President Donald Trump's approval rating is at an all-time high of 45% in the Gallup weekly tracking poll.
And his disapproval rating has hit a near-low of 50%.
His current approval rating at his point in his presidency lines up with the ratings of other presidents at similar points in their first terms.
His new spike in approval could take a hit due... Read more
“Education must not simply teach work. It must teach life.”—W.E.B. DuBois
(TriceEdneyWire.com)—This time of year brings great pride and congratulations for graduates at all levels, from high school to doctorates. But the most important degree I can recommend is a PhD in common sense, with a concentration in thriving and surviving in 21st Century America.
Common sense is genius wrapped in work... Read more
As our nation commemorates the 50th anniversary of the tribulations and triumphs of 1968, many herald the struggles and victories of the civil rights movement as the foundation for subsequent black progress. Yet, while we celebrate the accomplishments of the movement and its impact on policy, legislation and culture, we’ve largely forgotten a key element that gave it life and power... Read more
She said on the "Today" show Thursday that she plans to use the second chance she's been given to advocate for other "first-time, nonviolent offenders who pose no safety risk to their communities"
Hours after she was released from prison on a commuted sentence, Alice Marie Johnson was joyous and thankful for President Donald Trump's clemency and the intervention from reality... Read more
Channing Dungey, the first African American president of ABC Entertainment, canceled “Roseanne” on May 29, and many well-known people congratulated the decision on social media.
Congressman John Lewis said, “Thank you, ABC Network. You did the right thing. There is not any room in our society for racism or bigotry.”
Joe Scarborough, MSNBC, tweeted, “Hey ABC, Roseanne Barr compared Valerie Jarrett to... Read more