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The politics of truth is a political maelstrom

But for one fleeting moment in time, consider the race for Miami Dade County Commission District 1. Incumbent Barbara Jordan is facing what some call a “Puppet Challenger” in term limited Miami Gardens Mayor Shirley Gibson. ...

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Young and restless booty popping

Forget about the Young and the Restless, this week in the Rundown we feature the trials, tribulations, the idiocy, and the utterly bizarre engagements of the Young ...

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FAMU needs a wide receiver

If the James Gang has been accused of robbing a train do you think Frank James would be a good person to explain why Jesse James should not be arrested for robbery? ...

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Willard Bell passed away

Willard Bell passed away on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at Broward General Medical Center. Viewing will be held on Friday, May 25, 2012, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church, 401 N. W. Seventh Terr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ...

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What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?

It is with tormented difficulties that I should join in celebration of this day of national independence. This is due to the lack of forward progress which has been masked in the hidden agendas of a racist leadership ...

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Health care cover up is worse than the crime

If you read the title of this editorial you might think this column is about the Conrad Murray-Michael Jackson debacle that was front page and top story lead on almost every newspaper, magazine or broadcast news show. ...

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Greed – selfishness and dumb

The Supreme Court of the United States of America blew the top off of Arizona’s RIDICULOUS immigration law last week, but for whatever reason, the brain dead governor of the state, Jan Brewer somehow convinced herself into believing that she actually won something out of the deal. ...

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Public education is under attack

My father dropped out of school in the eighth grade and went to work as a laborer in the mills of Western Pennsylvania to help support his family. Later, he mastered the craft of cutting meat and became a butcher. ...

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Health care cover up is worse than the crime

If you read the title of this editorial you might think this column is about the Conrad Murray-Michael Jackson debacle that was front page and top story lead on almost every newspaper, magazine or broadcast news show. ...

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So many choices . . . So many screens

I’ve said it before – we are spoiled rotten. Reviewing Nielsen’s latest Cross-Platform Report, How We Watch from Screen to Screen, I can’t help but smile and remember the earlier days of “watching television.” (You know, the one screen, the only option we had). ...

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