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  It’s an old argument that is being repeated again. Whether or not rap music is the cause of the negative behavior of some people in the Black community. The latest person to bring this argument to the forefront is Republican presidential contender Ben Carson. What is surprising is the venue he selected to make…

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There are high political stakes at play as the newly Republican controlled Congress flexes its legislative muscle and displays its intent. District of Columbia Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton was denied the right to cast a floor vote by the next congressional session of Congress. The Republican controlled House of Representatives voted 230-160 to deny the…

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In a desperate attempt to derail the Obama presidency and upset the will of the people, the House voted along party lines to sue the president on Wednesday. The vote went down as 220 – 201 and represents a first of its kind lawsuit in the history of the U.S. government. But this vote was…

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Recently Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner announced that he intends to sue President Barack Obama. The lawsuit is based on what many Republicans feel is Obama’s use of executive orders, especially those dealing with ACA or Obamacare as it is popularly known. Many political analysts called Boehner’s move a publicity stunt that will…

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Even though there is federal money on the table, many states are refusing to expand Medicaid for the uninsured or underinsured according to  a report by the Commonwealth Fund, a nonprofit group studying U.S. health care. The report states that the refusal of the expansion by mostly Republican governors is having a dramatic impact on…

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Secessionist groups want to form three majority white and republican states

Jefferson, North Colorado, Western Maryland, if these names don’t sound familiar now, they soon maybe if the secessionist movement picks up more steam. Those three names are the names of three proposed new states that will be majority white and overwhelmingly Republican. Since President Obama has been in office, there has been a push by…

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    Republican Candidate Calls for Obama’s Lynching A Republican candidate for the Florida State Legislature tweeted for the hanging of president Obama on the King Holiday. Joshua Black tweeted on the King Holiday:  “I’m past impeachment,” Joshua Black, who is also African American, tweeted on Monday. “It’s time to arrest and hang him high.”…

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According to the Las Vegas Sun, state Sen. Jim Wheeler, a Republican from Gardnerville, told a crowd “yeah I would” vote for slavery if that’s what his constituents wanted. Wheeler said today that he believes “liberal” operatives are trying to frame him as a bigot by spreading video of the statement on the Internet. “That’s…

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(CNN) — President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney described differing tax and economic plans at their first presidential debate on Wednesday night, arguing the other’s proposals won’t work in a continuation of major themes from their campaigns. In exchanges full of policy proposals, facts and figures, Romney was more aggressive in the 90-minute encounter…

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“I have never acted inappropriately with anyone– period!”  –Herman Cain GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain has tried a few different strategies to fend off accusations from the women who claim he sexually harassed them more than 10 years ago — the most recent from a fellow Republican who says he tried to force her to…

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In Iowa, prospective GOP presidential candidates participated in the second debate of the season. On view was an incessant display of derogatory critiques of President Obama’s handling of the economy in addition to a sideshow atmosphere of one-liners, sound bites and the seemingly dysfunctional collection of participants that could only be outdone by those who…

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