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    D & P CREATIVE STRATEGIES & IMPACT STRATEGIES ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP


    WASHINGTON, DC—Today, D&P Creative Strategies and IMPACT Strategies announced their highly anticipated strategic partnership. As 100% women and minority owned firms, both IMPACT Strategies and D&P Creative Strategies are uniquely positioned to provide clients with innovative solutions and multiple service offerings from different, yet strategic perspectives.

    As the leading Latino political strategy firm in the Washington DC metropolitan area, D&P Creative Strategies is a powerful force in government relations. Founded in ­­­2004, D&P Creative Strategies represents more than 40 years of experience in the core areas of strategic philanthropy, public affairs, government relations, issue advocacy, political communications, and community outreach. As a premiere government relations and political strategy firm, IMPACT Strategies was established to effect change and provide a diverse voice in national politics. With several decades of combined political experience, IMPACT Strategies provides timely intelligence, strategic guidance, and effective outcomes for its clients.

    “Inclusion and diversity are critical components to the success of any company, and we strongly believe that providing strategies that respond to community needs is key to creating mutual benefits for our clients and their audiences,” said Ingrid Duran, Co-CEO and Founder of D&P Creative Strategies.

    “We look forward to working with IMPACT Strategies in order to continue our mission of elevating the social, economic, and political status of our communities and ensure that through this partnership, we maximize the potential of underutilized opportunities,” said Catherine Pino, Co-CEO and Founder of D&P Creative Strategies.

    “Diversity makes the difference—period. Diversity of ideas and perspective is imperative, which is clear in the missions of both firms,” said Angela Rye, Principal and CEO of IMPACT Strategies. “In today’s highly political climate, our strategic partnership will maximize our effectiveness and yield tremendous results for our clients. We are excited to partner with D&P to provide an innovative approach to the nation’s many political challenges.”

    To learn more about the partnership click here.

    D&P Creative Strategies
    D&P is 100% minority and women-owned and certified as a WMBE, WBE, WOSB and an LGBTBE. Collectively, the firm represents more than 40 years of experience in strategic philanthropy, public affairs, government relations, issue advocacy, political communications and community outreach. We call our approach “consulting with a social conscience.” The concept is simple; the outcomes are powerful. For more information visit: www.dpcreativestrategies.com

    IMPACT Strategies
    IMPACT Strategies was founded to bring the political process within reach. With over several decades of combined experience, IMPACT Strategies has profound knowledge of public policy and is an expert in achieving results. As an emerging leader within the government relations and political consulting realm, IMPACT Strategies is a firm with a cutting edge approach to achieving our client’s goals in the Nation’s Capital and beyond. For more information visit: www.IMPACTstrategies.global.


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    PS: Political Science & Politics-how to address discrimination in political science


    The latest issue of PS: Political Science & Politics turns the spotlight on diversity in political science with a collection of articles that addresses diversity within political science and across academia.

    Guest editors from the University of Virginia-Carol Mershon (professor of politics) and Denise Walsh (associate professor in the department of politics, women, gender & sexuality)-introduce a collection of articles by addressing what they refer to as a long-standing and urgent question: how do we diversify leadership and end discrimination in the profession and across academia more broadly?

    They argue that women and racial minorities are underrepresented among political science faculties in the United States and internationally. For example, they point to evidence showing that fewer than 29% of political science faculty staff across the United States are female, while female faculty of color are more severely underrepresented still-with African American women making up only 1.7% of political science faculty staff across the country in 2010-a mere 161 women. There are even fewer women from the Latina and Pacific Islander communities among political science faculties.

    Co-editors Mershon and Walsh argue that this underrepresentation of women and racial minorities perpetuates discrimination and bias across the sector in multiple ways, with women and women of color often encountering a hostile working environment and obstacles to career advancement.

    A series of articles offer innovative new strategies for transforming academe by applying political science insights about how to diversify institutions to the discipline itself. The contributions provide novel answers to these questions: What new strategies might political science research offer for advancing diversity and equity? Which organizations and actors can take the lead in promoting change? What steps should they take to maximize the probability of change?

    The July issue also contains several other articles. In A Forgotten Minority?, Okiyoshi Takeda (associate professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo) provides the first analysis of Asian Pacific Americans in introductory American government textbooks. The author examined 28 textbooks and found that Asian Pacific Americans-who make up more than 5% of the US population-are discussed an average of 1.13 pages per textbook (which translates to 0.19%). In the paper, Takeda offers five constructive recommendations to rectify this underrepresentation, including an option to invite Asian Pacific American political scientists to serve as textbook reviewers and co-authors.

