Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Broadband Everything Panel Highlights Internet Impact on Seniors, STEM & Economic...

photo credit: Level Playing Field Institute The Rainbow PUSH Coalition held its annual Public Policy, Media & Telecom Symposium. This year’s event titled, “The Future...

Are Voters Masters of Hate … or Love?

Every politician becomes a little "Etch A Sketchy" when appealing to their base. And voters have the power to stop it.

Top 4 Ways Paul Ryan’s Budget Breaks Blacks and Latinos

While Ryan's Budget may not see much light of day, it will be a great rally cry for conservatives in 2012

Ending My Way or the Highway Politics

Wouldn't it be nice if Congress worked for the people rather than itself

Two Conflicting Stories on Race and a Utah DOT Firing

The Utah Department of Transportation has one less employee as of earlier this month. In the wake of Debra Charleston’s departure, more than a...

Ten Signs the Tea Party is Dead

When the Tea Party-fueled GOP took over the House by storm in January of 2010 there was high talk of huge change.  Exactly a...

Inception or Stalking? TPM’s Josh Marshall is Sweating Me

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery – of course the “They” are probably movie pirating, music stealing bootleggers … you get...

A Red Tails Review: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly...

It’s been a minute since there was a major “Obligatory” Black film coming out of Hollywood. The Obligatory Black Film, or OBF for short,...

CBC Will Kick Off Voter Protection Tour in March

Politic365 has learned that The Congressional Black Caucus will launch a multi-city "voter protection" tour that will kick-off the weekend of March 3rd near...

Robert Cornegy: The Next of Brooklyn’s Finest?

It was the folks at PolitickerNY who first broke the story that longtime New York state Assemblywoman Annette Robinson was about ready to call...