Here are some of the articles and stories I'm most proud of.
Crime rates are high among African Americans, but it has nothing to do with "blackness."
An implicit network, not overt racism, keeps tech writing dominated by white men.
Our governing document creates no right to vote. It’s time it did.
President Obama's lackluster performance on judicial nominations will have huge blowback on liberals if he isn't reelected.
Liberals are counting on population trends to doom Republicans to a long-term minority. They shouldn’t.
How the controversy at the University of Virginia reflects the broad shift in our national values.
Those who believe the former Massachusetts governor would become a moderate once in office are wrong.
Challenging the idea that the Millenial generation doesn’t have its own problems with race and racism.
A look at the factors that keep black politicians from climbing to the top of American politics.
In filming The Hunger Games as a straightforward adaptation, director Gary Ross misses a chance to comment on class and inequality.
The definition of “white” will grow and expand as the country diversifies.
An evening spent with Newt Gingrich and his supporters as they celebrated his win in the South Carolina Republican primary.
South Carolina Republicans want to vote for an archconservative, but can they agree on one?
A review of In Time, the science fiction movie from Gattaca director Andrew Niccol.
White Democratic elected officials have vanished from Dixie. Can Southern Dems rebound as a black-and-brown party?
Obama has made fewer judicial nominations than any president in recent history – with disastrous consequences.