Sunday, March 26, 2017
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Over the past two weeks, Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, the only African American woman to sit on the powerful House Energy & Commerce Committee, has further established herself as a willing champion for digital equity. The Representative from New York, who...
Millions Will Lose Coverage if Trumpcare Becomes Law. Only a few hours after White House spokesman Sean Spicer spun that the trusted and bipartisan Congressional Budget Office was suddenly not to be trusted, the CBO score on Trumpcare landed.  And it...
With a personal biography well-chronicled in her book, Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go, and a litany of philanthropic pursuits that bespeak servant leadership, Lucille O'Neal has a true heart for people. Her life's work is dedicated to uplifting...
Steve Bannon in the White House. Stephen Miller in the White House. So Why is This Surprising? Rep. Steve King (R-IA), wanted to make certain that everyone knew exactly what he meant when he inexplicably dove head first to...
"We can't treat ourselves as a special governing class." Back in 2013 during the government shutdown, Rep. Kevin McCarthy said members of Congress should get no special treatment and perhaps be on Obamacare without subsidies. Really? Then there was an...
Go ahead and test yourself: Which one of the statements below was made by a Republican member of Congress from Iowa -- Republican Steve King -- and which was stated by white supremacist alt-right leader Richard Spencer?  01. "The argument that...

Joe Kennedy in 2020

A few years ago Speaker Paul Ryan was lit up in the press by Catholic for his obsession for cutting aid to poor people. Last week during an all night hearing a fellow Catholic lit him up. Back in 2012,...
"We're gonna send more money to the people who have gotten the richest over the last ten years, that's what does this does, no?" asked conservative anchor Tucker Carlson of Speaker Paul Ryan. The Speaker was trying to explain the...
Who would have ever imagined that President Trump would become a catalyst for national press about HBCUs? Recently, the presidents of these institutions were invited to the Eisenhower Building for a listening session with new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos,...
As we celebrate International Women's Day, the question of pay equity still looms large as a major concern for the throngs of women still seeking a chance at greater economic parity with their male counterparts. While they is slight...