Friday, June 23, 2017
Blog Page 853
Haiti President Rene Preval is expected to show up at the United Nations armed with a 50-page "Vision and Plan" for rebuilding the nation's infrastructure, as well as  a request for $3.9 billion. The $3.9 billion will cover reconstruction...
Former U. S. Representative Kweisi Mfume starts a new position today as the executive leader of the National Medical Association (NMA), the nation's oldest and largest organization representing the interests of over 30,000 physicians of African descent and their...
President Obama surprised the nation when he surfaced Sunday in Afghanistan after a whirlwind week in which he signed his health care reform initiative into law. While the Sunday morning political talk shows mostly played "Monday morning quarterback," dissecting...
In his service as a special envoy to Haiti, former President Bill Clinton spoke to aids groups serving the earthquake-devastated country on Thursday. He asked groups to focus their energies on assistance that enables Haiti to become a self-sufficient...
Editor's Note: Please read the snippet of commentary by my colleague, Markus Robinson. It absolutely conveys the reason why and how Politic365.com exists, and it explains the necessity of our presence in new media.  I'm proud to be a...
Georgia attorney general Thurbert Baker finds himself under attack by Georgia governor Sonny Perdue and the Republican members of the Georgia legislature this week, who are rumored to be introducing a resolution to introduce Articles of Impeachment against Baker....
President Barack Obama signed the healthcare reform bill into law yesterday at the White House. Now that the historic signing ceremony is over, what does this really mean for the average citizen? So many charges and countercharges between the...
H.R. 4920 “Employing Youth for the American Dream Act of 2010” offers tax incentives to employers for hiring young workers, 16 - 24 H.R. 4920 the "Employing Youth for the American Dream Act" (EYADA) is a combination of training dollars,...
Black politicians haven't always met in private clubs with cherry and mahogany embellished paneling and butlers carrying silver platters lined with brandy snifters. Historically, some have favorite hangouts, haunts and back rooms, where they go to relax, entertain and...
It's been rumored that former president George W. Bush is an obsessive-compulsive who likes to keep his hands clean. Barack Obama even commented on Bush's chronic need to use hand sanitizer. And it looks like there could be some...