by Attorney taleph Haynes Davis, Esq. I read the article penned by Roger Caldwell here on Community Steeple about Florida House Bill 209 and quite frankly, the article is demonstrative evidence of an article written by one who has absolutely no understanding of not only the import of the bill, but is also evidence of someone who has absolutely no knowledge of, or understanding of, gun ownership in America and the inherent responsibility that goes with the ownership of firearms.
by Roger Caldwell In Florida, there is an obsession with guns, and there are over 1 million concealed weapons in the state. The popularity of active concealed weapons permits has surged in Florida in the past 10 years. In 2002, there were only 250,000 gun permits, and in 2012 there were over 1 million. For the NRA and the Florida Legislature this is an achievement, but for gun control supporters this is insane.
by Jonathan S. Blount Firstly, may I echo the sentiments of gratitude and appreciation to the visionaries who provided the conceptional inspiration for "Black Business Day" advocacy and to those who took the time to support an auspicious beginning.
As Founding Chair and President of Essence Communications, several other media and other business entities, I helped to create catagories of Black Business opportunity and interest. I never could have imagined that over 45 years later, We would still be fighting the same battles. Yet today, we must fight harder since generationally, there is a disconnection as to the need for such advocacy and action. Clearly, "We have not Overcome
Attorney taleph Haynes Davis, Esq If you have to pay taxes, I do not understand the logic with WANTING to pay more taxes.
I run a business, and try to run it efficiently in order to make a profit, in order to keep the profit, or as much of the profit as I CAN keep, in order to live within my means and to keep my business operating.
Have you ever wanted to tell your story so bad, get your point across, had so much on your mind and just needed someone to listen? Well Playwright Loretta Morris White from Central Florida & Playwright Maurice Tyson living in Atlanta, Ga have found a way to make a difference in the communities and be heard in a positive way.