‘Hating Breitbart’ and loving justice

Published over the weekend @ RenewAmerica.com… “The left pits people against one another: divide and conquer. I don’t want to live in that world – I’m sick of living in that world. I live in that world. It is the exact opposite of e pluribus unum,” says Andrew Breitbart in “Hating Breitbart,” which opens in […]

The Democratic Party and Human Rights: The History Defies the Claims

A fine piece by Stephen M. Krason August 31, 2012 – The Democrats have liked to promote themselves over the years as the party that has been at the vanguard of promoting such causes as civil rights and human rights generally. An impression has been cultivated that we owe advances in human rights to liberalism, […]

‘Runaway Slave’ movie theme song

Here’s the music video to Rev. C.L. Bryant’s movie “Runaway Slave.” Jack Spade sings and it  includes some scenes and people  featured in the film. You can get it by clicking on one of my Amazon links… Click here for my story on Rev. Bryant and “Runaway Slave”

Would blacks vote for a white Obama?

WND EXCLUSIVE Would blacks vote for a white Obama? Former NAACP leader defies racial politics in new movie, ‘Runaway Slave’ Published: August 3, 2012 By Anita Crane If Barack Obama wasn’t black, would most black voters really have reason to support him? Rev. C.L. Bryant, a former chapter president of the National Association for the […]

‘Uncle Tom’ remark exposes pain in black community

This is great. AP interviewed my friend Ron Miller, author of Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch, which I edited. Now it’s in Sports Illustrated and many other pubs… By Jesse Washington Jalen Rose grew up poor in Detroit, the son of single mom and an NBA player he never met. He helped transform basketball […]

Glenn Beck crowd: Not so white as advertised

Yours truly covered Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally on August 28, 2010. When Beck scheduled his rally, he didn’t know it was the anniversary of Martin Lither King Jr.’s  classic “I Have a Dream” speech. Given the anniversary, Al Sharpton was outraged and attempted to steal attention by announcing he’d lead “progressive” protesters to the […]

Black Cherokees’ racism case moved to DC federal court

  The lengthy saga of the black Cherokees fighting racism in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is slowly but surely moving forward. To understand the crux of the cases, see a brief but thorough report in last year’s story Who’s the racist now? Before we get to the most recent statement by the Freedmen’s leader […]

Who’s the Racist Now?

Copyright 2009 by Anita Crane. All rights reserved. Published at RenewAmerica.com. With his reaction to the arrest of Henry Louis Gates, President Obama diverted attention from his ill-formed healthcare agenda by throwing racism into the mix. We all know how that turned out and since the American people were not silenced, Obama’s fans in Congress and media are […]

Christ, Obama and America

During this beautiful season of Advent, let us rejoice that the Divine Persons of the Holy Trinity bestowed us with the utmost dignity, since we are created in God’s image with intellect and free will. Yes, Jesus Christ Almighty elevated human nature by coming into this world as a vulnerable infant and a Christmas carol by poor American slaves sets the tone…