If Blacks Would Just Read These Books!!!!!!!

27 May

Book Reviews


  Stupid Black Men

In his book Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card–and Lose, Larry Elder provides a clear and compelling analysis, showing that the worst enemies of black Americans are self-appointed “black leaders” and their white liberal allies who use race-baiting as a sinister tool to further their socialist agenda.

Elder boldly turns the spotlight on those who shout about racism and unfairness, while promoting a victimhood mentality that harms poor black people, the very group the race-baiters claim they want to help.  Urban blacks are mired in poverty, Elder points out in his book, because they are discouraged from accepting responsibility for their own self-destructive personal conduct and, instead, blame “the man”.  Blacks are led to believe that they can’t realize the American dream and won’t survive without affirmative action.  Liberals have stifled black progress, convincing blacks that their vote only counts if it’s a liberal vote along racial lines.  Elder’s book is highly recommended for all who want to have a window into the warped world of liberalism.

More information about Larry Elder can be found on his webste at:

    BAMBOOZLED by Angela McGlowan

Angela McGlowan’s new book BAMBOOZLED, demolishes once and for all the lies Liberals use to manipulate and exploit women, blacks and Latinos. Based on numerous interviews with some of America’s top leaders and political insiders, political strategist Angela McGlowan offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at how the Democrat Party cynically uses minorities.  Click here to order your copy of BAMBOOZLED.


  Unveiling the whole Truth: What the media failed to tell American voters  By Rev. Wayne Perryman   

  They Think You’re Stupid

Why Democrats lost your vote and what Republicans can do to keep it.  Forward by Zell Miller

Herman Cain has a unique personality and multi-dimensional background in business, politics and life. He is an accomplished speaker and writer on the subjects of leadership, motivation, national and economic policy, politics, and achieving one’s USAmerican Dream. He’s done it. Order his book at:


A Short History of Reconstruction  
by Eric Foner

Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University, is one of this country’s most prominent historians. He received his doctoral degree at Columbia under the supervision of Richard Hofstadter. He is only the second person to serve as president of the three major professional organizations: the Organization of American Historians, American Historical Association, and Society of American Historians.
Dr. Foner’s book, A Short History of Reconstruction (New York: Harper Row Publishers, 1990), has received critical praise.
“This is history written on a grand scale, a masterful treatment of one of the most complex periods of American history.”
    -David Herbert Donald, The New Republic
“Eric Foner has put together this terrible story with greater cogency and power, I believe, than has been brought to the subject heretofore.  He avoids ideological skids, freeloading hindsight and mirages of certitude….Foner’s book brings to distinguished fruition one great cycle of Reconstruction historiography.”
    – C. Vann Woodward, New York Review of Books
“Foner’s book traces in rich detail the bitter course of the history of the South’s failure to adjust to the revolution that brought the Civil War.  Only by tracing that history and understanding can the region disenthrall itself even today.”
    – William Kovach, Atlanta Constitution

I have never read Foner’s longer treatment of this tragic period in American history, “Reconstruction, America’s Unfinished Revolution,” but this abridgement gives an exellent overview of the subject. Foner debunks the theory that the “Radical Republicans” were the bad guys and the Andrew Johnson was a moderate acting in the spirit of Lincoln. In fact, there was very little progress in restoring rights to freedmen during the first year or two after the Civil War under Johnson’s “moderate” approach. In fact, Johnson, while a firm supporter of the Union during the war was, in his views towards blacks, a racist as demonstrated by statemnets Johnson made and which this book documents. It was only after the “Radicals” forced federal intervention that blacks made significant progress. Unfortunately, Democrats began to make headway in the South, often by the use of intimidation and violence, and what remained of the Republican party began to change it’s agenda. Certainly, the Republicans in the North became indifferent, culminating in President Rutherford B. Hayes’ abandonment of Reconstruction after his narrow victory over Samuel Tilden in the 1876 election. This book is illumi\nating and well written. Although an abridgement, it reads smoothly rather than as a patchwork. I recommend this book to all who are interested in this underemphasized period of American history

Levine—–Peekskill, NY



Unfounded Loyalty
By Rev. Wayne Perryman

An In-depth Look into the Blind Love Affair between Blacks and Democrats

“Perryman offers an important corrective to the assumption that the Democratic Party has been historically the friend of Civil Rights and the Party of black voters.  For most of the history of the two parties – the opposite has been true as this book forcefully makes clear.”

– Professor James McPherson
Professor History, Princeton University

“This book, more than any other, is an eye opener to those who have compromised their cultural Christian values for party loyalty.”

 –  Professor Owen Smith
Professor Political Science &
Afro-American Studies
California State University at Fullerton

“Perryman’s book points out some very important facts that are little known and little talked about by members of the Democratic Party.  More importantly, this book helps to raise awareness in the black community- that we need to analyze issues intelligently rather than blindly following what is perceived to be tradition.”

 – Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D.
Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Professor of Neurological Surgery, Oncology, Plastic Surgery and Pediatric
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine




Why are most American blacks Democrats?

