My Brother's Keeper
President Obama’s recently-announced, “My Brother’s Keeper,” initiative to specifically address the problems affecting black males in the U.S. is sweet music to the ears of many in the African American community, but it could be too little too late for some prominent black critics who say Obama has failed to aid the black community during his years in office.
Obama Tax Plan Infographic
09.18.2012
The White House created an infograhpic illustrating the difference between Obama and Romney’s tax policy. Romney plans to decrease income taxes across the board. On the other hand, Obama plans to keep taxes for all except the last two brackets.
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Christopher Jordan Tyson Associate Professor
02.12.2015
Christopher Jordan Tyson is the Newman Trowbridge Distinguished Associate Professor of Law at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. He is also running to be Louisiana’s next Secretary of State.
Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Councilman
02.03.2015
Many would say that Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall was destined for leadership. The son of civil rights veterans Leon and Evelyn Hall, this former president of the Benjamin E.
Romnesia The final debate
Romnesia [Rom-nee-zhuh]is the latest condition for Romney’s consistent inconsistent talking points during debate month.
Obama and Romney Debate in Colorado
The first of the series of four presidential debates start on Wednesday, October 3rd. There are debates each week this month, and focus on different topics. This week the candidates will discuss domestic policy. Economic recovery plans, jobs, and taxes will dominate the conversation.
Run DNC
As the 2012 Republican and Democratic National Conventions get filed into the history books, the machine gun fire drum line of Alicia Keys' a “New Day” provides the soundtrack to this writing.
2008 DNC Democratic National Convention
The 2012 Democratic National Convention officially begins Tuesday, September 4th in Charlotte, North Carolina. Clint Eastwood’s invisible Obama is a hard act follow.