I have redrawn my analysis of the 2016 presidential election cycle to its final, apocalyptic conclusion. It's not pretty.
At this time every year, there is always a flurry of well-deserved activity around the anniversary of Brother Malcolm's birth.
Is the country better or worse off? Is there anything in America's future that should make folks tremble?
As President Barack Obama takes his final White House victory lap — six months until Election Day, eight months and some change until the inauguration of his successor — I find that like many others, I am already beginning to ...
Spoiler alert. This article contains what some readers may consider to be a discussion of a revolting subject. We are now legislating latrines.
What can the public possibly learn from the 28 pages of secrets that have been hidden since 9/11 concerning the Saudi Arabian royal family's involvement and even possible support for the attackers?
Of all the millions of individual Americans who have already voted, volunteered time or donated money toward the selection of the 45th president of the U.S., there is probably none who is metaphorically “feeling the Bern” any more than Democratic ...
At the core of the tsunami of race-hatred directed at Black people, directed against Barack Obama, the first Black president of the U.S. and his family, there is unrepentant sin.
Although he has 10 months remaining in office and many challenges ahead, I'm already feeling nostalgic ahead of the time when Barack Obama is not president of the United States.
Good advice to anyone who finds him/herself in a hole: Stop digging!
It has literally come to this point. The presidential campaign has gotten physical.
In the same way Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has made a more honest candidate out of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the nation would benefit if Sanders served as the vice president in Clinton White House.
In the 20 years since the Million Man March and especially in the eight years since a Black man was elected president, Minister Louis Farrakhan has again been placed on a back burner. But be sure to factor in Farrakhan. ...
It now looks as if Donald J. Trump is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2016 Republican nomination to be president of the United States. And while I still think some GOP adults will step in to prevent the clownish ...
I confess. I am amused, tickled, delighted even, as I ponder the constitutional quagmire in which the arch-conservative Repugnikkkan Party finds itself today.