    Other articles in this issue focus on diverse issues in the world of political science, including:

    A paper by Alfred G. Cuzán (distinguished professor, University of West Florida) draws on more than 500 elections from around the world to present five empirical laws of politics-revealing that, in democracies, the ruling party or coalition actually represents a minority of the electorate (generally about one third of voters).

    A paper by James E. Monogan (associate professor, University of Georgia) focuses on the 2011 debt ceiling controversy and the 2012 US House elections.

    A second paper by Monogan offers advice regarding the current debate on the practice of preregistration in political science-that is, publicly releasing a research design before observing outcome data.

    As well as articles offering practical tips for political science academics such as the benefits for students of capturing lectures on film, and how to engage students by using music and lyrics-including 21 recommended songs for teaching introductory courses in political theory! Published for the American Political Science Association, PS: Political Science & Politics tackles some of the most topical issues today. Led ably by the interim editorial team of Phillip Ardoin (Chair and Professor, Appalachian State University) and Paul Gronke (Professor, Appalachian State University and Reed College ).

    Read all about it in latest issue of PS: Political Science & Politics here.

    About APSA
    APSA, founded in 1903, is the leading professional organization for the study of political science and serves more than 15,000 members in more than 80 countries. With a range of programs and services, APSA brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors within and outside academe, with the aim of expanding awareness and understanding politics.

    For more information go to: www.apsanet.org

    About Cambridge University Press
    Cambridge University Press is part of the University of Cambridge. It furthers the University's mission by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.

    Its extensive peer-reviewed publishing lists comprise 45,000 titles covering academic research, professional development, over 350 research journals, school-level education, English language teaching, and bible publishing.

    Playing a leading role in today's international market place, Cambridge University Press has more than 50 offices around the globe, and it distributes its products to nearly every country in the world.

    For more information, go to: www.cambridge.org/

    About Cambridge Journals
    Cambridge University Press publishes over 350 peer-reviewed academic journals across a wide spread of subject areas, in print and online. Many of these journals are leading academic publications in their fields and together form one of the most valuable and comprehensive bodies of research available today.

    For more information, go to: journals.cambridge.org

    About PS: Political Science & Politics
    Published for the American Political Science Association, PS is the journal of record for the discipline of political science reporting on research, teaching, and professional development. Started in 1968, it is the only quarterly professional news and commentary journal in the field and is the prime source of information on political scientists' achievements and professional concerns.

    For the latest issue, follow this link.

    Narada Kenneth Brown - brown6207@bellsouth.net>


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    Politics


    During the last election, the campaigns of the Democratic candidates treaded president Obama like he had the Ebola virus. They denied any association with the president because it was perceived as politically unhealthy to do so. One Senatorial candidate was asked if she had voted for President Obama and she refused to answer that question.

    In one of my previous articles I suggested the reason the President was having the problems he was having with Congress and a section of the American population was because he is black. I now suggest that is the reason the Democratic candidates in the last election treated him the way they did.

    What other reason can it be? If you look at the indicators that show how America is doing under President Obama, they suggest those candidates should have begged the President to help them. So how is America doing under President Obama?

    Economy: (Source is Bankrate.com) The GDC, CPI and other key economic indicators report the following:

    Gross Domestic Product (billions)  - This week it's 17535.4     a year ago it was 16661.0

    Housing Starts (thousands)  -This week it's 646   a year ago it was 628

    Producer Price Index - This week it's 201.1   a year ago it was 197.8

    Consumer Price Index - This week it's 237.6   a year ago it was 233.9

    Purchasing Managers - Index This week it's 59.0  a year ago it was 56.4

    Retail Sales - This week it's 442689   a year ago it was 425881

    Unemployment Rate - This week it's 5.9   a year ago it was 7.2

    Stocks are at an all-time high and when was the last time we paid under $3 for a gallon of regular gas?

    Crime: (Source is the Federal Department of Justice)

    The US crime rate is at its lowest point in decades. The crime rate for serious crimes, including murder, rape, and assault, has dropped significantly since the early 1990s in part because of changes in technology and policing, experts say. The last time the crime rate for serious crime – murder, rape, robbery, assault – fell to these levels, gasoline cost 29 cents a gallon and the average income for a working American was $5,807. That was 1963.

