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Black vote was key to Biden’s victory
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Editorial
Black vote was key to Biden’s victory
Blacks turned out for Biden in massive numbers in November. This solid vote was critical in many states, and Trump was able to tally only 71 million votes, primarily from disgruntled whites.
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Opinion
Why Trump keeps beating Joe over the head with the crime bill
The challenge then is not to hold Biden’s feet to the fire for a policy from the past that’s had and has bad consequences for the present. But to hold him feet to the flame to deliver on her pledge to push for meaningful criminal justice system reforms, and programs and initiatives to aid the urban poor once in the White House.
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Trump, Biden clash over race as contest nears end
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Trump, Biden clash over race as contest nears end
President Donald Trump, despite a continuing history of divisive rhetoric, improbably anointed himself a champion of African Americans in the final debate, seeking to put a dent in his opponent’s overwhelming advantage among Black voters.
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Vote to oust the racist regime
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Vote to oust the racist regime
Trump’s many defaults should be enough to induce even thoughtful stalwart supporters to lose confidence in his leadership. But surprisingly, the Trump base is still substantial. What benefit do they perceive from his leadership?
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Opinion
Harris will get ‘angry black woman’ tag in Pence debate. Embrace it.
You can mail this one in. That is, Trump will again sneer at Democratic presidential nominee Kamala Harris as, take your pick, “mad,” “nasty,” “vicious,” “disrespectful” — but most of all, “angry” — after her debate with Vice President Mike Pence. He’s leveled these hackneyed epithets at Harris since the moment Biden named her as his VP running mate.
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A colossal failure of leadership
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Editorial
A colossal failure of leadership
The presidential election has become more than the determination of who will occupy the White House for the next four years. For some people, Donald Trump’s performance in the recent debate was an intolerable embarrassment. Everyone knows that Trump is reluctant to adhere to the imposition of anyone’s rules.
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Opinion
Trump and Biden’s debates will be good theater, but not much more
Biden or Trump will win the White House if voters really feel that one can better handle the country’s economic and domestic mess than the other. That won’t come from a presidential debate.
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Unleash the power of the Black vote
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Unleash the power of the Black vote
Past election results indicate that Black women have reliably voted overwhelmingly for the Democratic candidate for president. This time, Black men must vote en masse and not be conned or misled. The incumbent is an enemy, posing as a friend.
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America’s enduring embrace of white supremacy
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America’s enduring embrace of white supremacy
In the 19th century, U.S. Sen. John Calhoun codified the tenets of white supremacy in United States law and politics creating a legacy of racism that Donald Trump is perpetuating today.
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A 4F commander in chief
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Editorial
A 4F commander in chief
Thoughtful Americans will now have to be worried about a commander in chief who has no patriotic attachment to the country whose citizens he is obligated to protect against enemies, foreign and domestic.
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Time to end Trump’s tyranny
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Time to end Trump’s tyranny
Citizens will soon decide whether the United States of America is to survive as a democratic republic.
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Opinion
Why vice presidents matter
For both Biden and Trump, the single biggest asset that a VP pick brings to the table is that he or she can turn on more voters than their potential boss can or has turned off no matter what part of the country they hail from, their gender or their rank in the party.
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