Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Exclusive to Politic365.com Angela McGlowan didn't start out as a black Republican. A Mississippi native with a soft voice that still projects the twang of the deep South, McGlowan laughed aloud when asked if she'd always been a conservative. “Growing up...
By Jeff Mays Glenn Beck thinks social or economic justice are code words for Nazism or communism, and he called President Barack Obama a racist, but he can't get enough of Madea? That's right, filmmaker Tyler Perry is one of Beck's heroes: "This guy is a hero to...
By Boyce Watkins, PhD Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell received some push back for attempting to declare April "Confederate History Month," recently. The action was disturbing to many African Americans, because celebrating the confederacy is tantamount to celebrating a government that clearly...
On Tuesday, Philadelphia mayor, Michael Nutter testified before the House Appropriations subcommittee on the interior and environment. He asked Congress to preserve the $180 million National Endowment for the Arts budget. Nutter cited Philadelphia benefits from NEA funding, including free...
Michael Steele, in an effort to cover himself before his fellow Republicans, gave a stirring address Saturday to deal with those who are challenging his position as chairman of the Republican National Committee. "I'm the first here to admit that...
First lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Port-au-Prince unannounced today. Mrs. Obama's press secretary, Katie McCormick Lelyveld, posted the following on The White House Blog, Moments ago First Lady Michelle Obama and...
It wasn't an April Fool's joke. Cory Booker tweeted, We did it! 1st calendar free month without a murder since 1966! http://bit.ly/b8RrDn - Welcome to April!!!! - 12:13 AM Apr 1st Twitter via web So his grammar was off, no doubt the...
About 1,000 Haitian children have been handed to families in America, since the January 12th earthquake. According to the Associated Press, these families had filed adoption applications before the quake hit, and it can be presumed that, without the chaos and...
Michael Thurmond, commissioner of the Department of Labor, is one of Georgia’s best kept secrets. The state’s first African American Labor Commissioner, he has held the office for so long -- three consecutive four year terms -- that it...
This video is one of the best green economy primers. In the space of  a few minutes, the concept of green jobs and a green economy is explained and demonstrated. Courtesy of Green for All