Politic365

 
 

 
Author Archive
 

 
121018090522-obama-solar-monster

Obama Administration Takes Historic Step Toward Solar Equality, But Much Work Remains

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post, and has been cross-posted at the author’s request. For far too long, working-class families have been left out of the solar revolution in the United States. Black elect...
by Guest Contributor
0

 
 
11666252_10153426261013416_981907153713147806_n

EACH Woman Act a Game-changer for Latinas

By Kimberly Inez McGuire As a Latina, it’s easy to be cynical about politics these days. Whether we are talking about the failure of Congress to pass meaningful immigration reform or the unprecedented assaults on reproduc...
by Guest Contributor
1

 
 
Sandra Bland

Respectability won’t save you

The events that preceded Sandra Bland’s death have revived an old conversation in black communities: how to make it home after an encounter with the police. Although Bland didn’t lose her life there on the highway where she...
by Guest Contributor
3

 

 
stock-footage-keyboard-typing-silhouette-a-silhouette-of-hands-in-front-of-a-window-typing-on-a-black-computer

For Expanded Opportunity, Lifeline Program Must Cover Broadband

It’s widely accepted that the combination of broadband and digital technology can be a great equalizer that connects society’s have-nots with vast opportunities for greater knowledge, better jobs, and higher incomes.  But ...
by Guest Contributor
1

 
 
unnamed

We Are Moving FORWARD!

This piece first appeared on Cognitive Relevance, and has been reposted with permission from the author. I laughed first when I read Ted Cruz’s comment on the SCOTUS decision Friday legalizing gay marriage in America. The...
by Guest Contributor
0

 
 
solar-engineering

Solar Engineering Jobs in the U.S. On The Rise

By: Monica Gomez The solar industry is growing rapidly in the United States, thanks in large part to the U.S. Energy Department’s SunShot Initiative. Began in 2011, the SunShot Initiative set out to reposition the United Stat...
by Guest Contributor
2

 

 
15343671563_12fbd31bf0_h

A new class of criminals: when will police quit being above the law?

By Joe Maestas During the past few years, our news media has been full of reports of incidents where citizens are being subjected to beatings, assaults, and shootings by a new class of criminals.  What is the most disturbing a...
by Guest Contributor
0

 
 
barack-obama-lawyer-in-chief

Barack Obama is Both America’s Lawyer and his Conscience

By Peterson Prime Ever since it became apparent that he was going to occupy the oval office, Barack Obama’s opponents or critics have leveled charges against him that his predecessors never faced.  Six years into his preside...
by Guest Contributor
0

 
 
smartphones-computers-texting

Protecting and Advancing Florida’s Position as a Technology Leader

By David Grain, Founder and Managing Partner, Grain Management, LLC In the aftermath of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) historic vote on net neutrality, policymakers in Washington will continue to debate how to ...
by Guest Contributor
2

 

 
rudy-giuliani

Respect President Obama’s Office, If Not the Man

By: Catherine E. Pugh, Majority Leader, Maryland State Senate; President National Black Caucus of State Legislators Rudy Giuliani stands in a long line of those who think it is okay to degrade this President.  Never in the hi...
by Guest Contributor
3

 
 
black-girls-code-girls-gigabytes-gadgets

NOBEL Women Asks “How Do You _____ Like A Girl?”

A recent Always ad during this year’s SuperBowl caused quite a stir. It asked viewers, “How do you run like a girl?” Featuring kids and adults of all ages, the commercial sought to shatter modern-day assumptions about a g...
by Guest Contributor
0

 
 
ed-big

Remembering Senator Edward Brooke III

By Nicholas Buford Just a few short days after the start of 2015, a political giant was called from work on Earth. Edward Brooke, the first Black United States Senator since Reconstruction, passed away in his Florida home. Br...
by Guest Contributor
0

 

 
rooftop-solar-modules

Net Metering Raises Inequity Concerns Amid Solar Transition

Many Americans like to say that “if you work hard, you’ll get ahead,” but fewer and fewer of us actually think so.  A recent poll found that only 42 percent of our fellow Americans agree with that statement, down from 53...
by Guest Contributor
9

 
 
by-any-means-necessary-black-woman-on-computer-clutch

An Open Internet Creates a Wealth of Opportunities for Women

By Melanie Campbell, President & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Convener, Black Women’s Roundtable Over the years, the Black Women’s Roundtable has focused on promoting health and wellness,...
by Guest Contributor
1

 
 
marcia-fudge

Don’t Blame Us!

Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chair Marcia L. Fudge released the following opinion on the 2014 midterm election results. As pundits continue to play the blame game in the days following last Tuesday’s elections, there ...
by Guest Contributor
0