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Tag: character

Bishop Jakes Addresses Celebrity Narcissism

July 29, 2015 |

Mega-church Bishop T.D.Jake’s recently counseled Toni Braxton and her sister’s regarding their infighting and bickering. 

The bishop was angered by their selfishness and narcissism. He reminded them how negatively they’re influencing black fans with their obnoxious example. 

The sisters appeared … Read More

USMC Massacre in Chattanooga: Obama Shun’s Our Finest

July 26, 2015 |

If you had any doubts whatsoever about Barack Obama’s allegiance to our U.S.Troops, and therefore this country, his lack of response to 5 servicemen being attacked here at home, should nail it all down for you.

Hours after the massacre in … Read More

Racism Be Damned: LEO Leroy Smith Elevates Humanity at KKK Rally

July 25, 2015 |

While the MSM and Barack Obama are busily churning the pot of racial discord and  Law Enforcement relations in America, a black LEO defies their intent at a KKK rally.  

Racism be damned.

In the wake of Dylann Roof and the … Read More

The Left: White People Must Be Punished

July 18, 2015 |

A precursor to racial unity is inclusion, but hyphenated-Americans insist on obsessing over differences, histories, retribution, and retaliation, defying racial cohesion.

Barack Obama, Liberal Democrats, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, the NAACP, the New Black Panthers, the … Read More

What does “Unhyphenated Voting” look like?

October 29, 2014 |

Obviously, on this site, we aim to focus and share what we Americans have in common, as opposed to what divides us. What are some characteristics we should look for to find a candidate who will truly represent all Americans? … Read More

25 Quotes from Unhyphenated Americans: Booker T. Washington

September 16, 2014 |

Booker Taliaferro Washington was born as a slave on April 5, 1856, in Hale’s Ford, VA. Before his untimely death due to hypertension,(high blood pressure) on November 4, 1915, he had risen to become not only one of the most … Read More

Voting With our “Loins”

September 5, 2014 | 1

Yep, the consequences of the “Me Generation” have come full-flower. How so? Well, instead of voting for a man of character for President of the United States, we collectively voted for, “What’s in it for ME?”

There were those who … Read More

Strength in Numbers

August 7, 2014 |

Unhyphenated America’s mission is to focus on, not surprisingly Americans. We have this crazy notion like Martin Luther King Jr. did, that it is character that matters, and we need to unite with what we have in common; not divide … Read More

Break it to Remake it?

June 17, 2014 | 1

It pained me to post the picture of the tattered American flag this morning. I was taught to respect our American flag, and was taught to respectfully burn a flag that was worn, or fell and touched the ground. So … Read More

Words, to Hurt or Heal America?

June 13, 2014 |

We are all keenly aware that words have the power to hurt, or to heal. Despite the childhood retort, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”, words can and do hurt.

Are we going to … Read More