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In what could be considered his most scathing speech as a prominent figure, former President Barack Obama delivered a message to the American people that served as a key moment during the third day of the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Obama addressed the nation during a live feed delivered at the Museum of the American…

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The overdose death of a Black gay prostitute in late July is sending shockwaves through the elite group of wealthy donors who backed the Democratic party and Hillary Clinton. Gemmel Moore, 26, was found dead at the home of political activist and high profile DNC donor Ed Buck in West Hollywood, California on July 27, 2017.…

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The Democratic Party continues to experience mishaps days before the 2016 presidential election. According to a recent WikiLeaks email leak, Democratic Party Chairwoman Donna Brazile shared questions with Clinton’s camp that would be asked at a debate against Bernie Sanders. The debate was hosted in Flint, Michigan, following the water crisis where government officials knew…

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On the surface, the beginning of the Democratic National Convention opened to the kind of internal conflict that resembled, if not surpassed, that of the Republican National Convention. Before the night ended, however, Bernie Sanders would show why not all boos are created equal. On the eve of the convention opening, Wikileaks published thousands of…

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In what history will describe as one of the best political speeches ever delivered, Michelle Obama did the seemingly impossible. She rehabilitated Hillary Clinton, entranced Bernie Sanders’ supporters, shaded Donald Trump without even mentioning his name, and reminded the world she is the best decision President Barack Obama ever made. Here are the first lady’s best…

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In a last-minute change prompted by the Democratic National Convention’s email scandal, the gavel was brought down to open the convention by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake. The task usually goes to the Democratic Party chairperson, but Debbie Wasserman Schultz is at the center of the controversy surrounding WikiLeaks’ publishing of thousands of internal emails…

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The gavel comes down on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention at 4 p.m. Tonight’s prime-time lineup includes Sen. Cory Booker and first lady Michelle Obama, but here’s your inside look at the African American speakers you may not know. Rev. Leah D. Daughtry The Rev. Leah D. Daughtry has been tapped to serve as…

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Initially a bit startled when Owen Shroyer ran up on him in the streets of Cleveland during the Republican National Convention, Van Jones eagerly accepted a challenge to have a debate with the young Info Wars correspondent. The lesson began almost immediately as Jones parried Shroyer’s confrontational blows by setting a tone of peaceful discourse.…

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Cake designed for the #DNCinPHL opening Media Party. https://t.co/LYRr6OWVXg pic.twitter.com/Vtwl3qduA2 — Michael Moroney (@MichaelTMoroney) July 24, 2016 Every day rolling out will be bringing you a behind-the-scenes look at the Democratic National Convention. While the convention officially begins Monday, activities are already underway. Bringing us highlights from last night’s media party is Berlinda Garnett of…

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Michael Tyler gained prominence within the Democratic Party after serving as a field organizer for President Obama’s 2008 campaign in Virginia. Tyler also served as Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn’s secretary and is currently the Democratic National Committee’s director of African American media. Tyler recently discussed the removal of the Confederate flag in South Carolina, Donald…

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Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter

Rolling out spoke exclusively to Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter at the Democratic National Committee meeting in Atlanta. Nutter spoke at length on Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown and issues confronting the inner city and law enforcement. Mayor Nutter what was your reaction to the Michael Brown shooting and the ongoing disturbances in Ferguson? First and foremost, the…

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When it comes to diversity in politics the Democratic Party has been at the forefront. With issues ranging from LGBT initiatives, immigration to minority rights, most concerned voters feel that the Democratic National Committee is reaching out by using various consulting agencies. However the consulting agencies they are using lack diversity themselves. “There is a…

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The Republican Party recently made national headlines with their asseveration to appropriate $10 million this year to recruit more of the African American, Hispanic and Asian electorate who voted overwhelmingly Democratic in the 2012 presidential elections. Some would quickly surmise that it was an opportunity needlessly squandered but this campaign comes a few years too late. President…

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President Barack H. Obama accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president of the United States with a thunderous oration that promised America “a better path” that will not be easy but will lead to a better future through economic development, the development of energy, improvement on education and a promise to “reduce the deficit without…

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President Barack Obama accepted his party’s nomination and revealed to the nation why he deserves four more years in the White House. Below is the full transcript of President Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Michelle, I love you. The other night, I think the entire country saw just how…

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