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May 07, 2013
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page highlights the problems with relying on a race-classification system created in a different era.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page makes what he says he knows will be a controversial point about the institution: It's not a societal cure-all.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page says that All My Babies' Mamas -- the story of rapper Shawty Lo and his 11 children with 10 different women -- is just one example of new forms of slavery that we impose on ourselves.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page wonders whether the diverse coalition in support of legalization of the drug signals that "maybe we can all get along."
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page tackles the failed GOP presidential candidate's "gifts" comments, saying they echo his earlier remarks about "47 percent of Americans" who "don't pay taxes," and concludes that Romney is out of touch.
The Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page says that Republicans need to pay more attention to voters, as well as to the truth.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page addresses former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's recent Facebook smear of President Barack Obama, in which she alleges a cover-up regarding the attack in Libya.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page gives his take on "the chameleon's" recent performance.
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page says, "Hate-mongers and race-baiters have new media power, but the rest of us don't need to take the bait."
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.
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