It’s great to see strong support for women’s rights in the Democracy Party’s platform. Similar support for men’s issues is essential to achieve gender equality.
Philadelphia isn’t known for being kind to Republicans and the City has shown little-to-no brotherly love towards Mr. Donald Trump.
Any protester arrested in Philadelphia for engaging in free speech during the DNC will have quality legal representation.
Embed from Getty ImagesHillary Clinton vows to end institutional racism, but appears to lack the moral authority to accomplish it.—You’ll get no argument from me that the former Secretary of State is uniquely qualified to serve the country as President of the United States. Whether she’ll exceed expectations or fail to meet them as the…
In #Decision2016, #BlackLivesMatter advanced African-Americans concerns, like anti-black racism in the criminal justice system, from the position of after-though to front and center.
Mr. Spike Lee, impressed with Mr. Bernie Sanders’ history in the civil rights movement, endorsed him for President, though his wife, Mrs. Tonya Lewis Lee, is siding with Mrs. Hillary Clinton.
Despite a loss to Hillary Clinton in Nevada, Bernie Sanders remains confident, suggesting come July in Philadelphia he’ll be the nominee.
It appears the majority of Republicans are, at least in the 2016 race for the presidency, conceding the black vote to Democrats.
Because people worked so hard to obtain the black vote for themselves and others, those who now possess it, should make those who seek it, be equally laborious in their pursuit.
The Democratic Party appears to want very little interaction with Fox News
The immediate politicization of Mr. Scalia’s death, particularly by the Republicans, just seems a bit tacky, disrespectful, and opportunistic.
On the issue of improving race relations at the most recent Democratic Presidential debate, Mr. Bernie Sanders and Mrs. Hillary Clinton left much to be desired.
Embed from Getty ImagesThe President is almost always aiming to unite others when he speaks, unlike Mr. Trump, who without question is the most polarizing figure in the 2016 race for the presidency.—New York Times columnist, Mr. David Brooks today took the words right out my mouth with his Op-Ed entitled ‘I Miss Barack Obama,’…
In Mr. Sanders, voters have found a champion willing to not only fight, but dream.
A cult of personality may or may not be enough for Mr. Sanders and Mr. Trump to win their parties’ nomination, but it’s certainly assisted them in getting the mainstream’s attention.