Tag: Opinion

Southeast / Florida - 2 months ago

Don’t Sleep on the Cat

Most of the time, I am reluctant to toot my own horn but “toot toot”! I’m proud that sometimes God gives me the vision to see aspects of economic and political activity in America, and in the world, that other columnists and journalists are slow to...

Southeast / Florida - 2 months ago

Dump Trump

Hopefully, everyone has voted in the Primary Election that ended August 18, and elected the first African American female judge in Duval County as well as other representatives. Now gear up for the General Election to add your name in the annals of p...

Southeast / Florida - 2 months ago

Hardin-Who Owns the Rights to Black Thought?

People get mad at me often for the things I unapologetically write and have the courage to say publicly. Skinfolk get real swollen when I criticize anything Black that I feel deserves it. Why is it an expectation that we all have to think the same wa...

Southeast / Alabama - 2 months ago

Jesse Jackson: Donald Trump, again, Fails to Lead

By The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Donald Trump’s ignorance and incompetence have cost American lives in the pandemic. Now his failure of leadership will add to the misery of millions of Americans force onto unemployment, the hunger of children at risk, t...

Southwest / Texas - 2 months ago

Look – Listen – Analyze – Reject

By: Omowale Luthuli-Allen If you believe the wrong source of information, your errors need to be corrected because this contest is TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, LIVE or DIE. One source, one voice undermines science. One source, one voice supports science. O...

Southwest / Texas - 2 months ago

The impact of COVID-19 on educational development

By: Bobby E. Mills, PhD Life is about priority setting. Priorities are values, and values are about importance ordering. Educational development for children should be top priority, because of 21st century technological advances, technical skill empl...

Northeast / Pennsylvania - 2 months ago

Commentary: Brownshirts in our streets

by Oscar H. Blayton The unidentified goon squads snatching people off the streets of Portland, Ore., have a chilling resemblance to a similar fascist tool of oppression that arose in Germany in the early decades of the 20th century. The paramilitary...

Southeast / North Carolina - 2 months ago

Brownshirts in our streets

The unidentified goon squads snatching people off the streets of Portland, Ore., have a chilling resemblance to a similar fascist tool of oppression that arose in Germany in the early decades of the 20th century. The paramilitary wing of the Nazi Par...

Midwest / Minnesota - 2 months ago

When to not call the police

We need culturally specific programs, including people with lived experience who understand hard times on the streets and living with mental health and/or addictions problems. Source