In a process that sets up a false dichotomy between economic and racial justice, the candidates for the 2016 Democratic nomination must present an inclusive vision that rallies political will for constructive change.
No amount of repackaging can change the fact that Mitt Romney’s economic policies would devastate the poor and prove catastrophic for struggling American families.
The Republican presidential candidate is trying to be everything to everyone, but Sam Fulwood III says being a hard-core conservative and trying to appeal to moderates isn’t working.
Sam Fulwood III takes the Republican Party to task for its transparent play to stir up latent racist animosities among its white male base.
The Republican presidential candidates are relying on economic sluggishness and culture wars to win the White House, writes Sam Fulwood III.
Sam Fulwood III speculates how our country’s changing racial make-up will affect elections in the decades ahead.
Too many Americans simply don’t care about facts and are willing to embrace candidates or activists who brazenly embrace bald-faced lies, writes Sam Fulwood III.
Sam Fulwood relishes the prospect of a Cain vs. Obama election in 2012 for what it will do for racial and postracial politics in our country.
Stirring up racial feelings won’t get Donald Trump elected, and it’s bad for the country, writes Sam Fulwood III.