CASH IN THE APPLE: Doubting Trump

January 18, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

BY CASH MICHAELS OF THE WILMINGTON JOURNAL   As we head toward the inauguration of our nation’s 45th president, despite the troubling questions that surround him, there are those who question that despite our many, many […]

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As Obama departs, we owe him our thanks

January 5, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

By Rev. Jesse Jackson of Rainbow Coalition ( – The final days of the Obama presidency are upon us. His popularity is rising with the economy, and with the increasingly stark contrasts to his successor. It […]

Enduring Myths: The Willie Lynch Letter

April 18, 2016 keesto 0

Given the sparse judicial resources (judges were forced to travel from town-to-town hearing cases, which is where we get the term “judicial circuit”) and the frequency of property crimes in the early republic, lynching was often seen as a form […]

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