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Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is seen at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, Friday, March. 31, 2023. Former President Donald Trump was indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, Thursday, a historic reckoning after years of investigations into his personal, political and business dealings and an abrupt jolt to his bid to retake the White House. (AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura)

Recruiting 'woke warriors' within the Black community

In recent years, the term "woke" has gained nauseating momentum in political and social discourse. Yet we still seem to have different definitions. Some say it's a "trendy" ideology. Others say it's a deceptive movement with nefarious intentions. Perhaps put simply, it refers to a social and political consciousness that is overly sensitive to discrimination to the point where it actually creates a division among the people.

FILE - President Joe Biden speaks about his student debt relief plan at Central New Mexico Community College, Nov. 3, 2022, in Albuquerque, N.M. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Biden seeks to purge Conservatives from federal jobs

Joe Biden's Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is proposing a rule change on requirements and standards for vetting federal workers. But the updated guidance, if enacted, will effectively authorize the government to purge individuals based on their political or religious beliefs.

Liberals assault on Black conservatives illustration by Greg Groesch / The Washington Times

Liberals' continued assault on Black conservatives

After Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, delivered the GOP response to President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress in 2021, "Uncle Tim" began trending on Twitter.

Illustration on replacing abortion disinformation with positive values and aspirations by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Goodbye to the abortion gaslighting

Gaslighting is the word of the year, but can we talk about how we have been gaslighted on abortion for the last 40 years?

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia, speaks to supporters on election night watch party at a hotel in Atlanta on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Abrams has conceded and called Bryan Kemp to congratulate him. (Miguel Martinez/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP) **FILE**

Stacey Abrams' swan song is off-key

Stacey Abrams' political career has been sidetracked, again, but I doubt that will stop her from making unsubstantiated, if not contrived, claims about people of color in our election process.