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Ten Seconds

Ten seconds is a very, very short time. Ask any child who has been given the ten second ultimatum… Mama: “You got ten seconds to get in here and wash those dishes like I told […]

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It’s Not A Crime Yet

Back in 2017 I wrote an article entitled “What Do I Tell My Son?” The article was about a man whose son wrote an email to his father indicating that it was becoming a crime […]

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All The Same?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if every one was the same color? I heard that.. Can we all get along? Anyway, think about it. What would happen if God only made […]

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Good To The Last Drop?

Today I have a story about the Maxwell House Hotel in downtown Nashville Tennessee.. well it used to be down there. It caught fire on Christmas day in 1961. The SunTrust Building was built on […]

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Give Us Five Years in Sing Sing

A woman in Texas was sentenced Wednesday to a five-year prison term for voting illegally in the 2016 presidential election while on supervised release for a tax fraud conviction. Crystal Mason, 43, testified in court that […]

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Relisha Rudd

Relisha Tenau Rudd (Born October 29, 2005–disappeared March 1, 2014) is an 8-year old African-American girl who went missing in Washington, D.C. in February 2014, and has never been found. Reprint © Hill1News 2019 March 1, 2014 was the […]

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Tim Eugene Scott

Last year I wrote a story about a guy named Isaac “MF” Wright. Wright was wrongly incarcerated in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, got out and had the verdict overturned, went to school […]

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A Matter Of Choice Pt. II

Audience: PER..DUE!! PER…DUE!! PER…DUE!! PER…DUE!!Perdue: THAT’S RIGHT!!! I’M YOUR LEADER!! LEADERS LEAD!! YOU KNOW WHAT LEADERS DO!! SO LET ME HEAR IT!!Audience: KISS ASS!! KISS ASS!! KISS ASS!! KISS ASS!!Perdue: No… no..!! You suppose to […]

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  • I recently read an article in the Root that pointed out a profound sadness about race relations and our children. It was called ” Why It Hurts When The World Loves Everybody But Us.” For [...]
  • The description of the post reads “prepare to have your heart melt.” I wasn’t exactly feeling that way. I know children play and love animals but it is something wrong with this picture.  In have [...]
  • A few days ago, I wrote on my news blog, “Just Seeing How Long.. Stay Tuned.“ University of Texas Tower Massacre: On August 1, 1966, after stabbing his mother and wife to death, Charles Whitman, a [...]
  • The beautiful National Museum of African American History and Culture was authorized in 2003. The site selected in 2006 and it opened its doors 10 years later in September of 2016. Designed by Adjaye Associates, The Freelon [...]
  • Democracy is messy, very messy. Plato describes democracy as ” A delightful form of government, anarchic and motley, assigning a kind of equality to equals and unequaled alike.” Plato was wrong. The dead share no [...]
  • By Carroll Brown “The supreme art of war is to subdue your enemy without fighting.” – Sun Tzu   The removal of Confederate statues has become the “beef” of the moment. Some believe the removal [...]

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