Archive for May, 2008

Stone Mountain Teacher Carolyn Jones, Student Charged with Disorderly Conduct for Fighting

I guess the school year went out with a bang at a Stone Mountain, Georgia Stephenson High School. Police reports said that a substitute teacher, Carolyn Jones, and a student at the school have been charged with disorderly conduct after a fight during class that was captured on video. A […]

by · May 31, 2008 · Uncategorized

50 Cent Dix Hills, Long Island Mansion, Burns to the Ground, Arson Suspected

The New York Post is reporting that a multimillion-dollar home located in Dix Hills, Long Island and owned by rapper 50 Cent has burned to the ground in what is being described as suspicious. The interesting point is that the mansion is at the center of a dispute between 50 […]

by · May 30, 2008 · Uncategorized
Fort Lauderdale Appoints Frank Adderley, an African American Its New Police Chief

Fort Lauderdale Appoints Frank Adderley, an African American Its New Police Chief

The city of Fort Lauderdale has just appointed its first black police chief, Frank Adderley, a 28-year veteran of the department. His appointment comes as the agency struggles with low morale, distrust of city management and historically poor relations with the minority community. He was appointed chief after Bruce Roberts […]

by · May 30, 2008 · Uncategorized
Sean Levert, Son of O’Jays Lead Singer Eddie Levert, Died of Natural Causes

Sean Levert, Son of O’Jays Lead Singer Eddie Levert, Died of Natural Causes

A coroner has ruled that Sean Levert died of natural causes. The article released by Associated Press in below in its entirety. A coroner ruled Thursday that R&B singer Sean Levert died of natural causes after falling ill in jail, and his family reacted by saying his death possibly could […]

by · May 30, 2008 · Uncategorized

Catholic Pastor Michael Pfleger with Ties to Barack Obama Fans the Flames of Controversy

Here we go again. Another pastor headache for Barack Obama. This is music to Sean Hannity’s ears. While I really don’t find his comments as offensive in some regards as Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s, this is not an issue the Obama campaign wants to revisit. Catholic pastor Michael Pfleger, who is […]

by · May 30, 2008 · Uncategorized

Ku Klux Klan Burns Cross on Lawn of Jamaican Residing in Medford, Oregon

I felt really compelled to inform my readers about this latest case of the Ku Klux Klan rearing its ugly head, in part, because a fellow Jamaican was on the receiving end.According to the Daily Voice, Jonathan and Sol Whyte, who reside in Medford, Oregon, were shocked to find a […]

by · May 29, 2008 · Uncategorized

GOP Latest Campaign Strategy of Highlighting So-Called Endorsements from U.S. Enemies for Barack Obama May Backfire

The latest tactic by the Republican Party is to tell Americans that Barack Obama has received some endorsements from questionable characters worldwide. This is an eerie reminder of the Osama Bin Laden video that miraculously appeared towards the end of John Kerry’s presidential campaign. It really ruined his chances to […]

by · May 29, 2008 · Uncategorized
Rachael Ray’s Scarf Reminds Conservative Critics of Terrorism, Dunkin Donuts Caves, Pull Ad

Rachael Ray’s Scarf Reminds Conservative Critics of Terrorism, Dunkin Donuts Caves, Pull Ad

So, I guess right-wing bloggers and media do have some power after all. It is amazing that people like conservative commentator Michelle Malkin and others were able to get Dunkin Donuts to pull an ad featuring Rachael Ray, yet we cannot make any headway getting people like Liz Trotta, Ann […]

by · May 29, 2008 · Uncategorized

New E-Mail Evidence Surfaces in Secret Service Discrimination Lawsuit

Reginald Moore, who is suing the Secret Service for racial discrimination has sent offensive e-mails of his own, according to new evidence filed in court. So I guess the powers that be will now play tit-for-tat. The court documents include e-mails sent by Moore, who is black, containing a joke […]

by · May 29, 2008 · Uncategorized

British Baptist Delegation Apologizes for Slavery in Jamaica, What Now?

It seems as though apologizing for slavery is vogue now. To me, what good will it do? The perpetrators have already gone on to their “heaven.” The latest group of people to suddenly get a conscience is a delegation of British Baptists to Jamaica who apologized for Britain’s role in […]

by · May 28, 2008 · Uncategorized