Setting fire to black churches is so common in this country that we have a specific law addressing it.
The term describes the phenomenon, but doesn’t do it justice.
Rep. Pete Sessions doesn’t know what diversity is, but he knows it’s a big problem.
“There may be a war on what’s inside of women, but there is no war on women.” What?
Why misdirect about mental health and violent video games when you have skin color to work with?
Hillary Clinton’s first meeting with Black Lives Matter activists could have gone much, much better.
Disingenuous is a word. False is a better one.
Jim Webb is making a concerted effort to win the Dixiecrat vote, a small and shrinking segment of Democrats.
We can be disappointed that he hasn’t done more, but it’s absurd to say he’s no different than Reagan.
In an unexpected, late-night maneuver, Republicans took a stand for federally-funded racism.
New rules covering reporting, goal-setting and data collection seek to fulfill the FHA’s promise.
95 percent of elected prosecutors are white. Fifteen states have exclusively white prosecutors.
An argument by association isn’t a valid argument. It’s a dodge.