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The Washington Post’s She the People: Scott Walker’s Survival Isn’t the End of Democracy

June 6, 2012 By, Michelle D. Bernard Despite all the gnashing of teeth over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s survival of a recall attempt, the broader national message isn’t the death of democracy. On the contrary, it’s that the American people are willing to make tough decisions to get their public finances under control. Wisconsin Republican […]

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The Hill: President Obama’s Support for Gay Marriage Demonstrates the Moral Leadership America Needs

The Hill’s Pundits Blog, May 10, 2012, by Michelle D. Bernard The manner in which those who would be president view the basic civil liberties and rights of all Americans regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation says all that we need to know about the moral character of those who would be president […]

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POLITICO: Gay Marriage: Black Voters Remain Divided

POLITICO, May 9, 2012 Some say African-American voters are closer to Republicans than Democrats on the issue. | Reuters By JOSEPH WILLIAMS | 5/9/12 6:39 PM EDT Updated: 5/10/12 7:48 AM EDT African-Americans voted 2-1 in favor of the North Carolina amendment banning gay marriage Tuesday, but the White House is betting that black voters […]

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The Washington Post’s She The People: Sorry North Carolina, Marriage Is A Basic Civil Right

The Washington Post’s She The People, May 9, 2011 I am a Christian.  I believe that America is the greatest nation on earth.  I also believe that the much-ballyhooed fight to preserve the socially conservative notion of “traditional American family values” is nothing more than an attempt to go back in time to an era where […]

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