Post Tagged with: "Romney"
A controversial new article contending that the GOP’s history precludes it from being inclusive of nonwhites asks whether the party has a future in America.
In the latest development, John Schnatter's not budging on his decision to cut employees' hours and raise pizza prices—while passing blame to Obamacare—despite a growing boycott of Papa John’s.
Youth and diversity trumped baby boomers and heterogeneous voting blocks.
This swing state’s politicians have a new way to suppress voter rights.
What should you do when one of your leaders makes a controversial statement? Mitt Romney faces that question after a candidate he is very publicly supporting said “God intended” pregnancy after rape.
Women’s votes could swing the presidential election, yet both President Obama and Gov. Romney don’t get the benefits of feminine—and inclusive—leadership styles.
Does traditionally low voter turnout explain why Obama and Romney are neglecting Latinos’ top concerns?
Luke Visconti’s column on Mitt Romney’s 47 percent remark sparked a heated debate among our readers
DiversityInc’s CEO is asked an interesting question about Gov. Mitt Romney and former President Ronald Reagan.