After a contentious 2020 election, we have hundreds, if not thousands of Black Americans getting killed in our inner cities without anyone finding out who killed them and no one seeming to care.
There is the potential in the 21st century for the use of cyberattacks and sanctions much like when nuclear submarines and ballistic missiles were used in the 20th century. Like our past success, America must be far superior to others in the world in defeating cyberattacks.
During Black History Month, I frequently think about my great-grandfather who was born a slave in North Carolina in 1834. I think of how he made education such a vital part of his life, as he was allowed to read when reading was against the law for most Blacks. He shared the word of the […]
Finally, the election season is over. The historic elections we saw in this cycle were intriguing. The runoff elections for the U.S. Senate in Georgia put a cap on the campaign season. For many people this could be described as a COVID-19 election. I would argue that this was an election influenced by a pandemic but determined by the killing of unarmed Black people with no adequate justice for the Black community.
My favorite movie of all-time is the Godfather (I & II). I remember a well-known actor saying that every question in life can be answered by a scene in the Godfather. But can it apply to the recent 2020 Presidential Election? A stretch? Fuhgeddaboudit. Here we go.
To those who are surprised that the 2020 presidential election is continuing through recount and evaluations for potential voter fraud, I can tell you that in elections, like in life, you cannot be assured of fairness and you can also receive unexpected breaks.