By Adrienne T. Washington Contributing Writer (Special from The Afro and New America Media) – Preeminent Harvard Law Professor Charles Ogletree, said the Supreme Court’s
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By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Mere hours after the Snowden revelations about the NSA/CIA emails broke on Monday, June 13, the newest U.S. Senate candidate taking on Mary Landrieu in 2014, Rob ... Legis session ends in budget compromise
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By Anthony Advincula Contributing Writer NEW YORK (Special from New America Media) — Darrell Gooden wanted to vote in the historic 2008 election, but he couldn’t because he was released from prison ... State GOP chairman calls for resignation of Dem. chairwoman
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Between the chairmen of the Louisiana Republican and Democratic Parties, the relationship throughout recent decades has been one of personal friendship, strange as that might sound. ... The alliance between warmongers and the press
By A. Peter Bailey TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist Once again the American press, which loves to loudly and consistently boast of being the best and freest press in the whole wide world, is allowing ... Landrieu’s gun votes improve her 2014 polls
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Political pundits were stumped by Sen. Mary Landrieu’s decision to vote against bans on assault weapons but for expanded background checks in the recent post-Newtown gun bill. ... Conference called @large seeks Black votes for GOP?
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer The Party of Lincoln has fallen to such a weakened state amongst African Americans that in many inner city precincts in 2012, from Cleveland to New ... Former ADA files lawsuit against New Orleans DA’s office
By April Siese Contributing Writer The Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office is facing a lawsuit after allegations of racial discrimination from a former member of its staff, who says minority employees face ...
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