Yes, computer glitches have affected the rollout of Obamacare, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at his blog, the Hutchinson Report News, but the relevance of these problems in the big picture has been "wildly overblown."
The famed neurosurgeon's "shoot from the lip, crackpot quips, digs and insults at women, blacks, Democrats and especially President Obama are fast becoming the stuff of legend," Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at the Huffington Post.
Writing at his Hutchinson Report News, Earl Ofari Hutchinson says that the Republican Party's debt-ceiling debate cannot be separated from its "never-ending hunt for any issue that can taint, embarrass and ultimately weaken the Obama presidency."
Writing at his Hutchinson Report News blog, Earl Ofari Hutchinson says that the House GOP's efforts to block Obamacare, which will help minorities, are emblematic of the party's extensive race problems.
The 16th Street Baptist Church bombing 50 years ago in Birmingham, Ala., was among scores of racist terror attacks against blacks that should never be forgotten, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes in a piece at the Huffington Post.
In a makeover that only serves as a challenge to the Obama administration's position on Syria, usually hawkish members of the Republican Party have aligned themselves with Democrat doves, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at his Hutchinson Report News.
Writing at his blog, the Hutchinson Report News, Earl Ofari Hutchinson examines the GOP's budget sparring match with Barack Obama, saying Republicans leaders have once again resorted to fear-mongering and empty rhetoric.
Although the GOP majority in the Senate recently passed its version of an immigration-reform bill, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at the Huffington Post that it may not do much to raise the party's popularity within the Hispanic community.
As George Zimmerman's trial kicks off on Monday, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at the Huffington Post that based on census records, the jury pool will likely consist largely of older, white Republicans.
The four alleged scandals faced by the administration don't pass the smell test for a public flogging of the president, argues Earl Ofari Hutchinson in a blog for EURWeb, because there is no clear evidence that he had any knowledge or hand in the missteps.
With a number of GOP House members and senators up for re-election in 2014 -- many in conservative strongholds -- Earl Ofari Hutchinson contends in a piece at his blog that the NRA is poised to use its considerable influence to water down a gun control bill.
Writing at his blog, Earl Ofari Hutchinson excoriates critics of same-sex marriage who hide behind the Bible, saying that scholars have written volumes debunking the passages because they're misinterpreted or taken out of context.
In a post at his website, Earl Ofari Hutchinson weighs in on the debate over whether President Obama should attend the funeral of the 15-year-old Chicago girl who was gunned down a week after she performed during the inauguration.