By Christopher Tidmore Continuing Writer The re-election victory of President Barack Obama settled the argument as the potential repeal of the Health Care Reform—the Affordable
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer How did 200,000 more African-American voters in Ohio turnout to the polls in 2012 than 2008? How did President Barack
By Zenitha Prince Contributing Writer TriceEdneyWire.com — Exclusive polling by the NAACP on election eve examined the role of Black voters in the 2012 presidential election and offered a glimpse into the ... Badon versus Gray in District E
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer On December 8, 2012, veteran politicos Austin Badon and James Gray will meet in a runoff to decide who will succeed the resigned Jon Johnson. In ... Black candidates ride Obama wave in La.
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Election 2012 showed that the Democratic Party is alive and well nationwide but still anemic in Louisiana. At least for Caucasians. ... Obama’s media coverage half as positive as 2008
By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist Barack Obama campaigned for president four years ago on a theme of change. Now, four years later, he has seen change in the way the media ... Obama’s win: A tipping point in history
By Lawrence D. Bobo Contributing Writer (Special from The Root and New America Media) – For a year I have been telling people that the 2012 presidential contest is far more important ... The future is now
By Tonyaa Weathersbee Guest Columnist The future arrived early last week. Thirty years early, to be exact. It blew in just in time to send Barack Obama, the nation’s ... The Hard Truth
If I had the time… By Min. J. Kojo Livingston Contributing Writer I’m tempted. Really, really tempted. Tempted to work to make it count for something, the recent election, that is. ... Yeah, Obama did ‘dat’!
By Edmund W. Lewis The Louisiana Weekly Editor He said he would do it and he did it not once, but twice. While some doubted that they would live long enough to ...
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