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L.A. City Council’s First Black President Speaks

Politic365 was able to speak with Los Angeles Councilman Herb Wesson, who was recently elected by his peers as President of the Council. Wesson is...

Are Republicans Shrinking Government Because It’s too Black?

by Marvin King While the stock market cheers today’s news that the Federal Reserve is coordinating action with several central banks in Europe and Canada,...

CBC Shake-Up: Nina Turner Challenges Marcia Fudge in OH

It was all supposed to be so simple for Ohio Democrats heading into the 2012 presidential election. Fresh off the defeat of anti-collective bargaining...

A Reply to Herman Cain, Conservatism and the Black Vote

No one really digs into why the conservative-leaning Black voter continues to line up staunching behind liberally-tilted Democrats without a glance towards the GOP....

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.

Democrats Should Ditch Tax-the-Rich Rhetoric

While we have finally dashed the nonsense about Bill Clinton being the first Black president (well, with the exception of some on the Cain...

Arpaio’s Endorsement is No Win for Perry

This week, Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry won the endorsement of America's (self-proclaimed) "toughest sheriff," Joe Arpaio.  While Arpaio's support might help Perry shore...

Will Unemployment Benefits Be Extended?

The failure of the Super Committee last week has tripped a deadline for unemployment benefits. The benefits are set to expire in 32 days...

We ARE Playing Basketball: Players and Owners Agree to New CBA

Finally. After several stops and starts, ultimatums and lawsuits, the NBA owners, players, and - of course - the attorneys, agreed to a new collective...

Cuba’s New Dark Brew

By Marce Gutierrez There’s a dark liquid of Cuban extraction keeping the island’s diaspora up at night lately, and it’s not Little Havana’s famous cortaditos. It’s...