Michael Bloomberg Considering Hillary Clinton As His VP Running Mate

Former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg ain’t playin’ no games. With deep pockets, a national network of surrogates and plenty of rank and file folks ready to go all ... Continue Reading →

With Biden’s Campaign Wobbling, Are Influential Black Democrats Preparing To Overlook ‘Stop And Frisk’–And Go With Bloomberg?

With longtime Democratic frontrunner and former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign wobbling precariously, national Black Democrats may be gearing up to jump ship and turn ... Continue Reading →

A Hot Election Mess: Candidates Still Waiting To Find Out Who Won After ‘Inconsistencies’ In Iowa

There’s no clear winner in the widely anticipated Iowa Democratic Caucus, according to media reports, although South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg seemed to declare himself the ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Brace For Unexpected Results From Today’s Iowa Caucus

Democratic presidential candidates are sprinting to the finish line in Iowa’s caucus primary, set for today. Voters across the state will now have the chance to decide who ... Continue Reading →

Republicans Ready To Acquit Trump While Democrats Say Move Could Lead To Unlimited Power For President

Republican senators are set to acquit President Donald Trump on charges that he abused his position of power by withholding Congressionally-earmarked funds intended to help Ukraine ... Continue Reading →

Hip Hop–And Major Rap Artists–Have The Power To Increase Voter Turnout

This Editorial Appeared In The Gainesville Sun on Jan. 29,2020 and Feb. 3, 2020 By: DJ 6 Minutes When rap superstar Cardi B recently announced on Twitter that she might one ... Continue Reading →

Trump Impeachment Defense Prepares To Rest–While Questions Over Witnesses Lingers

The high profile lawyers deployed to defend President Donald Trump from the impeachment push backed by Democrats in the House Of Representatives are set to make their final arguments, ... Continue Reading →

Longtime Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold Remembered For Spearheading Effort To Bring NFL To North Florida

Longtime Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold passed away Thursday at age 85. Godbold is credited for a number of things but most famously for helping lead the charge that eventually ... Continue Reading →

Fraud Trial of Former Jacksonville City Council Members Underway

The trial of two former Jacksonville City Council Members is now underway, and the stakes could not be higher. Reggie Brown and Katrina Brown, no relation, are facing dozens ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Prompts Fresh Eye Rolls With Latest Comments, This Time About ‘Poor Kids’

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden is finding new ways to make Democrat voters anxious to topple Trump in the 2020 election uncomfortable. Barely a month since the former ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Not Running For U.S. Senate

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams says she will not run for the U.S. Senate next year, likely causing the current seat holder, Republican David Perdue, a devout ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Jumps In, Begins To Pull Away Early In Dem Nomination Race?

Former Vice President Joe Biden finally jumped into the 2020 race to be the next POTUS, and immediately caught the current Prez’s attention–and is starting to pull ... Continue Reading →

Former Vice President Joe Biden To Announce Presidential Bid On Thursday

Former Vice President Joe Biden will announce his plan to run for President on Thursday, according to news reports. Biden, 76, plans to announce his intentions via an online ... Continue Reading →

Florida Legislators Trying To Define ‘Murder’ In Amendment 4 Hearings

In yet another sign that Florida legislators should leave Amendment 4 alone, a new debate in Tallahassee has emerged over what “murder” means. The amendment granted ... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Follows Judge’s Ruling Striking Down Obamacare

After a federal judge in Texas ruled Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act (ACA)–the nation’s health law that was passed by a Democratic-controlled Congress and President ... Continue Reading →