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Washington Watch with Roland Martin: Santorum Sweeps Romney, POTUS Reverses on Super PACS and Contraception Coverage

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The Republican race for President is getting very interesting, Rick Santorum wins Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri. Republicans still may not be ready to rally behind GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, President Obama reverses willing to accept super PAC money and his new housing plan. This week’s Washington Watch roundtable features Sophia Nelson, Joseph Williams, Michelle […]

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Santorum Wins Big In Three Early Voting Contests

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Election-Night Reflections

Published in The Hill, January 1, 2012 http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/203535-election-night-reflections Another New Hampshire primary, another front-runner reinforced. That appears to be the result again this year. Mitt Romney has broken with tradition to win both Iowa (albeit in a very close race) and New Hampshire. The non-surprise of the evening was Romney’s victory. Still, he does not […]

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Virginia Ballot, Bachmann Quits Race

From NPR Host Michel Martin and the Beauty Shop ladies discuss controversial requirements for Virginia’s presidential primary ballot, Michele Bachmann’s suspension of her presidential bid, sports-related concussions, and black divas hawking weight-loss products.

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NPR’s Tell Me More: GOP Wives Star In Campaign Ads

From NPR This week, the ladies discuss whether voters will be swayed by political ads featuring the wives of Republican presidential candidates. They also tackle the controversy around the American Heritage Dictionary adding the term “anchor baby.” Guest host Allison Keyes speaks with a diverse panel of bloggers and journalists.

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Comeback For Cain After Affair Charge?

From NPR The Beautyshop women discuss Republican Herman Cain’s reassessment of his White House bid, and news of a 200-pound third grader who was placed in foster care after officials said his mother wasn’t doing enough to control his weight. Host Michel Martin hears from two political bloggers and the head of the Bernard Center […]

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NPR’s Tell Me More: Role Of Media In GOP Primary Race

From NPR Sexual harassment allegations against Herman Cain are still dominating headlines, but many political commentators are calling it a distraction. In this week’s Beauty Shop, host Michel Martin hears from a panel of politically savvy women who weigh in on this and other political news.

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MSNBC: Will Romney Jump Aboard the Tea Party Express?

Bernard Center President and CEO Michelle D. Bernard joined MSNBC’s PoliticsNation to discuss whether Romney will jump aboard the Tea Party Express (August 30, 2011).

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NPR’s All Things Considered: Iowa Debate; Obama In Michigan

From NPR Melissa Block speaks with political commentators E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and Michelle Bernard, president and CEO of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics and Public Policy. They discuss political events of the past week, including Thursday night’s debate between Republican presidential hopefuls, and President Obama’s visit to Michigan.

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