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Greer suing lawyers in aftermath of RPOF ouster

Even as embattled Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer fights criminal charges related to his former tenure, he is also suing two law firms in connection with his downfall as the party’s leader. ...

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Wayne Powell a True Man of the People

It looks like it is going to be one explosive year in the world of politics. Historians and political pundits have estimated that more money will be spent on this November’s upcoming elections than at any other time in United States history. ...

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Selfishness clouds the politics of political perception

This is a matter of political candidates heading into the stretch run towards Election Day - Aug. 14. ...

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Black women are greater than AIDS

Today, at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC, the Black AIDS Institute is highlighting the problem of HIV/AIDS infections among women, especially Black women, in the United States. ...

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Protecting our youth from HIV/AIDS

As we work to turn the tide on HIV, we can almost imagine a day without AIDS - but it will be impossible to achieve if young people are not central to our work. ...

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Political Buckwheat

The re-election of President Barack Obama is being seriously hampered by the Democratic Party’s use of Buckwheat politics! ...

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Penn State’s dirty little secret

This week Penn State was slapped with some of the toughest fines and penalties that have ever been seen by anyone that knows anything about sports. ...

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Heartfelt

Let me start out by saying that my heartfelt condolences go out to all of the victims and the families of those who have been affected by the senseless tragedy in Aurora, Colorado ...

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Brown, Duval Dems sue over new early voting days

U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and several other Democrats on Friday filed a federal lawsuit alleging that changes made last year to a state election law are discriminatory ...

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President Obama signs new initiative to improve educational outcomes for African Americans

On Wednesday (July 26, 2012), during his remarks at the National Urban League conference in New Orleans, La., President Barack Obama announced he would sign an Executive Order today to improve outcomes and advance educational opportunities for African Americans. ...

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