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South Carolina's Primary and the Last Minute Push for the Black Vote

by Richard Fowler

One of the most important things to remember about the 2016 election is that the Black vote is not beholden to one party or another. Black voters… Read More

2016’s Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad, No-Good Presidential Election

2016’s Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad, No-Good Presidential Election

by Jamilah Lemieux

There are 262 days left until the 2016 Presidential Election, or as I like to say, Americans have nearly nine months left to serve on our sentence… Read More

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Civil rights leader John Lewis softened his dismissal of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ work in the 1960s on behalf of racial… Read More

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by #teamEBONY

Civil rights leader John Lewis on Thursday dismissed Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' 1960s work on racial equality… Read More

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What Do Presidential Candidates Have to Say about the Flint Water Crisis?

by Bankole Thompson

The Democrats seem to be demanding more answers in the Flint water crisis than Republicans. The two Democratic presidential contenders, former Secretary… Read More

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by #teamEBONY

Singer Alicia Keys may have what it takes to win the hearts and minds of Republicans in a way that Democrats have been failing to do for years. In… Read More

Ben Carson Keeps Grip on Campaign, Despite Poor Iowa Show

Ben Carson Keeps Grip on Campaign, Despite Poor Iowa Show

by Wendy L. Wilson

In case you didn’t realize it, Republican candidate Dr. Ben Carson is still very much in the presidential race. Even after a disappointing… Read More

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by #teamEBONY

President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to correct what he called a "hugely distorted impression" of Muslim-Americans as he made his first… Read More

Iowa, the Primary Season and the Political Learning Curve

Iowa, the Primary Season and the Political Learning Curve

by Richard Fowler

The opening contest of the 2016 Presidential election delivered a remarkable victory to far-right conservative Senator Ted Cruz, some humility to… Read More

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Dem Candidates Make it Plain at Pre-Iowa Caucus Town Hall

by Richard Fowler

With Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders campaign heating up, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton campaign perhaps reaching a plateau, and Maryland… Read More

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