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  • Buttigieg rebukes man: 'Racism has no place in American politics'

    Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg rebuked a man at an Iowa July Fourth barbecue for suggesting that Buttigieg "just tell the black people of South Bend to stop committing crime and doing drugs." "Sir, I think that racism is not going to help us get out of this," the South Bend, Indiana, mayor told David Begley, of Omaha, Nebraska. "The fact that a black person is four times as likely as a white person to be incarcerated for the exact same crime is evidence there's systemic...

  • African-American/not African-American

    How identity politics undercuts Democratic election efforts.
  • American Pride Hits New Low; Few Proud of Political System

    Americans' pride in the U.S. has hit its lowest historical point, 70%, including just 45% who are "extremely" proud. Democrats, liberals and young adults are the least proud among all major subgroups.