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Truth Worth Mentioning:

  •    America practiced as a Christian nation until about 1950
  •   The very foundations of America’s Republic is morality through Biblical Principle and we can see this in every aspect of our history when we willingly explore History. God has blessed America abundantly, making us the greatest nation in the world, because we have honored Him
  •   The doctrine of “Separation of Church & State,” was first introduced in 1947, and is to its letter unconstitutional
  •   Since 1962, when prayer was removed from schools, America has been on a steep moral decline
  •   As America’s foundations of Christianity and morality crumble, so will our Republic
  •   It is up to the present generation to fight for freedom, like our forefather’s did, and restore America to its godly heritage!
  •  A free people cannot survive under a republican constitution unless they remain virtuous and morally strong. – Benjamin Franklin said “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

The Republican Party:

· The Republican Party was formed by abolitionists to end slavery.
· The first Republican President, Abraham Lincoln, was killed by Democrats who were against the abolishion of 
· The First Blacks In Congress Were All Republicans
· America’s first Hispanic governor was a Republican.
· America’s first congresswoman was a Republican.
· Republicans gave African Americans the right to vote.
· America’s first Hispanic senator was a Republican.
· America’s first Asian-American senator was a Republican.
· Republicans gave women the right to vote.
  • The KKK was address by the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 by The Republican Party and under a Republican President, Ulysses Grant.
  • In 1872, Ulysses S. Grant, a Republican, was elected to his second term as President of the United States. The Republican Party controlled state legislatures and statehouses in many of what, for a few years back in the early 1860s, had been the Confederate States of America. Now, blacks held public office at nearly all levels of government, from City Hall to the Senate of the United States and black voters were registered in the South in numbers never to be seen again until 1965

George Wallace was a Democrat.
Bull Connor was a Democrat.

Blacks fought in the Revolutionary War, even right next to General Washington.

In 1854, the anti-slavery Democrats, Whigs and Free Soil Advocates of Emancipation formed the Republican Party to fight slavery. 6 of the 9 planks on the original platform dealt with black equality and civil rights.  At the same time, the Democrat Party argued that the abolition of slavery “would lead to the unhappiness of the people.” They obviously weren’t considering blacks as part of “the people.”

The Civil Rights fight and Acts did not start in 1964.

The first civil rights acts from 1866 through 1875- including the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments were all passed by Republicans, against the will of the Democrat Party.

The 13th Amendment got all 118 Republican votes in Congress and only 19 of 82 Democrat votes- meaning 77% of the Democrats voted against freeing the slaves.

Fact: Dixicrats,
Contrary to legend, it made no sense for them to join with the Republican Party, which is the party of civil rights achievements. If fact they returned to the Democrat party and rejoined their comrades such as George Wallace, Orval Faubus, Lester Maddox, and Ross Barnett. Of the 26 known Dixiecrats (5 governors and 21 senators) only three ever became Republicans: Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms and Mills E. Godwind, Jr. The segregationists in the Senate, on the other hand, the rest would return to their party and fight against the Civil Rights acts of 1957, 1960 and 1964. (Eric Wallace)

The 1964 Civil Rights Act Roll Call Vote: In the House, only 64 percent of the Democrats voted for it (153 yes, 91 no),
Republicans: 80 percent of the Republicans voted yes (136 yes, 35 no)
In the Senate, only 68 percent of the Democrats endorsed the bill (46 yes, 21 no)
Republicans: 82 percent voted to enact it (27 yes, 6 no).

Democrat-appointed judges came up with the Dred Scott Decision.

Short List of Democrat Facts :

Democrats opposed:
The Emancipation Proclamation
The 13th Amendment
The 14th Amendment
The 15th Amendment
The Reconstruction Act of 1867
The Civil Rights of 1866
The Enforcement Act of 1870
The Forced Act of 1871
The Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871
The Civil Rights Act of 1875
The Freeman Bureau
The Civil Rights Act of 1957
The Civil Rights Act of 1960
The United State Civil Rights Commission

  • The Hamburg Massacre of 1876 also called the “Redemption” of the South from Reconstruction was led by Democrts.
  • Black State Senator Simon Coker was shot and killed, after being allowed to kneel and pray, by the Democrats Butler’s mob or  “Sweetwater Sabre Club”

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“If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; or it may be both moral and physical; but it must be a struggle.”

Frederick Douglass


“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” — Frederick Douglass


“What, then, is the Constitution? I will tell you. It is no vague, indefinite, floating, unsubstantial, ideal something; colored instrument full and complete in itself. No Court in America, no Congress, no President, can add a single word thereto, or take a single word therefrom. It is a great national enactment done by the people, and can only be altered, amended, or added to by the people.” — Frederick Douglass, March 26, 1860


“…I expose slavery in this country, because to expose it is to kill it. Slavery is one of those monsters of darkness to whom the light of truth is death. — Frederick Douglass

“…What I ask for the Negro is not benevolence, not pity, not sympathy, but simply justice.” — Frederick Douglass


“…And if the Negro cannot stand on his own legs, let him fall also. All I ask is give him a chance to stand on his own legs! Let him alone…your interference is doing him positive injury. … I prayed for twenty years but received no answer until I prayed with my legs. Man’s greatness consists in his ability to do and the proper application of his powers to things needed to be done.” — Frederick Douglass

“I am a Republican, a black, dyed in the wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress” – Frederick Douglass

I knew that however bad the Republican party was, the Democratic party was much worse. The elements of which the Republican party was composed gave better ground for the ultimate hope of the success of the colored mans cause than those of the Democratic party. – Frederick Douglass


Universities Started By Republicans

Shaw University 1865

Fisk University 1866

Atlanta University 1867

Howard University 1867

Meharry Medical College 1867

Morgan College 1867

Morehouse College 1867

Talladega College 1867

Straight University 1869

Clark University 1870

New Orleans University 1873

Spelman College 1881

Philander Smith College 1883

Rust College 1883

Virginia Union University 1899

Samuel Houston College 1900




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