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  1. NAACP stays silent on attacks against black conservatives

    Alvin Holmes calls Justice Clarence Thomas 'Uncle Tom'

  2. Separate and unequal? NAACP silent on Tim Scott comments

    Niger Innis, Richard Fowler debate the organization's stance

  3. Why won't the NAACP denounce Rev. William Barber?

    Barber is accusing conservatives of using African Americans to help cause

  4. 'Dummy'? Sen. Tim Scott fires back at NAACP's insult

    Exclusive: Republican senator on 'The Kelly File'

  5. Sen. Tim Scott: NAACP official’s comments about GOP and minorities are ‘ridiculous’

    Sen. Tim Scott told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Thursday night he finds the recent accusation by North Carolina NAACP Director Rev. William Barber that the GOP uses...

  6. Success Academy parents vs. New York charter school bullies

    On Monday, March 17, 19 parents who send their children to Success Academy, a Harlem charter school, filed suit in federal court to stop New York Mayor Bill de Blasi...

  7. KKK organizer pays $50 to join NAACP

    A secret meeting between a representative of the Wyoming chapter of the NAACP and a Ku Klux Klan organizer ended with the Klan organizer paying $50 to join the civil...

  8. NAACP ripped for demanding federal probe of rodeo clown dressed as Obama

    Calls by the Missouri chapter of the NAACP for a federal investigation into a rodeo clown who donned a President Obama mask at the state fair last week are misguided...

  9. Former NAACP Chair: Tea Party is "Stalinist Religion"

    Former NAACP Chairman Julian Bond is on with Alan and calls the Tea Party a "Stalinist religion" and its members "Cafeteria Christians".

  10. Biographical information on NAACP President Benjamin Jealous

    NAACP President Benjamin Jealous, who boosted the finances and increased the stability of the nation's largest civil rights organization, plans to step down at the e...

  11. NAACP President Benjamin Jealous credited with boosting finances at civil rights organization

    Outgoing NAACP President and CEO Ben Jealous is planning to further discuss his decision to step down at the end of the year.Jealous has scheduled a conference call ...

  12. About 140 protesters arrested during NAACP protest outside North Carolina Legislative Building

    About 140 people have been arrested during the latest weekly demonstration led by the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP against the state's Republican-led General ...

  1. Arkansas Dem running for governor files complaint against party for 'unfair treatment'

    An Arkansas Democratic candidate for governor reportedly filed a complaint against her state and local party after they allegedly barred her from speaking at an upco...

  2. IRS fines Ron Paul's group for not handing over donor list

    Paul: We have law, morality on our side

  3. The Lois Lerner files: A partisan bureaucrat at work

    The House Ways and Means Committee  released a letter  Wednesday detailing what it believes to be criminal misconduct by Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the ...

  4. Lesson has schoolkids comparing Martin Luther King to cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal

    A lesson plan asking students to draw parallels between late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal is an “absolute disg...

  5. Hannity on latest ObamaCare delay, quest for NAACP apology

    Sean Hannity and Greta on Rush Limbaugh's explosive response to new ObamaCare delay, whether the Affordable Care Act will ever work and the confrontation with one NAACP official over his comments about Sen. Tim Scott and conservatives of color

  6. NC NAACP head: Sen. Tim Scott a 'ventriloquist' dummy for right wing

    Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., said on “The Kelly File” Tuesday that he was the target of “philosophical bigotry” over the weekend when the head of the North Carolina chapt...

  7. Prosecutors drop charges against South Carolina NAACP president Randolph just before trial

    Prosecutors have dropped disorderly conduct, trespassing and resisting arrest charges against South Carolina NAACP Lonnie Randolph the same day his trial was set to ...

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