By attending the inauguration, Mrs. Clinton has reneged on her pro-women bona fides and normalized a man she portrayed as abnormal.
This is what happens. Let’s figure out how to stop it. #NotNormal
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men on the status of being white.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men for their opinions on the 2016 American Presidential election
I’m not telling you that you have to have hope. Just allow me mine.
PASTA week today, my wife and sons and I went to our boardwalk amusement park in San Diego. We rode the carousel, the Silly Submarine, the race cars, and played in the arcade. My sons were doing what they do best: having fun in the moment. My wife enjoyed herself, too, and we both took…
Not with her.
For better or worse, the 2016 election uncovered that we are a scared nation.
It isn’t a political defeat that we’re lamenting, it’s a defeat for Humanity.
The polarization of this country didn’t happen overnight, and neither will its unification behind Trump, no matter how earnestly the plea.
Some unhappy holidays…
As marketers, we see things through an interesting lens. This is one thing I saw when I looked at the election through mine.
One of Clinton’s ‘Mothers of the Movement,’ along with a Philadelphia pastor and a Baltimore activist, react to Trump’s victory in 2016 presidential election.
Courage is only real when you oppose the tyranny of the majority and risk losing something for what others can have later.
Morning-after reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election