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Ready for Hillary Seeks to Galvanize Black Support

She may be the democratic front-runner in 2016 presidential politics, but Hillary Clinton has yet to officially declare her intention to again pursue the...

The False Promise of Municipal Broadband

This op-ed on the dangers of government owned broadband networks, by Senator Catherine Pugh, president of the National Caucus of Black State Legislators, originally...

White House Clarifies Position on Puerto Rico Status Vote

The Puerto Rico Status Referendum received some important attention earlier this month, when the White House made not one, but two statements on the...

Puerto Rico and the Democratic National Convention

With the Republican National Convention (RNC) wrapped up, balloons and invisible presidents among them, the Democratic Party takes its turn at their convention, hosted...

President Obama vs. Mitt Romney: Who’s in First? Who’s in Worse?

The latest unemployment numbers say that President Obama is in trouble in November. The latest poll numbers indicate otherwise. That leads to the question:...

Democracy, Hypocrisy and a Broken Project Glass

The conclusion about both parties? There is hypocrisy in the democracy of the United States

Lisa Howze Is Pressed to Be Detroit’s Next Mayor

State Rep. Lisa Howze just can't wait to be Mayor of a city in crisis

Mississippi’s Black Leadership Absent on Voter ID

The long battle by the political right to place a burden on the voting rights of Blacks in Mississippi passed by a significant margin as a ballot initiative in the November 8, 2011 statewide elections. It is such a shame that bigotry prevails when men of good will do nothing!

D.C. Council Takes a Hard Look at Ethics … and Itself

Change is coming to the District of Columbia. Well … maybe.  That’s if efforts to address the long history of ethics violations in local...

Eric Holder: The Only Steadfast Attorney General in Recent History

Calls for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder by Congressional Republicans and the National Rifle Association bring back memories of the numerous resignations during the period immediately pre-President Barack Obama and the failure of Congress to renew the assault weapons ban in 1994.