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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has decided to enter the heated debate over reparations for the American slave trade and its aftereffects. At a recent campaign appearance at Tindley Temple United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, Sanders let the predominantly Black audience in on his feelings. Sanders is quoted as saying. “There’s nothing that anybody can do…

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The Republican Party is not happy with the growing popularity of Trump and his primary victories. The idea that Trump could win the Republican nomination for president has caused fear for the national party. To combat Trump, the Republicans have turned to former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

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The current election season among Republican presidential candidates has allowed America to see a descent to the absurd. Donald Trump actually made reference to the size of his penis at last night’s Republican debate, in response to Marco Rubio correlating the size of his hands to his manhood..

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Dr. Ben Carson, the only Black republican candidate for president, has announced that he is suspending his campaign. Carson has only been able to pick up eight delegates in the primary elections and caucuses that have been held so far. The retired neurosurgeon has realized that he has no path to the Republican nomination. He…

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Hillary Clinton claimed an impressive election Super Tuesday as she won primaries in several states. Clinton carried the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Massachusetts with ease, obliterating rival Bernie Sanders in strong victories. Sanders was able to win elections in Colorado, Montana, Oklahoma and Vermont. Clinton’s win in the Deep South has been attributed…

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It worked. The protests, voter education and the shedding of the blood of an innocent have changed the power structure in Ferguson, Missouri. The first municipal elections since the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown occurred April 7, and despite severe weather, voter turnout doubled. In previous elections only 12.3 percent of registered voters turned…

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Tomorrow’s election presents Chicagoans with the opportunity to set the political agenda for the next four years. The men and women elected to office will assume that your vote is an endorsement of their policy positions, and will set about the task of making those positions the law that everyone living in Chicagoland will have…

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Socioeconomic status and race were the primary concerns raised at last night’s mayoral debate in Chicago’s Blue Island area. Chicago residents voiced their concerns and opinions of current mayor Rahm Emmanuel and his other political running counterparts. The event was moderated by rolling out’s TJ Crawford and included a panel discussion that featured two community…

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Dr. Willie Wilson is a familiar name in certain circles in Chicago. The multimillionaire is a well-known philanthropist who rose from abject poverty in the segregated South to owning five McDonald’s, a music and media production company, and a medical supply company that currently generates over $60 million annually. A Chicagoan since 1965, Wilson has…

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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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Dinesh Souza

Extreme conservative political commentator Dinesh D’Souza was indicted for campaign fraud in connection with various Republican elections. D’Souza is best known for the political film 2016: Obama’s America. In the film he portrays President Obama as an angry black man raised abroad as an anti-colonialist. The film grossed $33.45 million and was regarded as very partisan and…

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On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, the citizens of Detroit will select their next mayor. This is a crucial decision in the wake of former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s failed administration. Kilpatrick was recently sentenced to 28 years in federal prison. Mayoral candidate Benny Napoleon has made reviving Detroit his priority. A Detroit native, he’s garnered support from…

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President Barack H. Obama won his second bid for the presidency with 303 electoral votes to Mitt Romney’s 206, far short of the 270 required to win. The 2012 presidential race was a long and grueling campaign and the most expensive in U.S. history. According to an estimate by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics,…

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President Barack Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney has created confusion and despair in the Republican Party. Several black celebrities believed that Mitt Romney would be a better choice than President Obama. With the election over, the black Republicans who voted for Romney are likely embarrassed. Click continue to view the black Republicans who look foolish…

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