Pregnant Lesbians and Other Topics Grand Ma Wouldn’t Understand…

by Cap Black

 My maternal grandmother was a retired social studies teacher and traditional American. Each epic downturn away from once unquestioned precepts prompted in-depth discussion and shared concern for America’s future that strengthen me to this day. 

On Wednesday, March 28, 2013, Jenna Wolfe, a weekend host of NBC’s “Today Show” made two announcements which would have shocked my late Grand Ma: 

She not only said she was pregnant, but also that she was involved with a female reporter from another network. 

I’ve yet to understand why upper income female homosexuals opt to have children. Lower income ones do so to qualify for public assistance, something unnecessary for a pair of national network reporters. 

Grand Ma and I would have grappled with the apparent contradiction of a pregnant female couple and extrapolated this development in the Black community, where uniting a moribund heterosexual family unit should be our top priority. 

It hurt having to watch Grand Ma experience profound disappointment has values fell away in the community and America like layers of an onion. 

The Greatest Generation’s dubious reward for surviving the Great Depression, World War II, Jim Crow and the Cold War shouldn’t have been a country hell-bent on tossing God and traditional values into the ash bin of history. 

Everything that makes healthy civilizations seems under successful attack by those anxious to re-create the fall of ancient Rome and Greece on these shores. 

As I attempt to wrap my flexible but appalled mind around the paradox of pregnant lesbians, it’s clear this is yet another modern topic Grand Ma wouldn’t have understood. 

Cap Black, The Hood Conservative 

Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit


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Darien Long: Urban Safety Scapegoat


by Cap Black 

Darien Long, Atlanta’s famous “Kick A$$ Mall Cop” has been arrested for tackling a trespassing suspect he’d banned from his facility. 

Local police say he couldn’t produce a trespassing notice to substantiate his claim. As a Georgian who did thug management there, I know a trespass notice isn’t required to ban someone from private property. 

Trespass notices are used to summarily order someone’s arrest should he return after being issued one by police at the direction of a merchant or his designee. 

Hopefully this bogus charge will be dropped. 

Hat tip to internet talk show host Tommy Sotomayor for breaking the story. Here’s his sobering commentary (Warning: Strong Language): 

I wrote this response on his YouTube comment section: “Smells like the local PD is upset a hostage (American Black who promotes safety rights) has been gaining fame for fighting the rampant crime they don’t seem to notice. MEMO TO LAW ABIDING BLACK FOLKS: SUFFER IN SILENCE & LET CHOCOLATE KLANSMEN TERRORIZE/DISRESPECT/KILL YOU AT WILL!” 

Local television coverage of this sad episode includes:

Long’s story is one of how American Blacks who dare practice safety rights like other (read: White) Americans, stand in marked contrast to the hostage role written by an unlikely, unholy union: chocolate Klansmen (Black thugs) and local police who feel we shouldn’t oppose them. 

This unlikely, unholy union handcuffs law abiding citizens who, were they not Black, wouldn’t worry about whether otherwise lawful self-defense acts will be used against them Jim Crow judo style. 

Quite a Catch 22… 

It shows that we haven’t overcome as much as some think. 

As a Black male anti-crime activist, I know only too well how tight a tight rope I walk when dealing with chocolate Klansmen and law enforcement. 

I know I don’t get the benefit of the doubt White concerned citizens often take for granted. I’m more likely to be viewed as just another suspect and as such have governed 20 years of private officer and safety rights activities accordingly. 

Lest readers think I’ve gone liberal – far from it! 

This is simply being honest about the double-standard American Blacks can face when availing ourselves of the 2nd Amendment, state self-defense and private security statutes. 

Police culture hasn’t quite arrived at the conclusion that all of those in the Hood aren’t hoods and thus is prone to lump us all in the same criminal category.  

While Darien Long has numerous White supporters worldwide, I can’t help but wonder how well received his one-man line of defense has been by elements of the Atlanta Police department – of any color? 

Until American Blacks de-Klan the Hood, it encourages some cops to view all of us as trouble makers, ironically even those trying to stop trouble itself! 

Darien Long is an urban safety scapegoat and represents unsung heroes punished for being Americans daring self-defense… while Black! 

Cap Black The Hood Conservative


Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit


Happy 4th Anniversary, The Bold Pursuit

Standing up for liberty when many have been beaten to their knees is no mean feat! 

Our Republic is like a boxing champion on the ropes: legs wobbly, vision fuzzy, but fighting spirit still urging him forward! 

The Bold Pursuit urges patriots off the proverbial ropes of Recession, socialism and despair. 

This site offers a daily flurry of blows to counter haymakers thrown by the Left (and Pseudo-Right) intent upon knocking America out. 

