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7:44 PM / Sunday July 12, 2020

Commentary

The top five reasons why Black men choose White women

April 23, 2011

To keep the black family functioning, black women have taken charge. But black men don’t like being told what to do. See the predicament. Of course it wasn’t always that way. But the manufacturers of white supremacy developed a full proof plan to destroy the black family unit. And it’s been working.

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Last call for Tea Party?

April 18, 2011

Rumblings are being heard of the party coming to an end — and for many people, it’s none too soon. The party, in this case, is the Tea Party. A recent CNN poll shows that far more Americans now have an unfavorable view of the Tea Party than a year ago. Even more ominous for the party leadership is…

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Impeach Obama over Libya? You’ve got to be kidding

March 27, 2011

Perennial congressional gadfly Dennis Kucinich completely lost his political screws when he even uttered the word “impeachment” of President Obama over his action in Libya. Kucinich has often been the lone, outraged voice, in blistering Obama on everything from…

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Why so many white men still don’t like President Obama

March 20, 2011

Voter anger against government even among those that identify as Tea Party backers is down, the Wisconsin union standoff hasn’t stirred any widespread anti-labor backlash, and there’s more tolerance than ever for same sex marriage. But the poll also found a troubling note…

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Revisiting the FBI’s “Dirty War” on Black America

February 27, 2011

Thanks to a CNN documentary airing this week, the tale of FBI informant Ernest Withers is now well known. The black photographer spent years busily documenting the civil rights movement and capturing candid images of its leaders, most notably Martin Luther King, Jr.

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The Reagan I remember

February 19, 2011

February 6th marked the 100th birthday of Ronald Reagan, considered by some as one of America’s truly great Presidents. Indeed, some presidential historians have called him a “transformative” figure because he is credited with presiding over the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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The Philadelphia Sunday Sun Staff