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massiewndMychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry.  Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.”  He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research.  In his official capacity with this free-market, public-policy think tank, he has spoken at the U.S. Capitol, CPAC, participated in numerous press conferences on Capitol Hill, the National Press Club and testified in private session concerning property rights pursuant to the “Endangered Species Act” before the Chairman of the House Committee on Resources.

Mychal’s blog, “The Daily Rant” (mychalmassie.com) enjoys a widely popular and diverse audience of truth seekers worldwide.

He has been a keynote speaker at colleges and universities nationwide, at Tea Party Rallies, as well as rallies supporting our troops, conservative presidents, and conservative causes across the country.  He is an unapologetic supporter of our right to own and carry firearms.

Mychal is also a nationally syndicated op-ed columnist and former host of the top-rated talk show on the Rightalk Radio Network – “Straight Talk with Mychal Massie.”  He is a former self-employed business owner of 30-plus years.  Mychal is an inspirational / motivational speaker and a regularly featured guest on TV / talk radio programs.  The online version of his column is carried by WorldNetDaily.com and enjoys a loyal, supportive readership around the world.

Mychal has appeared on every major news-talk television and radio program in the U.S., as well as top international news programs.  He is recognized as one of America’s most articulate, passionate, and outspoken conservative voices.

He is quoted by America’s most popular program hosts and most listened-to programming nationwide.  He has successfully debated Congressman Melvin Watt, D-NC, Geraldo Rivera, Rev. Al Sharpton and Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr.  He appeared in the documentary “What Black Men Think.”  He also made an appearance in the independent motion picture “Life Fine Tuned.”  His positions on a colorblind society, civil rights, educational reform, self-sufficiency, individual responsibility, family, the judiciary, abortion, limited government, reparations, homeland security, immigration and war (both past and present) are forthright and unyielding.

A provocative, outside-the-box, visionary thinker, he has been called the “black male Ann Coulter” by liberals who condemn him and “George Will on steroids” by conservatives who love him.  Al Sharpton has referred to him as “fearless.”

In February 2011, Mychal hosted an “empty chair debate” at the National Press Club, after Al Sharpton, Marc Morial President of the National Urban League, and former Congressman and co-founder of the Congressional Black Congress Walter Fauntroy refused to debate him on the merits of their accusations of racism directed at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally.

While the recipient of numerous awards, he is most proud of the awards received August 9, 2006.  At that time the Marine Corps League – Bob Swanson Det. 1102 awarded Mychal with Honorary Membership in the United States Marine Corps League, the United States Marine Corps League Distinguished Citizen Award, the United States Marine Corps League Distinguished Citizen Award Medal, and the United States Marine Corps League Certificate of Appreciation, for, among other things, his exemplary service in the interests of the United States Marine Corps and The Marine Corps League.

He is the recipient of the prestigious “Conservative Man of the Year Award” for 2008, presented by the New York State Conservative Party.

In December 2011, he was recognized as number 13 on the list of the top 20 most influential black Republicans in the nation.  An award that he chided the presenters about pursuant to why it was necessary for him to be recognized as a color-coded Republican.  He has since that time refused to accept any awards based on race.

In addition to having hosted his own top-rated talk show, Mychal has also guest-hosted on some of the top-rated national talk-shows.

Mychal holds degrees in education, theology, and pastoral counseling.  He began his writing career in 1999 shortly after becoming an editorial board member on a suburban Philadelphia newspaper.  He wrote the foreword for the re-release of Booker T. Washington’s autobiography “Up From Slavery” (released by Pelican Publishing spring 2010).  He is the author of “Random Rants: I Was Right Then And I Am Right Now” and “Blacks Are Victims: Because They’re Told They Are.”

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  2. Ronald Lyster November 10, 2016 at 6:13 pm #

    Mychal, an idea – and a favor to ask of you. Your knowledge and literary skills make you an obvious choice for this. I’ll explain the idea below, and the favor is for you to write an article about this.

