Jack Dorsey and his big tech censorship by Twitter of the New York Post story on Hunter and Joe Biden is so egregious I have to speak up.
For so many American voters, participating in a U.S. election means going to the polls on the first Tuesday in November, watching the electoral returns on their favorite network, seeing which candidate gets over 270 Election College votes, and then ...
The Pew Research Center recently issued a report that found 6% of American adults––equaling around 15 million people––attended summer rallies to protest racial injustice.
When it comes to the truth, Trump practices social distancing, getting as far from it as possible.
We are now well into the COVID-19 Recession. Ten months into the coronavirus pandemic, an alarming number of households are struggling to put food on the table and make their rent payments.
It is now our time to vote! This election in the minds of many will go down in our history books as the election that saved the soul of our democracy.
No doubt you have heard that this presidential election is the most consequential since the Civil War era, and that, dear readers, is not fake news.
No one is immune from Trump’s virus of pugnacity, not even Attorney General William Barr or Republican senators Susan Collins of Maine, Ben Sasse of Nebraska or John Cornyn of Texas, and certainly not Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Ice Cube’s decision to meet with the current administration to discuss his much debated Contract with Black America with Trump’s advisers has enraged, “Black Twitter,” Liberals, Leftists and the PC crowd! But why should it?
Athletes are accustomed to winning and losing. Their minds are wired to compete. They are motivated and driven to win and to do their best.
We live in the era of Black Lives Matter, where every organization is falling over itself to be politically correct and avoid becoming a target of cancel culture over real or imagined discrimination against people of color.
Just a few weeks ago we heard of the harrowing story of women at detention camps in southern states in the United States being forcibly sterilized against their will.
COMMENTARY: The illness of King Donald, or why progressives cannot concede any ground to a sympathy vote for Trump
When word broke of the President and First Lady testing positive for Covid19, an image flashed into my mind.
"This year has also brought us too many examples of the dangers Black people can face in the course of going about their lives."
The December 12th Movement International Secretariat boldly calls on the United Nations for the immediate deployment of international observers to monitor the 2020 United States presidential elections.