Ortiz: Let the Economy Decide Your Vote

Alfred Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes in the Hill that voters need only examine their wallets and pocketbooks to determine how to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

Money in Wallet

Study: Black Working Class Opposes Mass Migration

Just like whites, blacks without college degrees are more concerned about cheap-labor migration than are blacks with college degrees, according to a peer-reviewed study by a political-science professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. 


Study: Government Has Failed to Shrink Black, White Income Gap For Almost 50 Years

While Africans-Americans who graduate from good colleges have narrowed the income gap with white college-graduates, partly because of government intervention, such elite progress been washed out by a widening gap at the middle and lower end of society, says the November study from the National Bureau of Economic Research


Nevada Latinos Split Among Hillary, Bernie by Age

Nevada’s Democratic Latino voters are divided over support for Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), with the older population backing the former secretary of state and the younger, millennial-oriented demographic supporting Sanders.

Nevada Latino Protest (Isaac Brekken / Associated Press)

Why I support Spike Lee’s #Oscarsmustfall campaign

Someone called Spike Lee is threatening to boycott this year’s Oscars for having failed to include a sufficient quota of black talent on their nominations list. This is an excellent campaign and one I shall definitely support once I’ve managed

Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

Black Comedians in SF Feel Alone as Blacks Leave City

In San Francisco, where the black population has plunged from roughly 15% of the population in 1970 to less than 6% today, one bar features a series of black comedians playing before a mostly-white audience, reports Bay Area public radio station KQED.

New Study Names San Francisco As Most Expensive To Buy A Home

Man Paints Face Black in Failed Bid to Avoid Police

Jose Espinoza, 23, found a unique–albeit unsuccessful–way to hide from police when they arrived at his house: he spray-painted his face black, paving the way for what may be the worst mugshot in the history of the Central Valley.

Blackface mugshot (Madera County Jail via

Revlon CEO: ‘I Can Smell Black People’

Lorenzo Delpani, the Italian-born CEO of United States-based cosmetics company Revlon, allegedly believes Americans are “dirty” and “small-minded,” that “Jews stick together,” and that he has the ability to “smell a black person” upon entering a room, according to a lawsuit.

Revlon (Reuters)