It was not mere ignorance when the Education and HUD secretaries referred to HBCUs as pioneers in “school choice” and slaves as “immigrants.” They were deliberately revisioning history.
Fox Business Network hosted a GOP debate on the economy last night. Which was apparently news to the eight contenders on the stage, who fumbled their way through.
At last night's GOP slugfest, what emerged was not a platform but 10 candidates deflecting, fingerpointing, and demonstrating genuine fear of a Dem they've decided is our next president.
The GOP is doubling down, half-heartedly courting votes of people of color while making sure most of us can't get to the polls. Will it work?
Ben Carson and Donald Trump are not only the frontrunners in the bid for the GOP presidential nomination—they're the drivers of the White supremacist clown car.
Even the Republicans are telling the presidential candidates to rein in their anti-repro-rights stance. But who will that hurt in the end?