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Running Away From Black and Hispanic Voters Will Soon Be Impossible

Yesterday, Democrats slammed New Jersey Chris Christie’s decision to hold a special election in October to fill the seat of Sen. Frank Lautenberg who...

Election 2013: Next Boston Mayor May Be Black or Hispanic

Recently America experienced a tragedy which tested the spirit of the entire nation, especially one of our most historic cities--Boston. This is indeed a...

2014 Will Be Next Big Moment for America’s Rising Electorate

The Latino community came out in extraordinary numbers for the “Comprehensive Immigration Reform March.” It was also remarkable to see so many progressive whites...

Hit With The Sequester, Young Voters of Color May Do It...

Young voters played a significant role in Obama’s 2012 victory, helping him sweep all four battleground states—Florida, Ohio, Virginia and Nevada---with 60% of the...

CASEnergy Co-Chair Elaborates on Latest White Paper

Just a day after the Clean and Safe Energy (CASEnergy) Coalition released its latest white paper titled, “Balancing Long-Term Energy Planning with Near-Term Energy...

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...

NJ Senator Frank Lautenberg to Retire

Senator Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey, who is currently the oldest member of the Senate at age 89, has announced today that he will...

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...

Radio: Frankenstorm’s Nemesis

Radio has long been our friendly sentinel during these types of storms and the comfort we have all felt when the lights were out.