The McCain Campaign Ad

  What do you think of the latest McCain campaign ad comparing Barack Obama to Paris and Britney?  Is it true or over the top? … [Read more...]

THE SLAVERY APOLOGY

The United States House of Representatives approved by voice vote Resolution 194 to apologize for slavery.   The resolution was introduced in February 2007 by Tennessee congressman Steve Cohen who serves a majority black district.  120 congressional leaders signed on as … [Read more...]

OLIVER STONES’ FILM “W”

Just weeks before the November 4, 2008 Presidential Elections, Oliver Stone has a fall release date set for his latest film, "W". The cast of characters are familiar. What about the timing of the film? Click on the above link to view the trailer. … [Read more...]

PRESIDENT BUSH APPROVES DEATH FOR A SOLDIER

President Bush has made a very rare move accepting the recommendation from the Secretary of the Army to approve the death sentence for Army Private Ronald Gray after a general court marshal for multiple murders and rapes. The crimes were committed while Private Gray was an active member of the … [Read more...]

MONEY TROUBLES

Fiscal year 2009 will start with a federal budget deficit of $482 billion. Experts believe the shortages will grow beyond that figure. White House officials blame recent stimulus checks for the larger than usual budget debt. Bush administrations officials contend it was more important to help the … [Read more...]

THE GLOVES ARE OFF

The Sunday news programs delved into Senator John McCain's war of words against Senator Barack Obama's Iraq War plan. Senator Obama plans to withdraw American troops from Iraq if he is elected president. McCain contends Obama does not understand the Stakes in Iraq. John McCain's last weekly radio … [Read more...]

BILL CLINTON RESUMES HIS MISSION

Monday, former President Bill Clinton begins his yearly Africa tour. He is expected to travel to four nations: Ethiopia, Senegal, Liberia, and Rwanda. In 1998, Clinton conducted what is still thought of as the most comprehensive tour of Sub-Saharan Africa by any sitting president.   Like in the … [Read more...]

November General Elections

With a few months remaining until the November General Elections, is the race just black and white or is there some gray area? … [Read more...]

Robert Kennedy address on race relations

There are reports the late Robert Kennedy gave a speech to the Voice of America 40 years ago where he was alleged to have said: Things are "moving so fast in race relations a Negro could be president in 40 years." Kennedy also is alleged to have said in that same broadcast, "Prejudice exists and … [Read more...]