ABOUT Roland S. Martin
January 28, 2013
If Republicans want to understand how to successfully win minority voters, it would help, for example, if members attended events frequented by black and female voters, among other things, Roland Martin writes at his eponymous blog.
Writing for CNN.com, political commentator and columnist Roland S. Martin says that, just as Emmett Till's open casket did for civil rights more than half a century ago, a photo of the actual Newtown crime scene would drive home the gun control message.
Roland S. Martin argues in a piece at CNN that J.C. Watts is just the voice the GOP needs to overhaul its image as a party geared toward white Americans, saying he could help open those all-important lines of communication with minority voters.
CNN contributor Roland Martin argues that Florida legislators are at it again, making it difficult for residents to vote.
At his eponymous blog, Roland S. Martin discusses his meeting with GLAAD -- during which he apologized again for his Super Bowl Sunday tweets that many considered homophobic -- and how, in any dispute, dialogue around the "table of brotherhood" works better than a retreat into opposite corners.
In a blog entry, CNN analyst Roland S. Martin asks whether the gaffe-prone GOP presidential candidate is prepared to handle the fast pace of the White House.
In a CNN blog entry, Roland S. Martin rebukes Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain for not understanding why blacks vote overwhelmingly Democratic.
In his blog, CNN analyst Roland S. Martin asks when "no-drama Obama" will exert some presidential muscle.
In his blog, Roland S. Martin urges Barack Obama to use old-school community-organizer tacks to fight House Speaker John Boehner in the latest spat.
CNN political analyst Roland S. Martin, in his blog, challenges naysayers to stop whining about President Obama's vacation.
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