by Earl Ofari Hutchinson onSeptember 6, 2012
In a piece for the Huffington Post, Earl Ofari Hutchinson breaks down the racial backdrop to the GOP candidate's presidential race.
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 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 Jenée Desmond-Harris onSeptember 1, 2012
"We thought it was absolutely deplorable," a Romney adviser said.
by Clarence Page onAugust 30, 2012
The Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page says the Republican presidential hopeful shouldn't joke about birth certificates or anything else, because he's simply not good at it.
by Kellee Terrell onAugust 24, 2012
In a piece at BET, Kellee Terrell says that Paul Ryan's vision for health care would be disastrous for blacks and Latinos, in part because of the billions in cuts he has proposed to programs like Medicare.
by Jamelle Bouie onAugust 23, 2012
In a blog entry at the American Prospect, Jamelle Bouie checks in on a poll that asked respondents about two Mitt Romney controversies: his record with Bain Capital and his tax returns. While neither result was good, the ongoing fight over his taxes has done more damage.
by Lynette Holloway onAugust 22, 2012
The presumptive GOP presidential nominee is not winning when it comes to scoring the black vote, according to a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll.
by Michael Arceneaux onAugust 22, 2012
In a piece at Ebony, Michael Arceneaux calls Mitt Romney the great projector for trying to pawn off his political shortcomings onto the president by accusing him of making "wild and reckless accusations that disgrace the office of the presidency."
by Edward Wyckoff Williams onAugust 21, 2012
As Obama is criticized over government aid for the poor, the rich continue to benefit from handouts.
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