By Roger Caldwell It has been a year since President Trump has lost the general election, but won the Electoral College vote, and became the 45th president of the United States. We all could argue that the system is not fair and it is rigged, and everyone would walk around mad and upset.
By Lawrence A Robinson With the race for District 5 commissioner coming to an end with the General Election on Tuesday, November 7, I thought that I would jot down some of my observations of the candidates. I'll start with the worst candidate, Jibreel Ali.
By Roger Caldwell Without the rule of law, America is destined to fail and collapse. Under the leadership of President Trump, American leadership is moving to the right where many conservatives and Republicans are upset because living standards and income are declining.
By Lawrence A Robinson I had an interesting time at the Orlando District 5 City Commissioner Debate last Thursday evening at the beautiful Frontline Outreach Center. This evening however, was nothing more than a temporary distraction and offered no insight for direction that District 5 will take. I would never call this event a serious political debate.
By Roger Caldwell When Republicans and President Trump talk about the American people, they are talking about their base, and the majority of them are White. There is very little talk about the Black community, because they are invisible, and invisible people don't exist.
By Jerry Girley, Esquire I am deeply disturbed by the events that transpired in Charlottesville, Virginia for many different reasons and on many different levels. Let me start with the obvious, I am troubled by the fact that there was a gathering of racist anywhere in America who had as their chief objective standing up for and preserving symbols of racial hatred and oppression.