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8 Words Politicians Use To Show They Don’t Like Black People

8 Words Politicians Use To Show They Don’t Like Black People

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III We all know that people use code words to describe a feeling and/or action. It’s done within families, communities, and yes, even politics. Many politicians like to use certain words to refer to people, communities, and behaviors. At the CPAC conference held at the National Harbor, MD, Rep, Paul Ryan […]

Will Chokwe Antar Lumumba Be Convinced To Run For His Deceased Father’s Mayoral Seat?

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Jackson, Mississippi lost its mayor in February when Chokwe Lumumba died suddenly after experiencing chest pains. Now as the city looks to fill his shoes, the spotlight has turned to Lumumba’s son, Chokwe Antar. Acting Mayor Charles Tillman was among the mourners who eulogized the civil rights activist turned politician last […]

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Black Children More Likely To Go Back To Hospital For Asthma

By Carolyn Hall According to recent health studies, the interplay between poverty/lack and chaotic social environments can adversely affect the well being of young Blacks. In particular, the two have been cited as a major cause of high asthma rates among the Black urban demographic. In fact, these same studies suggest that a lack of […]

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More Confusing Hangups With Obamacare

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III It sounded like something easy to comprehend. With all of the benefits jotted down by President Obama and his administration, you would think that Obamacare wouldn’t face too many hurdles. Well, at least once it became implemented. However, that isn’t the case. The Obama administration will be delaying the enforcement […]

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Why Did This  Prosecutor Only Get 10 Days For Causing an Innocent Man to Go to Prison for 25 Years?

By Barry Burch Jr. Injustice is real, and when a case involving an innocent man being locked up for 25 years comes to light, this fact becomes all too clear.  Not to mention when that case, too, involves a negligent prosecutor who receives a menial 10 days (in comparison to 25 years) in jail for […]

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Gullible?  Shaquille O’Neal Believes New Jersey Governor Was Ignorant of Administration’s corruption

Politicians aren’t the only ones expressing their opinion regarding Traffic-gate, the malicious lane closure on the country’s busiest commuter bridge in New Jersey. Now, the one and only Shaquille O’neal is weighing in on the controversy. We all know former NBA future Hall of Famer recently endorsed Governor Chris Christie for re-election. He even shot […]

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Why Is The New York Mayor Upset About Horse Drawn Carriages?

by Connie K. Grier When one envisions New York City during the Fall and Winter seasons; part of that mental imagery often involves crisp to cold weather, and enjoyment of a warm beverage while taking a carriage ride through Central Park with a throw over your knees, enjoying the sites. Soon, this vision will be […]

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Leading While Black: Oprah Exposes Racism Waged Toward President Obama

In a recent interview with BBC, media mogul, Oprah Winfrey talked about the presence of racism still existing in America. ‘There’s a level of disrespect for the office that occurs … because he’s African American,’ she said of Obama. The outspoken Winfrey went on to say no one is above racism not even the Leader […]

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Two Agents in Obama’s Security Detail Face Investigation

After a rough week of low reported numbers coming out of Washington regarding enrollment in the Affordable Healthcare Act, it appears the Obama Administration is facing even more troubles. Two members of his trusted security detail are now under investigation for alleged misconduct. According to a federal law enforcement source, the two are supervisors within […]

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Government Shutdown Forces Unemployment Claims Over 300,000

by Barry Burch Jr. The government’s shutting down means something a little different to everyone.  Some see the shutdown as nothing more than political bickering between the same ol’ two opposing parties, and others see it as the worse thing to happen since Hurricane Katrina.  What’s for sure is that there are people out of work, […]

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