Sep 15, 2022
Making ends meet is much more difficult today than one year ago or before the pandemic. Runaway inflation at 8.3% forces Americans to work harder just to buy less. If you weren't working with significant earnings to start, rising costs on essential items are stealing your...
Aug 30, 2022
For Blacks and minorities, this student debt forgiveness plan is a lifeline unattached to a lifeboat. They do not buy the argument that student debt contributes to racial equality.
Jul 20, 2022
New polling indicates that the Democratic Party is moving away from the party of the working class to the party of the elites. No longer are working-class issues their primary concerns.
Jun 16, 2022
Caribbean American Heritage Month and Juneteenth may seem like disparate June holidays. However, they both illustrate how Blacks in America have made strides by maintaining a common set of values and by collectively pursuing educational success and economic empowerment.
May 23, 2022
Thought leaders, researchers, and practitioners pursuing solutions to intractable problems plaguing some of our toughest neighborhoods may never get a dime from the pot of gold that BLM sits upon.
May 4, 2022
Let’s expose the truth: today’s race baiters have a lot of power and influence over the media and policymakers thanks to Twitter. They don’t want to lose it.
Apr 29, 2022
American parents reject being "woke" now that they are awakened to how destructive, divisive, and anti-America CRT is. The left is panicked. Expect more meltdowns.
Mar 30, 2022
The long history of the American female donor class traces back to our founding. Self-made women, wives of successful men and women of modest means have all contributed to a constellation of female philanthropists.