Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




Congressional Issues 2010
Racial Discrimination

The 112th Congress should:

  • create a "colorblind" government by prohibiting any government agency from classifying any individual by race, ethnicity, color or national origin in the operation of public education, public contracting or public employment.

As a Christian, Kevin Craig rejects all theories of racism, especially those based on discredited theories of "evolution." As a libertarian, Kevin Craig rejects the initiation of force to advance any and all racial agendas, including those ostensibly designed to help one race or another.

Julia BrownJulia Brown
An Anti-Communist Negro Makes This Appeal: Please Don't Help Glorify Martin Luther King

Julia Brown, former Communist Party member turned spy, explains why Martin Luther King with his Communist connections should not be put on a pedestal.

George SchuylerGeorge Schuyler
For America: Let Negroes Give Thanks
- November 1965

Explains how despite the Civil Rights mantra, Black Americans have attained great successes and have much to be thankful for.

Journalism: The Wagon That Broke Down - January 1966
This article by George Schuyler explains the regrettable progression of American newspapers from arenas of free expression to purveyors of special interests and mediocrity, controlled by Big Government and "managed" news. 

The Reds and I - March 1968
The author explains how there is no contradiction between being conservative and Black.

Depravity on the Loose - January 1969
George Schuyler, writer for American Opinion, laments over the rapid moral and ethical degradation of our country.

A Letter to the South - September 1956
Robert Welch explains how federally-legislated desegregation is more harmful and less effective than voluntary desegregation.

Jesse Jackson: Problem Profiteer - August 14, 2000
For more than three decades, Jackson played an important part in one of the Establishment's most successful strategies: The creation of conflict as a pretext for a tyrannical "solution."

Honoring the King Myth - January 4, 1999
Most Americans don’t realize that the Martin Luther King they honor as a national hero is a blatant myth

Secret File on M. L. King - January 13, 1986
Since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. maintained advisors affiliated with the Communist Party and had other controversial allegations charged against him, a national holiday in his name should not have been established.

The Americus Story - February 1970
Tells how a local JBS chapter in Georgia kept the murder of one white boy from being blamed on and retaliated against the entire black community.

Passing of an American Hero - July 22, 1996
Reverend Delmar Dennis risked his life to expose the murderous hatred of the Ku Klux Klan

The Delmar Dennis Story - March 21, 1994
The inspiring and courageous story of Delmar Dennis has been all but ignored by the mainstream media

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