Joy Reid knew three days before Super Tuesday that Biden would dominate the Black vote in the South, and even elsewhere. She tells an amazing church story to explain.
Members Of Historically Black Church Turn Their Backs As Michael Bloomberg Speaks About 'Bloody Sunday'
Parishioners at a historically black church in Selma, Alabama protested Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg as his spoke on Sunday.
"We pretty much put out fliers, some against King and some against immigration," Jones said.
If you thought the Selma pro-KKK billboard story could not get any uglier, you were wrong.
S.C. Sen. Tim Scott did his best to try to pretend that the protections in the Voting Rights Act that were just gutted by the Supreme Court are no longer needed in the South.
CBS, Face the Nation, March 8, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/03/sen-tim-scott-cites-his-and-gov-haleys
Conservative "Wall Street Journal" columnist Kimberly Strassel on Sunday asserted that President Barack Obama had made a mistake by talking about voter ID during his speech in Selma over the weekend.
President Obama gave a powerful speech on voting, citizenship, and the power of "we".
But they want everyone to know it's not like they were sending a message on the 50th anniversary of the Selma march.
The First Family was forced to change their plans and depart via Andrews Air Force Base.
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