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March 08, 2012
ColorLines editor Kai Wright checks in on what was supposed to create another Jeremiah Wright furor for President Barack Obama but resulted in a whimper for the late right-wing agitator instead.
The foreclosure settlement signed by five of the country's biggest banks lets them off the hook for catapulting the nation into an economic crisis, according to ColorLines editor Kai Wright. He says it's time for Wall Street to stop passing the buck.
The New York City borough illustrates how yesterday's economic and political choices helped create the problem of intractable poverty, ColorLines editor Kai Wright writes in a blog entry.
The president has been successful at shifting the debate in Washington from deficit reduction to job creation, blogs Kai Wright at ColorLines. So what's next?
The crushing recession and the economic inequities that caused it are lost in fights between protesters and the police, writes ColorLines editor Kai Wright.
ColorLines editor Kai Wright takes umbrage at the president's remarks that blacks are sitting around in "bedroom slippers" and "complaining."
It's time for politicians to pay as much attention to homeowners and workers as they do Wall Street, blogs ColorLines editor Kai Wright.
ColorLines editor Kai Wright challenges politicians and the media to move past the horserace updates of stock trades and political campaigns and get real about covering the recession.
ColorLines editor Kai Wright writes in his blog that the CDC's recent report about the increase in HIV infections among men who have sex with men is alarming but not unexpected.
What a difference an election makes. In 2008, Obama slammed John McCain for proposing a spending freeze to fix our ailing economy. Now, in 2010, on the eve of his State of the Union address, he’s proposing the same. This can’t be good.
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January 13, 2010
Robertson says Haiti got what it deserved. Rush thinks we shouldn't be helping save lives. Never mind politics, these guys are repulsive.
We gotta call a hypocrite a hypocrite. I’m tired of gay relationships being the only ones on public trial.
MoveOn's hilarious parody is so accurate it'll make you cry. But how long before Obama makes real enemies out of his progressive friends?
Let Lieberman spend days of wall-to-wall filibuster coverage crystalizing this battle for America. Maybe then reformers could negotiate from a place of strength.
Barack Obama has lost control of his party. Which may be just what America needs right now.
The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. is throwing a fit over gay civil rights--and who gives a crap? Not likely Chocolate City's political leadership.
As House gears up to make sure no bank is "too big to fail," a real taxpayers' revolt unfolds at the banking lobby's Chicago convention.
The Senate has finally passed its anti-gay hate crime bill--the nation's first LGBT civil rights law. It'll do little to address anti-gay hate.
If we are limited to an endless debate over whether tea partiers have racist hearts, then we miss the bigger question of whether they seek to build a racist society.
The silly gotcha video two white kids made about ACORN says less about the organization than it does about the right's dark fantasies of poor (black) people.