How leaders react to crisis make a difference. In this case, it could be the difference between life and death…though you’d never know it.
What does 2019 hold for Memphis and Shelby County? Here’s s a look at some of the big things that are on the table this year.
This post has been updated to reflect new revelations about the mailer sent out by George Flinn. The original assertions have been retracted.
Early Voting for the Shelby County General Election begins today! Get out and take advantage of all the locations we fought to open. Here’s who I support.
Its been eight years since Tennessee made the transformation from a purple state to a solidly red state. Now, nearly all the Democrats in the General Assembly hail from urban areas. To win back Tennessee we have to start competing in rural districts. That means building an army of rural organizers.
Memphis ended 2016 with 228 homicides…most of them were shootings. While that number is both shocking and a record for the city, the story it doesn’t tell is the amount of gun violence that didn’t result in death. It also doesn’t give Memphians or policy makers any real strategy for tackling gun violence in the city