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Black Voices | Inspiration from Those on the Front Lines

Black Voices | Inspiration from Those on the Front Lines

Show Summary: It’s Black History Month! What better way to celebrate than with voices that get overlooked: Black conservatives. It’s all about diversity and individuality, right? Although, why is it democrats seem to shun Blacks who choose to be individuals and think for themselves? Don’t they love all Blacks? Or just the ones that fit their preconceived notion of Blacks? Wait a second. Isn’t that racist? Yes. Yes, it is.

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Original Air Dates: Feb 13, 2021 | Nadra Enzi & Melanie Collette

For a party that claims they embrace the Black community, why is it democrats seem to hate Blacks who choose to be individuals and think for themselves? Don’t they love all Blacks? Or just the ones that fit their preconceived notion of Blacks? Wait a second. Isn’t that racist?

Yes. Yes, it is.

Black History Month

Originally, we scheduled Nadra Enzi and Melanie Collette to talk about Black History Month. We came across through Project 21, a program of the National Center for Public Policy. But what they had to say was so interesting, we only spent a one segment on Black History Month.

In fact, look for both Nadra Enzi and Melanie Collette to come back on to I Spy Radio in the near future.

Nadra Enzi

Project 21, a leading voice of conservative black men and women for over 25 years. They are focused on smaller government and indivisible rights and stand together to offset the far-left’s assault on the economic gains they made during the Trump years, not only for minorities but all Americans.

We welcome first-time guest, Nadra Enzi, a self-described “American Cougar” and advocate for residents who are “clawing back” against challenges to create an environment of safety against crime. Nadra talks to us about the challenges faced by black conservatives and gives us his insights to the many Blacks who are conservative but why they stay quiet. And the incredible pressure applied to them by those who don’t want them to have a voice.

Nadra, who works tirelessly against crime, also gives us an inspirational look at the hope they’re building in the black community.

Melanie Collette

Then we welcome another first-time guest, Melanie Collette, who is the host of “Money Talk with Melanie” and a guest host of Patriot Tonight on SiriusXM. Melanie is also working on her PhD in business administration and management at Northcentral University.

In addition, Melanie has worked in education for many years and she takes us into the current abyss of the educational system and the pressures on a black woman to conform to democrat ideology within that system. Ideologies that she sees as abusive to her but, equally important, the policies and ideologies are abusive to her students. Little wonder that she is currently writing a book series, “The Angry Educator.”

If you think that challenges can’t be overcome, tune in to find some very inspirational surprises.

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Make America Great Again

Make America Great Again

Show Summary: Republican National Convention wraps up and a courageous Black man, Burgess Owens, speaks out against the horrific damage liberal ideology has done to the Black community

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Original Air Dates: June 23 & 24, 2016 | Burgess Owens & Brendan Kirby

Burgess Owens knows what it takes to be successful. He had a standout career in the NFL with the Jets before winning the Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders in 1980. He has made his life’s mission to throw off the shackles of liberal ideology that has destroyed the once-proud Black communities he grew up in. Growing up in the South he talks about how he was raised to understand duty and honor of his youth and how that mindset has been corrupted by many in the Black community due to outside influences and organizations. His new book, Liberalism or How to Turn Good Men into Whiners, Weenies and Wimps connects the ties between socialism and its infiltration and impact on the Black communities around the nation.

Tune in to hear his powerful story and to find out the origins of the NAACP, its real purpose, and how it and organizations like it have wrought devastation on the people it was supposedly designed to help but instead has done little more than keep the black community emotionally enslaved.

Tiffany Trump gives a speech at the 2016 National Republican ConventionThen we turn our attention to this week’s big political story, the RNC convention.  Brendan Kirby, Senior Political Writer for Laura Ingraham’s LifeZette, was at the convention all week and has “boots on the ground” insights for all of the highs and lows of the week.  What were the delegate’s reaction to the rules committee? How did they respond as events unfolded at convention? Was their unity or not?

Brendan gives us his first-hand information on Ted Cruz’s speech, the delegates’ reactions, and the morning-after reaction by his political supporters.  And what about those 30,000 protesters that were supposed to show up? We discuss the Trump family’s impact and what they’ve accomplished to move Donald Trump’s message into new areas for the GOP.  And don’t miss the impact of Trump’s acceptance speech and what it was like to be there on the convention floor. Unity at last? Or will liberalism continue to infect the nation?

Next week Part II of our show with Kamal Saleem, a former cultural jihadist: How moderate Muslims are converted to become radical Islamic terrorists.

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