The Mayor has a message of neighborhood equity, but a recent weed party in Center City, and the unlikelihood that it would happen elsewhere, conflicts it.
Of the hundreds of people who attended a public hearing on racism in the Gayborhood, roughly thirty offered testimony, some of which was anecdotal.
Donald Trump embodies an immature masculinity that lives in fear and hinders any conversation about how men can solve the problems of our country.
Should voting like Dear Old Dad become a relic on the trash heap of history?
Philadelphians in a somber mood as anti-police-transparency bills seem likely to pass.
We can and must stop Donald Trump.
And that makes you___________. Which side of history do you want to be on?
Trump also doesn’t seem to bear us the animosity that he does immigrants, women or–well, it’s a long list. If anything, he’s broken from the Republican line just by promising to protect the LGBTQ community (in his own weird phrasing).
If you support Trump, I am not sure I can be your friend anymore.
November 8th, the American voter finally gets its say.
Is this what a mass-scale abusive relationship feels like?
Hillary is a smart, caring woman, who constantly extends herself in kindness. Her honorary nephew can’t stand that she is painted as a “monster.”
The white nationalist website, The Right Stuff, celebrated Trump’s Florida speech, so yes, Republicans, you are still on the wrong racist track.
Men of Conscience Must Speak Out
To be honest, I couldn’t think any less of Donald Trump than I did at the beginning of his presidential bid.