A network of donors founded by billionaires CharlesFrancis de Ganahl and David Koch expressed their approval of Donald Trump at a gathering this weekend in Palm Springs, Calif.
With tax cuts staving off $1.5 trillion, the Koch brothers and followers, once reticent of Trump’s ability to influence policy, now welcome his leadership.
KNOCK. IT. OFF. You know good and well that #Oprah2020 is a terrible idea that must not be given any more life.
And no, I am not about to launch into a personal attack on Oprah. Some of y’all get too excited about attacking Black women. Comin’ for Oprah’s neck like she announced she was running.
I don’t think that Oprah Winfrey will run because she respects the process of government and knows that it is not her lane.
But her endorsement carries a lot of weight.
For years, I rarely told people that I worked for US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
At first, it was because I was concerned for my safety. Then I feared for my reputation. And after those feelings dissipated, I was embarrassed because I failed her, and in ways failed me.
The historic Democrat gubernatorial wins in Alabama and Virginia, now have supporters somewhat confused about the political leanings of Doug Jones and Ralph Northam.
Not even sworn in, Jones and Northam raise alarm in speaking on future strategies, in recent interview.
Today, the recipe for voter suppression wafts the air at polling stations.
From purging voter rolls to police intimidation are reports coming in from Alabama.
African Americans who could not vote as late as last month file into polling stations to cast a vote in the contested Alabama U.S. Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones.
The silent game changer, once again, are African American voters who make up 27 percent of the population.
Two non-traditional Democrats, the son of a former progressive Detroit mayor and the first Muslim to hold a seat in U.S. congress, vie for coveted positions left open by John Conyers (D-MI) and Al Franken (D-MN).
Coleman Young II, a second-generation politician who openly supports marijuana laws and Keith Ellison, a proponent of reparations for African Americans prepare for election campaigns.