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President Barack Obama promised “the most transparent administration in history.” The jury remains out on that.
There have been many compelling letters about the impact of the government shut down to members of Congress.
Forty-three years ago Adrian Dove, a black sociologist, created the Chitling Test of Intelligence.
President Barack Obama's decision to nominate Janet L. Yellen as head of the Federal Reserve Bank's Board of Governors was both timely and a good choice.
Complaints about tax bills are nothing new. However, the ongoing revelations of billing errors by the City of Baltimore, is unacceptable. It is estimated that Baltimore has lost more than $11 million dollars over the last decade due to calculating mistakes.
Really, Jacoby Jones? Really?
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley couldn’t resist putting in his two cents worth about Baltimore’s recent crime surge.
This is growing tiresome. The end of the federal fiscal year (September 30) always entails a messy political battle of some kind in Congress. Usually, it’s Democrat versus Republican or House versus Senate or Congress versus the White House.
There are STILL black folks mad at CNN on-air personality Don Lemon.
There are those who feel our esteemed Stephanie Rawlings-Blake (SRB), our beloved Mayor Vroom Vroom, is the worst city chief executive in the land.
Mayor Stephanie “Vroom Vroom” Rawlings-Blake can’t be happy about the story that appeared in the August 25, 2013 edition of The Baltimore Sun.
Got books? If you do, then you must have spent this summer reading as many books as I have. As I did in a previous column, I’ll recommend some more books from my summer reading list.
If we talk about what ails us that will make it better.
Most people keep score in baseball by whichever team gets the most runs or at least, that’s how it used to be done.
I was stunned. I turned on my TV, and there was one President Barack Hussein Obama, talking about “The Click.”
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.
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 households— have no retirement account assets.
It happened 50 years ago, in the summer of 1963.
Maybe the American South is more complicated than anyone realizes. Even after so much time and so much history, we seem to be just as confused and lost by its nuanced existence among the rest of the United States.
In striking down The Defense of Marriage Act, the nation’s highest court has made it refreshingly clear that in the area of marriage equality, the march towards same-sex marriage is moving forward. However, this emotional battle is far from over.
After the tea party's poor showing in the 2012 elections, many in the political world declared the movement dead.