Categories Archives: Commentary

Organized Chaos Is Still Chaos.

Chaos by any other name is still chaos. The Trump Administration is “publicly” attempting to micro-manage-chaos through lying and creating more chaos. The best approach to managing chaos is to not create it. For example, the Trump Administrati ...

Democrats, We are Your Base!.

For years, Black people have delivered our vote to Democrats. Many Democrats wouldn’t have won without our vote. Now some Black people, and other people of color, have become discouraged because no matter the votes we deliver, we are taken for granted. ...

For the Love of Money.

As American citizens, we need to know just who President Donald J. Trump really is, and above all, who he is working on behalf of. We are aware of some “personality-trait-characteristics” about “Donald J. Trump”, but we also unders ...

At The Table Too Long!.

On Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at the 10: 30 am service, Covenant Glen UMC hosted its annual worship service honoring Community Service Organizations and Public Service Officials who work tirelessly to make a difference in Metro-Houston. Dr. Robert E. Childre ...

Suggested Summer Reading for Serious Black Folks.

Those of us who are serious about advancing and protecting the economic, cultural, political and legal interests of our people in this country should read and learn from the three books included in this column. The first is Black Money Matters (Teach Your ...

Ungodly Words Incite Devilish-Deadly-Actions.

It has rightfully been said, words matter and oftentimes can have deadly consequences. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without ...

Bill Cosby, Democrats and Dog Whistle Politics.

Two weeks ago, entertainer extraordinaire Bill Cosby was handed a hung jury in his sexual assault trial in Norristown, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia. Regardless of what you think of Cosby and the allegations made against him, a jury of his peers spoke and ...