She’s out of his league (Clinton v. Trump Debate III)

Last night was the third and final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The debate started off in a civil fashion with the candidates trading their opinions about how they would fill… Continue reading

Arguing with Fools (Clinton v. Trump debate II)

Last night Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in a “Townhall” style debate. In this debate format the candidates are supposed to take questions from the audience and answer them to the best… Continue reading

Kaine vs. Pence (VP Debate or Facts about your running mate)

Last night VP candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence engaged in a lively debate. The candidates sparred on the credibility of their running mates, the economy, and a number of national security issues.… Continue reading

Clinton vs. Trump (Debate I)

Last night was the event that I have been waiting for the last six months! Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump engaged in a Presidential debate! For a political junkie like me this is… Continue reading

DarkCaesar: Bad as She Wanna be

One of my main concerns about Hip Hop is that it is dominated by males and a lot of songs and videos address women that we might want to spend a night with… Continue reading

We should be talking about the Trans Pacific Partnership

I’m dismayed that the subject of free trade is apparently off limits in this year’s election season. I’m old enough to remember when Bill Clinton fought to get the North American Free Trade… Continue reading

Bill Clinton gave one of his best speeches last night.

Bill Clinton gave one of the best speeches of his career last night when he supported his wife’s nomination for President. I knew Bill Clinton was a great political speaker but last night… Continue reading

No Fly No Buy is a Nice Slogan but it’s not Good Policy

As the title suggests, I am not in favor of the new “no buy no fly policy” that is being touted by Progressives as a means to curtail gun violence. In this context… Continue reading

The Rise of Donald Trump was inevitable in the Republican Party

Hindsight being 20/20 it is now very easy to see that the rise of Donald Trump or someone like him was inevitable. Looking back to the 1960s, the Democratic Party characterized by FDR’s… Continue reading

#oscarssowhite is a perfect example of how institutional racism works

For those who may not have heard, prominent actors are either boycotting the Oscars or thinking about boycotting the Oscars on the basis that the awards lack diversity. They contend that this lack… Continue reading

The Future of the American Presidency

In his State of the Union speech President Obama admitted that one of the things he most regretted that was partisanship in our politics had gotten worse since he has been in office.… Continue reading