Perception is sometimes greater than the truth; but the truth always prevails, because: “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.” Americans, especially Christian Right Evangelicals, must learn by faith to never believe that one sin is greater than another.
What an election! What have we learned? Follow along.....
It is official! CNN projects that Joe Biden has become the 46th president of the United States after a victory in his home state of Pennsylvania put him over the 270 electoral votes needed to win.
President Donald Trump has brought racism back to the forefront, with white supremacists no longer hiding under hooded cloaks and the cover of darkness, they are wearing police badges, judge robes, teaching our children, and -- if we let them - signing our paychecks with a smirk while convincing you to keep working for lower wages than you deserve.
There was plenty of political Black excellence happening around the country as African Americans won several contests, making history. Locally, there were plenty of “firsts” in just about every city and county in our area.
On November 10, 1920, 100 years ago, baby girl Maloney Coates was born in the great state of Texas.
The Electoral College is a process, not a place. The Founding Fathers established it in the Constitution, in part, as a compromise between the election of the President by a vote in Congress and election of the President by a popular vote of qualified citizens. What is the process? The Electoral College process consists of
The Trump Presidency has empowered a virus of hatred; unlike any level of confusion America has experienced in modern times. Trump has a death oriented lying-tongue, and a graveyard mentality. A ditch digging mindset is not a bridge building mentality, and lying is the way to hell in a hand basket.
On November 3, your diligence to remain in a long line and stare down COVID-19 to cast your vote was confirmation that you believed that free and fair elections were more important than your candidate winning.
A county that made headlines could soon be making history, if Cedric Watson has anything to say about it. On Nov. 3, if Watson's mission is accomplished, he will become the first Black sheriff of Waller County, and he says it's time for a change.