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Vincent Williams

Guest Contributor

Vincent Williams appears in the following:

Vincent Williams: When the scary becomes the stupid: Obama satire in the New Yorker

Monday, July 14, 2008

So... the New Yorker cover... Barack Obama's wearing the Somali garb, Michelle Obama has a huge afro, donned in black militant fatigues and, uh-oh, they're giving each other that strange greeting called "dap." Hey, it's the New Yorker. They do satire. Of course Obama's campaign ...

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Vincent Williams on Obama's Father's Day message: Yes, we should be doing this anyway

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

When Barack Obama discussed fatherhood and, specifically, black fatherhood on Father’s Day, he was, of course, opening a can of worms. As he rattled off the grim statistics about how many African-American children are being raised without their fathers and the effect that absence is having on their lives, I could almost feel large sections of the black community tightening up.
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Guest blogger Vincent Williams: The end of the world... yawn

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

The world is looking like it’s about to end at any moment, there’s no zeitgeist that seems to suggest anyone is that worried. What’s the deal with that?
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Guest blogger Vincent Williams, with more phrases worth retiring

Friday, May 02, 2008

When I was in high school, I had an English teacher that I think about when issues of language arise...
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Guest blogger Vincent Williams: And blacks will vote for...

Monday, April 28, 2008

Well, now that we’ve finally moved on from the Pennsylvania primary, and all of the media attention paid to the white working class, the most important bloc of voters, like, ever, to Pennsylvania, we’re moving on to North Carolina. And I can’t wait to have the same lavish, dare I say, slavish attention paid to me, the black voter.
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