The completely tone-deaf Vice President of the United States Mike Pence yesterday quoted the words of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to defend Donald Trump’s racist efforts to build a wall along the southern border.
With a single tweet about Martin Luther King, Donald Trump revealed why he is going to be a disaster of a president.
Entitlements were under siege last night, as were any services to the poor. It wasn't a debate; it was an homage to wealth and bigotry.
We need to call out the appalling in our midst. And we should never, ever, apologize for telling the truth about them
Leading by example, President Obama urged people to get involved in their community, writing "As one people, we will show when ordinary citizens come together to participate in the democracy we love, justice will not be denied."
MLK was a radical who wanted to eradicate poverty through a guaranteed income program, and he wanted to give reparations to black Americans.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this year's major Oscar nominations early Thursday morning and revealed that the civil rights film Selma had been passed over for all of the major awards other than Best Picture.
Assemblyman Ira Hansen was selected earlier this month to be Assembly Speaker once the new legislative session begins. He has a long history of making bigoted and offensive statements.
"The widening divide in incomes between the poor and rich poses the most likely threat to the global economy over the next decade" according to the World Economic Forum
White people have largely ended violence. Now, it is time for telling the truth about privilege and facing what it means to lose it.
Today it is President Obama fighting Republicans to give all Americans the opportunities Dr. King sought for people of color, and besides not acknowledging income inequality even exists, Republicans are redoubling their advocacy of Reagan policies.
Ted and Rafael Cruz are just two more in a long line of American political paranoiacs. The list of conspiracy theories is long and often peculiar
Instead of a public outcry against blatant racism, main stream media failed to report the story on every evening newscast across the country.
The trend to label ordinary American activists as domestic terrorists is alarming, bringing to new reasons to revisit the PATRIOT act.
The problem remains that Detroiters are being ignored and held hostage by their own Governor Snyder, who flagrantly violated their voting rights.
The clock is ticking, and Detroit's new Emergency Manager is listening. June 23 is the 50th anniversary of the date when Dr. Martin Luther King gave his first 'I Have a Dream' speech in Detroit.
The theory that Martin Luther King would have agreed with the NRA and other Second Amendment radicals is completely refuted by King's comments on guns after JFK's assassination.
Tuesday is the opening day of the Democratic Convention. The speakers must speak the truth. The Bush administration screwed everything up.
On his radio show today, Glenn Beck continued to warp the legacy of the civil rights movement in the United States by claiming that his 9/12 Project and the angry white Tea Party are the next phase of the civil rights movement. Beck read the civil rights movement commitment card to audience, then said, "It looks to me like the next phase of the 9/12 Project."