Editorial

Obama Slights Blacks

    Obama Slights Blacks

President Barack Obama has the opportunity, in this second term, to put his feet on history. He won an election that his opponent had essentially claimed, he has been firm

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Hands off Malia and Sasha!

    Hands off Malia and Sasha!

  Just when you think leaders of the National Rifle Association can’t stoop any lower, they keep managing to plunge even deeper. This time, they have strayed way over the

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Remembering Hardesty

    Remembering Hardesty

On Jan. 9, 2013 hundreds of people gathered at Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church to celebrate the home going of Mr. Charles L. Hardesty. Charles left us on Jan. 5,

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Mortgage servicers’ settlement

    Mortgage servicers’ settlement

Submitted by Charlene Crowell: The recent joint announcement by two key federal regulators of a negotiated agreement with 10 mortgage servicing firms would help more than 3.8 million consumers who

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Is MLK Day a Time for Celebration?

This coming Monday, and the days leading up to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, will be routine. Men,

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Why No Uproar For Heaven?

  Why No Uproar For Heaven?

Submitted by Kalvin Michael Smith, Guest Columnist Heaven Sutton was the seven-year-old African American girl who was shot and killed in

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The Black Press at its Best

  The Black Press at its Best

Submitted by George Curry, Guest Columnist When then-National Newspaper Publishers Association Chairman Danny Bakewell Sr. asked me to emcee the

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Kids of Incarcerated parents get Early Xmas

  Kids of Incarcerated parents get Early Xmas

The following was submitted by CJR Ministries Inc. This year Santa came a little early for twenty children whose Fathers

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Letter to the Editor

  Letter to the Editor

Hello – hope you’re having a pleasant day. Season’s Greetings to you and your quality newspaper! I am Ronnie “Dale”

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It’s Time to Talk

  It’s Time to Talk

One of the big differences between now and 31 years ago, when AIDS made its unwelcome debut in the United

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