With Rev. Jeremiah Wright comes talk of race


WASHINGTON — Perhaps it wasn't how he hoped to make a splash, but TD Ameritrade founder J. Joe Ricketts hit the political big time this week when The New York Times reported that the Wyoming-based billionaire had

Jeremiah Wright shows that Obama has more to gain than Romney if race enters the 2012 campaign. Continue Reading Text Size – + reset Romney's campaign, irritated at what they saw as a distraction from their economic assault on the president,

Jeremiah Wright shows that Obama has more to gain than Romney if race enters the 2012 campaign. Continue Reading Text Size – + reset Romney's campaign, irritated at what they saw as a distraction from their economic assault on the president,

Wright was toxic in 2008. A look at why, four years later, it's not such a big deal anymore The proposed attack against President Obama's old ties to Rev. Jeremiah Wright are "ridiculous," says TIME, because after three-and-half years of Obama's term,

The New York Times reported on the anti-Obama ad, being pitched to Joe Ricketts, which featured references to everything from 9/11 to Reverend Jeremiah Wright. “The 54-page proposal was professionally bound and illustrated with color photographs,

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