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Jan. 12 (UPI) --The Congressional Black Caucus, condemning "racist statements" by Rep. Steve King, is calling on Republicans to remove him from committee assignments. The 69-year-old Republican, who ...
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The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has called for Iowa congressman Steve King to be removed from committees after he defended white supremacism in an interview. In a statement Saturday, CBC ...
The Congressional Black Caucus has called for Congressman Steve King to be removed from his committee assignments. This comes after King appeared to defend white nationalism. In a statement, the ...
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WASHINGTON, D.C., January 15, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – A pro-life congressman is under fire after he called out black colleagues for what he said was abandonment of unborn children. "My liberal friends, ...
The latest shoe to drop in the John Conyers saga has his fellow Democrats in the Congressional Black Caucus privately urging him to resign from the House of Representatives. The group's chairman, Rep. ...
Rep. Steve King discusses the fiftieth anniversary of the march for voting rights in Selma and the Congressional Black Caucus. He speaks with Bloomberg Politics’ Mark Halperin at the 2015 Iowa Ag ...
Thankfully for the president, he was in front of a friendly crowd: the Congressional Black Caucus remains a strong supporter of President Obama. In 2011 in London’s Westminster Abbey, President Obama ...
RSVPs were requested but not mandatory. So our people just showed up. Day Gardner, president of the power-packed National Black Pro-Life Union and pictured right, was one of those four. Gardner came ...