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Katherine Archuleta, Obama Political Director: Latinos Have Arrived

For Katherine Archuleta, the road to the presidential campaign trail in 2012 started back in Denver, Colorado when she said her passion for Latinos,...

CPAC Illustrates the GOP Divide on Immigration

Immigration was a hot topic at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) yesterday, but there were clearly some divisions within the audience and the...

Evidence Based Data Shows a Tectonic Shift in Political Landscape

  I attended a meeting of political leaders recently and someone raised a point that struck me as insightful. The comment, “It’s sad to say...

Washington’s Political Gridlock: A Self-inflicted Wound

  For months there have been endless warnings of the economic, military, and societal decay that will take effect if obstructionists in Congress repeat their...

Cory Booker Represents More Than The Turning of the Tide

There were many uplifting moments last week for progressive whites, young people, women, and people of color. The week was filled with energetic political...

Cory Booker Leads Pallone, Sweeney for Lautenberg Seat

In a new poll released today by PowerPAC.org, New Jersey Democrats are expressing overwhelming support for Cory Booker as their next U.S. Senator over...

Voters of Color: Changing American Politics

Will Voters of Color Take Advantage of Their New Influence In Congress? There are certainly plenty of reasons for America to celebrate the beginning of...

Open Letter to Republican and Democratic Party

By Carlton Yearwood By now you undoubtedly have read, viewed, or engaged in lively debate about the fall of Governor Mitt Romney. If ever...

Fischer Says Stop Immigrants From the South, Bring In More Europeans

Bryan Fischer has been featured on CNN, NBC, CBS News, and the New York Times. But if you don’t recognize the name, don’t worry. You’re...

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...