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We Commemorate Selma With Much Work to be Done

My father took me and my brothers with him to the polls when he voted for Barack Obama during his first campaign.  We were...

Barack Obama is Both America’s Lawyer and his Conscience

By Peterson Prime Ever since it became apparent that he was going to occupy the oval office, Barack Obama’s opponents or critics have leveled charges...

The Era of Commerce and Content Calls for a Communications Act...

In 1996, people pronounced the word “content” with emphasis on the first syllable.  When the word showed up anywhere close to the word “telephone”...

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry apologizes for segment on Romney grandson

On Sunday, the Melissa Harris-Perry show did a segment called "Caption That" showing pictures and asking the panel to write a caption for the...

Reps. Paul Ryan and Luis Gutierrez Team Up on Immigration Reform

They say that politics makes strange bedfellows, and in the House of Representatives, Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin), who was on the Vice Presidential slot...

RNC Re-Elects Reince Priebus, More White People Mourn

Republicans and Democrats alike finally agree on one thing: Why on earth was this guy re-elected?

GOP Still Up In the Air In Regards to Obamacare

Obamacare, Obamacare, Obamacare! For the past two years, the Affordable Care Act has been associated with President Obama’s persistence to change healthcare and the...

Mitt Romney, Karl Rove and Understanding Why Republicans Lost

In the immortal words of Ronald Reagan, “W-e-l-l, there you go again.” Post-election, the Republicans just can’t seem to get their act together. They...

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...

How the Republicans Can Overcome Their “Latino Problem”

By Samantha Wyatt The GOP has been hard hit with a painful but unsurprising reality in the wake of the November 6th election: Latinos have...