This is a call for all eligible black folks to register and vote in every election from now until eternity, so we can stop the rallies, marches and demonstrations related to voting.
Every day, we turn on the television and hear about all the wars in the Middle East. Life is bad in the Middle East.
Smart, successful, funny and handsome. Robin Williams seemed to have it all. And yet, today he is dead. Apparently, by his own choice.
One of the cardinal lessons of international conflict resolution is that two fighting is worth more than negotiating.
As election season approaches, I’ve been pondering a crucial issue about the role of government in our society.
I watched with horror as news footage of a battery of Israeli self propelled (SP) heavy artillery guns firing on Palestinian homes, schools and hospitals. I thought it uncivilized that such firepower could be unleashed on defenseless civilians including women ...
Don't let technology take precedence over your children.
What if we didn’t incarcerate people who commit non-violent crimes?
A Florida town has banned people -- let's face it, young people -- from wearing saggy pants.
We Americans are trapped in a political dilemma. We all like representative democracy, but we don’t much like the way it’s performing.
Recently, as I waited in line at the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, my eyes drifted to a sample license plate on the wall that said "Education Begins At Home."
It’s almost impossible to turn on the TV or open a newspaper (or website) without hearing about testosterone deficiency in men.
As a huge fan of the Miami Heat, my heart was broken twice this summer: First, when the team was overwhelmed by the San Antonio Spurs to lose the 2014 NBA finals, and again when Lebron James announced he is ...
July 28, 2014, marks the one hundred year anniversary of the official start of WWI.
Say "urban poor," and the image that most likely comes to mind is one of young black men caught up in a swirl of drugs and violence and irresponsible single women having babies. But this pervasive stereotype overlooks a surprising ...