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Sadly, we're probably lucky Obama's skin isn't darker

Remember on November 4, 2008, when racism in America died? That of course was the historic day on which Barack Obama was elected our Nation’s first African American President. 143 years after Slavery was officially outlawed by the Thirteenth Amendment, 44 years after Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act banning segregation, Obama’s election ostensibly... Read more »

GOP Debate Crowd keeps it classy on MLK Day, and by classy I mean predictably hateful

Yesterday, in yet another in a long line of debates in which the non-participatory President emerged the clear victor, it was equally clear who, or what was the ‘biggest loser’: the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. On the day in which the values espoused by King-love, compassion, peace, tolerance, should be uniformly echoed and... Read more »
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