We don’t need future historians to look back to see what we already know: America is a split nation, and therefore, a dangerous nation.
Will the Federal District Court represent a greater support platform for the president than the Congress and the American public?
Two important, high profile trials will soon take place in Minneapolis regarding Mohamed Noor and Terrance Franklin.
With soaring disease, hunger, and mass emigration, Venezuela is experiencing its worst socio-economic crisis in history. As I predicted a month ago, conflict, violence, and death have further erupted along the Venezuela-Colombia border. No one knows the true casualty figures, although foreign news media are indicating it is, so far, a small number of persons […]
Over the three days of researching and writing this column, the NYT published over a dozen separate articles on how Venezuela current political crisis will impact the world’s nations and cities.
As this column is being written, the nation is on edge, waiting to know whether to trust President Trump with the protection of America and its constitution.
Minnesota has had its share of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 2018. The good includes historic elections and appointments, including the election of a Black attorney general for the first time in the state’s history. The 5th Congressional District elected another Muslim to represent its political future.
For months, many in mainstream media have been giddy with joyful anticipation of the impeachment of President Donald Trump, as well as his potential jail time. Yet, impeachment is extremely doubtful unless what the media believes about Trump’s high crimes turns out to actually be true.
There continues to be a very frightening silence in the Twin Cities’ African American communities regarding the spike of African American deaths from drug overdose and what to do about it. While it affects all races, colors, and creeds, people of color are disproportionately represented. The Minnesota Department of Health’s “Race Rate Disparity in Drug […]
I also celebrate that Minnesota has the first-ever Black winner of a seat on the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners and an African American winning the 5th Congressional District. I wish both of these women the very best.