Jeffrey McNeil, a Street Sense Media artist and vendor, shares his view of the President.
Content categorized as Political commentary
Jeffery McNeil gives his thoughts on the strategies of the Democratic Party.
Vendor Ron “Pookanu” Dudley shares his views through a poem titled “Listen”
Black people have become successful without getting paid back for slavery, argues vendor Jeffery McNeil.
The organizing director of D.C. Working Families Party wishes the forums were accomplishing valuable goals.
Vendor Gwynette Smith tries to tackle how to handle America’s immigration policy after the government shutdown.
Street Sense vendor Jeffery McNeil reflects on the Ralph Northam blackface controversy.
Street Sense vendor Angie Whitehurst reflects on what we can learn from the Covington Catholic controversy.
A Street Sense Media vendor shares how her customers have been affected by the shutdown. It’s cutting into her sales.
Street Sense Media vendor Jeffery McNeil discusses some of the possible Democratic opponents of President Trump.
Jeffery McNeil weighs in on the controversy over Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
In mid-September, former Ohio state senator Nina Turner was in Oakland, California, for a campaign rally. As she walked the streets and encountered the city’s massive homeless… Read more »
Street Sense Media vendor Robert Warren calls for people to think, and vote, independently.
The Brett Kavanaugh hearing was like watching a seven-game World Series. It had the makings of an epic Hatfield-McCoy rivalry. Two teams have bad blood,… Read more »
I have been to many countries and studied history, geography and the politics of past civilizations, and it seems to me that the world’s greatest… Read more »
Street Sense vendor and columnist compares D.C. politics to a game of poker- you have to learn how to play the game.
A tipped restaurant worker discusses why she supports Initiative 77 and why you should too.
An opinion piece about the firing of comedian Roseanne Barr two weeks ago over a Tweet.
Where are the news media companies when it comes to the realities of American homelessness? And what can we do to help?
This year’s primary election campaign is a heated one, especially for D.C. Democratic loyalists. Both incumbent candidates, Brianne Nadeau and Anita Bonds, have worked very hard for their constituencies. Can their challengers deliver on their campaign promises?