ABOUT Earl Ofari Hutchinson
February 07, 2013
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.
It was more than fitting that President Obama's second inauguration fell on the national day of celebration for Martin Luther King Jr., Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes at his blog. After all, Obama knows that King is a big reason for his political success.
At his blog, Earl Ofari Hutchinson distills the challenges that lie ahead for the Tea Party in the face of the resignation of Jim DeMint from the Senate so close on the heels of Dick Armey's departure from a Tea Party group.
In a blog entry at the Huffington Post, Earl Ofari Hutchinson takes a contrarian view of the vice president's so-called gaffes, calling them well-scripted messages designed to convey the president's politically advantageous policy stances.
Uninsured blacks and Latinos are likely to face devastating repercussions if the reform law is overturned, says Earl Ofari Hutchinson.
EURweb blogger Earl Ofari Hutchinson tackles the new ploy among ultraconservatives, which is to claim that the president is doing nothing to help white workers. He calls it a horrible example of race-baiting.
Blogging at EURweb, Earl Oari Hutchinson defends President Obama's reversal of a decision to lend his support to a super PAC run by a former aide. He says that Obama had no choice because super PACS are flooding Republican candidates' campaigns with millions of dollars.
GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney is the only challenger who can make the race competitive, if not an actual horse race, writes Earl Ofari Hutchinson at EURweb.
Because he won't drop out, Herman Cain will force the GOP to close down his embarrassing sideshow, Earl Ofari Hutchinson writes in an entry at his blog.