Earlier this year, several folks in my family (including myself) did some variation of DNA testing. You know what I’m talking about; the tests where you send in your DNA and apparently, the government owns and can clone you, but you get to find out, especially if you’re black, that maybe your family originates from…
Before we get too deeply involved in the silly story about Elizabeth Warren having to prove through DNA testing that she is, indeed, part Native American, let’s not forget something too much of the mainstream media has allowed to drift out of everyday conversation. The man who kept demeaning Warren by calling her…
We all know President Trump is a lying-ass liar and that he lies even when there is proof that he is lying.
Maybe now President Donald Trump will release his tax returns, considering he’s had an endless amount of jokes for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who has long claimed she has Native American ancestry. Trump nicknamed her “Pocahontas,” called her “fake Pocahontas,” and even mocked her during a Navajo Veterans’ event.
Donald Trump loves to rally. He may actually love rallying more than he loves KFC original recipe, being smacked on the ass with a rolled up Forbes magazine and watching migrant children being ripped from their families.
I have a confession. The Root’s staff is going to kill me for revealing this top secret information, but in the spirit of openness and honesty, I feel it needs to be said, so here goes:
When Don “Puffy” Comb-Over took the opportunity during a White House ceremony honoring the Native American code talkers to call Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas,” the collective response from most nonracist Americans was, “Oh no, he didn’t!”
I want a wall. I’ve never wanted the wall before, but I do now.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) proved himself to be a coward Tuesday night when he stopped Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) from reading a 1986 letter penned by Coretta Scott King about Jeff Sessions, now the U.S. attorney general nominee.
The Office of Government Ethics on Saturday warned that confirmation hearings for President-elect Donald Trump's nominees are moving too fast.
A week after the devastating election losses that made Donald Trump president-elect and kept the Republicans in control of both houses of Congress, Democrats spent Wednesday putting leaders into place that can help plot the party’s comeback.
“Mr. Stumpf, the Wells Fargo Vision and Values statement [pdf], which you frequently cite, says, quote, ‘We believe in values lived, not phrases memorized. If you want to find out how strong a company’s ethics are, don’t listen to what its people say; watch what they do.’ So, let’s do that.”