    Health Care: (The Commonwealth Fund)

    ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Overview

    Over 15 million people who didn’t have health insurance before the ACA was signed into law in 2010 are now covered bringing the total uninsured adults in the US from 18% to 13.4%. We won’t know exact enrollment numbers for each insurance type for some time. For now the best we can do is present the data we do have, analyze it and give you our educated estimates. Let’s look at some quick facts on the ACA signups and start our detailed look at what factors contributed to the current enrollment numbers.

    Enrollment Number Facts
    During open enrollment (Oct 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014 and then until April 19, 2014 under special enrollment) over 8 million Americans enrolled in a marketplace plan, coupled with other sign ups under the ACA (Medicaid, CHIP, Employer based coverage, young adults staying on plans till age 26, etc), total newly insured increased by about 15 million. Below are some key factors in understanding these basic sign up numbers.

    • 8 million Americans enrolled in a marketplace plan during open enrollment 2014 according to HHS.

    So I ask: why wouldn’t a candidate want to hitch their campaign to a president with numbers like these? The only reason I can come up with is because he is Black.

    Narada Kenneth Brown - brown6207@bellsouth.net>


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    Sen Graham’s Comments Demonstrate What Happens #IfTheySpeakForMe

    Statement from Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of ColorOfChange.org

    ***VIEW #IfTheySpeakForMe VIDEOS here: http://colorofchange.org/speak/ ***


    New York, NY -- Yesterday, CNN released audio of South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham recorded from a private event where he stated, “white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency.” Despite Graham’s claim that the statement was a joke, it provides a telling look into the modern Republican Party. ColorOfChange.org launched a program called “If They Speak For Me” earlier this month to highlight what can happen when narrow-minded politicians like Senator Graham are in control of decisions important to our communities.

    Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of ColorOfChange.org issued the following statement:

    “Senator Graham claims his statements about ‘white men who are in male-only clubs’ were made in jest, but in every joke there is a grain of truth. While this may have been a joke, surely his voting record is not; as a Senator, Graham has routinely pushed an agenda that favors ‘white men who are in male-only clubs.’ He has blocked equal pay legislation, opposed increases to the minimum wage, and defended attacks on our freedom to vote. He even claimed to not see how Florida’s Stand Your Ground law has ‘racial injustice about it’ after listening to deeply emotional testimonies from the mothers of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis about their murdered children.”

    “Graham’s comments — released as Black communities across the country prepare to head to the polls — offer important insight into how some national leaders discuss politics behind closed doors. The lack of concern for Black people, people of color and women in Graham’s comments is one of the reasons why ColorOfChange.org launched #IfTheySpeakForMe. We must demand a more inclusive political conversation, in which candidates from both parties are forced to address the issues that matter most to Black people. The Black community is a critical voting bloc and will play a pivotal role in key races across the country this election season. We cannot allow politicians to turn to Black people for votes, and then run away from the issues that are important to them afterwards.”

    With over 900,000 members, ColorOfChange.org is the nation’s largest online civil rights organization.


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    Faith Leaders Commit to 1 Million Conversations with Black, Latino and Faith Voters this Fall

    PICO National Network to Hold Press Call to Announce Massive, Faith-Based Voter Registration and Education Campaign


    Washington, DC— With pain and unrest in Ferguson, gridlock on immigration reform, and historic inequality of wealth in America, it has never been clearer that in our democracy some voices are being heard and others are not.

    A new national campaign, Let My People VOTE is being officially launched today, Thursday, September 4, by PICO National Network—the nation’s largest faith-based organizing network in the U.S. working with 1,000 religious congregations in more than 200 cities and towns. This is a massive multi-racial and multi-faith-based effort, spanning 15-states to engage and turn out 350,000 new or low-propensity voters in the 2014 election and beyond, whose voices have been ignored and who have been systematically locked out of the voting process.

    As part of the campaign, PICO federations recently began unofficial roll-outs in several states, in the last few weeks, with the recruitment and training of thousands of grassroots leaders. Local leaders also plan to dramatically increase mobilizing voter registration and voter education efforts in cities such as Ferguson and St. Louis, Mo.

    In our temptation to despair we remember the words of David in Psalm 28:2,"Hear my cry for mercy, as I call to you for help, as I lift up my hands toward your most holy place." With those words in mind, faith leaders and advocates will seek to empower and engage voters in black, Latino, and poor communities to realize our power to help heal our nation by voting and encouraging our neighbors to do the same. Together, through Let My People VOTE, we have the power to change the moral crises our country faces.

