Rick Perry: ‘The Border with Mexico Can Be Secured’

Thursday afternoon in Columbia, South Carolina, former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) joined Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) for a “Presidential Town Hall” series that Scott is hosting with the Republican presidential candidates.

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Club for Growth Jumpstarts 2016 Senate Races

The Club for Growth is ringing the starting bell for the 2016 campaign by endorsing six incumbent Republican senators who are up for re-election in two years. The move came a mere eight days after Republicans took back the Senate in the 2014

Club for Growth Jumpstarts 2016 Senate Races

Gutfeld: People Fought Back Against 'Bully' Media

On Friday, Greg Gutfeld host of the Fox News Channel’s “The Five” argued that the 2014 election was the American people fighting back against the “bully” media. “Tuesday was the quiet kid spanking the bully after six years of taunting.

Gutfeld: People Fought Back Against 'Bully' Media

US Army Still Uses the Term 'Negro'

The Army is receiving criticism because the term “Negro” is still used in its regulations. Section 6-2 of the Army’s AR 600–20 regulations states that the word “Negro” is permitted for “a person having origins in any of the black racial groups

US Army Still Uses the Term 'Negro'

Tim Scott: People Are Voting Based on Values, Not Race

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) argued that voters “are aligning their votes with their values and they’re voting for candidates who are simply not their own complexion” in an interview broadcast on Wednesday’s “OutFront” on CNN. Scott talked about his experience

Tim Scott: People Are Voting Based on Values, Not Race

Bloomberg Writer: Black Republicans Are a 'Lower' Group

Bloomberg writer Francis Wilkinson recently wrote a piece claiming that Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina–an African American–only became a senator because Republicans “lowered the bar” for his appointment. He also claimed that Scott’s candidacy serves as a “shield”

Bloomberg Writer: Black Republicans Are a 'Lower' Group

Republicans weigh in against Internet globalization

It looks like at least some Republicans are planning to make hay over Friday night’s surprise “document dump” announcement that American authority over Internet domain registration would be handed off to some as-yet nonexistent global body.  Politico notes that while

NAACP: Not for the Advancement of all Colored People

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth ten thousand views. Here are 3 videos you must watch and connect the dots.  These individuals are the most recent national disgrace on race and cultural dinosaurs. They are

NAACP: Not for the Advancement of all Colored People