As a Christian American, the rainbow flag communicates to me that I am not welcome.
Black voting behavior has far reaching implications, as America changes demographically into a country less and less white.
121 former federal law enforcement officials have signed a letter urging the passage of the First Step Act.
With all the handwringing about gaps in wealth and income in our country, if we were serious we would have policies that promote, rather than prohibit, ownership.
If we look back to Barack Obama's famous speech at the 2004 Democratic Convention — the speech that put him on the political map — he sounds like Donald Trump.
Black women constitute 6 percent of our population, yet they account for 35 percent of abortions. How can Democrats possibly be serving this community by supporting and encouraging this disaster?
There are, indeed, positive things happening as result of President Trump's leadership — deregulation, a new tax bill, overall business-friendly policies and rhetoric.
Bottom line: What we call a racial divide today is really a partisan divide.
It is indeed a challenge to get truth into poor black communities that have suffered for years from liberal leaders like Cohen telling them what they need is more government and abortion.
It takes great personal fortitude for a young person to turn away from the temptations of promiscuity and to take on the responsibility and commitment of marriage and family.