    What:
    Local and national spokespeople to announce the Let My People VOTE effort, discuss what it means at the community-level, and how this campaign resonates with congregations

    Who:
    Kristee Paschall, Political Director, PICO National Network
    Michael McBride, Director of Urban Strategies and Lifelines to Healing, PICO National Network
    Bishop Jaime Soto, Roman Catholic Diocese of Sacramento, CA
    Rev. Mark Tyler, Mother Bethel AME Church in Philadelphia, PA
    Renowned Civil Rights Leader Rev. William Barber
    Pastor Antoine Barriere, Household of Faith, New Orleans, LA
    Jennifer Romero, DREAMER, immigration reform leader, Aurora, CO

    When: TODAY, Thursday, Sept. 4th at 1PM ET
    Dial-in: 866-952-1907; Passcode: VOTE


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    (BPRW) New Report Examines the Status of Black Women in American Politics

    Study Finds Black Women are Underrepresented at All Levels of Political Office, but Face Great Opportunities for Growth in Political Voice and Representation


    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Higher Heights and the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) released a new report, “The Status of Black women in American Politics”. This comprehensive report provides a historical outline of Black women’s struggle for political representation and discusses the current landscape of political leadership for Black women across the country as well as their growing political influence. It demonstrates the need for greater engagement, recruitment, and inclusion of Black women in politics and government.

    The report notes that Black women are 7.4% of the U.S. population and 7.8% of the electorate. However, there are only 14 Black women in Congress (2.6%), 2 Black women in statewide elected executive office, 241 Black women in state legislatures (3.3%), and 26 Black women mayors in cities with populations over 30,000 (1.9%). Among the 100 largest cities in the United States, only one is led by a Black woman mayor.

    “Black women are among the country’s most politically active citizens. In 2012, Black women had the highest rate of voter turnout of any group, and they represented almost 60 percent of Black voters who went to the polls,” said Glynda Carr, co-founder of Higher Heights. “These statistics are clear evidence of Black women’s ability to be defining factors in election outcomes. This report brings to the forefront that despite this growing power, Black women’s electoral heft is not translating into political representation.”

    While Black women are politically engaged, the report addresses the distinct realities that Black women face in running for and winning elected office.

    “CAWP’s research has found that Black women are less likely to be encouraged to run for office, are more likely to be discouraged from running, and report more difficulties in fundraising than men and white women,” said Kelly Dittmar, Assistant Research Professor at CAWP and author of the report. “Black women have taken advantage of their confidence and political experiences in community work and activism to achieve political success despite these barriers, but only recently have they tapped their many opportunities for greater representation.”

    The report highlights shifts taking place in some states and congressional districts and identifies why advancing Black women’s representation matters for politics and policy.

    “The good news that we are seeing, is across the country there are examples of Black women running for office, winning and taking on the hard issues. It is evidenced in women like California Attorney General Kamala Harris, whose policies have helped reduce jail sentences and the recidivism rate of black males,” said Kimberly Peeler Allen, co-founder of Higher Heights. “We also observe it in the work of Rep. Yvette Clark (D-N.Y.), who has sponsored bills aimed at broadening access to family planning services and affordable housing. And, we see it in many other Black women on the local and state level.”

    The Center for American Progress will host the release and panel discussion today at Noon (ET). The panel will discuss developing and implementing a long-term strategy to build, expand, and support a leadership pipeline at all levels for Black women and to harness their political power to influence and impact public policy and elections. Panelists will discuss the implications of this study for the economy, reproductive health, education, and voting rights, as well as the impact of the Black women’s vote on the 2014 and 2016 election cycles.

    Media coverage is welcome, in-person at the event or remotely here via live stream. Follow the conversation at #BlackWomenLead.

    About Higher Heights:
    Higher Heights is building a national infrastructure to harness Black women’s political power and leadership potential. Headquartered in New York, NY, Higher Heights Leadership Fund, a national 501(c)(3) organization and its sister organization Higher Heights for America 501(c)(4) is investing in a long-term strategy to expand and support a Black women’s leadership pipeline at all levels and strengthen their civic participation beyond just Election Day.

    About The Center for American Women and Politics:
    CAWP a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is nationally recognized as the leading source of scholarly research and current data about American women’s political participation. Its mission is to promote greater knowledge and understanding about women's participation in politics and government and to enhance women's influence and leadership in public life.


