Talitha K. McEachin is a Conservative blogger, Republican & member of the Tea Party. Her articles have appeared on numerous political blogs & websites including redwhiteandbluenews.com, blogsites for Herman Cain, the Yahoo News Contributor Network and most recently, KiraDavis.net. She is well known for her provocative topics, candid opinions, humor & apologetics for the Conservative cause & the Christian faith. She is also the driving force of several Facebook pages dedicated to highlight minorities within the Conservative movement like Conservative Black Men & Conservative Black Women.
Talitha, an Atlanta native, has a B.A. in Biology & Philosophy from Georgia State University & minored in classical languages. She is also an editorial writer for Black Literature magazine which highlights the literary achievements of established as well as new Black writers from all genres. When she is not writing on political topics, she makes time for her love of reading & writing fiction. The first novel in her fantasy series, The Elements, is due to be released in 2012. She also hosts the BlogTalk internet radio show "Book Reads" every Sunday featuring interviews & live excerpt readings from published writers of fiction from all genres. Her new show "Conservative Introspection" which will highlight political issues of the day from a Conservative, philosophical perspective debuts on BlogTalk radio in May.
Articles by Talitha McEachin:
Nigger. Nigga. Cracker. Honky. I could go on with a long list of racial slurs, but no matter how long the list, most of you are still soothing the sting from the first word or giggling delightfully in your cyber-anonymity. We will need to begin with the etymology of the word “nigger”. The word's ... continue reading
“Well I think every black person should at least get $100,000.” “What do you think that's gonna do?” “That won't do nothing but make Cadillac the number-one dealership in the country!” “Everywhere you look, there's opportunity. You know what I mean?” ... continue reading
The most popular question I received from white people on this blog journey exploring race and culture was “African-American or Black; what do you want to be called?” and understandably so, since so many people have debated the legitimacy of calling black Americans “African-Americans” over ... continue reading
Folks, it’s official. This particular part of the blog series has been dubbed a “roasting” by me. This part is a bit longer, so get comfortable and fasten your seat belts. I had written this piece and was ready to publish it but after a few re-reads, I realized that what I had originally written ... continue reading
Black Christian Conservative Thrown Out of Summer Program at Georgetown University for Refusing LGBTQ Tolerance Seminar
One of the most wonderful news stories that I was so happy to hear over the last two years was that of Urban Prep Academy in Chicago. It is the only 100% African-American male charter high school in the entire country which has had a 100% college acceptance rate for its senior class. There has been no shortage of ... continue reading
Introduction to The Top 10 Things Black & White Americans Want To Know About One Another But Won't Ask
Recently, I asked black & white people throughout social media for questions they always wanted to ask the opposite race, but haven’t for fear of offending them. I received over 4,000 responses and from them I took the top ten to address in this series on “race” or “race ... continue reading
Words are not adequate enough to fully express my initial level of shock and disappointment for the SCOTUS' ruling on the constitutionality of Obamacare. However, I am even more inspired by the increased level of patriotism in light of it. The SCOTUS has ruled that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ... continue reading
Since the irresponsible, “lamestream”, liberal media either does not seem to know what satire is, or knows and deliberately ignores it to insult Herman Cain and distract Americans from his timely message, before I begin this missive, let me provide them with and remind them of the definition: ... continue reading