Daily Archive: June 25, 2013

    Obama’s Second Term Agenda – Letting America Know

    President Obama has dropped some ten points in recent polls—not surprising given the massive media swirl about supposed scandals. Even though a strong case can be made that the scandals have little merit and are driven by partisan opponents, the President needs to be clearer about his positive agenda for the American people. I…

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    Clarence Thomas: Affirmative Action Policies Are Like Segregation

    The always controversial Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (pictured) threw a hissy fit on Monday in a concurring opinion on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. Thomas joined the majority Supreme Court opinion in sending the dispute back to the federal appellate court for further proceedings. In classic Thomas fashion, he argued against …

    McCready schedules local office hours for July 9

    State Rep. Mike McCready today announced he has scheduled office hours for Tuesday, July 9 in Bloomfield Township. McCready invites local residents of the 40th House District to meet with him from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. to discuss state or local issues. Office hours will take place in Meeting Room 3 of the Bloomfield…

    The Family

    THE FAMILY, Directed by Luc Besson, the film follows a mafia boss and his family (led by Robert De Niro and MichellePfeiffer) as they are relocated to a sleepy town in France under the witness protection program after snitching on the mob. The brand new stills feature Dianna Agron and John D’Leo as Belle…

    Supreme Court Guts Voting Rights Act

    Supreme Court Guts Voting Rights Act

    Earlier this year, a Census Bureau report confirmed, for the first time in history, that Black people vote at a higher percentage than whites in a presidential election. And now, it’s time for our punishment. Now more than ever, there is proof that, with the changing demographics of this country, the only way Republicans can perform well in n …

    Wayne State student profiles struggles of fellow comrades

    DETROIT — Cornelius Porter III wants you to understand. After serving five years in the United States Army, the former military field artilleryman is working to dispel stereotypes and educate the masses on what veterans go through while finding their way back to society. Porter’s newly completed d…

    Miguel Speaks Mind, Offends Many

    There is much to be said for being honest, for speaking one’s mind, for making it clear how one feels on any given issue. But then there are the repercussions. Singer Miguel knows plenty about that because a comment he made about African Americans still has people talking in the Black community, usually unfavorably. Migu…