The Bold Pursuit is a heavyweight champion at showing politically punch drunk Americans what they’ve fought for throughout history. 

Happy 4th anniversary, The Bold Pursuit; keep swinging for traditional values and free markets!


Cap Black The Hood Conservative 


” Be your OWN Superhero!”


Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit 

Classics: “A Tear Drop Fell From Heaven”

We continue “The Best of TBP” week with a special poem by one of our favorite guest bloggers, Sandy Stringfellow: “A Tear Drop Fell From Heaven.” This poem remains one of the most popular titles on our site – a TBP classic. Thank you, Sandy, for sharing your talent with The Bold Pursuit ~ Clio

“A Tear Drop Fell From Heaven”

A tear drop fell from Heaven
From a mote in God’s eye
Reflecting consternation
Rippling the sea of time

He said, “I gave you Freedom
And a place to make it grow
In the land you call America
To be loved with heart and soul …

Please click here for the poem:

Darkness Before Dawn

by Robert Arvay

One of the hallmarks of history is that sometimes, just when all seemed hopeless, the good guys won. There are many examples, both ancient and modern. One of each will suffice:

When the mighty Persian Empire seemed poised to eradicate the faint beginnings of Greek democracy in 480 BC, a small band of Greek soldiers gave their lives in a delaying battle that led to a Greek victory, and eventually to our democracy.

The first two and a half years of World War 2 saw a series of crushing defeats of British and American forces that could easily have erased freedom from the world. But the Allies persisted, and won. If you can read this in English, thank a soldier.

In event after event of history, great victories were won by small numbers of courageous fighters, often under circumstances where it seemed a miracle was needed, and sometimes, when it did not merely seem so.

But before each final victory, the general pattern seems to have been a series of defeats. It was during these times, during the years of darkness and frustration, during the years of pain and loss, that some people decided to join the enemy. “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em,” was a common refrain. But those who did so, lived to regret that fatal choice.

It is one thing to read the history books, safe and secure in the knowledge that democracy did not die in its infancy at Thermopylae, and comforted by knowing that evil was defeated in World War 2.

But for the people living in the middle of those times, there was no “future history” book to assure them of victory. Their only assurance was faith.

So it is for us now. As American Patriots, all of us have witnessed the decline of our great nation. We suffer with each new defeat.

We have seen what has happened to the descendants of the Greatest Generation. That great generation was raised in the rigors of the Great Depression, then baptized in the fire of war. From those early struggles, that generation rebuilt our country, and bequeathed to their children both freedom and prosperity.

But something went terribly wrong. Today we see a citizenry abandoning the ideals of individualism, and falling into dependency. We see the culture becoming more profane with every new sitcom on TV. The list of civic failures is too painful to recite.

Some wit has remarked that the Washington, DC of today is the London of 1776, so remote and oppressive it has become. The Boston Tea Party of 1773 (yes, Sarah Palin was ridiculed by an ignorant news media for citing the date correctly) is now the national TEA Party movement.

At every turn it seems that we suffer yet another defeat. We yearn for George Washington, but we seem always to get Benedict Arnold instead.

Many of us have become weary, disheartened, even fatalistic. We no longer allow ourselves to get our hopes up, because it is too painful when, once again, those hopes are dashed.

Defeat seems all but certain. It will take a miracle to give us the victory.

That miracle will be provided by God, in His due course of time, not ours. God will lead us through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. But note that He will lead us through it, not around it. Our duty is to follow Him. No task is more difficult, none is more rewarding.

The American spirit was born on the frontier, not in a living room. It was forged in war, not in a luxurious parlor. And it will be reborn in you, not in ease and leisure, but in struggle and pain.

A future history book will tell of your valiant struggle, not of the drudgery you will experience. Future historians will speak of your glorious victory, not of the pain and loss you will endure. The books will recount your determination and confidence, but not your doubts and fears as you risk your life, your fortune, and your sacred honor.

But because of you, those future historians will be born free, and because of that, they will carry on in the tradition that you have set for them, the ever continuing struggle for freedom.

Don’t give up, and above all, do not change sides. As you carry on the struggle, be confident that while victory will never be easy, it is assured.

History depends on you.

Robert Arvay is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit.

Avoiding “Progressive Purgatory”

by Cap Black

A liberal ex-girlfriend brow beat me yesterday on the phone over the “debt” she felt I owed progressive social policies.

This is nothing new, but she was particularly pronounced – maybe because we hadn’t talked in a while.

To her credit, despite being a die-hard Democrat, she’s highly intelligent and an accomplished advisor to businesses, established and startups.

I wonder how someone like that can be a Democrat but somehow she pulls it off. Her resume should have her squarely on the Republican side of the ledger.

Sadly, that doesn’t stop her from attempting to “convert” me away from conservatism, which she equates to effectively supporting policies contrary to my best interests.

