Monday, February 27, 2017
Blog
Andrew Gillum could be the next Governor of Florida, a state with more than 20 million residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, where roughly 45% of the population is Hispanic/Latino, African American, Asian Pacific Islander (API) or American Indian. As...
President Trump focused on issues facing African American communities in his last weekly address before the end of February.  Trump focused on housing, jobs and HBCUs in the address below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42HH45leldI ...................................... The entire address reads as follows: My fellow Americans, As Black History...
Yesterday, Verizon announced that it would begin rolling out 5G connectivity to 11 test markets: Ann Arbor, Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; Barnardsville, New Jersey; Brockton, Massachusetts; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Houston, Texas; Miami, Florida; Sacramento, California; Seattle, Washington; and Washington, DC. Likewise, AT&T is...
On Monday, February 20, Rep. Lacy Clay sued officials at the U.S. Capitol regarding the disqualification of a student painting that won the annual Congressional Art Contest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LTF8QZGsnk&feature=youtu.be
Ajit Pai wants to build a platform supportive of digital empowerment. “Are you connected or are you not” is the question he’s most focused on answering as the recently minted Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Today, as the...
Why Would You Ask That? For those who want to know why a White House Correspondent would suggest that President Trump was communicating specifically to white voters during the 2016 campaign, here's a video that puts the question in full...
To commemorate Presidents Day, CSPAN conducted a poll among 91 historians asking them to rank America's first 44 Presidents across ten categories. President Obama, who like his predecessors, was ranked based on "Individual Leadership Characteristics" like Crisis Leadership, Moral Authority,...
In the days following Presidents Day, Congresswoman Alma Adams, D-NC, is keeping a busy slate with stops around the state. After having passed a bill to dedicate Winston Salem's Center City Post Office to the late Dr. Maya Angelou,...
Subsidize, or not to subsidize, that is the question. Over the past few years the issue of net metering has risen in prominence as the roll-out and installation of residential roof-top solar panels has become more popular, and comparatively affordable.  The...
Rep. Lacy Clay will file a federal lawsuit tomorrow morning in Washington, D.C. on behalf of student artist David Pulphus. Pulphus is the young artist whose award-winning entry in Missouri’s 1st Congressional District’s Art contest “Untitled #1” generated controversy months after...