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William Barber Takes on Poverty and Race in the Age of Trump
His father answered, “That’s an extra precaution in case the prayers don’t work.” In 1978, at the age of fifteen, Barber was elected president of the local N.A.A.C.P. Youth ... George Henry White, a black Republican, to the U.S. House of ... read more
CNN INSIDE POLITICS
Is that (a) a fair proposal; and (b) do you think it would work ... of the House Immigration Reform Caucus. TANCREDO: Thank you. KING: And here in Washington, Andy Stern, president of the Service Employees International Union, thank you both very much. read more
Don’t Cram Your Heterosexuality Down My Throat
“Same-sex marriage is very new.” In that sense women on the supreme court, Jews in country clubs and a black president in the White House is all quite new too, while clitoredectomies, honor killings and child marriages, which have also been around ... read more
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North Carolina as the new Wisconsin
The state Senate last week passed a bill to lower and flatten the income tax, and the state House ... North Carolina lawmakers will leave for summer break having delivered on one of their top campaign promises. As North Carolina legislators work to ... read more
Question: What Is Your Most Kafkaesque Car-Registration Experience?
it had never entered his head that the task could also be difficult. He remembered one morning when, already piled up with work, he suddenly shoved everything to one side and took a pad of paper on which he sketched out some of his thoughts on how ... read more
APA president asks "Is this any way to run an airline?"
"In fact, they have made that critical task even more difficult." Wilson did not mention the capacity ... National Mediation Board Chairman Harry Hoglander, White House Labor Liaison Nate Tamarin and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood; with members ... read more
New York Times Publishes Full-Page Anti-Catholic Ad
According to the FFRF website, “Allowing employers to decide what kind of birth control an employee can use is not, as the Supreme Court ruled, an ‘exercise of religion.’ It is an exercise of tyranny. Employers should have no right to impose their ... read more
The Family Business
But Mike's new wife quickly learned that her husband had to work long hours to keep the family business going ... doing a project up there. Very nice, generous, giving person. Mike Jr. and his family bought a house here too on the very same street ... read more
Watch a Black Student Assault White Teen Because His Dreadlocks Are Cultural Appropriation
The video clearly shows a black female student, identified as Bonita Tindle, confronting a dreadlocks-wearing white male named Cory Goldstein ... "I just got physically assaulted because I have dreadlocks woe," he wrote. What's more, the campus ... read more
What Dave Ramsey gets wrong about poverty
But woe to you ... injustices at work. When approximately 1% of Americans hold 40% of the nation’s wealth, there are systemic injustices at work. When the black unemployment rate has consistently been twice as high as the white unemployment rate for ... read more