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What if the World and Wi-Fi end?

The world and Wi-Fi might end soon. As many fearfully approach Friday, which is the last day of the Mayan calendar, others wonder if...

Parents and Children Being Thrown Off The Immigrant Rights Cliff

Once again, advocates, activists, and immigrants themselves are being told to wait for action on immigration reform because making sure that the country doesn’t...

Ron Paul Calls Obama’s Defense of Israel’s Right to Defend Itself...

Retiring Texas congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) said Monday that President Barack Obama's comments defending Israel's right to defend itself were hypocritical. On November 18, 2012,...

Groundbreaking Election for Voters of Color, Winning Strategies

A Little Capital Goes A Long Way, Investing In Voters of Color Is A Sure Bet. The question leading up to the 2012 presidential election...

Voter Fraud and Election Protection: There’s an App for That

Having the right information can often mean the difference between casting a ballot and getting left out of the process.

Young Voters of Color Could Be Crucial in OH, VA and...

Last week I had the privilege of keynoting the Toledo NAACP's 99th Freedom Fund Dinner. The event attracted tons of media and more than...

The Tale of Two Electorates: Ohio and New Jersey

Holy Toledo, Ohio has become a bellwether for American political trends. Can you believe that the President has solidified a lead in the once elusively...

Puerto Rico Votes on Status: A Primer on Sovereign Commonwealth

As the second installment of my discussion on the three non-territorial options available for Puerto Rican voters on Election Day, we turn to what...

Why the Media Needs to Drop the I-Word

In the 19th Century, the growing demand for newspapers led to the creation of wire services, cooperatives between large city-based newspapers, the most famous...

Study: A Black Person is Killed by Police Every 36 Hours

By J. Kojo Livingston Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Louisiana Weekly Using government documents and direct investigations a group has issued a...