With the government still partially shut down, partisan politics is generating more heat than light.
Since the striking victories of Democrats up and down the ballot in 2018, President Donald Trump has been flailing more and more wildly.
This administration is the most hostile to civil rights and to equal justice under the law than any since the passage of the Civil Rights laws.
The shutdown will do real damage to many federal employees and their families.
Instead of turning us on one another, he called us to our highest selves. We should not let the deeper meaning of Christmas be lost in the wrappings.
Immigration policy is about a humane, sensible system to deal with legal immigration, cut down on illegal entry and help those seeking asylum.
In 2019, we will commemorate 400 years since the first 20 slaves were transported by ship from Africa by white slave traders and landed in Jamestown.
In the wake of EJ Bradford’s shooting, there’s justifiable fear that police are closing ranks, using secrecy to subvert justice and protect their own.
Mississippi has been notorious for its racial division and has paid a price for it. It’s the poorest state in the union, and can’t attract investment.
Over the next two years, Americans will have to choose once more.