by Imara Jones onSeptember 14, 2012
The GOP nominee's proposal would be twice as bad as Paul Ryan's for people of color and for the country, Imara Jones writes at Colorlines.
September 14, 2012
Was this week's launch of a conservative anti-poverty initiative an exercise in victim blaming?
by Zerlina Maxwell onSeptember 14, 2012
Zerlina Maxwell, blogging at the New York Daily News, says that the GOP candidate may be missing the required "sensitivity chip."
by Deborah Plummer onSeptember 13, 2012
At the Huffington Post, Deborah Plummer explains why, although her real-life political debates are productive, the ones that take place on the social networking site bring her down.
by Eugene Robinson onSeptember 12, 2012
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says that Romney's pandering is nothing new, but health care is no ordinary issue.
by Eugene Robinson onSeptember 8, 2012
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says that the message for Democrats is decidedly hopeful this year.
by Clarence Page onSeptember 5, 2012
The Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page, who admits that both major political parties "shade the truth," says the Romney campaign has been especially guilty of the practice this election season.
by Jonathan Capehart onSeptember 4, 2012
August has been a challenging month for President Obama since 2009, writes Jonathan Capehart in a blog entry at the Washington Post. But maybe things are starting to turn around.
by Earl Ofari Hutchinson onSeptember 2, 2012
The justices Mitt Romney will chose if elected president will not be protective of civil rights, civil liberties or fairness, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at the Huffington Post.
by Melissa Harris-Perry onAugust 24, 2012
MSNBC political commentator Melissa Harris-Perry, in a piece at the Nation, tackles GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's record on women's reproductive rights, determining that he has worked consistently to restrict women's access to health care.
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