Stories written by Ken Raymond
Ken Raymond is a member of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of Forsyth County. Raymond is also a member the Winston Salem Foundation, the North Carolina Republican Executive Committee, and the Forsyth County Republican Executive Committee. Raymond graduated from Winston-Salem State University with a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in English in 1987.

Abolitionist Movement and the Tea Party‏

If you don’t believe that history repeats itself, then you haven’t taken a close look at the stunning similarities between the Abolitionist Movement of 19th century, and today’s Tea Party. By watching the Tea Party’s struggle to reduce government spending and federal encroachment into individual lives, it’s much easier to imagine the challenges abolitionists faced […]

March 28, 2014 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

The “Southern Strategy” is a Lie

Richard Nixon’s “Southern Strategy”, which the democrats say is the reason black people had to support them during the 1960’s–is a lie. And it’s probably the biggest lie that’s been told to the blacks since Woodrow Wilson segregated the federal government after getting the NAACP to support him. After talking with black voters across the […]

June 7, 2011 | Posted in Ken Raymond,National | Read More »

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