Monthly Archives: May 2013

House and Senate Leaders Announce Dedication of Frederick Douglass Statue

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 21, 2013 CONTACT:   Michael Steel, Brendan Buck, Kevin Smith 202-225-0600 House and Senate Leaders Announce Dedication of Frederick Douglass Statue WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Senate Republican … Continue reading

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Mia Love to Run for House Again

May 20, 2013 By: Dan Weil Mia Love, who lost her bid to become the first black Republican woman in the House of Representatives, says she is ready to give it another go. Love, the mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, … Continue reading

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If You Thought Bush Was Bad Look At Obama’s Impressive Track Record

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During the 2008 Elections, they bashed Bush and said they did not four more years of the same.  But look what they got instead: 1.  A President that supported and funded Abortions and today an abortion doctor who received government and … Continue reading

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E.W. Jackson complicates Cuccinelli bid

By Rachel Weiner, Updated: May 20, 2013 Republican nominee for governor Ken Cuccinelli, right, is joined onstage with the other members of the ticket, including E. W. Jacksonon, second from left. (Steve Helber/AP) A nominating convention helped put Virginia Attorney … Continue reading

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Black clergy call for abortion investigations, chastise NAACP, CBC for ignoring life issue

By Caroline May 05/14/2013 WASHINGTON — More than two dozen African-American religious leaders and pro-lifers from across the country gathered here Tuesday to call on lawmakers to investigate the abortion industry and a reveal what they say is the mass … Continue reading

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Save Our Sons: A Call to Action

By Matthew Lynch, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education, Langston University (www.drmattlynch.com) Education is the cornerstone of success. Those who are educated have more opportunity, tend to make better choices, and will go on to teach their children to do likewise. … Continue reading

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Sharp drop in black male enrollment in med schools

BY FREDDIE ALLEN, NNPA WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENTS WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Fewer Black males were enrolled in the first year of medical schools last year than 32 years ago, a trend that, if left uncorrected, could hamper efforts to provide quality health … Continue reading

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