Our allegiance shouldn’t be to a party, but a commitment to our families and communities. Narrowing our options to one political party hinders our chances to obtain economic and social growth. . . … More The Next Generation Needs Republicans of Color
The 2018 election cycle has been filled with exciting stories of triumphant attempts and wins across the country. Here are some of the most thrilling among them: … More This is an Exciting Time to be a Person of Color in Politics
Every economic, military, and politically dominant country in history has eventually fallen. Is the United States of America next? … More Will America Fall Like Rome?
Imagine leaving your country for school, and the government won’t let you back in. To top it off, your wife and children are stuck in your home country, and they won’t let them out–for over three years. . . … More Preserve the American Dream
It is not going to stop. Disenfranchisement, racism, discrimination, inequality are not going to stop until we heal America’s boo-boo’s. … More America, Heal Your Boo-Boo’s: This is How We All Advance
Many call the 10|100 Committee’s vision a fantasy. They can’t see how the bi-partisanship thing works. . . … More Republicans of Color are Unicorns
Applications are up! Apply for 2018 campaign support by 3/15! … More Whom Should we Endorse?
Why would a government leader ever want to remove voters from the rolls? Uh, because they want to suppress the vote. In 2017, Indiana Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, is reported to have purged 481, 235 voters from the rolls since 2014. Lawson said it was a way to clear out inactive voters and tighten up … More Indiana Lost 500,000 Voters. . . You Could be Next.
Local politics is generally a volunteer or part-time effort. Yet, the work of politics can be consuming and turn into a full-time job. How do you balance your political activism and work schedules? How do you make political statements without sacrificing your job? Why does it make sense to be active when my job does … More How to Balance Politics and Work
Have you thought about getting involved in politics, but psyched yourself out of taking the first step? You’re not alone. I have heard many stories lately of people with a desire to get involved who became too intimidated by the process. Allow me apologize for all of the zealous politicos out there. Our enthusiasm can … More Don’t Let Fear Get the Best of You