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K. Jackson

K. Jackson

Jackson is a highly sought national speaker, and he has graced the stage with luminaries as Sarah Palin, Neal Boortz, Herman Cain, Judge Napolitano, and Andrew Breitbart, to name a few. In addition to his Amazon best-selling Sexy Brilliance … and other Political Lies and The BIG Black Lie, Jackson is a regular on the Glenn Beck show, writes his almost daily blog, is a contributing writer to BigGovernment, American Thinker, and his work has been featured in Townhall magazine. Jackson hosts a radio show and does many guest appearances on some of the more prominent conservative radio shows around the country. Kevin is a leader in the consulting industry in America, having some of the world’s largest companies as his clients. Interaction with prominent business leaders, as well as being a business leader himself has provided Jackson real world perspective to politics. “What you learn about America is people are a lot less interested in race than they are in character.” Jackson believes that empowerment comes when you know who you are and what you stand for. Kevin Jackson earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University. He owned his own manufacturer’s representative agency in Texas and served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for M&A Technology, a Dallas-based technology firm. Mr. Jackson has been part of the executive management team for various IT systems integration firms, notables being Hitachi Consulting and CSC Consulting, and he has provided management and IT consulting services to some of the world’s largest corporations. Kevin Jackson is a father of four sons, and an unlikely success story, given his background.

Posts By K. Jackson

Veteran returns home to squatters living in his house

April 24, 2014 |

How can two ex-con squatters take over the home of an Afghanistan war veteran, while he is deployed? Liberalism!

That’s exactly what has happened; as when U.S. Army Spc. Michael Sharkey and his wife Danielle returned to their home in New … Read More

People help old couple from attacker (video)

April 24, 2014 | 1

A New York City bus passenger gets a lesson that was likely long overdue as he got his butt kicked. Check out the video here, but LANGUAGE WARNING.  What’s heartening to see is how the crowd responds when the old … Read More

Serena Williams the role model and the beach model

April 21, 2014 |

I don’t know Serena Williams’ politics, but I admire this young lady. First, her record in tennis is astounding and would make anybody proud. But it’s her other attributes that I admire even more.

In a time when the Left … Read More

The Earth at night shows the blessing of America

April 17, 2014 |

It’s easy to see where the “civilized” world is at night. What we take for granted isn’t how the world lives.

I remember one of my friends from the Congo coming to America for the first time. He called me … Read More

Closing bad schools is racist?

April 14, 2014 |

Black Liberals do not want to see blacks improve. Like Spike Lee’s rant against gentrification, because it might improve black neighborhoods. The same is happening with black schools.

Black Liberals are determined to make “black” denote “stupid and poor,” as … Read More

Race-baiting Pelosi prefers Irish over Mexicans

April 13, 2014 | 1

If only the Democrats could conger Pedro O’Hara, an Irish Mexican, then the Republicans would want immigration reform. As for me, I hope O’Hara is a lucky charm wrapped in a four-leaf clover who can make a mean salsa. As … Read More

Trans-racial adoption showcases ignorance of black legislator

April 12, 2014 | 2

Black Democrats have almost cornered the market on ignorance, followed closely by guilty white Liberals. And this Alabama Democrat takes the cake in discussing an issue near and dear to me: adoption.

“The majority of white people in Alabama are … Read More

The Conscience of the Unhyphenated American

April 11, 2014 |

The Conscience of the Unhyphenated American, by Christopher Harris Jim DeMint, President of The Heritage Foundation, and former U.S. Senator from South Carolina, was a guest on ‘Vocal Point’ radio show last week with Jerry Newcombe of ‘Truth In Action … Read More

Where’s The Apology?

August 7, 2013 |

As this Florida school bus video starts to get more and more attention nationally, people are asking why this brutal ‘black on white’ attack is getting no reaction from the likes of Sharpton, Jackson, Dyson or Obama. Especially in light … Read More

The Call For Restraint

July 14, 2013 |

I found myself in an unfamiliar place today. I was actually feeling some admiration for Jesse Jackson. I’d read that he sent out a tweet to his 20,000+ Twitter followers saying, “avoid violence because it only leads to more … Read More

1 Man + 11 Kids + 10 Baby Mamas = New Reality TV

December 29, 2012 |

And here you probably thought Honey Boo Boo was the worst we’d see….

