About Me

Kuuleme T. Stephens

 

 

I am a Mother/Actress/Model/Singer and Navy Veteran. I also have a daughter who is an actress/model/and recording artist and two beautiful nieces that I raise. I am a Conservative Independent who speaks her mind very openly!!! I have appeared on CBS radio with Dan Rea and KLZ The Source with Kenneth Clark, and I hope to do more radio interviews in the future so Black Conservatives can have their voices heard across the nation!

  1. Ma’am, your posts are incredibly refreshing! Not only are you a veteran (HHOOAAH, former airborne ranger), actress, mother, singer ( I think what I do around the house and in the car might actually pass for ‘singing”), and a conservative…you are an incredibly beautiful ALL of the above!

    • Thank you very much! Please come check out I blog there along with 7 other Black Female Conservative writers! Please check us out, comment and follow us!!!

  2. Hi, I have just stumbled upon your blog via “Chicks on the Right”. I must say that as a caucasian man and Soldier who married a black woman (and former Soldier), we’ve heard most of those ‘not enough’ comments as well. We’ve taught our children to be the best they can be, not the best at what anyone else’s vision might be. I’ll definitely check back here. Thanks for what you do!

    • Hello Dave! Thank you for reading my blog! As a women married to a Caucasian male and a former soldier, I’ve heard it all too!If you like my blog, please come and check out my other blog site: There are 7 authors including myself all whom are Black Female Conservatives!I think you will enjoy reading our blogs posted there!

  3. I like this blog entry so much so i would either like to use it in its entirety in the book I an writing (giving you complete credit of course) or interview you for my book. If you interested please message me on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=595369481

  4. Love your blog! How wonderful to run across someone with independent thought and something intelligent to say! I love: ‘The white sheep of the black community’! Keep the good stuff coming and don’t allow the left to silence you, as they wish to do! No, we won’t shut up, thank you!

  5. I need to direct more of my friends to you blog!!
    You are an amazing American

  6. Brandon Mishoe

    Ma’am I must say I read one of your articles about our black community and I was just like thank you!! I’m a 22 year old male that lives in the Harlem area of manhattan, and like you I feel that black people are full of crap. Our people constantly complain about race,poverty, and the system yet they do nothing to alter our future. I don’t know how old you are and the way I look at it my mother was born in the 60’s and she was born into poverty but she did not allow that to describe who was going to be. I’m proud of her raised me her only child and my 3 half brothers and sister but made sure we were taught good values. She makes roughly 65k a year and I look at it as a women with no college degree but was such a hard worker is making something and showing us that hard work pays off. Thats enough money for her to survive I’m becoming a man and I refuse to depend on her as a young black male, because the problem is my peers think it’s ok to live off their parents and believe things in this world will be giving to them. To an extent it’s true we are getting way more in my generation and the next than previous ever had yet these idiots glorify all the wrong things like it’s cool. At one point I did believe the “ghetto” mentality and hood life was the best until one of the older guys I hung out with told me ” when you’re thirty years old and look back what will you be able to say about your life” That right there shook my world and that was 6 years ago, but I still think of that everyday. I was called an oreo or I was talking white because I decided I don’t want to sound like an idiot, but I’m fine with that I have a lovely girlfriend who is spanish by the way that just graduated college. She was my high school sweetheart and she pushes me to do better and I have, soon I’ll be graduating with a finance degree and from do some networking I may get an internship at a hedge fund doing investment banking. Just want to say thank you for showing me that I wasn’t being cruel when I come down on our people.

  7. Totally supportive. It is really sad that you do experience such words from people, regardless of politics or color of their skin. it is great to see women who are strong in their beliefs and not afraid to express them no matter what.

    On a side note, you are a very striking woman, I can only imagine your daughter is too. I just wish I had your beauty.

  8. Thank you for your excellent articles. We need more of people like you who stand up for the truth and reject mass brainwashing.

  9. wow… I had just about given up on mending past interracial issues when I read your post. I served in the Marine Corps just after Viet Nam. Whites, Blacks and Hispanics were tight, like brothers. we ate, slept and lived together. Sure, there were differences, just like I am different from my biological brother. But we worked through them .Sad to see the whole racial thing continues to fester. Thought that me, and Z and Chilly Willy Straughter solved this problem many years ago. Thank you for speaking the truth. Truth is rare these days and when you read it , it gives you hope. Mark

  10. Your blogs are wonderful. I would love to see a Conservative Independent party started and led by someone like you. I have a theory that 10% of the voters are on the left side and another 10% are on the right, but there are 80% in the middle who are left under-represented. YOU would be an excellent leader of those 80%.

    I would gladly recommend that you check out Stacy On The Right in St. Louis.

  11. Nothing more attractive than a beautiful conservative christian woman. Your husband is a lucky man, if i find a woman that is half of what you are, i would be blessed. Happy veterans day kuuleme, thanks for serving our great nation. Make america great again. God bless you.

  12. Dear Kuuleme, I just finished reading your blog detailing how slave mentality and the sense of entitlement destroys the black community. You put into words what I rather felt when I moved to the United States in 2001 but could not put my finger on it. You are absolutely right, this type of mentality is not bound by race. I had to battle and overcome my own slave mentality when I got out of a cult in the 90s and started a new life with no friends and limited financial resources. The toughest battle has been to overcome slave mentality that comes with low self esteem and a general lack of confidence. Self esteem and confidence can be faked of course, but this is no answer to the problem. I had to dig deeper and come up with the courage to address and work through personal issues without playing the blame game. With God’s help I am where I am today, and there is still a long road ahead of me with unexplored possibilities and opportunities waiting to happen. What I am trying to say is that coming out of slave mentality is definitely a process we are actively engaged in. It does not happen over night, and there is no shortcut. It’s more like a gradual awakening that can be quite painful but in the end is so rewarding!

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