D.C. City Council Corruption Report Card

With an upcoming mayoral election D.C. residents have a chance to vote out corruption and we have a comprehensive Council corruption report card here for you. More »

Why Are African Americans Not Voting Republican?

President Obama won the 2012 election overwhelming with the black vote despite declining conditions for blacks, but just why are blacks refusing to vote GOP? More »

Fox News Refuses to Attack Nelson Mandela and Here’s Why

Nelson Mandela died last Thursday and has generally been accepted as a hero across the globe, except for many Republicans. Fox News however has refused to attack his legacy and here\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s why. More »

Just What Does $500,000 Buy in Washington, DC?

The average home in Washington, DC sold for more than $800,000 just a few months ago, up $149,527 from last year, but don’t fret, if your budget caps off at $500,000, there are plenty of options for you to join the D.C. real estate market. - See more at: http://thedcpundit.com/just-what-does-500000-buy-in-washington-dc/#sthash.pTYzF0VT.dpuf More »

 

Is DC Mayor Vince Gray Looking to Stage a Marion Barry Type Comeback?

Vincent Gray Marion Barry

Vincent Gray, the mayor of Washington, DC recently lost the Democratic nomination to be re-elected on April 1st to Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser. Following the election we had the idea that the successor of his Ward 7 Council seat

Doug Gansler Says Healthcare is a Right but Fails to Insure His Staff

Doug Gansler

Maryland gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Doug Gansler recently released a new commercial stating that healthcare is a right. As noble of an idea as that it, the ironic part is that he has failed to insure his own staff.

DC Mayor Vince Gray Loses Re-Election Bid Amidst Scandal

VInce Gray Loses Re-Election

This week, DC Mayor Vince Gray lost his seat in the primary election with 32 percent of the vote to Democratic nominee and ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser‘s 44 percent. Despite Bowser winning, it seemed as though US Attorney for

D.C. Is Screwed in This Mayor’s Race and Here’s Why

2014 DC Mayoral Race #DCision14

Election day is Tuesday, April 1st for the Mayor of Washington, DC, with leading contenders being Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser and incumbent, Mayor Vincent Gray. The election has largely been about ethics, highlighting allegations of corruptions that have clouded

Is Maryland Ready for a Black Republican Governor?

Charles Lollar

In recent years the state of Maryland has seen a County Executive go to prison for accepting bribes and ordering his wife to flush the cash down the toilet, a current Governor promoted from being mayor of the worst city

Is DC Mayor Vince Gray Paying Off the Media for Good Press?

Vince Gray Possibly Pays for Good Press

Washington, D.C. Mayor Vince Gray had a rocky start to his mayorship, from the $650,000+ shadown campaign of illegal donations which has been under investigation for three years to financing the campaign of mayoral candidate Sulaiman Brown paying him to

Why Are African Americans Not Voting Republican?

Black Republican

President Barack Obama won the African American vote by far in the 2012 election, such a high margin it isn’t worth listing the percentage. This is partly because of a black presidential candidate. Even if Barack Obama wasn’t running and

Edward Snowden Reportedly Hiding in Russia Living on Ramen Noodles and Chips

Edward Snowden

United States fugitive Edward Snowden who famously leaked national intelligence secrets just gave a 14 hour interview to the Washington post declaring his “mission is already accomplished” and he has “already won.” He now believes that the challenge is to

[VIDEO] Santa Claus Gets Shot in Southeast Washington while Giving Away Toys

Santa Shot in DC for Christmas Eve

Today in Southeast Washington during a toy giveaway Christmas Eve in the Barry Farms housing project, a man dressed as Santa Claus was shot down with a pellet gun. The D.C. police statement stated that after hearing a popping sound

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Released from Hospital After Bout with Exhaustion

Harry Reid

This morning Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wasn’t feeling well according to his spokesperson Adam Jentleson and as a precaution he decided to go to the hospital. “Tests have been conducted and everything is normal,” Jentleson said. “He is alert,