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    BERMUDA'S CITY OF HAMILTON TO HOST THE 40TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS

    Event will convene the largest gathering of Black Mayors and elected officials from around the world


    (BLACK PR WIRE) – Hamilton, Bermuda, (June 27, 2014) - Bermuda's Corporation of Hamilton has announced it will host the 40th annual Conference of Black Mayors Convention later this year. The event, which will take place on November 12 - 16, 2014, at The Fairmont Southampton, will convene the largest gathering of Mayors and local officials from around the world. Mayors from cities, towns and villages from all over the U.S. will be joined by high level officials from China, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

    In making the announcement, the Chairman of the local Organizing Committee, the City of Hamilton's Deputy Mayor Donal Smith, said the Conference of Black Mayors had grown from modest beginnings into an event of considerable political and economic importance that now includes more than 2,000 African/American Mayors and municipal staff and has attracted the participation of politicians, business and financial leaders not only from the U.S. but increasingly from around the world.

    "Today the CBM also includes 39,000 political leaders and elected officials of color from around the world. Currently we estimate that the City of Hamilton, Bermuda, will be greeting 400 - 500 plus delegates from as far away as Brazil, Colombia, China, Ghana, Cote D'Ivoire, Senegal, South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, Jamaica and the Caribbean Islands and we should note that the aim of this great gathering has always been to improve the quality of life in the cities, townships and villages these Mayors and these officials represent. "

    The Mayor of Hamilton, The Rt. Worshipful Graeme Outerbridge, JP, said, the CBM represents one of the most influential political and financial groups in the U.S. and in many other countries around the world. "They represent a powerful voting block in the U.S. and beyond and preside over millions of dollars of municipal funds and new development. As such, they represent enormous opportunities for our international business sector to pursue. We are delighted that the CBM has chosen to come to Bermuda."

    Mr. Smith noted that many U.S. politicians and their advisors who are already looking ahead to the 2016 elections will doubtless be planning to attend the Convention." We shall, as well, be inviting business leaders from the U.S., Europe and beyond to join us as featured speakers," he said.

    "This year's convention theme will be '40 FORWARD' and we shall be looking ahead to determine what the future holds for the U.S. and world economies. A very full program will include panel discussions on important global issues including immigration, education, healthcare and the ways in which the spread of information technology will affect global trade and urban growth in the coming years," he said.

    What:The Convention of Black Mayors 40th Annual Convention

    Who: CBM, the international association representing 39,000 black elected and appointed mayors and local officials from throughout the African diaspora.

    When: November 12-16, 2014

    Where: The Fairmont Southampton
    101 South Shore Rd
    Southampton, Bermuda SN02

    For information about the conference, registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact:

    Vanessa Williams
    National Conference of Black Mayors
    T: (404) 931-2059 C: (404) 964-9201
    e-mail: vwilliams@ncbm.org

    Danilee Trott
    Corporation of Hamilton
    T: (441) 292: 1234 Ext. 219 C: (441) 300-1335
    e-mail: dtrott@cityhall.bm


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    The Republicans in Congress are constantly playing the blame game


    The Republicans in Congress are constantly playing the blame game. They don’t fix anything they just blame everything on the Obama Administration.

    When unemployment was over 7%, the Republicans blamed the Obama Administration. However, when President Obama sent a jobs bill to Congress, it was the Republicans who prevented it from passing.

    The Republicans also blame President Obama and Hillary Clinton for the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi. However, it was the Republicans in Congress that are responsible for the massive funding cuts for embassy security and those cuts are still in effect today. However, those cuts are something the Republicans don’t talk about.

    Now the Republicans in Congress are blaming the Obama Administration for the problems at the Veterans Administration hospitals. They are even calling for the resignation of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. In a memo from the President George W. Bush’s transition team to President- elect Barack Obama it outlined the difficulties veterans were having obtaining timely healthcare. This memo suggests the Obama Administration inherited the Veterans Administration medical center backlog.

    However, when President Obama sent a bill to Congress to expand healthcare and educational benefits for veterans, it was Republicans in Congress that the not support the bill. Back in their districts the Republicans told their constituents the reason they couldn't support the bill was an amendment attached that dealt with the sanctions on Iran. What they didn't tell their constituents was the person who attached the amendment was their own Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Once again the Republicans are blaming the Obama Administration for problem it didn't create.

