Dick Cheney Endorses John McCain and Sarah Palin!

Dick Cheney Endorses John McCain, and Sarah Palin!

Vice President Cheney is confident that if Senator McCain, and Governor Palin are elected that they will carry on the work that President George Bush, and the Bush Administration started! That alone is a major reason to vote for Senator Barack Obama!

Jay-Z Says He’s Voting for Barack Obama!

Jay-Z Says He’s Voting for Barack Obama! Jay-Z encourages voters to vote in the upcoming election during a concert in Detroit, Michigan. Make sure you get involved and get out to vote on Tuesday, November 4, 2008.
To find your polling place or for more information about election day, go to voteforchange.com.

McCain Camp Attacks Obama Over His Ailing Grandmother!

McCain Camp Attacks Obama Over His Ailing Grandmother! This is a New Low! McCain supporter Brad Blakeman Today Attacked Barack Obama for flying to see his Ailing Grandmother whom is in very grave condition. This has to be the lowest of low’s for the GOP and the McCain Camp.

This guy is heartless for this attack on Senator Obama!

There is Hope For Health Care!

There is Hope For Health Care! Hear how Barack Obama’s healthcare plans will impact the lives of ordinary Americans like you.

There’s only one Health Care Plan that makes sense, and it is Barack Obama’s Health Care Plan!

We All Love This Country!

We All Love This Country! With 13 days left until the general election, Barack Obama addresses a crowd of 12,900 in Richmond, Virginia. He proudly proclaims that We All Love This Country!

Thanks Senator Obama for this timely message!

John McCain Responds to Sarah Palin’s Clothes’ Budget!

John McCain Responds to Sarah Palin’s Clothes’ Budget! The guy at The Young Turks.Com are at it again!

This was a foolish expenditure of Republican Campaign Funds! Vote for Obama/Biden and let Governor Palin go home to Alaska with all of her new threads! Who’s the elitist now?

Getting Used to a Black President!

Political scientist Melissa Harris-Lacewell examines how Barack Obama may affect Americans’ conceptualization of race and the Presidency, should he be elected to the position. Barack Obama’s success so far in the 2008 election cycle has fostered optimistic rhetoric in mainstream media about race relations in the United States, but does Obama’s candidacy transform Martin Luther King Jr.’s American dream into a reality?

A recent New York Times/CBS poll found that Americans are sharply divided by race on their views of Senator Obama and the state of race relations. In addition, with an increased presence of other minority groups, issues regarding race in political and social life are no longer black and white. What role does race play in the 2008 election and beyond? Can America ever truly be a color-blind society?

Melissa Victoria Harris-Lacewell is an American writer and political scientist and Associate Professor of Politics and African American studies at Princeton University. She received her B.A. in English from Wake Forest University, her Ph.D. in political science from Duke University and an honoris causa doctorate from Meadville Lombard Theological School.She is the author of Barbershops, Bibles, and BET: Everyday Talk and Black Political Thought on the methods African Americans use to develop political ideas through ordinary conversations in places like barbershops, churches, and popular culture.

The work was awarded the 2005 W.E.B. DuBois book award from the National Conference of Black Political Scientists. Harris-Lacewell’s writings have been published in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Crain’s Chicago Business and Newsday. She has provided commentary for NBC News, Fox News, Showtime, HBO, Black Enterprise, National Public Radio and other radio and print sources.