Written By James T. DeShay The evils of life are clearly visible to all those willing to open their eyes.The tragic situation taking place in the life of Lamar Odom exposes the traps that await those who are convinced that drugs, sex and the wild life can bring joy to one's existence. We can't continue to live on the edge hoping the fall will never come. It will always come despite our inability to handle the sadness created by the dark side.
by Lawrence A. Robinson We all know that politics can get ugly sometimes. Politicians will often say things that they don't really mean or they make promises that they know they can't keep. Sometimes they get elected into office with good intentions only to find out that they can't do for their constituents what they thought that they could, so they end up doing nothing.
by Attorney Natalie Jackson Farrakhan proved to the US government that HE is the only (POC) leader that can rally one Million Black, Latino, Native American and Muslim (mostly young) people (the people most discriminated by and disenfranchised by this government). Yesterday, he made an arguably successful bid to prove that HE is the only elder leader that the young, angry, and disenchanted can respect as being unbought and unbossed and unapologetically so.
October 25, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nathan Chambers, a 25-year resident of District 6, is one of 5 candidates seeking the position of City Commissioner for District 6. Chambers has been a dedicated and successful small business owner and real estate agent for over thirty years.
by Attorney Natalie Jackson staff note: Attorney Natalie Jackson viewed a analyzed the Orlando Sentinel editorial staff questioning the Orlando Mayoral candidates. She was particularly interested in the candidates interest in Black issues focusing on police interaction with Black people. Attorney Jackson was not happy as shown by her 'cliff notes', and further FaceBook comments.
We all know that it is nearly impossible for a city commissioner to accomplish anything in their own district without the help of other commissioners. All city commissioners vote for projects and budgets for every district, not just their own.