A Helleva of a Choice (but I’ma Have to Support My President)

Anthony Samad

Anthony Samad: As ugly as it is out there for some Democrats, one in particular-in California-y’all know who I’m talking about, I’m going to have to trust the President on this election.

Romney Tells Ailing GOP Not To Change ‘Principles’ On Immigration

Mitt Romney

After hedging his bets and unsuccessfully campaigning for the GOP presidential bid on an anti-immigration platform, Mitt Romney announced this past weekend that the Republican Party should not change its principles on immigration. During the 2007-2008 election cycle, Romney was said to have been taking cues from anti-immigration zealot, Pat Buchanan, who warned Republicans that […]

Breaking LA’s Auto Dependency

streetcar

The Greater Los Angeles area has long been plagued by a thought that individual neighborhoods don’t add up to a whole. And the good of that whole (the Greater Los Angeles area) is the largest micro situation in the macro dependency on foreign oil there is. With the dependency on cars that Los Angeles has […]

Now It’s Inglewood’s Turn to Have a Federal Police Department Watch Dog

jacqueline-seabrooks

Sometimes it takes an event (or two) to make plain a reality that nobody wants to talk about. Pervasive police abuse and police misconduct are usually activities nobody wants to acknowledge and nobody wants to admit to. Police have a way of trying to convince you that everything they do is legal, even when it […]

Color of Law: Breaking Down the Far Right’s Attacks on Michelle Obama

David A. Love

Are the spouses of the presidential candidates fair game? Republican presidential candidate John McCain – as well as McCain surrogates at Fox News and elsewhere – seems to think they are open for attack, particularly when they are Black. The Far Right decided to wage warfare against Michelle Obama after she stated in a Feb. […]

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