Thank you Lyla Bugara over at The Color of Change for her report on how last week, Sonia Sotomayor stood in strong defense of racial equality. In a supplemental statement to a Supreme Court decision not to hear the case of Bongani Charles Calhoun, Justice Sotomayor explicitly condemned the sh
Oh Lord! Now Barney Frank is hating on Gov Deval Patrick, and is pulling out his Gay Card. I appreciate Barney Frank's liberal voting record while he was in Congress, but old Barney needs to get over himself. No Gay is NOT the "New Black" And I'm glad that Gov. Deval Patrick shut down that good
Great job Gov. Great Job!
I'm elated to hear that Governor Deval Patrick has picked a highly qualified Black Man, William “Mo” Cowan as his choice to serve as the interim US senator until the successor to John F. Kerry is chosen by the voters June 25.
As a former and long time resident of Massac
Blacks in Boston Organize against Saggy Pants as Behavioral Health Issue
Boston, Massachusetts - The Black Mental Health Alliance of Massachusetts (BMHAM) a Boston based mental health advocacy organization released an Anti-Saggy Pants video today, which is running on major television outlets in th
President Obama, Rev. Al Sharpton (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
AAP says: Well look at this. The elitist negro class of so called African-American leaders are calling for President Obama to create job programs that combat high black unemployment in African American communities. Yes, Rev. Al Sh
Great news from the legal word. A reported by the Afro.com, University of Maryland law professor Sherrilyn Ifill will assume the helm of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF) in January 2013, the organization announced Nov. 19.
Ifill, a graduate of the New York University School of Law, is a respecte
Well it appears that Mitt Romney and his advisors were nothing more than the ghost of Lee Atwater. Bsed on the most recent article in The Nation, Mitt Romney's campaign ended the same way Lee Atwater did —with the cancer a color aroused hatred (racism) eating away at their souls. I guess Lee Atwat
There is a great editorial and a number of great articles in the Washington Post that are spot on regarding Mitt Romney and the Republicans attempts to demonize President Obama. As E.J. Dionne noted in his Washington Post article, Republican assumptions that the conservative side would vote
President Obama was declared the winner of Florida’s 29 electoral votes today, ending a four-day count with a razor-thin margin that narrowly avoided an automatic recount that would have brought back memories of 2000. Obama had already clinched re-election and now has 332 electoral votes to Republ
Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr., D-Ill. (Charles Dharapak/AP Photo)
As reported by ABC News, Attorneys for the Justice Department and Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. are in talks about a possible deal regarding allegations of campaign finance violations, according to sources familiar with the inv
How the GOP’s War on Voting BackfiredThe Nation // Ari Berman
Since the 2010 election, Republicans passed new voting restrictions in more than a dozen states aimed at reducing the turnout of Barack Obama’s “coalition of the ascendant”—young voters, African-Americans and Hispanics.
Good bye former Rep. Allen West (R-Fla) glad to see yah go!
Yes, Allen West the Republican Army veteran who came to Congress two years ago in the conservative Tea Party wave, fell short Tuesday. Beaten by his Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy -- but West is not given up. Get this, as report
Conservative bloggers and GOP right wing NUTS are licking collective wounds today with blogs post like this: DOOM! | Read More » The Fall of the House of Romney, Read More » And HOW TO STOP LOSING, Read More »
AAP says: It's too bad Michelle Malkin and the other so-called conservatives don't get
AP Photo: Chris Carlson. IMAGE: President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Jill Biden at the election night party on Wednesday.
Our president kicked Mitt Romney's royal color aroused ass last night. Yes, Barack Obama beat Romney by winning more th
President Obama, seen earlier on
election day, has won the 2012 presidential election over Republican rival Mitt
Romney. (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press / November 6, 2012)
NBC News declared Obama the projected winner of Ohio and the election after polls had closed on the West Coast.