Tag: Politics

by Staff - 1 month ago

Trump escalates feud with Corker

By Dan Merica President Donald Trump’s public feud with a top Republican on Capitol Hill has entered the name-calling phase. Sen. Bob Corker, the retiring Republican chair of the Senate foreign relations committee, has engaged in a heated bac...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Puerto Ricans fire back at Trump for critical tweets

By Ralph Ellis Puerto Ricans reacted harshly on Saturday to President Trump’s tweets that leaders of the hurricane-ravaged Caribbean island “want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort.” Several Puerto...

by Staff - 10 months ago

It’s Winter In America – Democrats Fail to Defend Democracy

By Dr. Wilmer J. Leon, III “Legislators represent people not trees or acres.. As long as ours is a representative form of government, and our legislatures are those instruments of government elected directly by and directly representative of the peo...

by Staff - 1 year ago

VP pick Kaine reflects character, competence and calm

On a rainy Saturday in January 2006, I drove five of my Hampton University journalism students 30 miles west to Williamsburg to witness the extraordinary: Because the state house in Richmond was being renovated, the inauguration of a new Virginia go...

by Staff - 1 year ago

Larry Wilmore – It’s Important to Understand Why

“Words alone do me no justice. So Mr. President, if I’m going to keep it a hundred; yo’ Barry, you did it my Nigga; you did it.” Larry Wilmore – White House Correspondents’ Dinner Comedian Larry Wilmore was the host of this years White House C...