In August 2015, only few news media believed Donald Trump, the US Republican Presidential candidate was believable. AfroAmerica Network was one of them. This is what AfroAmerica Network published on August 15, 2015.
It is on Oprah Winfrey show, back in 1988, that the real estate billionaire Donald Trump first predicted his potential success if he ever decided to run for the White House. "I think I'd win. I tell you what: I wouldn't go in to lose. I've never gone in to lose in my life. And if I did decide to do it, I would say I'd have a hell of a chance of winning. I think people are tired of seeing the country ripped off," Donald Trump told Oprah Winfrey then.
When Oprah asked him whether he intended to run, Donald Trump ruled out the possibility, while leaving the door open.
Today, Friday, January 15th, 2016 would have been Martin Luther King Jr.’s 87th birthday.
Since Martin Luther King Jr's death, the Black Community and the minorities have accomplished a lot. They have managed to reach the highest office, have the right to vote, have representatives in all the institutions of the government, and a growing influence in the economic sectors. However some issues remain. According to Dr Bernice King, the daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., despite having
The US Defense Department (DOD) began deployment of at least 300 additional troops to the West African country of Cameroon this week, the White House announced on Wednesday. The troops will help the Cameroonian army to fight the Islamists known as Boko Haram.
"Our common home has been part of this group of the excluded which cries out to heaven and which today powerfully strikes our homes, our cities and our societies ... To use a telling phrase of the Rev. Martin Luther King, we can say that we have defaulted on a promissory
The United States will not support African dictators bent on changing the constitutions of the countries to allow themselves to cling onto power, the US State Department said in a statement on Friday, September 4, 2015 by State Department Spokesperson John Kirby . The statement condemned Rwanda’s Parliament and President Paul Kagame for the decision to " establish a Constitutional Reform Commission that may amend or remove executive term limits and permit President Kagame to seek a third term in 2017."
The statement by the US State Department immediately drew a scathing reply from the self styled Rwandan Foreign Minister, Louise
"A politics that's based solely on tribe and ethnicity is a politics that's doomed to tear a country apart," said President Obama during a speech in Kenya. "It s a failure, a failure of imagination." President Obama spent the week-end in Kenya on a visit aimed to deepen U.S. alliances with Kenya on trade, terrorism and wildlife protection.
Apologizing for not visiting his relatives as the traditional customs would require, he referred to the obligations of political officials