A look at race, gun violence, and the March for our Lives
Content categorized as Political commentary
Reginald Black explains how important housing subsidies are for the homeless.
The Way Home Campaign calls for roughly one percent of the city budget to be applied toward “ending homelessness in D.C.”
On March 12, ten years after the financial crisis, I again joined the Fed Up Campaign (the “green shirts,” as they have been named by the government bureaucrats), along with members from Spaces D.C., to march on Wall Street.
In 1994, an assault-weapons ban signed by President Bill Clinton outlawed the AR-15. But the law had a lot of loopholes and gun manufacturers circumvented it by modifying the weapons. The ban was written to expire after ten years and was lifted in 2004. Democrats tried to renew it, but there wasn’t much interest in Congress. I think President Trump can do the same but make stronger impact on banning assault-weapons. If you buy an AR-15 for sports, gun stores should ask the buyer for sporting proof. This weapon should not be used for hunting.
Street Sense vendor Colly Dennis writes about his frustration with fellow vendor and columnist Jefferey McNeil’s frequent pieces on his support of President Trump and his administration.
Street Sense vendor and columnist Jefferey McNeil writes about his conflicted and oftentimes negative opinions on liberal values.
Street Sense reader Howard Freed writes of his frustration with the continued printing of columns from a frequent Street Sense contributor and vendor, Jeffrey McNeil.
Marcellus Phillips’ take on the legacy of Marion Barry
As a native Washingtonian who has known Marion Barry in many roles over the past 50 years, from Pride Incorporated to the School Board to D.C. City Council, the Mayor’s Office and his fall from grace, back to Mayor again and other stops along the way, one might say I’ve known Barry to wear many hats.
Gary Minter offers his take on how federal tax code could be re-written to benefit the “little people”.
There is a new civil war going on in America. Much of the world is losing faith and trust in us. The word of God says the new Babylon will fall. It will be cut off from the world and will fall from within.
Vendor and conservative political com mentor Jeff McNeil responds to critics and recounts a recent invitation to meet at the White House with staffer from the Executive Office of the President.
Artist and vendor Jeffrey McNeil criticizes the liberal platform and instead supports a revolutionary base of Black conservatives.
In this letter to the editor Street Sense customer Penny Williams expresses her frustration with the politically commentary of Street Sense columnist Jeffrey McNeil.
Michael Craig explains the double-sided effects of the celebration of Black History Month in this opinion piece.
Street Sense Media vendor and columnist Jeffery McNeil discusses his frustrations with the Democratic party in the midst of the Trump administration.
In this letter to the editor, vendor Colly Dennis writes about his frustrations with a Street Sense Media columnist’s articles on President Trump.
In this opinion piece Jeffrey McNeil describes his experiences as a black Trump supporter and his disappointment in black republicans.
The number of homeless people in Washington, D.C., dropped about 10 percent, from 8,350 in January 2016 to 7,473 last year. But I wouldn’t get… Read more »