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HUD and budget cuts

A little more than 50 years ago, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development was formed.

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A friendship strengthened

The White House recently released a transcript of remarks made by Vice President Mike Pence.

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Frederick Douglass, an alternative truth

Who was Frederick Douglass? More importantly, why does Frederick Douglass matter to today’s America? These questions are not merely rhetorical, as the recent controversy surrounding President Trump’s Black History Month statement illustrate.

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President Trump’s State of the Union address

In his first year leading the nation, President Donald Trump has achieved numerous victories and delivered huge benefits to the American people.

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Trump must pair positive policies with respectful rhetoric to win support from the Black community

In a recent White House meeting with congressional leaders to discuss immigration reform, Donald Trump reportedly asked...

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The Trump foreign policy: year one

As the completion of the Trump administration’s first year comes into focus, it is difficult to sift through the loud drumbeat of Russian collusion and the endless noise that emanates from the mainstream media about the shortcoming and failures of the Trump administration.

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A revolutionary new solution for mental health care

The United States of America is an amazing place, where the power of ingenuity is on full display every day.

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Justice Department unwilling to allow minority ownership to advance

As one of only two African-American TV station licensees in the country, I recently wrote the Federal Communications Commission voicing strong support for the advancement of minority ownership and diversity.

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Moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem is the right move

Sometimes it is hard to do the right thing, but that doesn’t make it any less right.

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North Korea and history are the best teachers for influencing our actions

We the people need our leaders to elevate the discussion about options, short of all-out war, as the administration navigates our way through the vexing North Korean issue.

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