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Virginia’s Slave-Trade Center May Be Destroyed For A New Ballpark

Virginia’s Slave-Trade Center May Be Destroyed For A New Ballpark

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger The mayor of Richmond, VA wants to build a ballpark and spur downtown economic revival in historic Shockee Bottom, the city’s oldest neighborhood that was also the center of the slave trade prior to the Civil War. But a group of African-American leaders believe the area is “sacred ground,” according to […]

Neo-Nazi Extremist Groups Using Sesame Street Character to Recruit

Neo-Nazi Extremist Groups Using Sesame Street Character to Recruit

By April Taylor Yahoo News is reporting that Neo-Nazi extremist groups in Germany are using Sesame Street character Cookie Monster as a mascot in their advertising aimed at recruiting children.  The Daily Mail is reporting that the most recent incident occurred in Bradenburg where the local police are stating that Steffen Lange visited a primary […]

Congress Has Money For The Ukraine, But Not For America’s Unemployed

Congress Has Money For The Ukraine, But Not For America’s Unemployed

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III News outlets from all over have been engulfed with the actions of Russia and Ukraine. With tensions building between President Barack Obama of the United States and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the world is watching carefully at what will transpire in the coming future. What has been overlooked in this […]

Dr. Samori Swygert: America Is Obsessed With War, Sends Ballistic Missile Destroyers to Japan

Dr. Samori Swygert: America Is Obsessed With War, Sends Ballistic Missile Destroyers to Japan

America sends ballistic missile destroyers to Japan by Dr. Samori Swygert “EVERYWHERE THERE’S WAR, RUMORS OF A WAR, WAR IN THE EAST, WAR IN THE WEST”-  ”War” by Bob Marley Bob Marley was prophetic, observant, and just objectively sober.  He had a keen insight into the mind of mankind and how we address humanity when […]

The National Civil Rights Museum Gets A Makeover

The National Civil Rights Museum Gets A Makeover

By Lechette Walker Renovations have been completed on a National Civil Rights museum that equals $27.5 million in Memphis, TN. The museum is at a place of historic value located within the Lorraine Motel in Memphis where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. “This museum after 22 years needed to be updated,” said Faith […]

Homicides Drop To New Low In So-Called ‘Murder Capital’

Homicides Drop To New Low In So-Called ‘Murder Capital’

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Even the stubborn murder rate has finally bent to the will of Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emmanuel. The mayor has taken on the troubling school system and pushed for economic innovation while managing a debt that threatens the city’s long-term stability during his term in office, a post he called a dream […]

Republicans Back Paul Ryan, No Matter What Anyone Says

Republicans Back Paul Ryan, No Matter What Anyone Says

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III Would it sound very presumptuous to say that most, if not all Republicans dislike or even hate President Obama? It seems as though no matter what President Obama tries to initiate, there’s always room for disagreement. Former Vice Presidential Candidate and head of the House Budget Committee, Rep. Paul Ryan […]

Millennials Are Smart But Are They Ready Lead?

Millennials Are Smart But Are They Ready Lead?

By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert Researchers and commentators use birth years ranging from the early 1980s to the early 2000s to define America’s millennials. Although, millennials are supposed to be America’s future, are they ready to take leadership? New research from Pew uncovers some interesting characteristics of millennials that might help answer that question. As reported by […]

Court Rules Officers Had No Right To Arrest Jordan Miles

Court Rules Officers Had No Right To Arrest Jordan Miles

By April Taylor A jury has reached a verdict regarding Jordan Miles, a Pittsburgh man who was falsely arrested and then beat during a January 2010 exchange involving officers David Sisak, Michael Saidutte, and Richard Ewing.  Miles case was based on an exchange that took place as he was walking to his grandmother’s house for the […]

Joe Biden Gives His Two Cents On Raising The Minimum Wage

Joe Biden Gives His Two Cents On Raising The Minimum Wage

By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert Vice President Joe Biden recently delivered the White House weekly radio and Internet address in place of President Barack Obama, who was traveling this week. Biden is urging Congress to pass Obama’s proposed wage hike to $10.10 per hour. Vice President Biden said raising the federal minimum wage is good for business. […]