ABOUT Earl Ofari Hutchinson
May 20, 2013
The four alleged scandals faced by the administration don't pass the smell test for a public flogging of the president, argues Earl Ofari Hutchinson in a blog for EURWeb, because there is no clear evidence that he had any knowledge or hand in the missteps.
With a number of GOP House members and senators up for re-election in 2014 -- many in conservative strongholds -- Earl Ofari Hutchinson contends in a piece at his blog that the NRA is poised to use its considerable influence to water down a gun control bill.
Writing at his blog, Earl Ofari Hutchinson excoriates critics of same-sex marriage who hide behind the Bible, saying that scholars have written volumes debunking the passages because they're misinterpreted or taken out of context.
In a piece for the Huffington Post, Earl Ofari Hutchinson explores what he says is an unconvincing argument by the National Rifle Association.
In a piece for the Huffington Post, Earl Ofari Hutchinson explains the benefits and complications of such an approach, but ultimately he concludes that the ball is in Congress' court.
In the aftermath of President Obama's re-election, Republican pundits are trying to figure out what went wrong, and their conclusion? They believe -- incorrectly, according to Earl Ofari Hutchinson in the Huffington Post -- that the GOP candidates who lost weren't extreme enough.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson makes the case at the Huffington Post that President Obama has accomplished his task with skill, dignity and grace.
In a piece for the Huffington Post, Earl Ofari Hutchinson breaks down the racial backdrop to the GOP candidate's presidential race.
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.