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It’s too early to panic over 45’s budget

March 24, 2017

If you happened to have voted for the 45th President, you may be feeling a little spat on, right about now. The man who said he wanted to take care of the little people, those who were forgotten by the elites, now wants to cut programs that affect these working class people, ranging from Legal […]


With Liberty and Justice for All

March 3, 2017

The following address was delivered by Dr. Ali on February 24 during a Naturalization Ceremony for New U.S. Citizens at U.S. District Court in Greensboro with the Honorable Catherine C. Eagles, presiding Your Honor, Judge Eagles, thank you for this incredible invitation and honor to share a few (brief) words in celebration of … you, […]


I’m not tired yet!

February 24, 2017

At my church, we sing a song entitled “I’m Not Tired Yet.” I love that song because it gives me the energy and the inspiration to persevere. Originally performed by The Mississippi Mass Choir, “I’m Not Tired Yet” allows you to leave your bed in the morning with a positive approach to the day, filled […]


Trump’s minion prepares to gut consumer watchdog

February 17, 2017

“Personnel is policy,” says Gary Cohn, the former president of Goldman Sachs recently named to head President Trump’s National Economic Council. He got that right, and every working family should shudder that Trump — after railing against the corruptions of Goldman Sachs and other big banks in the campaign — has put six former Goldman […]


American democracy depends upon full investigation of foreign influence

February 3, 2017

“Foreign powers also will not be idle spectators. They will interpose, the confusion will increase, and dissolution of the Union ensue. ” – Alexander Hamilton, 1787 The first few days of Donald Trump’s presidency have seen what may be the beginning of the end of the Affordable Care Act, an average annual hike of $500 […]


What’s next for the economy?

January 27, 2017

The economic philosophies of Democrats and Republicans are drastically different. While neither party is interested in dismantling the predatory capitalism that extracts surplus value from workers, Republicans are more interested in reinforcing predatory capitalism and “free markets,” while Democrats are more interested in ameliorating the effects of predatory capitalism and regulating markets in ways that […]


Moral Courage: Standing up for what is right

January 20, 2017

“Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable. Even a superficial look at history reveals that no social advance rolls in on the wheels of inevitability. Every step towards the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle . . . This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and […]


Civil rights at risk under Sessions

January 13, 2017

Confirmation hearings for Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, named by Donald Trump to be attorney general of the United States, began Jan. 10, before Trump is even inaugurated. The rush and insistence on only two days of hearings reflects Republican efforts to cram the nomination through before Americans understand what is at stake. Sessions will, no […]


There’s finally a grownup in Raleigh

January 6, 2017

We are only a few days into the New Year but two starkly different political styles are already on display in Raleigh. Newly elected Governor Roy Cooper is beginning his term by methodically announcing his choices for cabinet posts after calling Republican legislative leaders to inform them of his decisions. And they are good ones. […]


We are not exceptional – just average

December 29, 2016

We in these United States love to bask in the glory of our “exceptionalism.” We are great, we are wonderful, we dominate the world. Scholars who study “us” say that our exceptionalism is rooted in the fact that we have offered leadership in international affairs. We have committed more resources than other countries to the […]


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