Fiscal Cliff (part 1) The Backstory

Today I’d just like to talk about the fiscal cliff and how it started and since I want to talk about that I’d like to give a little history about how America got… Continue reading

AfterWord: Romney’s Gifts and Minority Interests

A couple of weeks ago Mitt Romney, in what I would consider a fit of sour grapes, stated that Obama giving”gifts” to different demographic groups is what won him the election. In my… Continue reading

And Still!!! Lessons Learned from the Re-election of Barack Obama (Part 2)

Ever since Mitt Romney’s loss in the election a week ago, Republicans have been alternately fretting about whether the election was a repudiation of conservatism and trying to reassure themselves that all they… Continue reading

AND STILL!!!! Lessons Learned from the Re-election of Barack Obama (Part 1)

Yesterday President Barack Obama won re-election earning him four more years to govern the country. Given the tenor of the race for president I think there are many lessons that can be drawn… Continue reading

President Obama and Governor Romney debate Foreign Policy

On October 22nd, 2012 Barack Obama and Mitt Romney got together for the third and final debate. This debate was billed as a contest of the candidates ideas on foreign policy. Going into… Continue reading

The Second Presidential Debate 2012: Obama vs Romney II

On October 16, 2012 Mitt Romney and Barack Obama engaged in a second debate that was highly anticipated. Public opinion had been that the President had lost the first debate. However, in the… Continue reading

My Thoughts on the Vice Presidential Debate

This past Thursday Vice President Biden debated Congressman Paul Ryan in a debate that was billed as one that would determine the momentum of the presidential campaign. This billing calls for a bit… Continue reading

My thoughts on the 1st Presidential Debate

In case you didn’t know tonight there was a debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney in the 2012 Presidential election. I’d like to share my thoughts on it. My thoughts on the… Continue reading

Jason Riley’s Article on HBCU’s

Well Wall Street wants you to subscribe to their site so I’ll just repost Riley’s “comments” here Once an essential response to racism, they are now academically inferior. President Obama has shown a… Continue reading

Response to WSJ Jason Riley comments about Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

On September 28th Jason Riley wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal entitled “Black Colleges need a new mission.” Despite the title that would lead one to believe that Riley was advocating… Continue reading