Rapper Shawty Lo and his ten ex’s have been awarded a TV show on the Oxygen Network. Each woman and her kids (11 total children) are all … Read More

Some Positive Celebrity News…For a Change

December 27, 2012 |

The list of the top 20 charitable celebs of 2012 is out.

Demi Lovato contributed to anti-bullying campaigns, and self-confidence programs. LeBron James gave time and money to his own organization (providing school supplies to 300 children). Robin Roberts was involved in bone marrow … Read More

“I do it to show peace and love in the world.”

December 26, 2012 |

Well, well…looks like there are still some good guys out there!

 

Julio Dones dressed up like Santa, created a Nativity, played Christmas carols and handed out gifts at a public housing complex in New Jersey.

 

Giving the “joy … Read More

Race Based Discipline?

December 22, 2012 |

Read The Daily Caller’s article on Race Based Discipline below. An overview shows that regardless of offense, disciplinary procedures must be equal.

http://dailycaller.com/2012/07/27/obama-backs-race-based-school-discipline-policies/

Does this policy cause separation or unite us?

 

According to the  executive order, the outcome should … Read More

The Ultimate Sacrifice. Unhyphenated.

December 20, 2012 |

In all the horrible news we’ve heard from the Sandy Hook massacre, let’s take a minute to bring attention to the teachers that exhibited American Exceptionalism. Victoria Lee Soto and Principle Dawn Hochsprung literally gave their lives protecting their students. Victoria … Read More

$5.00 Chistmas – Unbelievable Act of Kindness (Must See Video)

December 18, 2012 |

A Louisville, Kentucky man used social media to advertise his idea, of getting as many people as possible to donate $5.00, and give it to a random family that needed help for Christmas. The couple he surprises, very happily accepted, … Read More

Getting Pulled Over was a Blessing in Disguise?

December 15, 2012 | 1

A man who received a ticket for an expired registration, got a ticket…and the money to pay for it…from the officer that pulled him over.

 

When Hayden Carlo explained to the officer that he didn’t renew the stickers because feeding his … Read More

Punched in the Face for Reporting at the Pro-Union Rally

December 12, 2012 |

Watch as Steven Crowder gets punched in the face by a Pro-Union rally goer. By now you’ve surely heard or seen this already, but here’s the full footage.

 

Bad language, threats of a gun, and physical assault all … Read More

Man plans to Create “Family Portrait of Humanity.”

December 12, 2012 | 1

Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Salopek, is planning a 7 year adventure, to show follow the trek of early humans, leaving Africa and spreading across the country.

Watch for Paul’s updates online, every 100 miles.

Read about his plans here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245422/Writers-epic-seven-year-journey-covering-21-000-miles-retrace-path-migrating-ancestors.html

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“I Already Have Toys and Other Kids Don’t.”

December 12, 2012 |

Chase Branscum, a little boy in Oklahoma, just gave 500 toys to local kids he’s never even met, through Toys for Tots.

“I already have toys, and other kids don’t,” he said, when asked why he did it.

Watch … Read More

Hurricane Sandy Makes it to Santa’s List?

December 10, 2012 |

This year, along with the normal requests being mailed to Santa, Hurricane Sandy’s victims are requesting help for Christmas.

Watch the video below to see how some every day people are volunteering in “Operation Santa,” and helping those struck by … Read More

Rapper Big Boi Says, “I’m not pro-government at all, I’m pro-people.”

December 8, 2012 |

Big Boi, one half of famous duo Outkast, is discussing politics in his latest interview.

Big Boi says, I’m not pro-government at all, I’m pro-people. Our freedoms are getting taken away every day with things that people aren’t aware of, like … Read More

December 7, 1869

December 7, 2012 | 1

Frederick Douglas said the following in his speech delivered 143 years ago today:

 

“Our Composite Nation.”

Douglass responded to the question of whether the United States is better or worse because of the different races within the country. … Read More

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