Dr. Jason Johnson is Politics Editor for The Source and an Associate Professor of political science and communication at Hiram College. His articles and media appearances are available at <a href="http://drjasonjohnson.com">drjasonjohnson.com</a>

Cliven Bundy Racism Exposes The “Cattle Battle” Fraud

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  After weeks of spouting off about land rights and the constitution Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy popped the cork on the racism bubbling right beneath the surface of his stand – off with the federal government. And in barely a few hours everyone on the right wing from Senators to political pundits who days […]

Game of Thrones Getting the Rap Treatment from Wale, Common and Daddy Yankee

On Friday HBO will release a mix-tape featuring 10 Hip-Hop and Latin Music artists to promote the Season 4 premiere of their hit show “Game of Thrones”.  Album, which will be called “Catch the Thrones” will be available for free online will feature Daddy Yankee, Big Boi, Common, Wale, Bodega Bamz and others dropping lyrics […]

Breaking out of the Black Love Racket with NBA All Stars


  I both love and hate this time of year. Valentine’s Day falls on a weekend, there is love in the air as everyone prepares for high end dates, magical short trips, taking casual friendship one step further and of course marriage proposals. That’s the best part about Valentine’s Day, but the other side, is […]

To Be Young Black Republican and Ignored

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When I set out to write about the newly started College Republican Chapter at Morehouse College I had images of furious conservatives in my mind. Wild eyed undergraduates with a bible in one hand and Ayn Rand in the other running around campus like Dap at the end of School Daze screaming “Wake Up” from […]

Utah School Throws out Kid’s Lunches to Teach Parents a Lesson

“Remember when my first meal was school lunch, Now I spit 16 straight with no punch” Danny Brown – “Grown-Up” Roughly 50 million American school children qualify for reduced school lunches every day in the United States. And that doesn’t count the millions more whose parents or guardians that are struggling but are too proud […]