Harlem is known all over the world as the historic capital of African-American culture.
Orlando, Newtown. San Bernardino. Aurora. The names of these cities have become synonymous with the devastation of the gun epidemic in our country.
President Trump, in his continuing attempt to demolish every vestige of the Obama administration, unleashed two missiles of destruction this week.
We were not at the exciting Second Annual People’s Summit this past weekend in Chicago.
Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement that was signed by 196 countries in 2015 threatens to devastate struggling developing nations in Africa, developing nations throughout the world and the entire planet.
With each tweet from our twerp of a president, the nation and world become more imperiled.
The perplexing problem President Trump presents us is where do we start in our demand to remove him from office—the growing cry for impeachment, his abominable budget plans and determination to roll back Obama’s affordable health care, the recent tour ...
Democracy is being challenged in America, and it appears the rule of law does not apply to President Trump and his administration.
In his speech last Sunday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, President Trump, after saying he was not there to lecture the leaders of more than 50 Muslim countries, did just that.
Declaring independence from the policies and practices of President Trump
In the wake of the firing of FBI director James Comey, and the letter he received from President Trump, we have composed a letter of termination to Trump.
Many pundits, and certainly a horde of President Trump’s supporters, are quick to cut him some slack when it comes to his governmental deficiencies.
It all depends on which side of the political fence you are on, which will determine if you think Trump is doing an exceptional job his first 100 days in office.
No, we were not in the streets the other day when thousands of Americans marched, demanding President Trump release his tax returns to the public.