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2018 YEAR IN REVIEW | Atlanta’s biggest hits in politics

ATLANTA VOICE — The year began swiftly on Jan. 2, as Keisha Lance Bottoms was sworn in as the 60th mayor of Atlanta. […read more]


Kerry’s Dangerous Message to Egypt’s Generals

[Bloomberg] Secretary of State John Kerry visited Cairo yesterday to reassure the men who led the coup against Egypt’s first democratically elected president that the U.S. is content with their progress toward restoring democracy. It was a confused and confusing message, to say the least. Kerry’s statement that Read More


Beyond the Rhetoric: Benghazi is another Clinton Mess

By Harry C. Alford NNPA Columnist   The congressional hearings on May 8 may become the beginning of the end for Hillary Rodham Clinton.  Three credible eye witnesses of our Benghazi consulate assault last September 11, finally got to give their accounting of it.  They Read More


America’s Inconsistent Foreign Policy

By Raynard Jackson NNPA Columnist   Two years ago, President Obama instituted a policy towards Africa that most Americans are totally unaware of.  The policy sent shock waves throughout the continent of Africa that are still reverberating to this day. This policy was a direct Read More

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One Week, Two Sides of Obama

By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist Over the span of one week, two different sides of President Obama emerged in different yet unforgettable terms. This first was political, involving Susan Rice’s decision to withdraw her name as a candidate for Secretary of State. The second Read More

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GOP’s ‘Racist’ and ‘Sexist’ Attacks on Susan Rice

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Representative Marcia Fudge, the newly-elected chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, says politically-inspired charges that United Nations Ambassador Susan E. Rice is “not very bright” and is “unqualified” to be named Secretary of State by President Read More