    There are so many issues arising with the childish temper-tantrum riots now taking place that it may be difficult to limit the scope of the matter in a reasonable manner. Nevertheless, the idea stems from my belief that our president elect, while not a perfect man, has been grievously defamed repeatedly by our so-called “main stream” media, left-wing politicians, teachers, and entertainment personalities. The idea is to present a comprehensive table of accusations that have been made against him and an analysis of which matters are undoubtedly true, which are undoubtedly false, and for all other matters how likely they are to be true or false. Then a similar table needs to be drawn for his adversary, Hillary Clinton. All of this needs to be supported by evidence – underlying facts and the sources of those facts.

    I believe we’ve come to a point where ranting against “straw men” has turned into defamation against real people. Don’t get me wrong, if Hillary has been defamed that should also be pointed out too.

    I began to lose my respect and confidence in our “main stream media” with Bill Clinton’s Lewinsky affair. Why was Matt Drudge (a relative unknown at the time) getting all this information and the “news media” wasn’t reporting it? How could that be? Now it appears that our “news media” has been conspiring fraudulently and conspiratorially with one side over the other. Perhaps another table should be included to indict the press? Of all the scandals, perhaps this is the most disturbing. Without a free, unbiased, impartial and aggressive press, how can we exist as a democracy?

  3. Robert Bear October 11, 2016 at 6:31 pm #

    I am a Canadian metis and am confronted with the kind of retoric that massiie talks against. We cannot apply the rules that existed 100 years ago or before with the facts today. Did you know for example that there were more Irish slaves in the U.S. Than Africans in the early 1800s (indentured servants ) . Most Africans were on farms where they were housed and fed better than they had been in Africa My own grandmother was taken from an English orphanage at 6 years old, loaded on a ship and made to stand on a dock in Quebec Canada while people selected kids .iM sure a lot of these kids became almost slaves on the farms or wherever they wound up.
    Let’s quit blaming anyone for our own shortcomings and Geton with taking advantage of what our forefathers have left us in either country

  4. Vern Higbee September 14, 2016 at 10:07 am #

    I have read several articles by M. Massie and am duly impressed. I too am tired of hearing about black/white issues; we have American issues that need to be addressed regardless of race. We need to put the race baiters in their proper places and that’s NOT anywhere in politics; I’m ashamed of the race baiters from the president on down. The PC police are particularly adept at ensuring the race baiters have a forum.

    Mychal Massie is a leading voice but he needs to be joined by people like Trump, Romney, McCain, Obama, Clinton(both), all the Bushes and all the rest of the supposed leaders of all political persuasions.

  5. Frank Ebell August 2, 2016 at 2:36 pm #

    Thank You Mr. Massie for the truths you speak here and the courage to do what so many cannot or will not do. Thank You sir.

  6. Jim Buchanan July 29, 2016 at 12:43 am #

    I’ll probably never meet Mr. Massie, but every time I read an article I feel as though a friend is talking to me and teaching me a lot about life. Thanks for that friendship.

    • Frank Ebell August 2, 2016 at 2:35 pm #

      I agree. Listening to Mr. Massie is like breathing in fresh mountain air after an overdose of Los Angeles left coast smog! Why is it so impossible for some to see the truth? Please Lord Jesus return soon.

  7. John Hedlund July 26, 2016 at 12:55 pm #

    I just red your article on Trump being a pragmatist. And he doesn’t see the problem as liberal or conservative; he sees it only as a problem. Excellent observation. I have sent your article to several of my conservative friends. Wish you well.

  8. Chrissie July 22, 2016 at 9:52 am #

    Well said Mr. Massie

  9. Tim Shaw July 14, 2016 at 8:40 am #

    You don’t think other minority races will side with the blacks or other countries could become allies to help over throw the white ran regime we have in this country,you see were not the only race that’s been victimized by all this hatred that’s constantly being spewed by whites,this country is a time bomb just waiting to go off,while are enemies are sitting back waiting on a chance to overthrow america.

    • Mark Woodley July 15, 2016 at 7:54 am #

      Mychal…I am 52, white, straight, and YOU ARE MY NEW HERO!!! Thank you for telling it like it is. When the Spanish, English, French and Portugese landed on the shores of Africa, their cannons faced the ocean NOT inland. Why? Because just as you said, the African tribes were capturing their african neighbors and selling them as slaves. The Europeans had NO fear of the african tribes….the african tribes feared other african tribes engaging in slavery and geonocide.

