Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Tag: Bill Clinton

Whoopi Goldberg Defends Aretha Franklin’s Family on...

Comedienne Whoopi Goldberg had choice words for critics upset over Minister Louis Farrakhan's presence at the funeral of soul legend Aretha Franklin last week. Farrakhan,...

Steve Harvey Has Fans In Their Feelings...

Leave it to Steve Harvey to share a hilarious story about how he got to meet Michael Jackson. His humorous post put fans in their feelings. In a throwback segment...

JAY-Z Finds Creative Way to Let World...

Today, Sept. 4, marks a special day in the #BeyHive. Queen Beyoncé turns 36. Bey, who has been performing since she was a child, starting...

9 of the Most Racist Americans In...

By Ibram X. Kendi It seems as if everyone — except his racist supporters — are recognizing the obvious: Donald Trump is a racist. But...

CNN Commentator Perfectly Sums up the Awful History...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_Ya3s0IAoI In an interview with CNN, political commentator Angela Rye berates Hillary Clinton for her use of the term “super predator” in the 1990s. Rye...

In the Wake of Philly Confrontation with...

After the condescending remarks he made during his confrontation with Black Lives Matter protesters in Philadelphia last week, former President Bill Clinton has emerged...

From Donald Trump to Bill and Hillary...

Many people have expressed disgust for the recent hate speech that has become prevalent in the 2016 election campaigns, particularly on the Republican side....

Bill Clinton Flips the Script in Clash...

Former President Bill Clinton was on the campaign trail this week, and when confronted by #BlackLivesMatter activists for his crime policies as president, he...

Black Voters Aren’t ‘Feeling the Bern,’ New...

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders may be running neck-and-neck in the Democratic primary with Hillary Clinton, but he is not winning over Black voters. According to...

With 1 in Every 10 Black Males...

Speaking at the NAACP National Convention in Philadelphia on July 15, former President Bill Clinton apologized to Black America for signing the 1994 Omnibus...

Henry Johnson, Black World War I Hero,...

In 1918 during World War I, Germany was getting the better of France, so much so that United States Gen. John Pershing loaned troops—the...

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: The ‘Baltimore Uprising Is Not...

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Hall of Fame former NBA player who won six championships and transformed the game with his patented “sky hook,” underwent quadruple coronary...

US Economy Continues Strong Growth, But Obama...

The success of U.S. presidents over time is frequently linked to the success of the economy under their tenure, but not so much with...

Bill Clinton, Film Mogul Launch Project to...

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Sunday toured a peanut depot in central Haiti that is part of a new enterprise aimed at helping...

Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey Give Heartfelt Speeches...

First lady Michelle Obama, media mogul Oprah Winfrey and many other influential figures flocked to Wake Forest University on Saturday for a memorial service...

Documents Reveal Clinton Administration’s Responses to Criticism...

Newly released documents from the Clinton presidential library reveal how the administration worked to explain the often-criticized U.S. response to genocide in Rwanda. Documents preparing...

Oprah Winfrey Encounters Racism in Switzerland, Honored...

Oprah Winfrey has experienced the worst type of judgment and named as recipient of the highest civilian honor all within a few weeks: She...

Man Who Shot Romney “47 Percent” Video...

The man behind the now infamous video of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” comments has stepped forward to explain his motivations for...

Film: Who Blocked AIDS Drugs From Reaching...

Continuing our highlights of films scheduled to screen at month's Sundance Film Festival, here's a clip from a feature documentary that will compete in the World...

Three Years Later, Haitian Recovery Efforts Stumble

It has been almost three years since the earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12 2010. However, despite billions in international aid, hundreds of...