Lawmakers won’t comment in light of recent news
Contrary to initial reports
‘[A] stark example of the need for sensible gun control measures’
Unlike many progressive groups, the NAACP seems to understand the naiveté of pursuing Title II.
As long as the definition of black means ‘not ever Republican,’ Senator Paul won’t get anywhere.
If it’s a biased, corrupt system, democratic elections could lead to better outcomes for African-Americans.
‘Only poll workers have the right to question a voter, and questions from anyone else will be seen as a form of voter intimidation’
How special interests matter more than public opinion
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'
‘More about lining their own pockets’
Civil rights organization was long in bed with Donald Sterling
‘Why did the NBA allow this man to own a team when they knew what kind of a person he was?’
‘I think it destroys society’
‘The American system (political, economic, social) does not work in our interests’
‘I will honor the memory of Dr. King by being proactive in holding the door for others and serving my fellow man’
Scott is one of two African-Americans in the U.S. Senate
The push for transparency is about silencing opponents