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Ezola Broussard Foster (born
August 9, 1938) is president of Black Americans for Family Values, authored the book What’s Right for All Americans, and was the Reform Party candidate for Vice President in the
U.S. presidential election of 2000. In April 2002, Foster left the Reform Party. Ezola was born and raised in
Louisiana and earned a master’s degree from Texas Southern University. In 1960, she moved to
Los Angeles, where she was a public high school teacher for 33 years – teaching typing, business courses and sometimes English classes.
She had sought public office prior to 2000 – as a Democrat in the 1970s and as a Republican candidate for California State Assembly in 1984. In the 1980s, she became an outspoken opponent of pornography, the civil rights movement, sex education, AIDS education and gay rights and founded “Black Americans for Family Values.” She was arrested in 1987 with several other women while disrupting the state Republican convention to protest its recognition of the Log Cabin Club, an organization of gay Republicans. In 1992, she was a staunch defender of the police officers in the Rodney King beating case and organized a testimonial dinner for Laurence Powell, one of the convicted officers, in 1995.
In 1994, while teaching at
High School in
California, Foster was a public advocate of Proposition 187, a
California ballot initiative to deny government programs of social services, health care, and public education to illegal immigrants. Her position was extremely unpopular at the school where she taught, was 90 percent Hispanic. In 1996, after she argued on PBS’s MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour that illegal immigration was responsible for the low quality of
Los Angeles schools, some of her colleagues at the school condemned her in an open letter. Two days later, she attended an anti-illegal-immigration rally where several of her supporters were attacked by members of the Progressive Labor Party, who allegedly wanted to harm Foster herself. Shortly thereafter, she left her job, which she calls a necessity resulting from her treatment at work. She went on speaking tours for the John Birch Society afterward and retired as a teacher in 1998 due to the stress and anxiety over the incidents.
Sheriff Richard Mack – Will Report On The
The First Constitutional Sheriffs Convention was the brain child of retired Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack
This Convention was held
January 29-31, 2012 in
NV, was co-organized by Sheriff Richard Mack and Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio in order to rally local sheriffs to lead the fight to preserve and restore our nation so as to adhere to the rule of law.
Sheriff Mack is a former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and Libertarian candidate for United States Senate election in
Arizona, 2006. He is also a member of the Oath Keepers.
Mack has authored books relating to gun ownership and the role that law enforcement should, in his opinion, play in
America. He currently speaks at seminars “on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, States’ rights, the farce, otherwise known as the drug war, and the oath of office.
Mack received national attention in Mack v.
United States (later restyled to
Printz v. United States) in his tenure as a local sheriff for opposition to the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act on the basis that it is unconstitutional due to congressional action to compel state officers to execute Federal law.
Richard Mack recently appeared in television interviews where he discussed his membership in Oath Keepers and the importance of the police and military in upholding their oaths to the U.S. Constitution.
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And: An Appearance By The Singular Country Singer / Composer America’s Singing Patriot
Joyce Shaffer grew up in the
America of the 1950’s when patriotism and common sense was abundant and the American flag was proudly honored at all functions. Joyce knew as a child the special place
America held in the world and it shows in her music today. Her deep faith in God and abiding love of country inspire her songwriting and give her the strength to keep her message going strong. Joyce may have grown up poor, but she found riches in the beauty of the rugged
Colorado landscape which has been her home. Finding a rewarding life on their ranch, Joyce and her husband, Danny, raise paint and running quarter horses. Joyce has a background in music with a band she sang with in the 1980’s called Country Comfort, but she never thought she would someday be writing and performing her own songs. Not until it became clear to her that
America was heading down the wrong path and that our freedoms were for the first time in her life changing for the worse, did inspiration give her the words to write and sing. Inspired by God, Joyce writes the words given to her. Her music now has made its way across our country and is loved by those who remember the strong, self-reliant
America before someone wanted to change it. Dedicated to help right the wrong visited upon
America, Joyce is untiring in her effort to spread the message through her music.
Joyce has sung her great songs from
Virginia and has been honored for her patriotism by the military with a ceremony giving her an American flag flown in
Afghanistan which she treasures. Joyce was inducted into
America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame in 2011 and has had several of her songs grace the country charts with one being considered for a Grammy this year. While recently in Nashville Joyce met with conservative singers Ray Stevens and the Grand Ole Opry’s own Stonewall Jackson, People are coming together to help heal this nation and country singers with their music are on the front lines.
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