When Roland Martin was at the Democratic National Convention, he talked to his fraternity brother, actor, author and activist Hill Harper. Harper is also pretty close to Pres. Barack Obama. They were classmates at Harvard Law School and have been friends for 20 years. Harper told Roland how he sees this year’s election. Now … [...]
Roland Martin talks with Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Hughes and actress and AIDS activist Sheryl Lee Ralph about politics, the 2012 presidential election and so much more.
What a week in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Democratic National Convention! Will Friday’s jobs report, the convention and the speeches have a major impact on the 2012 election? This weeks Washington Watch roundtable features Joan Walsh, editor at large for Salon.com; Armstrong Williams, political commentator and host of “The Armstrong Williams Show;” political scientist [...]
While in Charlotte, Roland Martin took the “Washington Watch” cameras to the DNC to talk with some cool folks and to give you the feeling of what it is like to be on the floor during those big speeches. So, check out the Roland cam. MR. MARTIN: Folks, I’ve been going to political conventions since [...]
By Roland S. Martin Editor-in-Chief RolandMartinReports.com When thousands of Democrats descended on Charlotte the weekend of Labor Day, the spirit of the party faithful could very well be summed up by the title of a wonderful song by Joe Sample and Lalah Hathaway, “When Your Life Was Low.” Political conventions really are highly orchestrated affairs [...]
In a rousing speech before the DNC that was vintage Bill Clinton, the former president criticized President Barack Obama’s Republican challengers saying he didn’t know whether to laugh or cry at some of their attacks. (Sept. 5)
CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux talks with BET founder Bob Johnson about business and politics. WATCH:
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Former U.S. President Bill Clinton addresses the DNC, Wednesday, while endorsing President Obama’s policies on health care and the economy.
Source: Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten / The Washington Post Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel — a legendary fundraiser and political strategist before he won elected office — has dropped his honorary chairmanship of the Obama campaign to help raise big-dollar contributions, so that Democrats can compete with what is emerging as a clear GOP fundraising [...]
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick rallies the Democrats and tells them its time to “stand up” for what they believe. WATCH: