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Sotyu said a white farmer who dragged a black farmworker behind his bakkie got off with a fine of R10 000. In contrast, when a black worker killed a white farmer he was jailed for life. "So we are saying that those are politics of racism because our
Keith Richburg, The Washington Post's China correspondent covering Beijing and Shanghai, said professional journalists are responsible for the verification of information to make sure that it is accurate. They act as a filter on what information
Christina Romer, the economic adviser of Obama administration, is going to resign. Her resignation will leave the economic team without two of its top players. Christina Romer, who has been the backbone of President Obama'
Tea Party movement, criticism of the way the Obama administration has handled its voter-intimidation investigation of the New Black Panther Party , the firing and rehiring of Shirley Sherrod , and a Wall Street Journal opinion column by Sen. James
Digby as usual has a wonderful rundown of everything that's been wrong with the treatment of Shirley Sherrod (her contrast between the courage and grit of Sherrod and her attackers is inspired; scroll to the end.) She does a better job than I did
the one thing that gave this latest tea party rally more buzz and juice than others held here in the recent past -- was the one thing Mr. Breitbart wouldn't talk about: the crudely edited video of Shirley Sherrod, a formerly obscure African-American
The disaster that is the Shirley Sherrod case continues to swirl out of control, damaging whoever it touches. If you've been living under a stone the last week or so, you might never have heard of Sherrod, once a minor functionary at the U.S...
Bloggers, anchors Kyra Philliips and John Roberts decided, should be subject to some sort of gatekeeper of the internet, whose job it would be to monitor and regulate the speech that's conducted on the internet. "There's going to have to be a point
Former U.S. Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod announced on Thursday that she will pursue a lawsuit against conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart. Breitbart released a heavily edited tape of Sherrod speaking at a
Adams, whose family first acquired farmland in 1938 as part of FDR's New Deal , has suffered a heart attack and high blood pressure as he has struggled to maintain his land...The loans he was approved for would come in too late to properly plant