Tag: Politics

Voters Choose Their Champions In 5 State Primaries

Source: Jeff Swensen / Getty UPDATED: 12:30 A.M. EDT, May 18, 2022 — Democrats moved closer to expanding their Senate majority with the resolution of primary elections in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Pennsylvania Democrats chose Lt. Gov. John Fetterman to represent them in the… Continue Reading “Voters Choose Their Champions In 5 State Primaries”

Senate Nominee Cheri Beasley Beats Back Republican Attacks

Source: The Washington Post / Getty North Carolina’s presumptive Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate found herself on the receiving end of Republican attacks just days before the state’s primary. As reported by Axios Raleigh, the new ad from the National Republican Senatorial Committee… Continue Reading “Senate Nominee Cheri Beasley Beats Back Republican Attacks”

WATCH: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Calls Out Clarence Thomas

Source: Tom Williams / Getty Rep. Hakeem Jeffries does not suffer fools. Speaking during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act of 2022, Jeffries took aim at recent comments by Justice Clarence Thomas. At a judicial event… Continue Reading “WATCH: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Calls Out Clarence Thomas”

Senate Rejects Women’s Health Protection Act, Putting Abortion Rights At High Risk

Abortion is one of the most heavily debated topics throughout the nation, with one side viewing it as premeditated murder and the other half seeing it as a women’s personal choice of whether or not to bear the responsibility of bringing a life into… Continue Reading “Senate Rejects Women’s Health Protection Act, Putting Abortion Rights At High Risk”

White Michigan Councilwoman Gets Backlash For Referring To Black Colleague As “Ghetto”

Even though some words aren’t defined as racial epithets per se, you can still find yourself in serious trouble for using them in the wrong context or if said by the wrong person. Calling someone “ghetto” can be troubling regardless of the mouth it’s… Continue Reading “White Michigan Councilwoman Gets Backlash For Referring To Black Colleague As “Ghetto””

Karine Jean-Pierre Makes Black History In The White House

White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House on Nov. 4, 2021, in Washington, D.C. | Source: Drew Angerer / Getty Karine Jean-Pierre is getting a promotion. The now-former Principal Deputy Press Secretary for Joe… Continue Reading “Karine Jean-Pierre Makes Black History In The White House”

Ohio Rep. Shontel Brown Wins Rematch Against Progressive Leader Nina Turner

Source: Jeff Swensen / Getty Rep. Shontel Brown will likely retain her seat after defeating former state Sen. Nina Turner in Tuesday’s primary election. Brown won by a much larger margin than in the August special election, easily taking more than 66 percent of… Continue Reading “Ohio Rep. Shontel Brown Wins Rematch Against Progressive Leader Nina Turner”

New Memoir Claims Trump Wanted Guns Used On Protestors: “Just Shoot Them In The Legs Or Something?”

Many of us haven’t looked back once ever since the Trump Administration came to an end last year with the inauguration of current U.S. President Joe Biden. Unfortunately the controversial political figure hasn’t escaped public attention completely, especially with many people that were formerly… Continue Reading “New Memoir Claims Trump Wanted Guns Used On Protestors: “Just Shoot Them In The Legs Or Something?””

Authors Say Jared Kushner Used Ye FKA Kanye West To Direct Black Voters Away From Biden

Jared Kushner rose to infamy as a notable, if inexperienced, member of former President Donald Trump’s political inner circle. A new book makes the claim that Kushner employed the spectacle of Ye FKA Kanye West‘s failed presidential run as an attempt to divert Black… Continue Reading “Authors Say Jared Kushner Used Ye FKA Kanye West To Direct Black Voters Away From Biden”

Ohio Primary Election Provides Opportunity For New Leadership

Source: Drew Angerer / Getty Primary elections are often overlooked as merely a stepping stone to the general election. But often, the primary is just as important as the general election. Ohio voters have a chance to make a change in several seats up… Continue Reading “Ohio Primary Election Provides Opportunity For New Leadership”