She fails to see that embracing leftist moral relativism and its anti-capitalist creed would do nothing to help me as an individual.

Undermining traditional marriage alone in Black America’s two-parent desert means a suicide pact dooming us to even more rudderless children and horrific headlines.

Extolling the virtues of Obama (yeah right!), social security, unemployment insurance, and affirmative action as if they don’t need serious reform, ensures she one day won’t have any businesses left to advise.

Middle class Black liberals preach a lot of socialism but always overlook their ironic role as beneficiaries of capitalism.

She worked hard to have marketable skills yet advocates government giveaways for low income American Blacks without marketable skills.

She helps other people make money, but supports tax policies which undermine producers of wealth and jobs.

She wants race-based preferences in education and employment while also blasting the boogeyman of White privilege.

I have plenty of White friends who feel anything but privileged these days, with millions more screaming agreement.

I can’t support the Progressive policy purgatory.

The America I grew up in has been ruled by them since the 1960s and has subsidized a wave of vulgarity, violence and general dysfunction the likes of which put old Soviet Russia to shame.

My ex-girlfriend really thinks joining her bandwagon would be a step forward for me.

Sadly, the world she invites me to join is a wasteland where folks like her do all the right things to succeed in a capitalist system, while not demanding the same of those they try to help.

I want far, far more for Americans in need than life sentences to a Progressive purgatory where nothing improves except the lot of do-nothing overseers.

That’s why I’ve avoided it for years!

Cap Black The Hood Conservative

Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit

“Progressivism” Re-Post: The Best of TBP

Next Monday, The Bold Pursuit celebrates its 4th year in service to conservative readers. Over the years, our columnists and contributing writers provided our site with the best citizen commentary online! As we continue to observe our milestone with reposts of “The Best of TBP,” our challenge is to select the best from four years of great blogs and features.

There are applications and other systems available to bloggers and websites to track and analyze traffic and the interests of readers. According to multiple sources, the following column from “JWT’s Journal” is one of the top requested pages on our site, as well as a top request with search engines.

John Wayne Tucker, former candidate for US Congress (MO), teacher and historian, joined TBP two and a half years ago, just after his last campaign. His conservative ideals combined with a deep knowledge of history, economics and politics make for fascinating (and, often disturbing) insight into our current state of affairs and projections for the future.

We’re proud to repost “The Pros and Cons of Progressivism in America” for our readers; its content is even more relevant today than in November 2011 when we first posted it on The Bold Pursuit.

If our readers would like to submit suggestions for their favorite blogs, please use the email form in the left column.

Thanks to all our readers for supporting TBP and its efforts for the past four years! ~ Clio

 “The Pros and Cons of Progressivism in America”

by John Wayne Tucker

Today, most conservatives are anxious to decry Progressivism as the very heart of the Liberal movement in America today. Perhaps that is true, but there is a need to understand the development of this movement, nevertheless.

Perhaps the fact that it is an “ism” induces part of the fear of Progressivism. Matthew Spalding, Ph.D. Vice President, American Studies of the Heritage Foundation recently wrote a piece called “Rejecting Principles in the Name of Progress” in which he outlines the modern day liberal move from strict or even moderate devotion to the principles as the Constitution as being based in the Progressive Movement of 1890 – 1920’s. In fact, he and most conservatives point to the idea that the Progressive Movement is still firmly intact and responsible for every current liberal ailment in existence today. Please read the full column: “The Pros and Cons of Progressivism” 

Tuskegee Airman Carjacked by Junior Chocolate Klansmen

by Cap Black 

As if Detroit and the general crisis in the national Hood wasn’t enough, now comes the latest outrage: Mr. Jesse Rutledge, an 88 year old Tuskegee Airman, was recently car jacked at gun point by a demonic quartet of what I call “junior chocolate Klansmen.” 

Their estimated age was 13 years old. 

This immediately reminded me of the 1994 assault and home invasion of civil rights icon Rosa Parks, also in Detroit, at 81 years old.    

Surviving Nazis and their American counter parts in the Jim Crow South is rewarded by being attacked by out-of-control Black youth some bleeding heart is always enabling.    

Insult to injury was added in the Rosa Parks case when Joseph Skipper confessed to knowing who she was when he attacked her. 

This confession was made to a priest who caught him burglarizing the church he pastored. 

Disgusting is putting it mildly. 

Mr. Rutledge attackers were arrested (thank God!) and once again, American Blacks with sense are faced with the aftermath of juvenile jackals roaming our community. 

Congratulations little “brothers,” George W. Bush gave this hero and his peers a medal. 

You four could have given him a heart attack or a gunshot wound! 

Way to go! 

Cap Black, The Hood Conservative


Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit