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For many people, being a Black Republican puts them outside the mainstream of Black political thought. Because of the policies of the national Republican Party, it is thought that Black Republican are sellouts and enemies towards the social progress of Blacks in America.  But the fact of the matter is that Blacks are a diverse…

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Hillary Clinton recently announced that she will run for president of the United States, no big surprise to many people. However, no politician actively campaigns to be vice president. The question now becomes if she succeeds in getting the Democratic nomination, who will she choose as running mate? Here are five Black politicians who would make good…

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Former U.S. Secretary of State and retired U.S. Army General Colin Powell, 76, has been outed by a computer hacker, Guccifer, of having an affair with Romanian diplomat Corina Cretu, the spokeswoman for then president of Romania. He and Alma have been married for 50 years. Powell denies the allegation and says his AOL email messages…

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Few stars know what it feels like to become the target of an entire nation better than Stacey Dash, who seemingly became public enemy No. 1 in the black community once she publicly endorsed former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  And though the election is over and President Barack Obama beat out Romney for the presidency,…

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Stacey Dash conjured up a maelstrom of controversy earlier this month, when she publicly endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Since then, things have cooled down a bit for Dash, but fellow actress Vivica A. Fox recently decided to kick up the dust when she slammed Dash for her Republican endorsement. During a recent interview…

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When it comes to black soldiers and blacks in the military, Dr. Martin Luther King may have said it best, “We all have a responsibility to the country we call home.” In a time when politicians  are referred to as “politricksters’ and most of the country is suspicious  of government, Memorial Day allows Americans an…

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Apparently content with his job as America’s leading white conservative race baiter, Rush Limbaugh offered his unsolicited opinion about why former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell cast his vote for Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election. Powell recently mentioned that he wasn’t sure if he would vote for President Obama again, prompting Limbaugh…

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