We haven’t been asked to join the lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and its secretary Ben Carson, but we would welcome that opportunity.
Now that Trump has dumped the Iran nuclear deal, one of the centerpieces of the Obama administration, he can deal the former president another blow—a more appreciative one—if he moves to pardon the great heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson.
It seems like each week there is a different male celebrity accused of sexual harassment and/or sexual assault.
Social media are rampant with various opinions of Kanye West, Michelle Wolf and a coterie of bloggers, all of whom in some way are connected to Trump’s pernicious, bombastic ravings.
In our story this week on Trump and his traumas we omitted one simple question: Will Michael Cohen flip?
Distraction, interdiction and contradiction are key elements of Trump’s political strategy, and each of them was in full force this past week.
March Madness is clearly in the rear view mirror, but the inanities continue to swirl around the Oval Office, some of it literarily and figuratively hot.
Trump’s toxic mix of arrogance and ignorance was once again on display a few days ago with his ignorance in command this time on illegal immigration.
“Ass Clown” is how one New York tabloid characterized Trump after porn star Stormy Daniels’ allegations that she had him drop his pants and spanked him with a magazine with his picture on the cover.
“Fake News,” “No Collusion,” “Crooked Hillary,” “Lying James Comey” and “Witch hunt.” From these telltale Tweets you know the author immediately.
Call it a revolving door, a merry-go-round, a roulette wheel, or just Trump’s willy-nilly, haphazard leadership decisions from moment to moment, but there’s sure to be another cabinet member booted and sent packing.
There isn’t a better example of Trump’s hypocrisy, his deceit and mistrust than his expropriation of a Black cultural product to support his position on immigration.
Uh oh, our president has caught the superhero virus.
We are in the final leg of this year’s Black History Month, and 53 years ago Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz) was gunned down at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights.
Let us hope that in mentioning Donald Trump’s name in the same breath as Frederick Douglass’ name that the latter isn’t denigrated.