Washington Watch with Roland Martin

Roland Martin discusses the importance of breaking the shackles of debt, establishing good credit and personal finance.

Roland Martin sits down with Tom Joyner to discuss the twelfth year of the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage, charitable giving and the launch of HBCUs Online. WATCH:

The United Nations moved forward on a no-fly zone resolution in Libya and military action has begun to protect civilians on the ground. Despite international pressure on Gadhafi, President Obama has received a lot of criticism saying that he has not done enough while others believe he has gone too far. The U.S. seems to […]

Roland Martin talks with Dr. Arjun Makhijani about the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan, U.S. nuclear energy policy and if a similar crisis can happen on American soil. WATCH:

Social media played a huge role in the uprising in Egypt. Smokey Fontaine joins Roland Martin on Washington Watch from News One’s New York headquarters via the HP SkyRoom with that story and more. WATCH:

With millions of Americans out of work, don’t you think it sounds pretty stupid to have Sen. John Kyl and Sen. Jim DeMint complaining about having to work around the Christmas holidays? Seriously. These two senators have complained that Sen. Harry Reid has them working during the Christmas break, because they say it’s unfair with […]

If President Obama wants to focus on the 2012 presidential campaign, he is going to have to shore up his base. Everyone keeps saying he has to move to the center in order to appeal to independents, to appeal to conservative Democrats. But Roland Martin says President Obama has to focus on his base. WATCH: […]

Congressman James Clyburn appears on Washington Watch to discuss the new political landscape in Washington DC, how Democrats can return to the majority and if Nancy Pelosi should  be the House Minority Leader. WATCH: James Clyburn: Road Back To The Majority Runs Through Minorities

Voters say they want officials in Washington to work together; yet, they elect officials from the extremes who will not work together. Is this a perfect example of the American voters saying one thing and doing another, or are they absolutely delusional when it comes to politics? WATCH:

The election results on Tuesday are a bitter pill for the President and his supporters to swallow. To be essentially routed by the Republican Party from top to bottom goes beyond humbling; it’s a wholesale rejection of the Democratic Party and, by extension, many of the policies championed by President Obama. Roland Martin details four […]