Category Archives: History

Prominent Black Pastor & RNC African-American Council Member Calls For Resignation of Dave Agema, Michigan National Committeeman

To: Dave Agema, MIGOP National Committeeman From:  Bishop Ira C. Combs, Greater Bible Way Temple, RNC African American Council January 22, 2015 Dear Mr. Agema: I am a pastor of a majority African-American church based in Jackson, Michigan. I have … Continue reading

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Thomas More Law Center Files Brief Defending Traditional Marriage in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, late Friday afternoon (Nov. 7), filed an amicus brief (friend of the court brief) in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals urging the … Continue reading

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“Historic” Sixth Circuit Ruling Defers to the People; Upholds Marriage Amendment Crafted by the Thomas More Law Center

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) played an instrumental role in a ruling issued late yesterday afternoon in which the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decided to preserve traditional marriage, stopping the homosexual juggernaught that had been sweeping the nation.  … Continue reading

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Are Black American Obama Supporters Like Unto The Benjamites- Who Chose Murderers and Rapists Over God?

Yesterday, a man who I consider a friend tell me yesterday that “there is no doubt President Obama will go down as the greatest president in America history’. This friend just so happens to be a Black American. I have … Continue reading

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What, to Black Americans, is the 4th of July?- A New Visions CLASSIC From Project 21

The following New Visions Commentary from Project 21 member Stacy Swimp was originally published in July of 2012: On July 5, 1852, the famous black abolitionist Frederick Douglass delivered a stinging indictment of American independence. He did so because it … Continue reading

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