FROM THE LEFT What does it take? I am a no party affiliated Florida voter. We are 3.5 million strong, while Democrats are 4.9 million and Republicans are 4.6 million. This is my observation as one who can and will
THE LEFT Why do black votes matter? By Patricia Jackson The answer to this question is that blacks have the power to make lasting change in the Nov 6 general election. In order for us to understand how we can
FROM THE LEFT Democrats, it’s time to vote As you’ve heard, “there are consequences for not voting.” If there has ever been a time that illustrated this truth, it was during the election of 2016. Even though Donald Trump lost
FROM THE LEFT Protecting freedom of speech Much has been said about the protesters at the Capitol and in the Senate office buildings during the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Whether you liked it or not, it is our democracy at work.
FROM THE LEFT Kavanaugh is unhinged and unfit If one were to temporarily set aside the sexual assault allegations against Judge Kavanaugh, there are still two reasons to NOT confirm him as a justice. One, he does not possess the
Imagine a nation that shares its wealth FROM THE LEFT Nothing seems to exemplify the love of neighbors coming together to help one another to solve problems like the wrath of Mother Nature in the form of natural disasters. In
Lake County State Committeeman passed away September 26th. Our hearts are broken and we wrap our arms around his wife, Francine and his family. We lost a community leader, a friend and a fellow Democrat. Funeral services for Alan,
Hourly, workers wages down after Trump/GOP tax cuts! GOP’s go-to move is to unnecessarily cut taxes FROM THE LEFT We have a $21-trillion national debt, and it begs the question of how and why we incurred such an enormous debt?
Citizenship is no longer a spectator sport FROM THE LEFT We aspire to elect fearless champions who will promote our best interests and represent our dearest concerns in Congress. But we are frequently left with hapless “Yes Men” who
JIM CROW LAWS Republicans, it’s time to move past racism in politics FROM THE LEFT Racism in politics has been raising its ugly head in America as far back as the Reconstruction Era. Racial remarks were used to “gin up”