Is the appointment of an EM the end of a generation of Detroit fighers like Young, Kenyatta, and Watson?
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There is a lot of talk about who will be the mayor of Detroit in 2014. But who wants a city that has been on the decline for the last four decades, has lost residents every year for the last 40 years, is on the way to bankruptcy, has schools that are day-care centers more … 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 →
There is entirely too much talk about how President Barack Obama won a second term for the presidency of the United States of America. There were so many things going against him, like millions and millions of dollars and an opponent that would tell any lie that got him to the next round. And don’t … Continue Reading →
It was thought black people and young people weren’t excited about this election, but thank God they all were wrong. Young people and black people turned out big time.
There is no doubt this time around this country is at the crossroad of philosophical governing. The purpose of government is in question in the 2012 election as never before. The United States of America is taking a new shape and all the cards are on the table. There are no rules that can’t be … Continue Reading →
The president of the United States of America hasn’t done enough to save American and Afghanistan lives. President Barack Obama hasn’t learned from the failed, bankrupt, dissolved U.S.S.R. that you can’t change a people from the outside in. Change comes from the inside out. The people in South Africa brought down the system of enslavement … Continue Reading →
The election of a man that has a white mother and an African father to the presidency of the United States has made the hardhearted more hateful. The hatred seen now is so direct and open that robes and letters aren’t necessary. The opposition to the president and attorney general of the United States over the … Continue Reading →