How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Maybe it was the Black people mysteriously voting in Maine. Maybe it was the weird Black people voting in urban areas. No, it was all the Black people getting “gifts” from the President. My Romnesia is in full effect.
Ready for a trip to bizarro land? Hop onboard the crazy sex scandal express…conductor General Petraeus has a seat waiting for you…
Pollsters were all over the place last week. But Nate Silver predicted the election well in advance of Tuesday’s spectacle. How did he get it so right?
What motivates men like Gen. David Petraeus, who seemingly “has it all,” to throw away his marriage, prestige, and career with an affair? What drives his behavior, the consequences of which cause him to face public humiliation in the aftermath, and subject his family to the same?
Women Gain 53 Percent of Jobs Added, Women Now Have Net Job Growth Since February 2009
Since Tuesday’s exciting election, there have been a host of “why Romney lost” posts and articles. Well, it’s pretty simple. Key demographics in this nation’s voting public didn’t feel convinced he was the “guy” for the job. Surprisingly, minorities make up the lion’s share of that demographic. So, what does this mean for 2016?
Find out all the ways she loves him…
By roughly 11:00 pm eastern time, many of the major news station determined that President Obama had secured a second term. Here’s how it all happened.
The Florida State Board of Education recently ratified an initiative to bridge the educational gaps between racial groups in the state. Sadly, the new goals only highlight the fact that they are out of touch with what really impacts Black student educational outcomes.
With American elections slowly coming to a close, it is important to realize how lucky we are to have our voices heard not only for our choice of President, but the propositions within our own state.
Does it seem like women’s reproductive rights have been at the forefront of virtually every senatorial, gubernatorial, or presidential election debate thus far? Well, maybe that’s because as the parties polarize, more extreme views of social issues become the norm. So, what does this mean for the epic Roe v. Wade? Only time will tell…
A massive storm has devastated most of the east coast. Some have speculated that the election may get delayed. But, the true political impacts of Hurricane Sandy are still uncertain.
Vivica A. Fox versus Crystal Wright on BET’s Don’t Sleep once again depicts Black women in constant competition with one another. Political debate aside, both women made fools of themselves.
Colin Powell has come out in support of President Obama once again. Is it for the reasons he’s said? Or simply because he’s Black?
**Preemptive Strike: I DARE SOMEBODY COME IN HERE AND TELL ME I HATE BLACK MEN BECAUSE I’VE PUBLISHED THE REPORT. DON’T COME UP IN HERE BRAGGING ABOUT ALL THE GOOD BLACK MEN YOU KNOW. GO TO HELL, BLOOD CLOT.**
After watching this final debate, my first question to myself was, “do I really need to review that?” The raucous debate took place in Boca Raton, Florida at Lynn University. This is the same city where Romney famously denigrated the “47%” of voters he deemed lazy and incapable of taking personal responsibility for their own [...]
Both Romney and Obama have benefited immensely from “outside” money given to super PACs. But, Romney’s ties might shed some light on who might come to collect if he’s elected.
Less than a month out from the presidential election, both President Obama and Mitt Romney have done countless interviews. They’ve debated. They’ve given many speeches. And yet, says Kendal Sheets, Mitt Romney has never really addressed one very important issue: his Mormon faith and how it would influence a Romney presidency.