Editorial

Everyone making millions except college athletes

    Everyone making millions except college athletes

The recent Wall Street Journal editorial, “California’s Pay-to-Play Bill,” is another example of the hypocrisy that plagues college sports. The newspaper’s parent company, News Corps, is launching its new sports

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Gay Rights Advocates Increasing

    Gay Rights Advocates Increasing

You can call it the “bandwagon effect,” or “political opportunism” or, the “wake-up-call effect,” or, less cynically, an old American tradition. Whatever you call it, in the last month it

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Give Winston Lake Y members R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

    Give Winston Lake Y members R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

Curt Hazelbaker, the CEO of the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina, vowed that the Winston Lake Family Y would have a new executive director to fill the shoes of former

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Trayvon Martin: One Year Later

    Trayvon Martin: One Year Later

One year later, the Trayvon Martin tragedy still stings – and some people are still throwing salt on the open wound. Recently, George Zimmerman’s brother, Robert Zimmerman, posted a tweet

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All White Federal Courts

  All White  Federal Courts

It’s 2013, not 1950, but someone forgot to tell our federal court system that. The N.C. NAACP is again voicing

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Editorial: The AKAs Are Here

Downtown Winston-Salem is awash in pink and green. The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. are in town for

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Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

  Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

I never considered the late Rodney King anything of a philosopher, but as one observes Washington shenanigans, especially around fiscal

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Race and the Legacy of Chavez

  Race and the Legacy of Chavez

In January 2004, as the president of TransAfrica Forum, I had the honor of leading the first African American delegation

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Editorial: Criticism of President still taboo

  Editorial: Criticism of President  still taboo

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright has been called a pastor’s pastor, a preaching master who’s like the opposite of March: comes

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Moral out of convenience

  Moral out of convenience

As a result of Ohio’s Republican Senator Rob Portman’s declaration last week that he now supports homosexual marriage, I am

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