I want change, but I don’t want to turn American politics into a carnival of insults, fearmongering, and personal attacks.
Mr. Trump and the Fraternal Order of Police have a shared objective: amidst perceived lawlessness, re-establish law-and-order.
The statement on Birtherism from the Trump campaign isn’t true, shifts blame, and is absent of an apology.
Small hands and big money.
4th District Philadelphia City Councilman will partner with the Police Advisory Commission to host a public hearing on body camera policies.
If common arguments against it don’t stand up to history or economics, why is it always a political topic?
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Mr. Johnson when discussing Aleppo offered the 2016 race something it’s been missing: candor that doesn’t offend, truth minus equivocation.
A Philadelphia veterans advocacy organization is suing the City for its failure to appoint a Director of Veterans Affairs, as required by a 1955 state code.
Lt. Stanford of the Philadelphia Police Department confirms neither his agency nor others across America can truly prevent guns from entering communities.
Policing in America appears to be the only area where Mr. Trump is truly consistent and which offers the greatest contrast on the candidates’ policy.
Mr. Trump held a private meeting with Philadelphia African-Americans absent of policy details while activists protested outside and officials nearby denounced him.
Hillary Clinton’s speech yesterday from Reno was an instant classic. The highlights (in handy-dandy shareable meme form) are right here.
Trump doesn’t visit black communities, he doesn’t go to black churches. But he still expects over 95% of the black vote. Really?
Dinner time at our house means no television. It means we all sit at the table to eat and talk about the day. That’s the hope, however, with a three and one-year-old, we’re not having much in the way of meaningful table conversation. Instead we’re begging one to come back to his seat between bites,…
Which “America” are we headed toward choosing in November—a 1950s throwback or a 2016 and future we need to carefully build?