When the man in the Oval Office impugned the war dead, calling them “suckers” and “losers,” it’s easy to recall the countless number of brave men and women who sacrificed their lives in the fight against an enemy.
Lots of fanfare and whoop-de-doo from Trump as two Gulf States—Bahrain and the UAE—signed an agreement Tuesday, Sept. 15, to normalize their relations with Israel.
Last week we featured Judge Constance Baker Motley and with the focus now on Judge William Henry Hastie Jr. we feel there is both gender and judicial balance.
When you have lied and defamed people as much as Trump has, it’s easy to believe the current reports that he privately disparaged the war dead, calling the deceased troops “suckers” and “losers.”
Constance Baker Motley nation’s first Black female federal judge
For a Democratic governor and for the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin to ask Trump to reconsider his visit is like extending him an open invitation.
Two weeks ago on the Jeff Santos radio show, it was my pleasure to share airtime with Gaylon White, author of three baseball books, including Singles and Smiles—How Artie Wilson Broke Baseball’s Color Barrier.
Opening night at the 2020 Republican National Convention featured several prominent African Americans, none more outspoken and rhetorically consistent a Republican than Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.
A little over a month after Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz) was gunned down in the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights on Feb. 21, 1965, Donald J. Harris––Kamala Harris’s father––composed an insightful tribute to him in the Kingston Sunday Gleaner, a Jamaican newspaper.
Among the rewarding moments from Michelle Obama’s keynote at the opening of the virtual Democratic National Convention on Monday, Aug 17, was her stinging indictment of the Trump, her way of getting under his skin and massaging the nation’s pressing issues.