Are race relations in America improving or more intense? While the election of President Obama brought out the racist side in many Americans that were opposed to his leading the country, we now face multiple […]
Republican presidential hopefuls eventually will have to start running against each other.
In two separate weeks, two grand juries have returned with a non-indictments of two officers, in their respective cases of killing unarmed black men. Yesterday a New York grand jury, returned a non-indictment of Daniel […]
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told a packed Ebenezer Baptist Church sanctuary Monday night how honored he was to be at the home where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once pastored. He said “who could […]
Today on #NewsOneNow, Roland Martin discussed his indignation with the House Republicans recent vote to authorize a lawsuit against President Barack Obama.The Republicans accused the President of over-stepping his Constitutional authority by changing how he […]
Last week the Obama administration announced the negotiated release of American P.O.W., Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl – and it has come with harsh criticisms. The US “swapped” five Taliban P.O.W.s from Guantanamo Bay to make this […]
WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE? As tensions increase with the Russia / Ukraine saga we find ourselves in the midst of a diplomatic and possible military quandry. Russia is promising not to invade Ukraine, but […]
March Madness is a lifeline in an otherwise barren winter sports calendar, an essential bridge between football and baseball
On today’s show, Sidney invited several dedicated listeners into the studio to discuss various topics of their own choice. This delightful conversation went from President Obama’s ‘letter grade’ to the role of the ‘black woman’. […]
Two Georgia inmates are among the list of 21 who have been granted commutations or pardons by President Barack Obama.