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Tea Party Leader Thinks We Should Be Over Slavery
A New Mexico county tea party leader has sparked controversy by tweeting a meme Wednesday that strongly suggests blacks use the dark legacy of slavery in America for "bitching and moaning about how the world owes them a living."
Tea Party Leader's Tweet Suggests Blacks Stop 'Bitching And Moaning' About Slavery
Unsurprisingly, others shot back with both outraged and tongue-in-cheek tweets: The tweet comes at a particularly bad time
When Democratic Rhetoric Goes Too Far
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
The history of lynching should not be abused and belittled by politicians in hyperbolic fashion to make a much smaller point. Even if, or perhaps
if, the politician in question is black.
Allen West: I Might Leave Black Caucus Over Lawmaker's 'Lynching' Comment (VIDEO)
The Tea Party "really stands for basic constitutional principles" like fiscal responsibility and free enterprise, said the
Stephen Colbert To Garry Wills: Is Tea Party Racist? (VIDEO)
Wills, historian and author of the Pulitzer-Prize winning book "Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America," focuses
Tea Party To Hold Summit To Combat NAACP's Charges Of Racism
The remarks from Webb and Jealous -- as well as news of plans to hold the Tea Party summit -- come amid debate surrounding
"Tea Party" Leader Melts Down On CNN: Obama Is An "Indonesian Muslim Turned Welfare Thug" (VIDEO)
"Tea Party" leader Mark Williams appeared on a CNN panel on "Anderson Cooper 360" last night and promptly set to work discrediting
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