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Friday, October 19, 2007

Black Policy.org on XM Radio

Blackpolicy.org is now on XM Radio! "Blackpolicy.org LIVE" hosted by Peter Groff and Charles Ellison every Thursday, 1:30pm - 2:00pm on POTUS '08 XM Channel 130.

WHAT'S ON SUNDAY NITE TALK THIS WEEK?
Groff, Ellison & Robinson in the ASCENT Chamber on SCHIP politics, 3rd Party candidates and Black voters and whether or not Al Gore will call it a comeback

ALSO: SUNDAY NITE TALK ranked as one of Capitol Hill Broadcasting Network's Top 10 "Most Watched Clips" at CHBN.com

GROFF/ELLISON POLITICAL REPORT (10.17.07):

CAN'T SLEEP ON RON PAUL
Congressman and GOP Presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-TX) is not the biggest friend of "civil rights" or anything remotely resembling it. In fact, he outright opposed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and there's a whole mess of stuff about him dissing the late and legendary Congresswoman Barbara Jordan (D-TX) and his views on everything from affirmative action to the explosion of Black men in jail. Is he racist?

PRAISE GOD & PASS THE NOMINATION
It is that comfort that has some pundits asking the question: can Obama or another Democrat close the God Gap? For the past 25 years plus Democrats have ceded that vote to the Republicans. But as elections have become increasingly close and margins increasingly thin, Democrats can no longer relinquish that vote.

ENUF OF ENOUGH CAMPAIGN
Blackpolicy.org is taking a break from the You Oughtta Be Shamed Awards because, a) these awards can and should be distributed on a rolling basis, and b) the fact that there are too many people who deserve said award gives a headache. However, we want to give props to those groups who have taken on the task of calling out degrading images and lyrics in media.

This isn't all of it. There's more! For the complete Groff/Ellison Political Report, go to Blackpolicy.org

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