Kesha Rogers is not the type of candidate the Democrats’ progressive, pro-Obama constituency would want if they read the fine print.
Paula Deen: I suppose everyone is capable of redemption, and Paula Deen has a new chance to come up with some new recipes.
Obamacare Success — The GOP had a vested interest in the failure of the President’s ambitious initiative.
David A. Love: There continue to be certain inconvenient problems in America one of which is the American legacy of racial violence
Jahi McMath has resurrected the debate over end of life issues, the circumstances under which patients should be removed from life support.
Mia Love — It is expected that this black woman would counter the narrative of the Republican Party as a whites-only club.
Nelson Mandela America — In many ways, Mandela helped bridge the gap between Africa and African-Americans.
David Love: During times of strife, conflict and violence, we turn to the Delbert Tibbses of our world to lead us down a path towards justice and righteousness. They know that winning the war we are fighting will not come through guns or drones, but rather with the forcefulness of our ideas, and the strength of our convictions.
David Love: Black people are more prone to believing conspiracies surrounding Kennedy because they have been the victims of real-life conspiracy theories that turned out to be true.
David Love: Official misconduct is most common in homicide cases (58 percent on the wrongful convictions) and nonviolent crimes (55 percent).
David Love: The wide racial disparity between Twitter executives and Twitter users suggests the corporate leadership is unable to relate to a large segment of its own customers, putting the company itself at a strategic disadvantage.
David Love: The blocking of Rep. Watt speaks volumes about Republican opposition to President Obama.
David Love: Over the years in American politics, the Southern Strategy has continued in the form of the black boogeyman, the scapegoat, the “other”—a personification of conservative white resentment over the gains African-Americans made in the civil rights movement.