Category Archives: Community

Why Blacks Should Vote Jill Stein for President

The question Blacks must ask themselves voting in 2016 Presidential Election It’s Election Day for 2016. I have to get this message out as expedient as I possibly can (particularly to Blacks) so please read and digest all that you can. Time’s running out so the importance that you read this is crucial. Here we go. Donald Trump runs on the Republican ticket and Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Democratic… Read More »

Clementa Pinckney, Senator in SC, Killed in Hate Crime

SC State Senator Clementa Pinckney killed in church shooting, called a hate crime PressTV reported that South Carolina State Senator Clementa Pinckney was killed in a church shooting, in Charleston, where nine people were killed. The 41-year-old Clementa Pinckney was pastor of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Pinckney’s sister was also among the people who were shot and killed. The suspect who is reported to be a young white man… Read More »

Eric Frein: The Manhunt Continues

Law enforcement still not able to find cop killer and FBI’s second most wanted Eric Frein On September 12th, survivalist and sharpshooter Eric Matthew Frein shot two Pennsylvania State troopers, killing one officer and injuring another. Due to the shooting, Frein made No.2 on the FBI’s top 10 most wanted list. Frein surpassed at least two people on the top 10 list who allegedly raped and murdered children (two at… Read More »

Firebrand: The Definition

The definition of a firebrand What do we refer to as a firebrand? One dictionary gives several definitions (based on the Random House Dictionary) for the word firebrand: Firebrand (fire-brand) [fahyuhr-brand]  Noun 1.    a piece of burning wood or other material. 2.    a person who kindles strife or encourages unrest; an agitator; troublemaker.   The first definition of a firebrand: Something that’s used to bring about light in a dark… Read More »

Baby Saved by Heroic Trio

Baby saved during jammed traffic on the Dolphin Expressway The Miami Herald reports an incident where a 5-month-old baby stopped breathing during standstill traffic, on the Dolphin Expressway in Miami, Florida. A woman by the name of Paula Rauseo, 37, was in standstill traffic on the Dolphin Expressway, when her 5-month-old nephew stopped breathing. In a panic, Rauseo ran from her car with her nephew in hand, screaming for help.… Read More »

Snitch Towns; Towns Ran by Snitches

Small towns ran by snitches Just about everyone in this world knows someone who’s a “snitch.” Snitch reference and definition A “snitch,” also referred to as a “rat,” is commonly defined as someone who is an informant and/or witness used by law enforcement and the criminal court system. This is a person who can be paid or unpaid, for services that can be temporary or for long periods of time… Read More »

Zimmerman Supporters Got it Right

What we need to learn from supporters of George Zimmerman First off, let me start by saying that in no way do I believe that justice was served by the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. From everything I know about this case, Zimmerman should have been found guilty of manslaughter at the very least, although I still believe he killed the young man in cold blood, and that he’s… Read More »

Raising a Child in Today’s World

The fear of raising a child in today’s society In June of 2009, I was blessed to have a beautiful child; a baby girl came into my life. She is my first and only. She is my most precious gift and has truly made my life worth living. It is a feeling that you can never understand until you have your own, particularly when you’re there to witness their birth.… Read More »

Black; More Than a Race in the US

“Black” not just a race in America The Black community is most often viewed as a racially-connected group by the dominant society. This label is not only superficial but also deeply inaccurate historically and ethnically. In all other racial groups in the U.S., the differences in ethnicity and nationality are widely recognized, whether they be white, red, yellow, brown, or black; for example, people of German, Irish, and English descent… Read More »