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June 18, 2013
The ex-president's willingness to speak out on Syria spells disaster for Obama in more ways than one.
You might find that attacks on his commencement speech -- a hit among graduates -- missed the mark.
Why his legacy will hinge on battles closer to home and would be hurt by another military morass.
The suspects were "losers" who shut down a city. What will we do when a larger threat looms?
During his Howard University speech, the senator failed to mention the GOP's racially divisive past.
Enormous wealth may inoculate some politicians against the bald-faced greed that has afflicted so many public officials, The Root's contributing editor Jack White writes at the New York Times. But they remain susceptible to a strong sense of entitlement that leaves them out of touch with ordinary voters.
A group raises millions to build a memorial to your dad, pays you well and now can't use his name?
The death of Virginia State Police Trooper Junius Walker shows why the NRA's position is misguided.
In a recent interview, the tone-deaf former governor proved that voters made the right choice in 2012.
The GOP entrusts its rebuttal to Obama's speech to a fresh face, but the same old ideas.
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December 15, 2009
Twice in the past few weeks I’ve been the subject of a surprise attack by a well-known black newspaper columnist. What did I do to deserve this?
This story on education in Wednesday's New York Times ought to scare the pants off all the nincompoops who believe we've arrived in post-racial America:I don't have an explanation for this seemingly unbridgeable divide.
Eight years on, the war in Afghanistan has become a loser. Instead of upping the ante by dispatching even more troops into this quagmire, Obama should pull them out immediately.
For eight long years, the law became whatever Bush and Cheney--especially Cheney--said it was. Under Attorney General Eric Holder, such disrespect for the law is not tolerated--even when the President himself would prefer to turn the page and move on.