Thursday, March 30, 2017
Blog Page 336
No major change. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the unemployment rate for October didn't change much and 171,000 jobs war added during the month of October. With election day only four days away,  the U.S. unemployment ticked up...
Two competing California tax ballot measures, Proposition 30 and Proposition 38,  both promise to help fund public education and are competing for the Latino vote to help put them over the top. Some California voters, especially new citizen immigrant...
As the nation supports areas that felt superstorm Sandy’s wrath, some experts believe that Sandy’s consequences evince a larger picture: global warming. While those affected, and especially vulnerable populations, must remain at the forefront of America’s psyche, the storm and...
Last week I had the privilege of keynoting the Toledo NAACP's 99th Freedom Fund Dinner. The event attracted tons of media and more than 700 attendees.  In the audience sat Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, Mayor Michael Bell, loads of council...

Nina Tassler

Name: Nina Tassler Title/Occupation: President Organization: CBS Entertainment What Makes The Person A Game Changer: As president for CBS Entertainment, Nina Tassler has the job of making sure that American viewers are watching week after week, as well as answering critics’ questions...
Arizona’s Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona is positioning himself as a candidate that Arizona has been waiting for, one that will bring back the Barry Goldwater-like politics that are at the core of the state’s identity. Carmona was...
A report from the National Association of Investment Companies shows that private equity firms that are either diverse or owned by  minorities achieved substantially higher gains that those which are not. A Bloomberg report noted: Funds managed by NAIC member firms, 79 percent...
Representative Joe Baca is running against fellow Democrat and current state Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod to represent California's 35th congressional district. Because primaries in California allow the two top vote earners to advance in an open primary system, it...
Four third party presidential candidates debated civil liberties, education policy, and drug policy among other topics last week at a debate hosted by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation. The debate was held last Tuesday, October 23, where participants Justice...
NBC/WSJ released a new poll late last night showing  the President ahead of Mitt Romney in three key battleground states.  The poll of over a thousand likely voters per state showed President Obama a small margin ahead of Gov....