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American Civil Liberties: Straight Outta Thailand

This week an American citizen was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison for ‘threatening’ the royal family of Thailand in a trial that no one...

The Gingrich that Stole Romney’s Christmas

This is no longer hype, this is no longer the flavor of the week and this is no bubble about to burst: Newt Gingrich is...

Drama in the Senate: The Aponte Chronicles

Mari Carmen Aponte has been serving as the US Ambassador to El Salvador because of a recess appointment. The GOP in the Senate has...

Jazz Has Endured – But, Can Public Media Do the Same?

The FCC’s media ownership rules have never resulted in commercial programming that fully reflects local communities.  Local newscasts make up only a small portion...

Thank Goodness the Seattle Welfare Queen Isn’t Black

Authorities recently raided the home of a Seattle woman who allegedly used federal subsidy vouchers reserved for low income families to – get this...

Detroit’s Financial Turf War With Michigan

City and state government officials are gearing up for a public fight about how to rescue cash-strapped Detroit from a financial meltdown. The Motor City’s...

The Kids Are Aight: Young Americans Still Civically Active

You can practically write the post-election young voter headlines:  “Young people sit out 2012;” “For Obama, large generation is big disappointment;” “Hope and change...

Booker T. Mattison Talks Blacks and Media

Mattison's novel Snitch was published May 1, 2011.

The Numbers Behind the Newt Surge

The Republican primary has yet another flavor of the month. Here we go again … perhaps, going through the same thing as the song...

To the Blago End

It seems like a week of fallen, disgraced politicians. First, it was Herman Cain with his inevitable, yet stubborn campaign suspension announcement replete with Pokemon...