WHY ARE BLACKS VOTING 80%-90% FOR BARACK OBAMA?
Sure-to-be controversial new book reveals surprising facts about slavery, civil rights, and black voting patterns
There are 32 million Black Americans in the United States and yet, as noted by Ben Kinchlow, former co-host of The 700 Club, many White Americans are now asking, “What do Blacks want?” In this thought-provoking, sometimes shocking book, Kinchlow, a black Conservative who was once a Black Muslim, broaches a wide range of controversial topics germane to America in general and African-Americans in particular. He addresses such topics as the true origin of “40 acres and a mule;” the real father of American slavery; the lynching of more than a thousand whites by the KKK; and reveals that 86% of African-Americans DO NOT support Affirmative Action and that race is viewed differently by pre ‘60s and post ‘60s Blacks.
Black Yellow Dogs threatens to turn common knowledge on its politically incorrect ear. It moves from the arrival of the first Blacks in Jamestown, Virginia in 1619 (they were not slaves) into the 21st century at breakneck speed. He asks who elected our Civil Rights Leaders and who are they really representing? Why do Blacks vote the way they vote and did they always vote this way? His scorching look at diversity as modern segregation will make some modern liberals—black and white—squirm, and many, mostly conservative Whites, will find themselves nodding affirmatively in the chapter on Virtual Racism. He even saves his critics the trouble of looking up insults by providing a “ready reference list of descriptive phrases” used against Blacks who fail to adhere to the official “Black Position.”
In this eye-opening book, Kinchlow reveals the historical facts, written documents and writings of the Founding Fathers, Former Presidents, Congressional leaders, and the Supreme Court that shows that the Democratic Party has “perpetuated virtually every anti-black, pro-segregation legislative initiative from 1871 to 1965.” From slavery to entitlement programs, Kinchlow offers documented facts about the Black experience in the United States as perpetuated by politicians and the media. He says “the most dangerous citizen is not armed, but uninformed.”
Minister, broadcaster, author, and businessman, Ben Kinchlow is known worldwide as the former Co-Host of The 700 Club. He is the Founder and CEO of The African-American Political Awareness Coalition which encourages Black Americans to confront some uncomfortable truths and implores them to vote “principle” not “party,” and Founder of Americans For Israel, an organization dedicated to promoting a mutual understanding of the ancient bond that exists between Christians and Jews and restoring and renewing the traditional ties between the Jewish and African-American communities. He is also the co-host of the Front Page Jerusalem radio show, a comprehensive news and commentary program featuring top newsmakers in the U.S. and Israel, and serves as Vice President and Board Member of Kids Against Hunger, a dynamic worldwide feeding program for starving children. An ordained minister with a degree in Business Administration, he is a recipient of the American Legion Award of Merit. During the course of his career at CBN, he served as Executive Vice President, overseeing Domestic Ministries, Major Donor Department, Partner Correspondence, Estate Planning Division, Direct Mail, and Partner Seminars. Married to the former Vivian Carolyn Jordan, Kinchlow has three sons and six grandchildren.
Black YellowDogs by Ben Kinchlow