Now, the minister is calling on the pastors of Detroit to come together and buy land. The question is: Can the minister be heard now?
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There is still a lot of talk and writing about President Barack Obama’s win. People are still trying to explain just how a sitting president won re-election with the economy being so bad that many called it a recession. How could Obama win with the unemployment so high and the wages so low? Gas is … Continue Reading →
As a little boy, I was taught the Gettysburg Address and the Bill of Rights. It was important to be able to recite or say by hard, as we called it, these important documents. We were told we could need them to grow up and become voting citizens of the United States. Though blacks were … Continue Reading →
Condoleezza Rice was a high-profile figure in the George W. Bush cabinet. The most powerful and high-profile blacks to serve in the government all came from Republican appointments until President Barack Obama made Eric Holder the top lawman in the nation. The black man on the Supreme Court is a Republican appointment, just as the … Continue Reading →
Blacks need strong unions for job protection and fair treatment; I have had too much experience to believe differently.