RIP Mr. Cummings

Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings passed away this morning at the age of 68. Mr. Cummings had served Maryland’s 7th District since April 16th, 1996. Senators, Congressman, Celebrities, and the President have taken to Twitter to offer their condolences to a man described as an amazing public servant dedicated to righting injustices in America. More to come as news breaks. Continue reading RIP Mr. Cummings

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Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry

Florida Democratic Party Chair Rizzo’s Statement On Impeachment Inquiry Posted September 24, 2019 Today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry for the Trump administration. President Trump is dismissing the inquiry as a “Democratic Witch Hunt”. President Trump’s twitter fingers are moving a mile a minute discrediting impeachment talk. Republican Kevin McCarthy has responded by calling it an “Imaginary Impeachment”. Republicans are responding … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry

The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

This is America. If there is a crime, we call the police. If there is a fire, we call the fire department. If there is a safety concern where a person is in need of immediate medical attention usually an ambulance comes roaring out. If there is tyranny, dictatorship, and evil in other parts of the world, we have a response. But on September 11, … Continue reading The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

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Remembering 9/11: Their First Vote

A Reflection by Antonio PryorI woke up with one thing on my mind! Call my mom to wish her a happy birthday, that’s it, that’s all. Unfortunately unbeknownst to me a much bigger situation was going on in the world. I had been in the Cuyahoga County jail for almost 3 months and my routine was to stay up all night reading or working out, … Continue reading Remembering 9/11: Their First Vote

Live Coverage of John Bolton’s Firing By the President

My opinion on Donald Trump Firing his head of Security John Bolton was kinda of an outrage just before is briefing on the military war. It seems to me that once someone in Trump administration goes against him they gets fired. We do not know the actual truth on if Mr. Bolton resigning or if Trump fired him. When I looked up info about the … Continue reading Live Coverage of John Bolton’s Firing By the President

Sen. Cory Booker Pressing on Hot Button Topics

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In the dawn of turmoil and hatred being spread across this country, we are looking at leaders to stand up and make a path for us to follow. Upcoming leaders like Senator Cory Booker who is putting his foot in the treacherous waters for President in 2020. Senator Booker represents the constituents of New Jersey, with recent remarks and actions of the current administration such as the government agencies having scandal after scandal. Not even mentioning other events that have occurred over the past year or so from all parties and walks of life. There is an outrage from the grassroot movements to the middle class demanding answers to their current life situation. So much hatred being spread around the country and the opposition is growing like wildfire. Since, the campaign trail has started in 2016. The hot button issues are being pressed and steamed rolled by the Trump administration and this is going both ways from democrats and republicans.

A new face has stepped in the arena, which is Sen. Cory Booker by taking on the bigwigs. He is throwing solutions to the hot topics. For instance, Sen. Booker held rallies for his run in the 2020 presidential campaign trail. He has demonstrated his voice and solutions on the hot button issues. Where as other candidates dare not shed light on. There are many conditions among the few who has the mindset of allowing someone else be that poetic voice for minorities and less fortunate with his power and influence over others. You can be the judge in this case?

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