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Republicans’ venom aimed at President Obama

Republicans in Congress want to defund Obamacare as part of the budget that must be passed and say they are willing to let government close to meet their goal ...

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Will Republicans shut down the Federal Government in 2013?

The clock is ticking toward a government shutdown, and it will hurt millions of Americans, if it continues for any length of time. ...

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Double standard even among pro-homosexual groups

[caption id="attachment_12497" align="alignleft" width="144"] Raynard Jackson[/caption] Double standard even among pro-homosexual groups By Raynard Jackson NNPA Columnist William Thomas and Bruce Harris are two very successful judges who most people don’t know. Thomas is from Miami and Harris is from Chatham Borough, N.J. Both were nominated for judgeships and both were defeated. Both are Black. Both are ho ...

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Knowing better, but not doing better

We have knowledge but fail to act appropriately with the knowledge we have and, therefore, end up paying dearly for not doing better even though we know better. ...

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The gutter politics of Virginia’s E. W. Jackson

Following the campaign trail of E.W. Jackson, the evangelical minister who’s the Republican Party candidate for lieutenant governor of Virginia ...

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Black and Latino wealth drops to record lows

The report examines how African Americans and Latinos have been cut off from the housing market and home finance in addition to employment opportunities. ...

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“Not much like us”

This generation of our children is completely unlike any generation that has come before ...

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Can President Obama improve income inequality in America?

in reality income inequality for all Americans has gotten worst in 2013 ...

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Selling out Black college football to make a buck

Selling out Black college football to make a buck ...

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Let us recommit to the HBCU mission of St. Paul’s College

The recent recession hit Saint Paul’s especially hard. Like many HBCUs, the college lacked a wealthy donor base or strong endowment that could help it weather the financial storm ...

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