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Black Chronicle
"The Paper That Tells The Truth"

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The Rush to Abandon the Poor
Growing Number of States Ignoring Obligations to Needy

 

Democrats Gain the Upper Hand
Turning the Tables Upsets the Republicans

 

The Power of Anonymity
Some Shy from Sunlight, Protecting Big Campaign Donors


Romney’s Economic Closet Psst!  He’s a Secret Keynesian!

 

Memo to GOP Candidates: The Auto Bailout Worked

 

The Payroll Tax Fight Republicans Again Making Extraneous Demands

 

Darkening Tone of the Primaries Romney Drew Wrong Lesson from a Callous Campaign

 

Voting and Racial History Alabama Case Underlines Need for Fed Enforcement

 

The State of the Union in 2012 Slowly Recovering, but Still Struggling

 

The High Cost of Moralizing Gingrich Seeks Forgiveness While Condemning Others

 

Iowa Caucuses Unforced Errors, a Chilling View of Extremism

 

Haiti’s Slow Recovery Two Years Later, Progress but Too Much in Limbo

 

A Fraction of a Tax Cut Not Much, but Extremist House Republicans Scorn It

 

Holder Speaks Up for Voting Rights Vows to Scrutinize GOP Efforts to Reduce Turnout

 

The Real Way to Help Small Business Lot to Gain by Mom and Pop from Payroll Tax Cut

 

Targeting the Unemployed Latest GOP Plan to Inflict Needless Pain on Vulnerable

 

The Price of Intolerance Alabama’s Waking Up to Cost of Harsh Law

 

The Mayor Confronts the Protesters A Legally Justifiable Move May Prove Hard

 

Back to Common Sense at the Polls In State After State, Voters Reject an Extreme Agenda

 

On the Rise in Alabama Backlash Presages New Civil Rights Movement?

 

Health Reform and the Supreme Court Precedent Would Give Reform Law Resounding Victory

 

While Veterans Wait Department Must Do More to Help Mental Health Needs

 

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