Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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Chris Ornelas

Name: Chris Ornelas Title/Occupation: Executive VP/Chief Strategy Officer Organization: National Association of Broadcasters What Makes The Person A Game Changer: Since 2010, Chris Ornelas has served as Executive VP/Chief Strategy Officer of the National Association of Broadcasters. Prior to his current role,...

Occupy Wall Street After One Year

The Occupy Wall Street movement (OWS) will turn one Monday. Geared toward education, celebration, and resistance, the movement continues to garner criticism and advocates. OWS gained momentum quickly last fall. It included camp-outs, social media activism, and protester arrests, while...
Political analysts love to find ‘critical moments’ in political campaigns where ‘everything changed.’ In 1992, it was when George H.W. Bush looked at his watch during a town hall debate with Bill Clinton and Ross Perot, subsequently proving that...
(Note: Part two of this piece can be found here.) Way back in June, on the 12th day to be precise, Joshua Baca, the National Coalitions Director at Mitt Romney for President sent an email blast to supporters reading as...
By Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.)  I remember in 1996 when Bill Richardson, making the media rounds at that year’s Democratic National Convention, said the Latino vote would be key to reelecting Bill Clinton. Even 16 years ago, candidates wrote off...
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 marked the anniversary of one of the most audacious attacks against America.  As promised, it also marks the annual threat by Muslim extremists against innocent Westerners, except this time their threat was backed up by...
By Eric Mayes of the The Philadelphia Tribune The fate of the state’s controversial new voter ID is now in the hands of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which heard oral arguments on the matter Thursday morning. It was unclear when the...
By Veronique de Rugy and Nick Gillespie Despite looming deadlines related to budget sequestration and decade-old “temporary” tax rates that expire at year’s end, massive entitlement crises and much more, Congress has effectively stopped work on serious legislation until at...
By Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. Millions of Black Americans and millions of other Americans who know the essential power and responsibility of voting are welcoming the decision just made by the United States District Court in Washington, D.C. A three-judge...
By the staff of the Washington Informer The Washington Informer has a mostly black readership and that appears to be why it was denied a District government contract which instead was awarded to The Washington Times, a right-wing newspaper with...