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Rick Scott is all about purging FAMU too

Dean Colson, the Chairman of Florida’s state university system Board of Governors congratulated 8 Florida A& M University Board of Trustees for following his directive. Last week, Colson wrote a terse letter to the BOT demanding that FAMU President Dr. James Ammons be held “accountable.” ...

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Mitt Romney is like the joke that never ends

Mitt Romney has got to be the absolute worse excuse for a politician ever. His endless gaffes, his mechanical personality, his lack of knowledge about what is really going on in the world of politics, and his inability to connect with ordinary people have all been the things, and will continue to be the things that political junkies ...

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Pressing President Obama

Members of the Republican Party have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that they will go to any lengths to make sure that they win the 2012 presidential election. These folks have gone over and beyond in their efforts to be cunning, conniving, and just down right sneaky. ...

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Miami Beach to Blacks: Get out!

Note to African American tourists who showed up in Miami for Memorial Day Weekend. Next year, book your four-day vacation in the Bahamas or Jamaica, where your tourism dollars will be appreciated. Miami Beach Mayor Matti Bower and the city commissioners ...

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Donald Duck’ Trump and which Romney

The mere sight of Mitt Romney tends to make my eyes roll, my blood pressure boil, my skin crawl, and the crack of my butt itch, but lately he has ignited a level of rage inside of me that I never knew that I had. I have grinded my teeth nearly down into stumps because for months now ...

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Dumb, dumber and stupid

To all of my faithful readers out there, I would first like to say that I have certainly missed all of you. Due to an unforeseen and untimely illness I was forced to take a rather unpleasant hiatus from writing, but thanks to the marvels of modern medicine, I am back, and back with a vengeance. ...

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Labor organizing as a Civil Right

In the United States, worker rights and civil rights have a deep and historic connection. What is slavery, after all, if not the abuse of worker rights taken to its ultimate extreme? A. Philip Randolph, president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, recognized this link and, as early as the 1920s, ...

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Racist ‘Talk’ with White Children

In the wake of the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., stories appeared in newspapers, on broadcast outlets and on the Internet about “the talk,” a candid conversation Black parents have at some point with their Black sons about surviving in a society ...

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