      Facts can be a REAL bitch sometimes….and thank you for point this FACT out.

      • Lynelle July 18, 2016 at 11:39 pm #

        You’ve got my ear, I worked here in Louisiana for Dr. Ben Carsons campaign, I adore this man and session that you might stand toe to toe.

  10. Samuel July 13, 2016 at 1:12 pm #

    Two sides of the same coin. Al Sharpton benefits from the problem of race by magnifying it. YOU benefit by minimizing it; the small opioid for a defined group of individuals. Your behavior has been reinforced and you are isolated in a sea of positive reinforcing feed-back. This can obscure ones view, I think. You, and those you criticize) are both very skilled at what you do, Kudos for that. YOU both derive benefits and purpose from the race terrain in America. Why do you have to attack other people to show the validity of you cause? Furthermore, your attacks are predictable and safe. There is order in your rhetoric. It is safe more than courageous. You have allied in a safe and comfortable way. That is smart, if you goal is comfort.

  11. Jesse July 13, 2016 at 8:29 am #

    God bless you sir! You have put into, the most equolent, words exactly what ALL Americans need to hear. Why it has taken so long for anyone to stand up and say this is a sad commentary on us. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for awakening the human example we all need to be.

    A fan for life,
    Jesse

    • Miss Vicki September 13, 2016 at 1:16 pm #

      Eloquent is a fabulous way to describe your writings; keep it coming…the public has a right to know and you say it so thoroughly and so well. Bless you.
      Miss Vicki

  12. J. Friesen July 13, 2016 at 1:49 am #

    God bless you! Thank you for being a voice for the silenced. It’s impossible to say anything. If I thought I wouldn’t be called a racist or attacked I could share plenty of racism stories (against me as a white male). The reality is nobody will know what my experience was growing up in a non-white school where I was the receptacle of hate for everyone else. Just like white people won’t know the experience of being black or receptacle of racism/discrimination. Sadly, we are only able to provide forums, marches, protests, for blacks in my opinion. Yes they will say “we are against all racism” or “we really think all lives matter” but that’s like telling males that are raped that they can get help at the women’s health center (it just somehow misses the mark).

    My approach to handling it (because we could spend years sharing woe stories and get nothing done and I’d like resolution versus policy implementation that actually causes more racial tensions. I choose to celebrate philosophy and leaders that I believe truly want equality for all (regardless of race). So I hail Dr. Ben Carson because his words bring us together so we can fight against injustice UNITED because I think we are equal and capable of working together for good when we aren’t pitted against eachother like dogs in a bull fight. I hail Dr. Martin Luther King because he wanted us to enjoy freedom together without racism. Yes racism exists but people often only thinks it’s against African American or nonwhite folks but I ASSURE you it’s also against whites. Sadly when I say lets hail Ben Carson or Dr. M. King I literally have been told enough (by black folks) “that’s always what white supremists say to shut us up”. So then… The message I get from the “white privilege” teachings is I’m supposed to feel bad or acknowledge my privilege when my mother dropped out of high school because she was pregnant. Or I get told by Hillary that whites need to listen more. I pray God helps our country and nation heal and that we are not reduced to who can shout the loudest about how badly another race must pay in retribution for things they didn’t do because it really feels like that’s what is wanted. I get why some black folks love the “I’m unapologetically black” slogan. It must be nice to so freely say that or shout other race inciting slogans at protests. Maybe we do have similar feelings because I wish I could shout “I’m unapologetically white and stop being racist by blaming me becaus of my skin color”.

    I’m fairly confident I’ll get some hate comments for the above but I want to say instead of being reactive and throwing hate statements my hopes and prayers are that we can visualize our strengths of being united for ALL of humanity and Americans. As Dr. Ben Carson said: we are NOT eachother’s enemy.

    God Bless Dr. B. Carson and Dr. M King (I’m not saying that to shut black people up I actually believe in their philosophy).

  13. Leta July 4, 2016 at 7:29 pm #

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  14. Hazel Cauthen May 19, 2016 at 1:43 pm #

    We are living in a world of Victim Mentality. Thank you for your “rants”!

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