    A brief look at veterans funding under President George W. Bush explains how deep his commitment to veterans really was.

    President George W. Bush sent American troops to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan and as those troops were headed into battle he talked about his commitment to the troops. However, when those troops came home his commitment came to an end.

    According to the Gannett News service on October 23, 2003, the Bush administration opposed a plan to give National Guard and Reserve members’ access to healthcare. The Bush Administration also underfunded veteran’s health care by $2 billion in its 2004 budget. In a Washington Post article on June 17, 2003. It stated, “Bush Administration budget cuts force more than 200,000 veterans to wait more than six months for medical visits because of health care shortages."

    Since United States went to war in Afghanistan in 2001 and in Iraq in 2003 about 2.5 million members of the Army, Navy, Raines, F was, National Guard and related reserve and National Guard units have been deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq was; according to department of defense data, of those deployed, more than a third were deployed more than once. Yet the Bush administration cut $1.5 billion from military family housing, $172 billion allotted for educating the children of military personnel and these cuts also denied military families increased child tax credits.

    When Republicans have to choose between tax cuts for the rich, war profits for Halliburton or supporting our veterans; time and time again veterans on the odd man out.

    brown6207@bellsouth.net


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    POLITICS


    When I hear members of the media analyze President Obama's lack of cooperation from the members of congress, their analysis never includes racism. But what else can it be? We are led to believe this lack of cooperation is a Democratic versus Republican issue or liberal versus conservative issue but they never call it what it is. It's a black-and-white issue. The members of Congress will even vote against what's in the best interest of their constituents just to vote against Obama.

    In 2008 Mitch Mc Connell was the highest ranking republican in congress and he told America the number one priority of the Republican Party is to make Barack Obama a one term president. This was his party’s number one priority even though America was facing a recession with double digit unemployment and home foreclosures happening so fast the banks had to hire additional staff for their foreclosure departments, just to keep pace with the foreclosures. I don’t remember Mitch Mc Connell declaring the party’s number one priority was to make Bill Clinton a one term president when he was elected.

    Take healthcare. President Obama introduced a health care bill that would have provided health care to millions of Americans. The Congressional Republicans voted against this bill which would have provided health care to their constituents. Some of the Senators who voted against this bill, John Cronyn of Texas, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, Bill Nelson of Florida, James Inhofe of Oklahoma and Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, represent states which have the highest number of uninsured in the nation. None of these Senators introduced their own bill or added provisions to President Obama's bill that would have addressed the needs of their constituents. When it comes to the federal government providing health care to their constituents every republican Senator voted against it; however, when it came to the federal government providing free health care for these Senators and their families; not one of them turned it down. Each republican senator who voted against Obama’s health care bill cited government spending as the reason they voted the way they did.

    The republican senators took the same approach on Obama's jobs bill. Here again Senators Mitch Mc Connell of Kentucky, Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, Saxby Chambliss of Georgia and Bill Nelson of Florida voted against it. These states have the highest rate of unemployed in the nation. Not one of them introduced a bill or made changes to Obama’s bill that would have addressed the unemployment of their constituents. Throughout the introduction of President Obama’s health care bill and job’s bill, Senators Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky, John Cronyn, of Texas, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Representatives John Boehner, of Ohio, Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin and Eric Cantor, of Virginia held press conferences to attack, what they referred to as, Obama's out-of-control spending. They constantly referred to themselves as fiscal conservatives throughout this process. When George W. Bush turned a $123 billion surplus into a $5.07 trillion deficit not one of these so-called fiscal conservatives voted against any new spending during Bush's eight years in office.

    We are constantly being told that Republicans are fiscal conservatives and how they are the watchdogs of the government spending. Well if they are watchdogs, they are blind watchdogs because they voted for all of George W. Bush’s $5.07 trillion in new spending.

    The facts prove the fiscal conservative and fiscal watchdog titles the Republicans have given themselves do not describe who they really are. They are racists. Seven of the most powerful congressmen in the house and senate, Mitch Mc Connell, Eric Cantor, Jeff Sessions, John Cornyn, Lindsay Graham, Thad Cochran and James Inhofe are from states whose ancestors gave their lives to maintain slavery; and they never dreamt the country they loved and cried crocodile tears for would one day have a black president.


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    Jeff Johnson: “I, Too, Am Ready For Hillary.”


    ARLINGTON, VA – Today, the national grassroots organization Ready for Hillary announced the support of journalist, communications specialist and commentator Jeff Johnson.

