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Former President Barack Obama ended his self-imposed moratorium from public political pronouncements on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, when he officially endorsed his former vice president, Joe Biden.  Biden, 77, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, emerged victorious when his last and most formidable party foe, Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vermont, dropped out of the race after…

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Now that Democratic presidesntial front-runner Joe Biden finally has carved out some space between himself and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the former vice president can exhale deeply. The significant delegate lead he has over his rival has seemingly fortified the 77-year-old sufficiently enough to make audacious declarations as he did during the televised Democratic presidential…

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Kamala Harris is facing issues related to her ethnicity. Harris made headlines on June 27 during the Democratic presidential debate by saying that she was the only African American woman on stage that evening. However, Harris caught backlash on social media and by several White Republicans who are questioning her race. Harris, 54, was born…

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A White 61-year-old lawmaker recently won an election years after he faced charges for having sex with a 17-year-old Black girl. On June 11, 2019, Joe Morrissey defeated incumbent Sen. Rosalyn Dance in a state Senate primary that took place in Richmond, Virginia. The win comes five years after Morrissey pleaded guilty to having sex…

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Former President Barack Obama took direct aim and fired several shots at Donald Trump during a speech Friday, Sept. 7, to students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It was Obama’s most vocal attack on Trump since he was elected president in 2017. Obama, who was at the university to receive the Institute of Government and…

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One year ago, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. The scene in Washington, D.C. was chaotic and strange. Hundreds of protestors argued with police and Trump supporters. Police in riot gear formed lines as protestors objected the election. Rocks and bottles were thrown by some as police sprayed tear gas and…

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David Clarke, the ultra-conservative Republican sheriff from Wisconsin, claims voting Democrat destroys Black families. In fact, according to his interview with WND, Clarke, 60, believes it is no coincidence that the most dangerous cities in America are all led politically by Democrats. The flamboyant and flame-throwing sheriff also claims that the Democratic party preys on the ills of…

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PepsiCo pulled their “Live Bolder” ad featuring Kendall Jenner on April 5 and apologized, saying “we did not intend to make light of any serious issue,” after people criticized it for for being “tone deaf” in appropriating specific images from the Black Lives Matter movement and other protests. Morning Consult actually dial tested 2,002 people’s reactions to the…

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As 2015 comes to a close we should give serious thought to who should become Commander in Chief of the United States post the Obama-age. The US will require concise and direct leadership. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime is mirroring that of the Cold War era and the relationships between many Middle Eastern nations and…

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America goes red following midterm elections, Republicans seize Congress Political pundits are having a pep rally. One reason is the GOP won key gubernatorial races, including Maryland, Connecticut Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Arkansas this past election on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. Connecticut, Maryland and especially President Barack Obama’s home state, Illinois, are true blue…

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Rep. John Lewis has an issue with President Barack Obama’s choice to nominate a federal judge that has a history of bigoted ideologies. President Obama nominated Michael Boggs to the federal bench, a lifetime post. Boggs is a conservative Democrat who voted to keep the Confederate emblem on Georgia’s  state flag, a polarizing symbol of…

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Jeh Johnson

Jeh Johnson, director of Homeland Security Immigration reform is a combined social and moral issue. While everyone wants to see America’s borders secure and its citizens protected from terrorists, there is more involved to consider. First, there are a large number of illegal immigrants who have had children and raised multigenerational families in this country. Many of these people…

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The hashtag “Things That Upset Liberals” (#ThingsThatUpsetLiberals) incited a stampede on social media that ranged from hilarious to vulgar. Take a look at the interesting and hilarious responses below:   #ThingsThatOffendLiberals When you remind them that the KKK was founded by [email protected] Party.   #ThingsThatOffendLiberals Pointing out that obama is continuing the same Bush policies…

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This morning, the lifeless body of Marco McMillian was found on the Mississippi River levee. McMillian was Mississippi’s first openly gay candidate for mayor who happened to also be an African American. Democrats, including President Obama, whom he had met, considered him to be one of the rising stars in the state’s party and political…

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