Black Republicans

SCOTUS ruled that NC's voter I.D. law will be put on hold for the 2016 election. But will Black Republicans address the injustice?

While Donald Trump lavished praise on a Black supporter earlier this month, calling him “my African-American,” most Republicans of color would not call him “my White” presidential candidate. An estimated 94 percent of Black voters see the presumptive Republican presidential nominee negatively, as do 89 percent of Latinos, writes the Huffington Post, citing a Washington Post/ABC survey released Wednesday. […]

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NewsOne’s PolitickerOne blog tackles some of the most important topics in politics: Election 2016, moves by the Obama administration, voting rights, lawmaking, and the way…

"We will move much further toward anarchy than anybody can imagine, and much more quickly," Ben Carson told Fox News about the recent uprisings on college campuses.

Here are 16 Black and famous Republicans you probably didn't know about.

Stephen A. Smith from ESPN, was behaving like a political activist during his latest public speaking event, held at the Impact Symposium at Vanderbilt University. The…

Black Republicans Tim Scott, Mia Love and Will Hurd won their respective races on election day. Will the GOP be able to strategically use these politicians to…

GOP political consultant Raynard Jackson is known for writing articles with a distinctly conservative flair – Frederick Douglass, not Ronald Reagan. His latest piece, comparing…