    "When tens of thousands of Ohio voters were disenfranchised in 2004, then-Senator Clinton was one of the first people on the ground to ensure their voices were heard," said Johnson. "She continues to champion voting rights today, speaking out against bills that make it harder to vote and condemning the dreadful Supreme Court decision that overturned important provisions of the Voting Rights Act.”

    “In every corner of the country, Americans of all walks of life are taking democracy into their own hands by joining Ready for Hillary and encouraging her to run for president. I’m proud to step forward and say that I, too, am ready. Her tenacity, integrity and experience make her the best candidate to be our next president. I hope she runs – and wins – in 2016.”

    Johnson is an award-winning journalist, communications specialist and commentator. A former BET host/producer and MSNBC contributor, Johnson previously served as National Director for the Youth & College Division of the NAACP. Jeff was also the Communications Director for the extremely successful 2012 super PAC Black Men Vote, which mobilized record numbers of 18- to 36-year-old black men in Ohio for President Obama. He is currently the Chief of Strategy for the branding firm Illume Communications and a commentator on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show.

    With more than one million supporters, Ready for Hillary is encouraging former Secretary of State Clinton to run for president in 2016. Ready for Hillary is assembling an army of grassroots supporters and sending a message that if she is ready to run for president, we are ready to support her. We believe Hillary Clinton is the best qualified person to be president in 2016 and that her historic election would build upon the progress of President Obama and continue to lead this country into the future.


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    To commemorate the sesquicentennial year of Republicans freeing Blacks from slavery…Kevin Jackson is offering an AR-15 Rifle.

    http://theblacksphere.net/ar15-gun-giveaway/

    Jackson believes Americans have freedom because of the 2nd Amendment…and a God-given right to protect themselves. As a country boy, Jackson grew up on a 25,000 acre cattle ranch in Central Texas, fishing and hunting with rods, reels, and guns.

    Growing up he learned the rich history of gun ownership…how it was necessary in freeing America from the tyranny of a king…and again in freeing Black people from the tyranny of bondage. And….how guns kept Black people free from bondage after the Emancipation Proclamation, where armed Blacks fought back racist Democrat intimidation by the Ku Klux Klan.

    Entries for the AR-15 must be received no later than midnight, April 30, 2013.

    Also, check out his website at www.theblacksphere.net to find out more on:

    * His marketing campaign for Conservatism in the Black community.

    * 100,000 Ambassadors, a project he partners with the Tea Party and grass roots communities to support black businesses by patronizing their establishments, and offering Black teen interns.

    * His pro-child stand, "It's not pro-life or pro-choice...it's pro-CHILD!"

    Kevin Jackson is the Amazon best-selling author of Sexy Brilliance …and other Political Lies and The BIG Black Lie, as well as a national speaker sharing the stage with Sarah Palin, Neal Boortz, Herman Cain, Judge Napolitano, and Andrew Breitbart. He’s been a regular on the Glenn Beck show, blogger, and contributing writer to BigGovernment, American Thinker, and featured in Townhall magazine. Additionally, Jackson hosts a radio show and guests on conservative radio shows around the country. Jackson is a father of four sons.

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    Michael Steele, former RNC Chairman, joins Eniware LLC Board of Directors

    Michael Steele, the former Chairman of the Republican National Committee, has today committed to fighting a silent epidemic that plagues millions per year by joining the Board of Directors at Eniware LLC.

    Eniware was founded to meet the desperate need for proper sterilization of medical instruments in the developing world, disaster and war zones. Eniware is developing a portable, electricity-free medical device sterilizer that will greatly reduce the amount of surgical site infections contracted in low-resource environments. Currently 1.3 billion people live without regular power, and hundreds of thousands die per year because scalpels, forceps, and other equipment is not properly sterilized.

    Michael Steele believes that Eniware's technology is the solution to this ongoing, wide-scale catastrophe. Mr. Steele has joined the Board to ensure that those who live or work in low-resource areas will have the technology they need to prevent surgical site infections.

    Washington DC – March 7, 2013 – Eniware LLC, a Washington DC-based provider of portable, power-independent medical instrument sterilization, announced today that Michael Steele, the former Chairman of the Republican National Committee, and co-founder of Purple Nation Solutions, has joined Eniware’s board of directors.

