Tag: voting rights

Black Politics — State vs. Nation Centered Power, Part 2: Strategy Implications on Black Politics

National-Centered Power gives greater authority and responsibility to the federal government. Generally speaking, nation centered powers are limited to those specified in the Constitution. As it relates to black politics, the so-called “Reconstruction Amendments” that were introduced into the Constitution after the Civil War are probably the most significant. These are the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the constitution....

The Republicans’ War on Voting Rights, Protesting and Democracy – SOME MORE NEWS

Here’s a news: During Brett Kavanaugh’s first week as a Supreme Court Justice, the White House put in a request for the Court to strike down another request for Secretary Wilbur Ross to testify in regards to his decision to add a question about citizenship in the next census. Hard to guess how Justice Brett “You-Dems-will-reap-the-whirlwind” Kavanaugh will lean on...