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A familiar music

A familiar music By Pastor Rasheed Z. Baaith  “Yea, they opened their mouth wide against me, and said, ‘Aha, aha, our eye hath seen it’.” (Psalm - 35:21)      I guess the thing that most disturbs me about the attacks against Dr. Brenda Snipes and her execution of duties as Supervisor of Elections (SOE) is the attempt to give the impression that she has been somehow derelict or incompetent. Nothing is furthe ...

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An Open Letter to Floridians about Florida’s Independent Judiciary

TALLAHASSEE, FL – State Rep. Perry Thurston (D-Plantation), the incoming House Democratic Leader, issued the following Open Letter to Floridians regarding Florida’s independent judiciary.  In the letter, Rep. Thurston urges Floridians to vote “no” on Florida’s Amendment 5, “yes” to retaining three Florida Supreme Court justices, and he asks Floridians to call on State Attorney General Pam Bondi to reject th ...

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In this tough election, we must not lose sight of social justice and interdependence

In this tough election, we must not lose sight of social justice and interdependence By M. Starita Boyce Ansari, Ph.D.      BlackNews.com — Fifty years ago, Americans from community after community came together and committed to a vision for justice and equality. People fought. People died. People transcended the small interests of their own needs, as Blacks, Jews, women, gays and lesbians, took real risks ...

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