Prior to the 2016 election, Eddie Lee Holloway Jr., a 58-year-old African-American man, moved from Illinois to Wisconsin, which implemented a strict voter-ID law for the first time in 2016. He brought his expired Illinois… Read More
The history of United States’ relationship with the Russians has been marked by a delicate balancing act between internal political ramifications and external international relations goals. In the last hundred years, the US and the… Read More
A story about a high school senior from Lake Village, Arkansas is going viral after her father launched into a racist, misogynist meltdown when he saw photos of her at prom with a black teen…. Read More
Efforts to implement the nation’s strictest voter ID requirements — a solution in search of a problem, according to one critic — foundered amid court defeats, confusion and at least one giant oversight. by Jessica… Read More
by Rev. Irene Monroe Former Patriot tight-end Aaron Hernandez’s suicide leaves us with more questions than answer. Many wonder what were Hernandez’s last dying words expressed in the three handwritten notes to loved ones left next to a… Read More
by Rev. Irene Monroe Pepsi ads aim to emphasize its youthful brand by championing it as “the choice of a new generation.” Not a bad marketing tool to turn its second-class status to Coca-Cola, its archrival, into… Read More
This is the kind of fake news that does nothing to advance news or civility. Why do they continue to pay this blowhard?
by Rev. Irene Monroe Southie is no longer that close-knit old school “tough-as-nail” Irish Catholic enclave. But the historical memory still lingers because, in my opinion, stereotypes about class makes it easier to point the… Read More