Editorials The color of compassion
Much of the country was tuned in to see the outcome of the trial of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, a White female, who was charged with murdering a Black man in his own home.
Updated Oct 8, 2019 - 1:01:53 PM
Editorials Trump, Treason And The Fall Of America
Upset by demands for documents, witnesses to testify and a fast-moving impeachment process unfolding in the U.S. House of Representatives, the president of the United States declared the country could be headed toward a “civil war” if he is removed from power.
Updated Oct 2, 2019 - 4:14:50 PM
Editorials A Brisk March Toward Armageddon?
Once again tension between the United States, Saudi Arabia and Iran has heated up. The hatred of Iran runs deep and has been part of America’s psyche for the last 40 years since the over-throw of the brutal dictator and American client Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, commonly known as the shah of Iran.
Updated Sep 25, 2019 - 11:25:32 PM
Editorials Remembering Robert Mugabe: A lion of the liberation struggle
The Black World has lost one of the lions of liberation in the struggle to free Africa and defend global Black freedom. He must be seen through the eyes of those he served, not through the eyes of those who only wanted “success” on terms that served White interests.
Updated Sep 11, 2019 - 9:42:21 AM
Editorials #MeToo doesn’t count against abusive cops?
Over the last three years, there has been an explosion of stories, prosecutions and demands that men, powerful men, be held accountable for the sexual abuse of women who are in vulnerable positions, often seeking employment or job advancement.
Updated Sep 4, 2019 - 10:13:18 AM
Editorials A reasonable request and an unreasonable death
For the past five years, the family, friends and many who never met Michael Brown, Jr., have gathered to remember him, to continue a healing process, to promote justice and to never forget what happened August 9, 2014, in a small town outside of St. Louis.
Updated Aug 14, 2019 - 9:37:48 AM
Editorials Blacks losing lives while White cops, at best, might lose jobs
With news that an administrative law judge in New York recommended that the police officer who used a choke hold on Eric Garner, a Black man who died gasping for air and pleading 11 times, “I can’t breathe,” be fired, there was hope the heartbreaking five-year-old saga could come to a close.
Updated Aug 7, 2019 - 11:18:18 AM
Editorials Mr. Booker's failure and folly
Presidential hopeful and U.S. senator Cory Booker recently joined the anti-Farrakhan choir as questions about his willingness to possibly meet with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan refused to go away. In a weekend appearance on CNN, the senator, who lags behind in polls, caved in and failed the Farrakhan Litmus Test.
Updated Jul 23, 2019 - 10:10:41 AM
Editorials Stifling Farrakhan's Voice
With the announcement that Twitter was freezing the account of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, it is apparent that the enemies of freedom, justice, equality and divine guidance are steadfast in their evil efforts to derail the truth.
Updated Jul 16, 2019 - 12:37:50 PM