Politics

What do Ultra-Feminists and some Conservative Men have in common?

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) a few weeks ago, the buzz was all about potential Republican Presidential candidates. “Who do you think it’ll be… Paul, Rubio, Cruz, Christie, Perry, West or Walker?” was the big question and it got old and useless pretty quick. It’s a long time until Super Tuesday and there’s […]

Posted in: Commentary, Politics
TWV Interview: John Bolton on Japan, China and U.S. Defense

TWV Interview: John Bolton on Japan, China and U.S. Defense

John R. Bolton was appointed as United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations on August 1, 2005 and served until his resignation in December 2006. Prior to his appointment, Bolton served as Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from May 2001 to May 2005. Throughout his distinguished career, Bolton has […]

Chris Christie’s Last Election

Chris Christie’s Last Election

In less than forty-eight hours, Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be winning re-election for a second term as the Capo Di Capi of the Garden State.  The only big questions facing political prognosticators are how many dozens of points will he win by and who will have voted for him?  Other than that, […]

Two Mayors, Two Movies, Two Senate Candidates

This coming Wednesday in New Jersey, either Newark Mayor Cory Booker (D) or former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan (R) will win the special New Jersey U.S. Senate Election set in motion by our Governor Chris Christie.  Even before these two candidates (and Mayors) became the Democratic and Republican Parties’ candidates respectively, this Special Election was […]

Conservatives Can’t Win Without Artists

Conservatives Can’t Win Without Artists

Originally posted on Liberatchik on Jul 10, 2013 by Kevin Williams, Director/Co-Producer of the Documentary FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN Recently, I have read a number of articles written by members of my Conservative tribe attacking the new film WHITE HOUSE DOWN regarding its fantasy President’s agenda and the film’s anti-Conservative and anti-Military perspectives.  And then […]

Interview – Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder of GOProud

Interview – Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder of GOProud

Originally published on Politisite.com on June 26, 2013 “People You Should Know” is a series of interviews with emerging players and creative talents who will help determine where American Politics, Media, Entertainment and Entrepreneurism heads in our future.  After journeying to produce and distribute the politically-themed documentary FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN, I will be […]

Senator Tim Scott Could Change The Republican Party

Senator Tim Scott Could Change The Republican Party

Originally published on Politisite on January 9, 2013 by Kevin Williams Politisite readers are already aware that a new U.S. Senator recently took office, but unfortunately most of the United States citizenry is not.  In case you don’t know, the new Senator is Tim Scott (R-SC) and he was appointed by his home-state Republican Governor Nikki […]

People You Should Know – Crystal Wright, “Conservative Black Chick”

People You Should Know – Crystal Wright, “Conservative Black Chick”

Originally published on Politisite on December 6, 2012. “People You Should Know” will be a series of interviews with emerging players and creative talents who will help determine where American Politics, Media, Entertainment and Entrepreneurism heads in our future.  After journeying for nearly eight years producing and distributing the politically-themed documentary FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN, […]

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If Mitt Romney Wins, What Happens Next?

If Mitt Romney Wins, What Happens Next?

Originally published on Politisite on November 4, 2012. by Kevin Williams, Director of  Fear of a Black Republican What happens after this Tuesday is something we all should be thinking about before and after filling out our ballot for this $2 Billion Dollar Presidential Election.  It is increasingly likely that Governor Mitt Romney will win, in […]

Why All Americans Should Worry About One Little Filmmaker With Baggage

Why All Americans Should Worry About One Little Filmmaker With Baggage

Originally published on Politisite on October 4, 2012. By Kevin Williams – Guest Op-Ed A few weeks ago, we all learned about the terrible attacks upon our Embassy in Cairo, Egypt and our Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Our Ambassador Christopher Stevens, a good man by all accounts, and Sean Smith, Tyrone S. Woods and Glen […]