Posted in Election 2020 Politics

Is Biden Borrowing A Page Out of Trump’s Playbook?

Well, it’s been a quite a week for Joe Biden. The former vice president and Democratic frontrunner for the nomination ruffled more than just a…

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Posted in Civil Rights History

The War that Ended Yet the Battles are Still Fought

On this day in 1865, with his army surrounded and his men weak and exhausted, Robert E. Lee realizes there is little choice but to…

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Posted in Op-Ed Politics

The Thing I Hate Most About Trump

Every once in a while, a post pops up on my Facebook page that goes something like this: “Name the one thing about Donald Trump…

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Posted in Elections Politics

A Tale of Two Countries

The dust is still settling on last night’s election results, but for now here’s what we know: 1. Democrats have secured more than enough seats…

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Posted in Race

GAP's Epic Response To Ad Defaced By Racists

Sometimes social media is used to spread hate and racism but many times it is used for something incredible, something that restores your faith in…

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Posted in Civil Rights Headlines Images Politics Race

The Art of Voter Suppression by Michael D'Antuono

– Michael D’Antuono www.ArtandResponse.com

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