founded as an Abolitionist Movement in 1854. Guillory talks about how the welfare state is only a mechanism for politicians to control the black community.

In 1920, Republican Party member James Weldon Johnson becomes leader of the NAACP.

During his tenure, he investigated conditions in Haiti, fought for young black authors to get published during the Harlem Renaissance and supported the Republicans’ Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill of 1921, which the Democrats defeated.

Born: June 17, 1871
Died: June 26, 1938


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Black Chicago Pastor: Dems ‘Failing’ Us

A pastor on the South Side is asking Republicans to talk to his flock after what he says are 50 years of disappointment from the other party.

CHICAGO — It is difficult to imagine a less likely GOP presidential campaign stop than O Block.

After all, it’s the most dangerous stretch of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Chicago and one of the toughest territories in the city.

But if Republicans stand a chance of chipping away at Democrats’ dominance over the black vote in this city and elsewhere, it might be something to consider.

“African-Americans have been loyal to the Democratic Party,” Pastor Corey Brooks said. “But there is a group of African-Americans that feel like the Democratic Party has not been loyal to us.”

Read more by at TheDailyBeast.com