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Iranian presence in Syria is explosive for Israel

With the ever-growing ominous presence of Iran deeply embedded within Syria, you better believe that the State of Israel’s concern for its security is sharpening.

Cuomo 3.0

Governor Andrew Cuomo has done it again.

Legalize marijuana for all, not the select few

New York is more ready than ever to legalize adult-use cannabis.

The delusion of foreign drug importation

The Trump administration has just announced the formation of a working group at the Food and Drug Administration to study legalizing the importation of foreign-made drugs.

Prisoners strike across the country and the media are quiet

In the 2018 election, almost every candidate across the country agrees that there is a need for prison reform in the U.S. It is extremely ironic that a group of Black preachers would be invited to the White House for ...

Make America Great Again: Trump Must Go! #86

During an interview Tuesday, Trump asserted, “I don’t have an attorney general. It’s very sad.”

Career Pathways and Racial Equity: Another Way to Address School Segregation

I’ve been very vocal over the past few years on the appalling levels of segregation in our public school system.

What the Supreme Court Nomination Would Mean for Black Women?

With the confirmation process underway for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Black women have certainly been voicing our opposition. T

Embrace change

Today is Election Day and change is in the air.

The world stopped to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen

Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, Her Majesty the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, left this plane, but the world was blessed to experience and enjoy her talent and genius.

As city works to regulate Uber, access to taxis is better than ever before

New York City’s new law to regulate multibillion-dollar ridesharing companies such as Uber has been broadly supported by taxi and Uber drivers alike.

Beware of unions offering gifts: Patients are their collateral damage

By now, we are used to seeing our nation’s unions do everything that they can to put their interests ahead of the industries that they are trying to undercut.

I advocate for the formerly/currently incarcerated

I have worked in human services for many years with the hungry, homeless and formerly incarcerated.

An exciting time in City University’s history

Throughout the city this week, more than a quarter of a million students are beginning classes on the 25 campuses of The City University of New York, an annual ritual that reaffirms CUNY’s long-standing and inseparable connection with the city.

Make America Great Again—Trump Must Go! #85

We promised that we would get back to Bob Woodward’s book “Fear: Trump in the White House” after giving it a closer look.

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