Monday, January 19, 2009

Conservative Americans worth noting

Martin Luther King Jr. was a registered Republican.
Martin Luther King "I have a dream" (YouTube video)

Colin Powell

Angela McGlowan
BAMBOOZLED: How Americans Are Being Exploited by the Lies of the Liberal Agenda

Michael Steele
Michael Steele outlines conservative ideas in Civitas speech

Dr. Condoleezza Rice is the second woman to be US Secretary of State, after Madeleine Albright during the Clinton administration. She is the first black woman to be Secretary of State, and she holds the highest position in a presidential cabinet that any black woman has held. Rice describes herself as a moderate Republican. She mastered the piano at three, and was told that she could have had a career as a concert pianist. She skipped first and seventh grades, entered college at 15, holds three degrees including a doctorate in political science, and earned her Master's in just one year's study.

Alen Keyes was an ambassador to the United Nations from 1981 to 1985. He has run for President of the United States on the Republican ticket three times (1996, 2000 and 2008), failing all three times to earn the party nomination. A political conservative, considers himself pro-life, pro-family, pro-security, pro-economy and pro-sovereignty.
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Star Parker is at the forefront of the Christian conservative movement to motivate and lead others away from the lies of the culture to a life full of grace and truth.
She is the founder and president of CURE, the Coalition on Urban Renewal & Education

Star Parker on ChristiantyToday.

Justice Clarence Thomas

J.C. Watts (born November 18, 1957) is an American conservative Republican politician, CNN political contributor, former Representative from Oklahoma in the U.S. Congress, and former professional Canadian football player and much celebrated quarterback for the University of Oklahoma from 1977 to 1981. Watts is, to date, the last black Republican to serve in Congress.
Watts captured national attention in 1996 with a speech before the Republican national convention, when he said, “You see character does count. For too long we have gotten by in a society that says the only thing right is to get by and the only thing wrong is to get caught. Character is doing what’s right when nobody is looking.”

Allen West, an African American conservative and retired army officer, ran for Florida's 22nd congressional district in 2008. A veteran of Desert Storm/Desert Shield, Col. West served as Battalion Commander for the Army's 4th Infantry Division in Operation Iraqi Freedom, receiving numerous honors including a Bronze Star and 3 Meritorious Service Medals. Col. West and his wife, Angela, a financial planner, have been married 17 years. They have two daughters, Aubrey, 14, and Austen, 10.

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