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Raw Talk on Gingrich, Americans Elect, Bloomberg and NBA Lockout, 11.27.11

Politic365's Managing Editor Charles D. Ellison and Chief Political Correspondent Dr. Jason Johnson hold a late night, late post-holiday raw talk session. Topics: how well will...

YouGov: Gingrich on Top and Black Friday Bleakness

In the most recent YouGov poll released to Politic365 for examination, it’s Gingrich Week. We now see more evidence that former House Speaker Newt...

Why Newt Can Beat Obama in 2012

The personal flaws of Newt Gingrich are not enough to stop him from beating the flawed Obama administration in 2012 general election match-up.   It is...

Poverty and Asset Building During Recession

by Pamela Chan, New America Foundation Every cloud has a silver lining. In the case of the Great Recession, that silver lining is an increased...

McAllister’s Remix, 11.27.11

Politic365's Lenny McAllister in a late holiday remix riffs on: Romney's  consistency; Gingrich's return; Perry's money burn; the rest of the GOP primary electorate...

Study Examines Black/Latino Role in 2012 Elections

Examining the role Black, Latinos and other key voting groups will play in the 2012 election, the Center for American Progress recently released a...

Joint Center Launches Institute on Civic Engagement

Despite tremendous social, political and economic progress made in the Black community over the past 50 years, the wide economic, educational, and political participation...

Andrew Sullivan’s Very White (and Racist) Burden

I was minding my own business on Twitter yesterday when I saw a tweet from one of my favorite political writers and fellow Wahoo...

POINT: Cain’s Not Dumb … He’s Just Smarter Than Most of...

So, it’s no secret that Herman Cain has experienced a jaw-dropping dip in the polls - and not because of the competition. We’re all...

Having My Rachel Maddow Moment

While most people spend their Thanksgiving Holiday driving to one of the major anchor cities in America to visit family (New York, Chicago, Atlanta,...