An excellent question, given that:

  • History reveals the Republican Party has a far more impressive track record in Civil Rights legislation than the Democratic Party.
  • The Black Church, the most powerful institution in the African American community, has at times found itself forced to compromise its Christian values to support the Democrats’ agenda.
  • Inner-city blacks, who have given their vote to the Democrats for the past forty years, are left wondering what that party has done to remedy the still-prevalent problems within their community.
  • The NAACP was founded and financed by three white persons who opposed the Democrats’ racist practices and the lynching of blacks.
  • Some of our key traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans who funded and supported them while the Democrats were trying to destroy them.
  • The Democratic Party has never offered an apology for their racist legislative practices or for their terrorist and lethal tactics – both initiated by members of their party and their Klan supporters.

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Back To Basics For The Republican Party

“See for more information about Back to Basics for the Republican Party.”

The year 2006 will be the 150th anniversary of the first state party convention of Republican Party, a party created to end slavery.

 From the first page of Back to Basics for the Republican Party:


Here’s why. As you know, Democrats control most of the media, but they also write most of the history books, thereby controlling what even Republican activists think they know about our Party’s glorious heritage. How many Americans know why the Republican Party began or what its original purpose was? Not many! How many Americans know, for example, that the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act were reforms that the Republican Party struggled for in vain during the Reconstruction era a hundred years earlier? Fewer still. The 13th amendment banning slavery, the 14th amendment extending the Bill of Rights to the states, and the 15th amendment according voting rights to blacks all three enacted by the Republican Party in the face of fierce Democrat opposition.  How many Americans know that?

Now whose fault is it that so much past glory of the Republican Party goes unnoticed today? Who should we blame? Ourselves, of course. How can we hope to convince voters to place their confidence in us when we lack confidence in our own heritage?PO BOX 33985
Washington, DC 20033

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A Short History of Reconstruction

This bold, well-documented new book by Wayne Perryman puts the spotlight on the media, demonstrating that those who cover the news are no friends of black people.  Among the salient points in Perryman books that run counter to what is reported in the news are some startling facts:

  • Democrats were among the first to declare that Saddam Hussein had WMD’s.
  • Bringing our troops home from Iraq now, as the Democrats demand, would result in an unmitigated disaster for America.
  •  The so-called separation of church and state doctrine is not a Constitutional mandate.
  • Liberals played the race card to launch the abortion movement in America.
  • The conditions that resulted in the hurricane Katrina disaster started long before President Bush took office.
  • President Bush is a true friend of blacks and the poor.


 Wrong on Race: The Democratic Party’s Buried Past  By Bruce Bartlett

In his new book, Wrong on Race: The Democratic Party’s Buried Past, Bruce Bartlett lays bare the sinister racist machinations of Democratic Party leaders expanding a period of 100 years, all aimed at keeping blacks first in actual slavery and later in virtual slavery.

Bartlett points out in his book that “the Republican Party has been unfairly tagged as the party of racism in American today – a view commonly expressed by liberals and black leaders to the point where it has become the conventional wisdom.”  Meanwhile, as exposed by Bartlett, “the Democratic Party’s long and deep history of racism has been largely expunged from the national consciousness.”  In great historical detail, Bartlett demonstrates a stark and hideous reality: “The Democratic Party was the party of slavery and Jim Crow…”



3 responses to “If Blacks Would Just Read These Books!!!!!!!

  1. Jack

    May 27, 2008 at 8:51 am

    to comment #1,

    Nice name calling! What are you 12? Glad to see you think so highly of yourself that you can speak for everyone (we “blacks”), but you can’t see that your own hate leads you to call others haters — a bit of a disconnect don’t ya think?

    I think guys like you love racism – it’s probably how you make money, selling your hatin’ and baitin’ to others: maybe little kids?. You’ve found a warm place in your own hatred and somehow you think it’s working for you.

    I’ll leave you with one more excellent book: At the end of Walden, Thoreau writes: “The light that blinds us is like the darkness” – (I paraphrase). But you, Mr. Crockofshyt, probably renounce and reject that too, like every other aspect of personal growth you’ve turned away from. Your comment is vile!

  2. TVV

    May 27, 2008 at 11:07 am

    If your readers would read my entries “The Company You Keep” (!F3D4C1BC1D8B0D91!672.entry) and “Meet Your New Party Leadership,” they’d probably have another perspective – from a black conservative who is unaffiliated with a political party – why two generations of African Americans believe the Republican Party is against them. It’s not true, of course, but it’s also not true to suggest that this divide is just a matter of being “bamboozled.” A couple of guys named Barry Goldwater, Jesse Helms, and quite a few others greatly aided in the process of completing the alienatation of black voters who had supported the GOP for 100 years. No one is well served if people only understand half of the problem. And the GOP can’t fix a problem that it doesn’t understand.

  3. rantnation

    May 28, 2008 at 5:00 am

    It’s encouraging to see that not all black folks believe the propaganda put out by the Hate America First party, AKA the Democrats, but it’s also a shame that the mainstream media denies your existence, for the most part. I find it interesting that Commenter #1 calls you a hater.(?) How typical of the left, to celebrate diversity as long as it’s the right (read, left) kind of diversity. Kudos on a great site, and keep up the good work!


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