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3 Whites to Watch: Larry Elder, David Mills aka Undercoverblackman & Michelle Malkin

le_cover.jpgRadio talk show host and author Larry Elder, once a huge fan of Barak Obama for president, has changed his mind after learning that Obama participated in the Trinity United Church of Christ.

Mr. Elder told viewers of the Fox News Channel on Tuesday morning March 18 that after he saw video tapes of Reverend Jeremiah Wright giving his now infamous sermons he has concluded that it is not right to support Senator Obama.

Mr. Elder called Rev. Wright’s sermons “screeds” and he said that Senator Obama exhibited very poor judgement in attending religious services orchestrated by Rev. Wright.


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Mr. Elder said he was shock parents allowed their children to hear the message of hate delivered by Rev. Wright.

Mr. Elder is the author of “Stupid Black Men, (How to Play the Race Card and Lose).” The book has been described this way:

David Mills is an American author, journalist, and screenwriter and producer of television programs. He was an executive producer and writer of the HBO miniseries The Corner, for which he won two Emmy Awards, and the creator, executive producer, and writer of the NBC miniseries Kingpin.

In 1979, Mills graduated from DuVal Senior High School in Lanham, Maryland. Afterwards he attended the University of Maryland, where he was on the staff of The Diamondback, the independent student newspaper. While he was a student, Mills published This Magazine, a tabloid that failed after one editon. Later, he and a group of his friends published Uncut Funk, a newspaper that focused on the music of George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic.

Michelle Malkin (née Maglalang) (born October 20, 1970) is an American conservative columnist, blogger, author, and political commentator. She has made frequent guest appearances on national syndicated radio programs and on television networks such as MSNBC, Fox News Channel, and C-SPAN. In addition to her written blog, she posts regular video blogs. Her weekly syndicated column appears in nearly 200 newspapers and websites.[1]

Malkin was born in Philadelphia to Filipino parents, Dr. Apolo and Rafaela Maglalang, in 1970.[2] Her parents had immigrated to the United States earlier that year.[2] Her father, a doctor, had entered the United States on a work visa.[2] Her maternal grandfather fought under General Douglas MacArthur.[3] She grew up in Absecon, New Jersey,[4] and attended Holy Spirit High School.[2] She graduated from Oberlin College, which she describes as a “radically left-wing, liberal arts college.”[5] In 1993, she married Jesse Malkin, a Rhodes Scholar. As of 2004, Jesse, a former economist for the RAND Corporation[6], stays home and raises their two children.[7]


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