Before you ever criticize president-elect Donald Trump, think of what Martin said: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?” In most cases, black elected officials and the black elite are “doing for themselves.”Read More
The question now: What will happen in 2020? Again, being a visionary and always voting for winners, I see a huge challenge for the Republican Party of America if now first lady Michelle Obama decides to toss her preverbal hat into the ring in 2020. There is a distinct ring of success for 2020 run at the White House for Ms. Obama and whoever she decides to pick as a running mate.
Mayor Hodges cannot consult with “high-brows” and expect the work to be done for the “little people.” This is especially tough in the communities of color where one would think Hodges would make a difference, but has stuck to the Obama Clinical Citation (OCC) of, “I’m everyone’s, whatever.” In and case, Hodges will be remembered as nothing more than a placeholder mayor for a political party and how sad is that?
“He was the best teacher I ever had. He accepted you for who you were, pushed you to be your best and to test beyond what you thought your limits were.” Lisa Newcombe-Diehl, Minneapolis Central High School ’80
…An indicator that the heat is on some of these phony Christian organizations is that they are changing their names. Note that World Relief Minnesota is now Arrive Ministries and Lutheran Social Services of New England is now Ascentria Care Alliance…
“The issues before us continue to be balancing fiscal responsibility with sound judgment. One example is the problem of the Minneapolis city council wanting to open a city owned bank; shouldn’t we worry about the current uninformed city council members and mayor and have them to work on items the people are interested in? It is clear that this kind of thing happens because of the city’s unwillingness to make cognitive improvement over the years.
While low educational attainment was bad for everyone, the health effect was worse for white people than for black people. In the same study we found that the additional risk of mortality associated with low education is 30 percent larger for whites than blacks.
Enter Dr. Levy-Pounds, agent provocateur, law professor, former NAACP president and someone who will get her way in 2017, including being elected as the mayor of Minneapolis. You see folks, the plan is already complete. Sharon Sayles-Belton, R.T. Rybak, Hodges, were all a part of a master plan to keep the Minneapolis mayor’s office as liberal as possible.
I’m dreaming of a White Christmas, but my Santa Claus was always a black man and woman.
If we look at Postmodernism, we also need to consider Reconstructivism, which is a philosophical theory holding that societies should continually reform themselves in order to establish more perfect governments or social networks. This ideology…