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WILLIAMS: Romney and Bain Capital

How much does the public truly understand about the inner working of Bain Capital Group beyond the sound bites? Published January 22, 2012

WILLIAMS: Facing our problems

The black community faces, collectively, a series of problems, each related to the others, intertwined, each compounding one another, and we must face them all together; we, as a nation, cannot ignore any of them. Published January 15, 2012

WILLIAMS: The slow collapse of America's economic might

One of the foundations of the American Dream has always been the hope of someday purchasing one's own home. In the past, however, it took nearly a lifetime of sacrifice before most people could afford to do so. Published January 8, 2012

WILLIAMS: 2012: An upheaval of monumental proportions

This year will culminate in a presidential election that I think will mark the beginning of a political upheaval of both parties. Expect jarring aftershocks come November that will reverberate throughout the country well into 2013. What results from those elections in terms of what sets this country on the right path again is murky, like swamp water. But change is a comin', and our elected leaders had better pay attention this time. Published January 1, 2012

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WILLIAMS: Seniors vs. the younger generation

The enigma that our country faces regarding seniors is whether senior citizens should be subsidized by the work of young people as well as whether seniors really need special discounts. Published December 18, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Republicans unreliable on tort reform

Conservatives cannot allow Republican lawmakers to soften or defect on the party's fundamental principles or, worse, align with those who are diametrically opposed to everything the GOP stands for: Free enterprise, reasonable taxes, limited government and tort reform. Yes, tort reform. Published December 11, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Recall Congress 2012

Last month's ignominious failure of the deficit reduction committee to put forward even a basic outline for fiscal austerity leaves America shaking its head in shame, and what amazed me was the seeming lack of shame the committee members exhibited. Published December 4, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Jon Corzine's reckless governance

Did the great Jon Corzine not learn from the greatest financial meltdown seen in the U.S. economy? The answer is simple, here is another example to the entrusted "gambling with other people's money." Published November 20, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Can Cain explain?

The backlash Herman Cain is receiving has little to do with the fact that he's a Republican, nothing to do with his skin color and everything to do with the fact that the media in the age of Twitter report first and ask questions later. Published November 6, 2011

WILLIAMS: The top of the hour is the time for prosperity

Countries and regions of the world are defined by the political ideologies they espouse. As different as these ideologies are, they all reside on the same spectrum, a circular spectrum like a clock; if you go far enough to the right or the left you will eventually end up in the same place. Published October 30, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Cain's common sense, moxie impress

Last week's Republican presidential debate hosted by Bloomberg and The Washington Post at Dartmouth College continued to write an emerging story line of this election cycle. Published October 16, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Falling home values still straining families

Since 2000, there has been a precipitous 10 percent decline in the marriage rate among 25- to 34-year-olds. In 2009, the marriage rate among that age group dropped below 50 percent for the first time in our nation's history. Published October 9, 2011

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WILLIAMS: Palestinian statehood would be diplomatic disaster

The world is abuzz with the possibility of a United Nations vote to recognize a Palestinian state. Should this vote take place, it would be a disgrace and a diplomatic debacle for Israel, the Palestinians and the United States. Published September 25, 2011

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WILLIAMS: More thoughts on 9/11

Watching all the network specials and tributes commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11 proved something very powerful to me — I'll never be "over it." Published September 18, 2011

WILLIAMS: Nigerian film industry building a nation

This is my first visit to the land of Nigeria, and no amount of briefing could ever prepare one for this vast oasis of people and the incredible intellectual and business capital in this part of the world. Published September 11, 2011

WILLIAMS: Rich and poor

Perhaps one of the most misunderstood minorities today is not racial or ethnic. In fact, the minority I'm referring to comes with people of every race, color, creed and religion - the wealthy. Make no mistake about it. Building wealth is one of the most difficult things someone can do, which is why so few people do it. How few? Published September 4, 2011