Friday, January 24, 2020

Tag: Politics

Winthrop Poll: Majority of Black Americans Feel...

Over three-fourths of Black Americans believe racial minorities are under attack in the U.S., according to a recent Winthrop University survey. The latest Winthrop poll,...

35 Years After the Formation of the...

Thirty-five years ago, Black nationalists met to launch the National Black Independent Party. The party was formed out of frustrations with both the Democratic...

8 Facts About the Life of Benjamin...

His Early Life  Benjamin F. Randolph (1820 – October 16, 1868) was born free in Kentucky and moved to Ohio where he would go on to...

Zimbabwe’s Grace Mugabe Enters Politics, Zanu-PF...

The wife of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has entered politics after she was   endorsed to become head of the ruling Zanu-PF party's women's...

Black Women: A Forceful Presence in the...

A new study, “Status of Black Women in American Politics” finds that while Black women have strong leadership qualities and circumstances often groom them...

Nevada Politician Pushes for Texting While Walking...

No we didn’t make a typo and no this isn’t a joke. Nevada assemblyman Harvey Munford’s latest bill proposal would ban walking while texting. Assembly...

The Sequester Puts Fiscal Cliff to Shame:...

Many Americans haven’t even heard the term “sequester” before but it could possibly pose a greater threat than the fiscal cliff – so why...

Young Girl Killed Same Day Her Sister...

The violence plaguing Chicago is raging on as a teenage girl was killed on the very same day her sister sat behind President Obama...

102-Year Old Haitian Woman Added to Michelle...

Desiline Victor, a dedicated 102-year-old Obama supporter, has nabbed a special invitation to see President Obama’s State of the Union Address after becoming the...

Obama Returns to Chicago to Address Gun...

President Barack Obama will be returning to his adopted hometown of Chicago on Friday to talk about his plans to reform gun control laws...

Atlanta’s ‘Living Walls’ Public Art Isn’t...

There is a 130-foot-long by 17-foot-high swatch of gray paint on a concrete retaining wall at the University Avenue exit off the Downtown Connector. The...

Incumbents Ruled the Day in Georgia Elections

With all 352 Fulton County precincts reporting and all but one county reporting statewide, incumbents ruled the general election Tuesday. In the presidential race, incumbent...

Anti-Obama Documentary Filmmaker Fighting Lawsuit by Film’s...

Dinesh D’Souza says legal action by a fellow producer of the anti-Obama film 2016: Obama’s America claiming that he misappropriated money and broke contracts “contains many false...

No Let Up for Charles Rangel After...

In the aftermath of their heated primary battle, Representative Charles B. Rangel and his strongest challenger, State Senator Adriano Espaillat, look less like combatants...

Pres. Obama’s Weakening Grip on Young Voters...

Maria Verdugo, a 20-year-old graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, barely remembers the presidential election of 2008 — the one that spawned...

Roland Martin: Florida Preparing to Deny Citizens...

It wouldn't be an election year without the state of Florida exhibiting its usual despicable efforts to keep its residents from voting. After the 2000...