Tag: Politics

If Omarosa Has The Smoking Gun Should She Be Heard

By Michael August 13, 2018 Off

If Omarosa Manigault Newman has the smoking gun which would bring an end to the Trump presidency should she be heard?

I pose this question because on Sunday’s Meet The Press with Chuck Todd, Omarosa said her third book, Unhinged: An Inside Account of the Trump White House (Galley Books, 330 pages, 2018), reveals she witnessed Trump place a sheet of paper in his mouth and chew on it after receiving it from his then fix it attorney Michael Cohen. read more

King James Trumps The Loud Mouth Without Trying

By Michael August 4, 2018 Off

King James trumps the loud mouth in the White House. LeBron James a high school graduate and multi-millionaire proves once again that he is smarter than the loud mouth in the White House. Said loud mouth is purported to have a degree from the Wharton School of Business and to have millions of dollars that no one seems to be able to verify. read more

Breeding Babies or Breeding Racial Hatred?

By Michael April 1, 2018 Off

Breeding babies or breeding racial hatred?

In 1971, I was a college student at Tuskegee University. Two of my classmates and I decided to drive down to Ozark, Alabama to attend George Wallace’s kick-off run for President. Although, the crowd was not dressed in the garb of the KKK, they might very well have been.

Women carrying six-week-old babies, some younger, some slightly older, dressed in diapers with a Wallace bumper sticker draped around their bodies filled the campaign rally. In smaller print were the words: “Segregation Today, Segregation Tomorrow.” read more

Why Take Pension Away From Career Civil Servant Andrew McCabe?

By Michael March 17, 2018 Off

I just don’t get it. What lurks within the heart of a government official who would take away the pension of a civil servant who gave more than 20 years of his life to the government?

It makes no sense to me. Simply cold and heartless is about all I can make of Attorney General Jeff Sessions move to fire Andrew McCabe two days before his full pension vests. read more

Harvey Going Beyond The Law

By Michael August 27, 2016 Off

Finally, I’m going beyond the law. I’ve being trying to redefine myself since that morning in 2003 when I closed my law practice. The moment I locked an empty law office door behind me, I instantly felt different. I  felt the weight of other people’s problems literally fall from my shoulders. They crashed and sank into the carpet outside of Suite 710 at 230 Peachtree Street. It was liberating. read more

Harvey On Presidential Politics

By Michael December 15, 2015 Off

Harold Michael Harvey, novelist and essayist has agreed to provide political commentary on the 2016 presidential election for the Tracy Larkin Broadcast Network (http://www.tlbnetwork.com/). The internet radio station is based in Montgomery, Alabama. It is the brainchild of Montgomery native, Tracy Larkin. The station is noted for the soulful music it plays and for intellectual conversations  on current issues.

Larkin is known as “The Velvet Hammer,” by Montgomerians. He has provided them with his smooth delivery since the late 1960s. He is renowned for his interview skills. The program will feature Larkin and other members of the “Tan Town Coffee Club” interviewing Harvey.

The interviews will be broadcasted live each Saturday during the 11:00 a. m. – noon (cst) time slot. They will cover the key issues of the week involving the race for the White House.

Harvey is the author of the legal thriller Paper Puzzle and Justice in the Round: Essays on the American Jury System. He earned a political science degree from the legendary Tuskegee Institute and a juris doctorate degree from Atlanta Law School. He is a former civil rights and criminal defense lawyer.

In 2011, Harvey joined several political pundits at allvoices.com to provide commentary on the 2012 presidential election. Also, in 2012, he covered the Democratic National Convention for Allvoices. He won two American Pundit Prizes for his commentary. Additionally, Harvey has provided political and legal commentary for the Financial Breezy Show on the Kingdom Builders Communication Network (www.kbcnetwork.net).

“We are pleased to have Harold Michael Harvey join us on the Tan Town Coffee Club on Saturday mornings,” Larkin said in making the announcement. “His fresh perspective and keen insight into the political and legal issues of our times is enlightening.”

“I am excited about this opportunity,” Harvey said. “I promise to do my research during the week and provide the listeners with a frame of reference that will help them to make sense out of political sound bites from daily news programs.

“We believe he will enlarge our audience. People throughout the country, indeed throughout the world, can tune into TLBN,” Larkin said.

Harold Michael Harvey is an American novelist and essayist, the author of Paper puzzle and Justice in the Round. He can be contacted at haroldmichaelharvey.com.


Press Release from the Cascade Publishing House for Immediate Release.

Contact Cyn Harvey at haroldmichaelharvey.com