I was stunned. I turned on my TV, and there was one President Barack Hussein Obama, talking about “The Click.”
It has been a long and rocky ride down the economic slope for the Motor City.
In 2004 at the Democratic National Committee’s presidential convention, I was mesmerized by Barack Obama, a little known state senator from Illinois.
Now that George Zimmerman has been acquitted, it’s time to make note of a few bottom lines in the case, and there are quite a few.
There have been calls from President Obama and others for us to “move forward” or “move on” after the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.
The reaction to the not guilty verdict from George Zimmerman’s jury was swift and strong.
As more Baby Boomers continue to retire, a new research report has found that the nation is facing a trillion dollar retirement savings crisis. According to the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS), 38 million Americans— 45 percent of working-age ...
It happened 50 years ago, in the summer of 1963.
Last week liberal blacks and whites went crazy after the Supreme Court issued its ruling on affirmative action and the voting rights cases.
With the deepening polarization of our country, I have been reflecting on the cause of this polarization.
Twenty shot the weekend that started Friday, June 21 and ended Sunday, June 23, 2013.
Did you know that the official African American holidays are: Kwanzaa, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Juneteenth?
About six inches, that's how close the car came to hitting a boy at the intersection of Northern Parkway and Wabash Avenue
Ah, summertime! ‘Tis the season for vacations, weddings, picnics, cookouts and some good old, down home reading.
Ah, summertime! ‘Tis the season for vacations, weddings, picnics, cookouts and some good old, down home reading. That is, for those folks who still read and if you read this newspaper, I suspect that you’re among the dwindling number of ...