Sanford

The argument, first at a gas station and then outside a home, started over missing car keys. In the early hours of Monday
Some African Americans have argued with me that comparing the riots to the Arab Spring gives too much credence to the miscreant behavior of some black youths. But that's the problem. Inured to black suffering, we all have a double standard for African Americans.
So far at least, the healing message hasn't caught on with everybody. The tactics of police came under major criticism when
Fryer allegedly told police she woke up on the morning of Feb. 6 and found Gordon unresponsive. After failing to resuscitate
With all negativity in this world, if we can take different point of view, we will realize that there is actually a lot that we can and need to do if we want to make this world a better place to live in.
Whether they've transgressed with prostitutes, mistresses or tweets, this testosterone-driven trio has realized that we are a forgiving lot. Makes one wonder why so many of history's lowlifes didn't attempt to jump on the apologize-and-give-me-a-second chance bandwagon.
Many Sanford residents are frustrated, angry and deeply saddened over the verdict, and these emotions are connected to long-festering issues in the community. Such feelings cannot be swept aside. There must be room for people to express their views and for others to hear and feel them.
Jamsine Rand, an attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin, reacts to the not guilty verdict the jury returned in favor of George Zimmerman.
I don't know if any of the reporters covering George Zimmerman's trial saw the film 42, but if they had they would have learned something about the racist history of Sanford, Florida.
This poem wants to stand its ground, silence force with simple words, pray you alive, anyone's son -- tall boy, eye-smile, walk on home.
"I'm so excited about what I'm doing," said Diana. "Thanks to what I learned at PLTI, I've been able to get people in my
11. Mark Knopfler There is no shortage of people named either "Mark" or "Sanford" who we'd rather see hold public office
Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch and ex-Governor Mark Sanford just had their first head-to-head matchup in a closely-watched debate. In a tight race for South Carolina's 1st District, the stakes are high.
The DCCC ad buy signals heightened interest in the race from national Democrats, who appear to view Sanford as vulnerable
Sanford has said that he was just trying to watch the Super Bowl with his son. "I did indeed watch the second half of the
Bostic was endorsed this week by former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, and the two men campaigned together