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Feb 25, 2009

Interview; Frances Rice, Chair,NBRA.

The latest NBRA (National Black Republican Association) newsletter highlights an interview with Francis Rice its Chairman. In the last election I came to have a great admiration for both Francis and the organization as a whole. Here she explains why she is a Republican, her background, why most black Americans are Democrats and the reasons why they are misguided in this.

There are two following clips: -

Part 2, on Martin Luther King being a republican, and why. And; Part 3 on Obama and the origins of that “Magic Negro matter,” the Democrat “Uncle Tom” message on black conservatives, and the culture of victimhood.


  1. This interview with Frances Rice is one of the most down to earth, and insightful views of how the democrat party has tyrannized blacks, for their own power. I only hope other bloggers post this, as the word needs to get out once and for all, how democrats [leftists] have marginalized any dissent from conservatives, libertarians, and republicans, and chooses (groups)to victimize in order to stay in office.

    Now, if only some gays who are in business for themselves would speak out against these loons, by framing the debate from a libertarian perspective, which is "we can stand on our own two feet and do not need to be victimized by any one. Our motto is to live and let live."

    Thanks for posting this important piece of information.

  2. The NBRA are one of the better groups in what I regard as voices for common sense within the libertarian Republican movement. Their "MLK Was a Republican," campaign during the last election was eye catching, and must have given pause for thought to quite a few.

    These people were out on the front line for the duration.

    Some time ago I checked out the Log Cabin Republican site, and found a tendency in some of their stuff towards limited government, and I think they show promise. Generally I feel that gays should have equal rights and protection under the law, and tolerance from the public.

    I think generally there is a laissez-faire approach to gays among the mainstream of the movement.

  3. Thank you for posting that Frances Rice interview. The only other person I've ever heard say those things is Larry Elder. I'm glad he's not the only voice of reason out there.

    I never knew about Rice and her group. They seem fabulous.

  4. I started getting their newsletters during the election and was immediately impressed by them. Francis Rice and Thomas Sowell are always worth a read. I am not as familiar with Larry Elder although I know the name so I'll look him up.

    Its nice to see you over here.

  5. Thomas Sowell is wonderful. He's one of my top favorites.

    Keep up the good work!

  6. He seems to be a favorite among many people I have sent his writings on to. He wrote a brilliant piece just before Christmas called Random Thoughts which begins: -

    Random thoughts on the passing scene:

    Maybe the current bailout fever is Congress' way of getting into the spirit of the season-- saying in effect, "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus." They will undoubtedly also be saying, "Yes, New Jersey, there is a Santa Claus... Yes, Ohio, there is a Santa Claus. . ."

    A reader suggests that members of Congress should wear uniforms, like NASCAR drivers, so that we will know who their corporate sponsors are. Many of those in Congress should also wear logos representing the teachers' unions, environmentalist extremists and other special interests.

    They say we live and learn. Often what we learn is what damn fools we have been.

  7. I have read several books by Thomas Sowell. For those who want to have some ammunition to debate leftists on economic issues, I suggest "Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy," and "Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One."

    Other books written by Sowell include, "Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study.Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study," for those who want to feel good about discriminating against people so others may have a "chance." "Migrations and Cultures: A World View," and " Conquests and Cultures: An International History" for those who enjoy history.

    Larry Elder is a radio talk show host and is listed on the heading of "Libertarian Republican" blog, along with P. J. O'Rourke, Neal Boorts, Barry Goldwater, and others. His books include: "Showdown," "Ten Things you Can't Say in America," and "Stupid Black Men." There are probably other books written by Elder, but I can only recommend what I have read.

  8. Sorry about the redundant title of "Affirmative Action Around the World," and misspelling of "Boorts." That should be Boortz.

  9. Thanks for that William, I wasn't aware he had written books at all. It is not surprising though given the quality of his columns. They sound interesting.

  10. I love Francis. I know I have driven her halfway around the bend more than once, crazy whiteboy running around passing out NBRA literature at my local Black barbershops, but HEY! what are friends for? Right? Even if I didn't think she, as a person, was wonderful the NBRA website is ABSOLUTELY the best source of information on African American history, politics etc. NO PLACE ELSE COMPARES. Start at page one, column one and thou shall never get to the end of page one column four because it groweth faster than thou canst read. I promise thee.