What Do The Politicians Who Claimed Bombing Targeted Colorado NAACP Branch Say Now?

US | Chuck Ross
Chairwomen Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX) questions acting Transportation Security Administration Administrator, Gale Rossides during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, December 16, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Lawmakers won’t comment in light of recent news

NAACP Blames Guns, Not Anti-Cop Protests, For Murdered Police Officers

US | Scott Greer
Police officers line the route as vehicles containing the bodies of the two New York Police officers who were shot dead drive by in the Brooklyn borough of New York

‘[A] stark example of the need for sensible gun control measures’

The Hypocritical Pressure Campaign Against The NAACP Over Title II

Opinion | Erik Telford
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Unlike many progressive groups, the NAACP seems to understand the naiveté of pursuing Title II.

Rand Paul And Bill O'Reilly Are Wrong On Race: It's The NAACP That Should Make The First Move

Opinion | Keith Naughton
Obama speaks at the NAACP anniversary convention in New York City

As long as the definition of black means ‘not ever Republican,’ Senator Paul won’t get anywhere.

Rand Paul Meets With Black Leaders In Ferguson

Politics | Alex Pappas

But will he alienate conservatives?

Why Is The NAACP Fighting To Give Tennessee Politicians More Power To Appoint Judges?

Opinion | George Scoville
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If it’s a biased, corrupt system, democratic elections could lead to better outcomes for African-Americans.

NAACP Worried About Mississippi Runoff Voter Intimidation

Politics | Charles Thompson
Tea Party activist Robert Peters shows yard signs supporting candidate Chris McDaniel in Vicksburg

‘Only poll workers have the right to question a voter, and questions from anyone else will be seen as a form of voter intimidation’

AFL-CIO, NAACP, ACLU Calling The Shots Since 1945

Daily Caller News Foundation | Breanna Deutsch
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How special interests matter more than public opinion

It's Only Racism When They Want Your Stuff

Opinion | Yolanda Weinberger and James T. Harris
File of Clippers owner Donald Sterling sitting as he watches team play Knicks in NBA game in Los Angeles

Hypocrisy in the liberal war on private property

WSJ Editor Blasts NAACP For Taking Sterling's Racist Money: 'The Civil Rights Movement Has Become An Industry'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Brendan Bordelon

‘More about lining their own pockets’

NAACP Took Grants From Clippers Owner Donald Sterling, Protected Him From Racism Allegations

US | Patrick Howley
Los Angeles Clippers NBA basketball team owner Donald Sterling attends the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills

Civil rights organization was long in bed with Donald Sterling

Bryant Gumbel: NBA Being 'Let Off The Hook' Over 'Vicious' Clippers Owner Comments

Daily Caller News Foundation | Brendan Bordelon

‘Why did the NBA allow this man to own a team when they knew what kind of a person he was?’

Koch brothers unite right and left, sponsor panel on prison reform

US | Robby Soave
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‘I think it destroys society’

NAACP cheers release of Black Panther convicted of cop killing

US | Scott Greer
A police officer stands outside the apartment building where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in Manhattan
'It just shows you that things can come right after a wrong'

Top pick to head state Democratic Party EXPOSED: Nation of Islam, ARSON, all-black political party

Politics | Patrick Howley
Benjamin Chavis speaks about reducing world hunger at the United Nations in New York

‘The American system (political, economic, social) does not work in our interests’

See what Tim Scott thinks of the NAACP's insults

Politics | Caroline May
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‘I will honor the memory of Dr. King by being proactive in holding the door for others and serving my fellow man’

NC NAACP president: Sen. Tim Scott is a ventriloquist's dummy

Politics | Caroline May
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Scott is one of two African-Americans in the U.S. Senate