WE, THE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON SHORES

Kajuel Head 200By Ka'Juel J. Washington, Esquire - Candidate for City Commissioner, District 6
There once was a fox that came to a stream. As it was about to swim across, along came a scorpion. Because the scorpion couldn't swim, he asked the fox for a ride across the water. The fox knew the scorpion was dangerous and was very afraid. He said to the scorpion, "I will not give you a ride because if I do, you will sting me." The scorpion responded, "Why would I sting you?

Orlando Mayoral Candidate Paul Paulson Said, 'Black Lives Matter?' Really?

PaulPaulson headby 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.

Is Slavery Over When Some Black Leaders Are Still For Sale?

LeslieWimesby Leslie Wimes
That's the question I keep asking myself every election cycle, when I see what Patrick Murphy and others like him, do. When I say others like him, I mean those who know nothing about the Black community, don't care to know anything about the Black community, and feel the way to secure the votes of the Black community is by buying them.

Do 'BlackLivesMatter' To The Orlando Mayoral Candidates? HELL NO!!

NatalieJackson1by 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.