David Love: People of color and other minorities need membership in the Tea Party like they needed membership in the White Citizens’ Council during Jim Crow. And the notion of Tea Party diversity is just as implausible.
I can’t say I was “disappointed” in the jobs summit, because I didn’t expect it to be more than window dressing, but every day I wake up with the hope that President Obama will read one of the articles by people like Paul Krugman or Bob Herbert in the NY Times and a light will finally click on in that sharp brain of his.
Every Friday the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment submitted by Roman commenting on Charley James’ “Why TV Is the Pits.” Here’s Roman’s comment: Another thing that I believe contributes to the decline of network television and I’m not speaking of cable here is the […]
started to laugh when I heard that Michael Steele was selected as the first African American to chair the Republican National Committee. I don’t think much of the “new” Republican Party, but then again, that doesn’t prevent me from writing about it. But don’t get me wrong, I think that the former Maryland lieutenant governor […]