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Would 2018 Bring in a New 9th Congressional Leader

January 1, 2018 by


If you live in the 9th Congressional District of Tennessee (Memphis) please take this survey on “Who would best represent the Congressional District”, 2018-2020. Advertisements

June 30, 2016 by


Del Gill is More Than Qualified to be Elected Chairman of Shelby County Demomocratic Party.

May 1, 2016 by


Under the Kathryn Bowers administration, we did the unthinkable: got an office; a secretary; and a phone creating a working environment that led the party in the right direction; but half the Executive Committee placed their commitment into “party strongman leadership”; look at where that has gotten the party? In addition; later Chairpersons with little […]

Understanding the Congressional Committee of Tennessee, Inc.

December 29, 2015 by


The 9th Congressional District of Tennessee is among the poorest congressional districts in the country. This district consists of a black population that’s approximately 70%, it’s highly likely that lower wages and a lack of employment is the culprit in the city’s high crime and violence rate as well. Memphis is the county seat and is where […]

Memphis Black Republicans Posing as Democrats: Are They Effective?

August 4, 2014 by


Shelby Countians are preparing to execute the largest election in decades;  some are saying in history.  The stake in this election has been high; for decades the county has run virtually on E. H. Crump era politics.  The Republican officials, there has been only 1 or 2 Democrats who have won a countywide election, have been […]

Memphis/Shelby County Black on Black Politics: Voting to Destroy Self!

July 19, 2014 by


                Sure, we’re living in a free country, but our politics are as different as the sun and the moon.  Over the last few years, our political views have reached the extremities unlike any other period in our  nation’s history.  Among black Americans, we’ve lived through an ecliptic […]

Propaganda, Coup de’etat, and Representative Democracy!

April 24, 2014 by


There’s a fundamental difference in America’s representative democracy and other democracies as well as how democratic politics apply to our lives; simply; politics is about the future and how to get there; over the years; our political processes have maintained a level of public confidence and our laws have to protect the election process; other […]