Frances Rice

Frances Rice is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, a lawyer and chairman of the National Black Republican Association.

Most Recent Articles by Frances Rice:

Bill “Bull Conner” Clinton

Aug 9, 2011 — Frances Rice

Playing the race card is no longer working for the Democratic Party.  That stunning pronouncement was made by Bernard Goldberg, author of “A Slobbering Love Affair”.  This momentous turn of events highlighted by Goldberg was welcome news to us in the National Black Republican Association (NBRA) who launched our educational campaign six years ago aimed at stopping the Democrats’ race-baiting.


Obama Devastates Poor and Middle Class Blacks

Aug 6, 2011 — Frances Rice

Showing not a modicum of compassion, President Barack Obama is steadily pushing his socialist agenda that is spiraling black Americans into the depths of economic ruination.  His unyielding mantra of “tax the rich” is just a smoke screen for his desire to punish job creators, mostly small business owners, who produce the majority of the jobs in this country.  Hurt most by Obama’s failed socialist policies are the poor and middle class.


Obama fights against school choice for black children

Jul 16, 2011 — Frances Rice

With not one scintilla of shame, President Barack Obama continuously blocks all efforts to provide school choice opportunity scholarships for poor black children that would help them get out of failed inner-city schools.  Obama’s total lack of concern about the plight of the poor is stunning, but not surprising in light of his socialist ideology and slavish loyalty to teachers’ unions who put their own selfish economic interest above the basic educational needs of poor blacks.


The truth about Democrat Racism

Jul 15, 2011 — Frances Rice

Contemptible aptly describes the race mongering by Democrats for partisan political gain.  No issue, from ObamaCare to Voter ID, escapes being demagogue by Democrats with false accusations of racism leveled at Republicans who disagree with Democrats on policy.


Supporting black Republican candidates

Jul 15, 2011 — Frances Rice

A disturbing disinformation campaign is being waged by the Democrats to drive a wedge between black Republicans and the Republican Party.


BLACK REPUBLICAN JENNIFER CARROLL

Sep 2, 2010 — Frances Rice

The NBRA congratulates Florida State Representative Jennifer Carroll who was selected by Rick Scott, the Republican nominee for Florida’s governor, to be his running mate.  A 20-year U. S. Navy veteran and small business woman with over seven years of experience in the Florida legislature, Rep. Carroll is a superb choice to be Florida’s first black Republican lieutenant governor.  She is the Florida House Representative for District 13, which is in Jacksonville, and is the first black Republican woman to be part of a statewide ticket in Florida.


The Racist Wolf Bites Obama

Jul 27, 2010 — Frances Rice

The spectacle of the racist wolf biting President Barack Obama on his political posterior in the Shirley Sherrod firing debacle was, indeed, ugly and poetic justice, too, considering that the Democratic Party unleashed the beast of racial politics on America more than 150 years ago.  Details about civil rights history are posted on the National Black Republican Association (NBRA) website.


The NAACP’s Racist Agenda

Jul 14, 2010 — Frances Rice

Through its double vision racial lens, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is falsely declaring as racist Tea Party Movement activists—average Americans who do not agree with the socialist agenda of the Democratic Party—while hypocritically giving a pass to Democrats who engage in real racism.


Supreme Court affirms racist origins of Gun Control

Jun 29, 2010 — Frances Rice

How ironic that, on the day former exalted cyclop of the Ku Klux Klan Democrat Senator Robert Byrd died, the US Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional the gun control laws that are embedded firmly in the Democratic Party’s racist roots.


Black Republicans make history

Jun 24, 2010 — Frances Rice

Congratulations to the black Republican candidates who won their primaries several months ago, as well as on June 22nd, the most notable of whom is Tim Scott of South Carolina who received over 68 percent of the vote in the Republican Party runoff. A Charleston resident, Scott is also a state representative and previously served 13 years on the Charleston County Council. He is vying to become South Carolina’s first black Republican congressman in more than a century. If successful in November, Scott would be among the first black Republican legislators elected since the 2003 retirement of J.C. Watts from Oklahoma.


Commemoration of Juneteenth - The celebration of Black Freedom

Jun 19, 2010 — Frances Rice

As we celebrate Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, it is fitting that we pause to recognize the origin of this important part of our African American heritage.


The saga of Rand Paul - Democrat Party Racial Politics in Action

May 26, 2010 — Frances Rice

Regardless of the issue - from immigration to ObamaCare - Democrats, with the complicity of the liberal media, demonize as racist average Americans who oppose their socialist agenda and are unhappy about how President Barack Obama and the Democrats in control of Congress are ruining our economy with massive deficit spending.


Do Democrats commit hate crimes against black Republicans

Mar 31, 2010 — Frances Rice

Racists! That incendiary charge hurled by Democrats at Tea Party activists protesting against ObamaCare was shown to be totally false by Jack Cashill in his article “A Closer Look at the Capitol Steps Conspiracy”.


The Massachusetts Message

Jan 20, 2010 — Frances Rice

From the voters of Massachusetts came a stunning rebuke of President Barack Obama and his Democrat cohorts in Congress.  Unmistakable was the clear and concise message shouted by Bay State voters across the political spectrum – WE DO NOT WANT SOCIALISM.


MLK fought for civil rights and against Democrats

Jan 18, 2010 — Frances Rice

As we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., let us pause to reflect on who he was and why his struggle to obtain civil rights for black Americans was necessary.