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EditorialFew issues in government get under people's skin like taxes. And few things in…


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Guest View

On March 9, 1832, future President Abraham Lincoln, in his first public political address said, "Upon the subject of education … I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people may be engaged in. That everyone may receive at least a moderate education … appears to be an object of vital importance."


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Forgive African DebtMore than 60 percent of Africans live on less than one U.S. dollar every day.…


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Rainbow/ PUSH

Hurricane Katrina's survivors are about to be brutalized once more. They withstood the havoc…


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Freedom Rider

In the recent winter Olympics, American Julia Mancuso won a skiing gold medal in the women's…

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Child Watch

From Tuskegee's Booker T. Washington to Morehouse's Benjamin E. Mays, Black college…


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To Be Equal

When Hurricane Katrina broke the levees in New Orleans, it did more than reveal the unimaginable…


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Freedom Rider

Democrats and Republicans both know how to appeal to the great mass of ignorant Americans. Bigotry is always a winner for politicians. It keeps them from having to do their jobs and aids in covering their wrongdoing.


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The Last Word

Crash deservedly won the Academy Award for best picture because it forced Blacks — as well as Whites — to honestly confront their stereotypes. The film sets the course right from the start when it went squarely toward racial correctness.


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Child Watch

People often ask me where the next generation of leaders will come from. I tell them I know they will be young men and women like Westenley Alcenat.


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