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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 […]

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. […]

Bill De Blasio Wears An Afro Wig To A Charity Event: Is He Pandering?

Bill De Blasio Wears An Afro Wig To A Charity Event: Is He Pandering?

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger With the help of notable star power like Steve Buscemi , Rev. Al Sharpton and Chris Rock, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio poked fun at himself and raised laughs at his first Inner Circle Dinner on Saturday Night. The New York Daily Mail dubbed it a “SNL-type performance,” referring to […]

Romney Says Obama Caused Ukranian Crisis

Romney Says Obama Caused Ukranian Crisis

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Borrowing a page from fellow defeated GOP presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, Mitt Romney attacked President Barack Obama’s foreign policy this weekend, blaming him for escalating the crisis in Ukraine. McCain, who like Romney in 2012 was beaten by Obama in 2008, has been a constant source of criticism for the […]

GOP Senator Thinks Its Ok To Kick People Out Of Your Establishment

GOP Senator Thinks Its Ok To Kick People Out Of Your Establishment

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III If some lawmakers had their way without the vote of the people, they would reinstate prejudice and discrimination to its highest level. Let’s make this more practical. Without the use of social media, people like you and I would not be able to gain access to what certain lawmakers are […]

Did You Know That Florida Has Never Executed A White Man For Killing A Black One?

Did You Know That Florida Has Never Executed A White Man For Killing A Black One?

by Barry Burch Jr. For some reason the state of Florida always seems to be in the media for its unfair treatment of minorities.  The state is now being looked at for the disproportionate amount of minorities it executes. There have been 84 people to lose their life at the hands of the state since […]

Black Congresswoman Outraged Over Paul Ryan’s Racist Words

Black Congresswoman Outraged Over Paul Ryan’s Racist Words

by Afiya J. Watkins Budget Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) has angered more than a few people with his controversial rhetoric, but none more so than Barbara Lee (D-CA), a member of the Congressional Black Caucus. Incensed by his racially charged comments, she fired back at the budget chairman for claiming that poverty is caused by men […]

Lebron James Works With President Obama To Promote Obamacare

Lebron James Works With President Obama To Promote Obamacare

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Holding a sign that says simply “#getcovered” and flashing his trademark smile, NBA great LeBron James has joined the White House in its recruitment of young adults badly needed for the ongoing health of the Affordable Healthcare Act. President Barack Obama and his well-oiled machine are aggressively recruiting the youngest, healthiest […]

Northeastern University suspends palestinian justice student group

Northeastern University suspends palestinian justice student group

The Northeastern University chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine has become the latest student group to face reprimand for organizing around the Palestinian cause. Northeastern has suspended the group until 2015, barring it from meeting on campus and stripping it of any university funding. The move comes just weeks after student activists distributed mock […]

Mothers Fear For Their Children In Stand Your Ground States

Mothers Fear For Their Children In Stand Your Ground States

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Gathering at the state capitol in Tallahassee on Monday, residents of Florida gathered to denounce the state’s controversial Stand Your Ground law that has been the subject of two high-profile killings of black teens. Among the speakers who spoke to the crowd were Rev. Al Sharpton, attorney Ben Crump and the […]