Malveaux Hates Fourth of July - Reminds Her of Slavery and Economic In

If you were African-American living in the era of President Barack Obama, would you hate the Fourth of July because it reminded you of slavery and economic inequality?You would if your name was Julianne Malveaux and you were the syndicated columnist that also serves as the president of Bennett College, the historically black women's school in Greensboro, North Carolina.So disdainful of America's…

ABC's Race Expert: Woman Who Hoped for Death of Clarence Thomas

On Saturday's "Good Morning America," Kate Snow chatted with a woman who once wished death on Clarence Thomas and highlighted her as an expert on racial politics in America. The weekend GMA co-host interviewed Julianne Malveaux on the subject of racial overtones in the conflict between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. On November 4, 1994, Malveaux famously stated of Supreme…

Worst ‘Notable Quotables’ of the Past 20 Years: A Potpourri of Idi

To commemorate the Media Research Center’s 20th anniversary this month, we’ve just published a special expanded edition of our ‘Notable Quotables’ newsletter with more than 100 of the most outrageous, sometimes humorous, quotes we’ve uncovered over the past 20 years. To wrap up this week’s posts, I thought I’d list a few of the most outrageous or moronic quotes we’ve come across since 1987.For…

Obama Wants Official Fired for Race Remarks; Similar Comments Not a Pr

Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama is demanding that John Tanner, head of the Justice Department's voting rights division, be fired for racially insensitive remarks:John Tanner's remarks came during an Oct. 5 panel discussion on minority voters before the National Latino Congreso in Los Angeles. Tanner addressed state laws that require photo identification for voting, saying that…

CNN/Money's Laugher on Economic Policy Institute's 'Stagnant Wages' Re

Previous Post: Part 1 -- Evaluating EPI's "Stagnant Wage" Claims __________________________________________ The first sentence of CNN/Money's Labor Day report entitled "GDP Growth Not Reaching Paychecks" certainly had entertainment value (bold is mine): The economic expansion that began six years ago has failed to benefit most workers, according to a report from the…