Trump Increases Attack On Obama With ‘Obamagate’ Tweet

On Sunday, President Trump intensified his criticism of former President Obama by tying him to the Michael Flynn investigation. Last week, Attorney General William Barr and the Justice Department dismissed the case against Flynn. Flynn was Trump’s first national security adviser. He was the key prosecution witness from Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign. […]

Former Vice President Joe Biden Announces 2020 Campaign

Update: Joe Biden has released his campaign video The core values of this nation… our standing in the world… our very democracy…everything that has made America — America –is at stake. That’s why today I’m announcing my candidacy for President of the United States. #Joe2020 — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) April 25, 2019 President Trump […]

Charlamagne Says Corey Booker was ‘Uncomfortable’ with Questions About Race

Senator Cory Booker Reveals He Has a Bae During Breakfast Club Interview

In a televised interview, Radio Host Charlamagne Tha God questioned 2020 Presidential nominee Corey Booker’s authenticity when discussing race. In an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett, the co-host of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club reluctantly said that Corey Booker seemed the most uncomfortable answering questions about race. Charlamagne went on to explain why he felt […]

Sen. Cory Booker Announces 2020 Presidential Campaign

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is the latest to announce his run for President of the United States. Sen. Booker announced his campaign Friday (Feb. 1) morning. “I believe that we can build a country where no one is forgotten, no one is left behind; where parents can put food on the table; where there […]

President Trump Gets Laughed at by World Leaders at U.N. General Assembly

“The world is laughing at us,” was one of Trump’s go to quotes during his 2016 campaign when he railed against policies set by President Obama’s administrations. It seems now that the world is literally laughing and it’s at the 45th President’s expense. During Trump’s speech at the U.N. General Assembly, the controversial POTUS attempted […]

The Aaron Schlossberg Apology Tour: Too Little, Too Late?

There’s nothing left to do but apologize when it all falls down, and that’s just what social pariah Aaron Schlossberg is doing right about now. Karma has come full circle for the embattled lawyer. After not just one, but a series of racist rants have come to light, Schlossberg is starting to feel the after effects of his […]

Michelle Obama Empowers College Youth With Epic #TBT Post

With shows like Grownish and Dear White People chronicling higher education for people of color, it’s empowering to see Michelle Obama also share her college experience. In decades old Throw Back Tuesday post, Michelle Obama shared a picture from her early days at Princeton University. For her it was a scary time. Made mostly so […]

Vice President Mike Pence Dragged On Twitter For Linda Brown Tribute

  As the Civil Rights Movement mourned the loss of Linda Brown, Twitter wasn’t here for Mike Pence’s social media tribute. Linda Brown, the young student who was the center of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education passed away March 26th, 2018 at the age of 76. The judgement of her case (led by […]

Another One!!!!! President Trump Fires National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster

Another day, another person fired from the Trump administration. This time it’s National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster who was fired by President Trump. McMaster was the second person in this role since Trump took office — the first being General Michael Flynn who was fired after it was discovered that he lied to Vice President […]

Barack Obama Shows Twitter Love to Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long

Barack Obama Shows Some Twitter Love To Philadelphia Eagles' Chris Long

Unlike President Donald Trump, former President Barack Obama likes to use Twitter to promote positivity. Obama took to Twitter on Friday to tweet out some “stories from [2017] that remind us what’s best about America.” One of the stories Obama highlighted involves a current Philadelphia Eagles player Chris Long. As we count down to the new year, […]

Donald Trump’s Twitter Was Deactivated for 11 Minutes

Donald Trump's Twitter Was Deactivated for 11 Minutes

A Twitter customer support employee silenced President Donald Trump’s Twitter fingers for 11 minutes. According to a tweet posted by the Twitter government, it was the employee’s last day and apparently they wanted to go out with a bang. What better way to do it than shut down the account that posts the most tweets? […]

HBCU News: Morehouse College Reveals New President

As we ready the SpelHouse 2017 homecoming celebration this weekend, Morehouse College has just announced that they have named David A. Thomas as its 12th president. Thomas is currently the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He will assume the role of president of the college on January 1, 2018. […]

President Trump Finally Visits Puerto Rico Today

Words by Shurida Lundi It’s been two weeks since the devastation of category 4 Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico damaging the island and taking so many lives. Today, President Donald Trump is finally going to visit the island to physically see the damage. This comes after his attack on Twitter on Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz […]

Does Donald Trump Want to “Make America Great Again” by Re-Fueling Race Wars?

Donald Trump's Visit to Puerto Rico Was Very Interesting

Friday night [September 22], Donald Trump landed in Huntsville, Alabama to campaign and show his support for Sen. Luther Strange. Strange has practically based his entire campaign on convincing potential voters how much of a close knit relationship he has with Trump, and how much he supports and agrees with all of our President’s outrageous objectives, […]

The Obama Presidency and the Limits of Hope

Words by: Anthony Browne Ph.D. From The Source Magazine Issue #271 | 2017   On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama made history as the first African American elected President of the United States of America. The campaign slogans ‘Yes We Can’ and ‘Hope’ and an agenda for change galvanized his supporters and many cried tears of […]

Trump’s Derogatory Song On Immigrants At Rally

Donald Trump was a no-show last night [April 29th] at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner. He instead held a rally in Harrisbury, Penn. to discuss his low approval rating. By reciting the lyrics to a soul song called “The Snake,” Trump played into the prejudice and anti-immigrant label. “The Snake” is a song about […]

Russia’s Ties With Trump Administration And Jeff Sessions

The United States has not had a relationship with Russia since The Cold War. Now that President Trump is in office, it has been revealed that the billionaire reality star was fond of the communist President Vladimir Putin. It has now been discovered that the US new Attorney General Jefferson Sessions privately met with a Russian […]

Trump Says He’s Sending The Feds To Chicago If Shootings Continue

Yesterday [Jan 24th], President Trump had another twitter moment and this time directed towards taking action in Chicago in light of the senseless murders. Regrettably, the number of murders in this city have outpaced last year. So far in 2017, the Chicago Police has already reported 38 murders and 182 shooting incidents. Trump has previously encouraged Chicago […]

The Significant Changes To The New White House Website

Moving into the new presidency, there were some significant changes on the White House’s website. Civil rights, LGBT rights, health care, and climate change were all removed. There has also been a removal of “eliminating harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule,” foreign policy stances […]