Much of the domestic and international critique of Trump’s unusual and unilateral decision to assassinate top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani center around two issues.
Donald J. Trump took the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017 and became the 45th president of the United States.
Each year we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of this nation’s greatest intellectuals and champions for racial equity and class consciousness.
In Trump’s world––with his wacky, narcissistic outlook in which he has fallen in love with himself––nothing seems to matter, particularly if it has anything to do with facts or the truth.
The children of the diaspora are being called home, around the world, and they cannot hear the call. Africa is the richest continent on the planet, and many African Americans do not understand that they are Africans.
It seems like the world is on fire, literally and figuratively.
There are perhaps no two themes that signal the political division among Americans more saliently than guns and religion.
The college football season was exciting. It had a lot of highlights and unbelievable moments. One-handed catches and defensive stops were served up to us throughout the season.
The “wag the dog” term means to distract attention away from a political scandal, often through military action.
As usual Trump has made this week’s column a no-brainer, which is also an indication of his thinking capacity.
The needs of the poor are not a huge topic of discussion on the presidential campaign trail.
Kwanzaa was created in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Karenga, professor and chairmen of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach.
Christmas is now over. The celebrations were wonderful, and families gathered for a good time. The holiday cookies have been eaten. They’re gone! The television advertisements touting sales of all types have mercifully come to an end.
A review of the year under the Trump administration is to return to the poem of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, to the several days of Kwanzaa and other literary and festive occasions that have nothing at all to do with Trump.
Another news cycle brings with it the news of yet another anti-Semitic attack targeting America’s Jewish community, as well as a fresh attack on Christian worshippers at a church in Texas.