"Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race" could be just the story we need in our badly divided political and social landscape.
Police killings, mass incarceration, erosion of civil liberties: The criminal justice system is broken. Even Clinton, Bush, Paul, Rubio and Cruz agree.
Ferguson and Baltimore protests are designed to destroy America’s constitutional structure
Is there a pattern of institutionalize racism in Ferguson? If so, does it justify the shooting of police officers?
It has been confirmed that two officers have been shot in Ferguson, MO
LOS ANGELES, January 15, 2015—Today is the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s actual birthday. Had he lived, he would have been 86. One wonders what his opinions would be on what we have done with the weighty legacy he left behind. The movie Selma is also out in theaters, giving a new window on ...
George Stinney, Jr. was murdered by a senseless racism that murdered many black men, women and children in the Jim Crow South.
WASHINGTON December 17, 2014 – On the cover of the December 11, 2014 issue of The Economist, the renowned financial publication tackles a different type of pressing issue, by posing a very simple, and direct question: “What is wrong with policing America?” While it surely seems like a complicated issue, steeped in rhetoric and questions about liberty ...
A UCLA professor is forced to apologize for being racist for an exam question about Louis "Burn This Bitch Down" should have been treated by the law.
America has been given a huge pile of verbal dung from the liberal and mainstream apologists for Michael Brown since August 9.
LOS ANGELES, December 5, 2014—Just as the Twitter hashtag #BringBackOurGirls did absolutely nothing to affect the fate of the Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram (most were married off or sold into slavery where they remain), the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter is another emotion-based, factually void outcry that will do little to resolve anything. This hashtag gained traction ...
America has entered an era which has created a shameful and tragic acceptance of violence, thuggery, wholesale personal destruction of property and lives under the guise of alleged racial wrongs and injustices.
There are strikingly similar themes between protests in Bahrain and protests in Ferguson.
Insurance on many businesses will cover the cost of repairs, however it will not cover the loss of lives like Joshua or the loss of paychecks and income
With protests beginning to subside, will Ferguson subside with them, or will the city become the launching point for meaningful change?
In the midst of burned buildings, destroyed businesses and community wreckage came a ray of hope.
Problems continue to exist and, hopefully, these too will be overcome. But they will be overcome by men and women of good will of all races.
The Times reported that officer Wilson married while on administrative leave and included the full names of the bride and witnesses, and the street address where the newlyweds live, which included a photo of their home.
Protests across the country are presently underway.
As the rioters in Ferguson have broken the law so has President Obama who became a lawless mob of one, doing great violence upon the Constitution’s “rule of law.”