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G.O.P. Takes the Senate--and a Lot More

G.O.P. Takes the Senate—and a Lot More

by Aura Bogado on November 5 2014, 3:20PM

Dems lost big in Senate, House and governors’ races.

Topics: /NOW

Economic Justice Makes or Breaks Elections

Economic Justice Makes or Breaks Elections

by Imara Jones on November 4 2014, 11:30AM

Lack of economic progress may lead to poor voter turnout.

Topics: Economic Justice, Politics

White GOP Candidate Changes Name to Cesar Chavez in Arizona Race

White GOP Candidate Changes Name to Cesar Chavez in Arizona Race

by Aura Bogado on June 2 2014, 4:24PM

He switched parties, too.

Topics: /NOW, Society

House Votes to Cut $40 Billion in Funding For Food Stamps

House Votes to Cut $40 Billion in Funding For Food Stamps

by Von Diaz on September 20 2013, 11:40AM

The bill approved yesterday by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives would cut $4 billion annually for 10 years and includes strict new employment standards.

Topics: /NOW

Juan Williams' Son To Run GOP Outreach To African Americans

Juan Williams’ Son To Run GOP Outreach To African Americans

by Jorge Rivas on April 3 2013, 1:57PM

A significant part of the Republican Party’s future rests on the shoulders of Raffi Williams, the 24-year-old son of Fox News’ Juan Williams.

Topics: /NOW, Politics

Colin Powell on GOP: 'They Sort of Look Down on Minorities'

Colin Powell on GOP: ‘They Sort of Look Down on Minorities’

by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 1:00PM

“The Republican party needs to take a very hard look at itself and understand that the country has changed,” Powell said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Judge Not: NJ Gov. Christie Ousts Lone Black Justice

by Michelle Chen on June 3 2010, 10:35AM

New Jersey’s new governor is zealously spreading a conservative agenda across his state, all the way up to the courthouse door. Gov. Chris Christie has sparked outrage in his decision not to reappoint the one Black judge of the state…

Topics: Criminal Justice, Politics

McCain Ad Promotes “Danged” Fence He Once Thought Danged Dumb [Video]

by Michelle Chen on May 17 2010, 10:30AM

Sen. John McCain’s touting his 10-point Border Security Plan—a familiar right-wing wish list of ways to militarize the border—in a campaign ad that presents him as just the kind of stalwart border vigilante who could win over angry constituents…

Topics: Immigration, Politics

In Health Debate, GOP Plays the Slavery Card—and Loses

by Michelle Chen on December 8 2009, 8:18AM

Conservatives on the Hill were shocked—shocked!—when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared conservatives’ obstructionism on health care reform to resistance, in an earlier era, to the abolition of that “peculiar institution.” “Outrageous!” cried Rush Limbaugh, following up with a…

Topics: Health, Politics

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