Trump’s White Nationalist Republicans

October 5, 2018

Racial appeals had more to do with the electoral success of the Republican Party than all of the tax breaks, deregulation of industry, and global trade policies crafted by all the neocon graduates of exclusive ivy league educational institutions. Going back to 1964, Republican Presidential Campaigns appealed to white voters…

Who Telling The Truth In Kavanaugh Hearing – Three Factors To Consider

October 2, 2018

Most of us have had the opportunity to view the Kavanaugh hearing. And while his conformation vote rapidly approaches many people are still trying to decide whom to believe. I’m here to held you determine a few of the factors you should consider before coming to a decision. I will…

General Principles to be Considered in Determining the Weight and Sufficiency of the Evidence.

September 30, 2018

Generally, evidence is insufficient in law only in those cases where there is a total absence of such proof, as to either its quantity or kind. Evidence is not to be regarded as insufficient merely because there is other testimony, which, if believed, would authorize a different result. Its probative…

The Alarming World View of White America

September 18, 2018

What motivated white working-class
voters to support Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton by a margin of roughly two to one in the 2016 election? An analysis by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and The Atlantic based on surveys conducted before and after the 2016 election rendered, some very chilling results. The…

Claims of Gang Affiliation and Lack of Due Process Equals Deportation

August 18, 2018

The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) policy of increasing collaboration between federal immigration officials and local criminal law enforcement authorities to detain and deport immigrants has had a devastating impact on immigrant communities. Homeland Security’s alleged focus on detaining and deporting gang members has resulted in falsely labeling many Central…

The 1835 Malê Revolt in Bahia, Brazil.

February 18, 2018

Historian’s say the 1835 Male slave revolt in Bahia, Brazil was Muslim inspired, oral history says it wasn’t. In 1835 Muslims were called “male” in Bahia, from the Yoruba “imale” which designated a Yoruba Muslim. In 1835 most of the “Males” slaves were Nagos , from Yoruba land in present…

Democrats Spend Very Little To Turn Out Black Vote It Depends On

February 5, 2018

Instead of working to organize, engage and inspire people of color who make up 46% of all Democratic voters, the Democratic Party is wasting time and money seeking to capture an elusive white swing voter. Campaign managers believe the white swing voter is the most important sector of the electorate…

Bad Law From A Bad Justice

December 15, 2017

Bad Law From A Bad Justice Life may have just gotten a little more difficult for inner city residents as a result of the recent Supreme Court decision in Utah v. Strieff. Strieff calls into question the right of citizens to walk unmolested by the police on the streets of…

Family and Medical Leave Act Claim in a Mixed-Motive Case.

April 12, 2017

Joseph Egan worked for the Delaware River Port Authority from July 2008 until October 2012. His primary responsibility was to manage fleet assets such as police vehicles, heavy equipment, and other vehicles. In March 2012, Egan was transferred to the Engineering Department and began reporting to Michael Venuto. Egan testified…

Necessity of Understanding Rules of Procedure In Court Filings

March 19, 2017

Nanko Shipping v. Alcoa 15-7070 demonstrates the necessity of understanding the rules of procedure when you file a case. In Nanko the plaintiff filed and action alleging Alcoa had breached a contract to ship a certain percentage of bauxite using ships sailing under the Guinean flag. When Nanko acquired the…