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Politics and religion take divergent paths to fiscal cliff

Congress went down to the wire before crafting and passing legislation that prevented the American economy from another potential disaster in going over the so-called fiscal cliff. ...

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Does our recession today mark the milestone of our great depression for unemployment in our past as for African America?

Does our recession today mark the milestone of our great depression for unemployment in our past as for African America? ...

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Death penalty and its execution do not seem to worry too much to the political leaders censored by this practice ...

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Pigs do fly

“When pigs fly” is a figure of speech often used to describe something that seems impossible to achieve. Justice and Witness Ministries claimed this phrase for years as a way to encourage and challenge all of us to work for justice even if it seems impossible to realize at the moment. ...

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The massive human and moral cost of gun violence

The heartrending massacre of 20, six- and seven-year-old children and six educators in Newtown, Conn. has galvanized public attention once again after a mass shooting. But the killing of children by gun violence is not new ...

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NRA maintains stranglehold on Congress

(NRA) expressed confidence that new gun legislation will stall in Congress. ...

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NC NAACP Statement on Pardon of Wilmington Ten

Today the spirit of justice was awakened in the capitol of North Carolina. Governor Beverly Perdue signed a Pardon of Innocence for nine men and one woman known as ‘The Wilmington 10. ...

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Vantage Point

State of Emergency in Black America: Time to Heal Black Families and Communities. ...

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Saying you’re Black doesn’t make it so!

In a post last year about white folk who claim to be Blacker than Black folk, I mentioned that disgraced ...

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