Real estate mogul and Mitt Romney supporter Donald Trump differed with the presumptive GOP nominee Monday on whether to use the words of President Bar...
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It comes as no big surprise that Frank Lloyd Wright was dubbed "the greatest American architect of all time" by the American Institute of Architects.
Rev. Jeremiah Wright is over the whole Obama controversy -- or so he said in an interview with the Washington Post.
In the interview Wright defended ...
In a media saturated nation, the more off base the pronouncements of those who are both senior and prominent are, the more they are considered "good copy."
Officials from the Wright Family Foundation and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum were in New York on Wednesday to mark an upcomi...
Democrats chose to deny the reality of who Mr. Obama truly was: A stunningly inexperienced Chicago-bred politician who had made poor choices, in his associations and judgments.
Love her or hate her, you have to admit that John McCain's selection of Sarah Palin for the Republican ticket this year was without any doubt the boldest political tactic of the year.
We value authentic individuality. It's part of our national DNA -- which is why McCain has been so front-and-center all these years. He's nailed authentic -- and it isn't enough.
As I listened to him answer questions, though, all I could think of was those people who leave long, rambling messages on my voice mail, then forget to leave their name and number.
The demonization of Wright is part of why there are so few strong black leaders in the United States. He did not cower from his convictions in the face of those who saw him only with jaded prejudice.
Chicago friends of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Sen. Barack Obama say both men are simply sad following a controversy and eventual falling out that ca...
Pundits have pretty much written off Hillary's chances in North Carolina. But yesterday, her campaign was handed an olive branch, an endorsement, and a chance to change the odds.
At an Indianapolis press conference, Obama struggled to draw a clear distinction for voters between his policies and those of Hillary Clinton. "It's tough," he said, "a lot of our differences get blurred."
The debate's over. Let's stop pretending. The data demonstrates Obama has always been more electable; that Clinton still isn't electable; and that Clinton is weakening Obama for the general.
Unfortunately these questions remain largely unanswered, almost two months after the last debate.
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