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What Ann Coulter is Really Trying to Tell You

Even if this is true (I assume Coulter has data to support her assertions), since when does a black and brown problem cease being an American problem? Would anyone ever

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Even a Broke Watch…

…is right twice a day.  Glenn Beck had this to say about Obama’s appeal to black voters:   Even though Beck is right in assessing the problem of pandering politicians

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Jobs Act…. Absent From Black Media

So, since black media is too busy discussing Beyonce to zero in on it, I offer a few thoughts of my own. A snippet: The Jobs (Jumpstart Our Business Startups)

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A Few Thoughts on the Humanity of Limbaugh…

The pain we all feel over Trayvon Martin’s murder isn’t real, according to Rush Limbaugh. Just like the outrage women felt when faced with the real possibility of paying out of

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Sharpton & Co.

My thoughts on the Cornel West vs. Melissa Harris-Perris debacle, and what Rev. Al Sharpton jumping into the fray means to black intellectualism is up at Yourblackworld. As always, a

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Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ron Paul and…. Farrakhan?

From Ta-Nehisi Coates:  To those who dimly perceived something wrong, something that could not be put on a placard, or could not move the party machine, men such as this become something

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readers wanted…

Few things annoy me more than asking an acquaintance if they read the most recent column by a journalist we both enjoy, only to hear them answer “I stopped reading

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soledad o’brien responds

There are always two sides to every story. Kudos to CNN’s Soledad O’brien for sharing hers: As the conversation heated up, Arrington wrote a blog post — titled “Oh sh*t,

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on al sharpton’s Politics Nation…

As most of you already know, I’m no fan of Al Sharpton. Yet, I have tried, from time to time, watching  Politics Nation. If it were not for the similarities

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fashion vs. freedom; brown blogger oliver willis mocks “occupy wall st” protesters for not dressing better

Much has been said about the difficulties of mounting a serious progressive movement in America. This point was best argued by Corey Robin in his blog post “If Everybody’s Working

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