An Intelligent Conversation About Race

We are pleased to announce the beginning of a radio advertising campaign entitled “An Intelligent Conversation About Race.” The initial installment, Elephant in the Living Room, is scheduled to begin airing today, June 7, 2016 on 1340 AM out of Cleveland, TN. These provocative 60 second spots will air 15 times daily between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 midnight. A variety of topics will be addressed in an effort to reveal politically incorrect truths that are routinely suppressed by the mainstream media.

As Orwell stated, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Of course, racial truth regarding the exploits and accomplishments of the white race has become a forbidden subject. The charge of “racism” is directed at any who dare point out the glaring double standard that enables non-whites to obsess over the elusive phantom of parity and equality between the races of men. With the ascension of Barak Obama, Americans were promised an intelligent conversation about race...which, of course, has yet to occur. Instead we have witnessed a rapidly increasing phenomenon of absurdity, if not insanity, where the subject of race is concerned. The post-racial America that many white liberals envisioned under the leadership of America’s “First Black President” has failed to ever materialize... and, instead...non-whites have become increasingly demanding and destructive...perceiving that the time has finally arrived to settle the score with Whitey!

Of course...being the only political candidate who dares discourse about the most controversial subject matter...Rick Tyler is ideally suited to tackle the ever controversial topic of race in modern America. Once listeners get over the shock of hearing forbidden truth revealed and elucidated over the commercial airwaves, they will be in for an enormous treat as we proceed to gore sacred cows and lay out hard core truth for all the world to investigate! Our intention will be to post these audio file installments on the RickTylerForCongress.com website so that an ever expanding archive of hard hitting commentaries will be accessible to all who yearn for the bold exposition of controversial truth.

Click here to listen to Elephant In the Living Room, or click here to go to the list of archived audio files.

 

11 Responses

  1. travis
    TRIPLE AWESOME !!!
  2. If you are going to be a racist, I would recommend turning off comments, because you will have it fill up
  3. Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) is an independent church that uses the word "Baptist" in its name but is not affiliated with any Baptist denomination and is known for its hate speech, especially against LGBT people (homophobia), Catholics (anti-Catholicism), Muslims (Islamophobia), Jews (religious antisemitism), American soldiers and politicians.[2][3] The church is widely known as a hate group[4] and is monitored as such by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The church has been involved in actions against gay people since at least 1991, when it sought a crackdown on homosexual activity at Gage Park six blocks northwest of the church.[5] In addition to conducting anti-gay protests at military funerals, the organization pickets celebrity funerals and public events.[6] Protests have also been held against Jews and Catholics, and some protests have included WBC members stomping on the American flag and/or flying the flag upside down on a flagpole. The church also makes statements, "thank God for dead soldiers," "God blew up the troops," "thank God for 9/11," and "God hates America."[7] The church is headquartered in a residential neighborhood on the west side of Topeka about 3 miles (5 km) west of the Kansas State Capitol. Its first public service was held on the afternoon of November 27, 1955.[8] The church was headed by Fred Phelps before his death in March 2014, though church representatives said the church had had no defined leader for some time before his death.[9] The church consists primarily of members of Phelps's extended family,[10] and in 2011, the church stated that it had about 40 members.[1] The WBC is not affiliated with any Baptist denomination, although it describes itself as Primitive Baptist and following the Five points of Calvinism.[11] The Baptist World Alliance and the Southern Baptist Convention (the two largest Baptist denominations) have both denounced the WBC over the years.[12] In addition, other mainstream Christian denominations, such as the Methodist Church, Baptist Church, Reformed Church, and Evangelical Church have condemned the actions of the independent Westboro Baptist Church.[13]
  4. Here is the deal, I realize you are asking for an intelligent conversation about race, but you are doing it by creating a situation that asks for a response.
  5. Christina
    I think you are a brave pioneer. I am glad you are standing up for the truth. Double standards in this country are sickening and the result is a nation that has become lost. White Americans are now the enemy. I am sorry I don't live in your state as I would surely vote for your honesty.
  6. zack M
    Your what's wrong with this country. I'll pray for you
  7. Spent Solder
    I have a question, When or at what time will you Grow up
  8. John
    Tyler, You clearly know how to delete comments, but can't figure out how to stop your website from showing how many original comments have been deleted. That must bother you!
    • admin admin
      John, No comments have been deleted. Many comments were however filtered out due to foul language.
  9. I would like to personally thank Rick Tyler and everyone who is standing up behind such a noble cause! This nation is in a critical era. Voices like you, inspire others to take a stand. American pride is being destroyed by the anti-American agendas, and it is time we all start chanting, "Americans for America!" Its time the true patriots take a stand and demand our homeland back. Thank you everyone for defending our liberties and the founding fathers stock.
    • It is correct and accurate to begin with Americans for America! Let us quit giving aid to foreign countries while our citizens do not receive adequate housing, food, clothing or medical care. It is hypocritical to clothe and feed the neighbors' kids while your own go barefoot and hungry. Jesus believed in free Medical Care and fed the people, just look at the New Testament. Start at home by: 1) Re-building our infrastructure 2) Feeding the hungry 3) Giving medical care to all by removing the pigs at the feeding bin (the corporations) which exist only to create profit 4) Our Founding Fathers were not sure the Thirteen Colonies would last a decade, it was an experiment. 5) Let America Stand Proud, not of its Military Might but of its Commitment to Each and Every Citizen and Legal Immigrant

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