    Michael Steele was elected Lieutenant Governor of Maryland in 2003, becoming the first African-American elected to state-wide office and again with his subsequent chairmanship in the Republican National Committee in 2009. Under Michael’s leadership, the RNC broke all prior fundraising records and in 2010 the Republican Party picked up the greatest number of seats in the House of Representatives since 1938. In 2012, Mr. Steele co-founded Purple Nation Solutions, Inc., a public relations and strategic communications firm, with former White House Counsel Lanny Davis, and Emmy award-winning media & communications professional Eleanor McManus.

    “Michael Steele is a visionary and iconic leader. He has blazed many trails in his career, and Eniware looks forward to benefiting from his wisdom and expertise,” said James Bernstein, MD, CEO of Eniware. “Michael’s guidance will be an invaluable asset in Eniware’s quest to make safe surgery a reality for the 60% of the world’s population without electricity.”

    “Eniware is an extraordinary company with an urgent mission,” said Michael Steele, former Chairman of the Republican National Committee. “I feel fortunate to join such a vital and necessary enterprise. Eniware’s portable sterilization technology will make a tremendous impact on lives around the globe.”

    A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Georgetown Law Center, Steele is a regular commentator and political analyst for MSNBC and has served as a contributor on Fox News Channel. He has appeared on Meet the Press, Face the Nation, and HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, and his writings on law, business and politics have appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times and Politico.com.

    Co-Founded in 2011 by James Bernstein, MD and Huma Malik, Eniware’s patented technology will provide portable, power-free and affordable sterilization of medical instruments in low-resource settings such as the developing world, disaster zones, and in combat arenas. Currently, no such technology exists and millions have suffered from preventable surgical site infections. To learn more about Eniware please visit www.EniwareSterile.com.

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    (BPRW) The National Black Caucus of State Legislators Announces Policy Forecast for 2013 State Legislative Action, Releases December 2012 issue of The Legislator


    - Black state legislators from across the country ratify 32 new policy resolutions to address the needs of the nation’s most under-represented and underserved -

    (BLACK PR WIRE)--WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Just in time for next year’s state legislative sessions, the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) releases 32 policy resolutions ratified by over 600 Black state legislators. These resolutions help shape NBCSL’s legislative priorities and the 2013 policy agenda for Black state legislators nationwide.

    “As Black state legislators, we should be at the forefront of every policy dialogue exchanging ideas about how to improve our communities, optimize our resources, and help all of our constituents achieve the American dream,” says NBCSL President, State Representative Barbara W. Ballard (KS). “Our 2013 policy resolutions serve as a great discussion point because they offer tangible solutions.”

    Passed during the NBCSL’s 36th Annual Legislative Conference, all resolutions are disseminated to state, federal, corporate, and non-profit partners in order to effect change and can serve as the basis for both state and federal legislation and action.

    Resolution topics include:
    • 21st Century Job Creation: Resolutions call for facilitating small business growth of minority-owned enterprises; promoting the adoption of telemedicine and Health Information Exchanges; incentivizing the development of natural gas vehicles and sustainable materials; and expanding film, television, and media production.

    • Health Care Reform: Resolutions call for supporting of Medicare and Medicare Part D as a critical safety net to vulnerable populations, increasing transparency in health care coverage, improving patient access to prescription medication, and ensuring every American has access to vital healthcare treatments and services.

    • Civil Rights and Equality: Resolutions call for the preservation of and expanded access to the ballot box, continued support in the restoration of voting rights, and justice for the Scottsboro Boys (in Alabama).

    • Affordable Housing: Resolutions call for preserving homeownership, thwarting predatory lending, supporting foreclosure mediation, and ensuring fair and equitable distribution of inherited property.

    • Education: Resolutions call for facilitating safe and supportive learning environments for all students, and reducing the high school dropout rate by raising the compulsory attendance age to 18.

    NBCSL also released the December 2012 issue of its quarterly magazine, The Legislator, during the Annual Legislative Conference. With a focus on education and education reform, the current issue – targeted at state legislators and stakeholders – examines all sides of the education debate. Articles cover a range of topics, including investment in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education; the importance of nutrition and familial support; equity for girls’ education; and overall education reform.

    Featured writers include Dot Harris, Director of the Office of Economic Impact at the U.S. Department of Energy, Dr. John H. Jackson, President and CEO of the Schott Foundation on Public Education, NBCSL President, State Representative Barbara W. Ballard (KS), and Former State Representative Tony Payton (PA).

    “Improving the lives of our constituents is our number one priority, and we do this through policy action,” says NBCSL President-Elect, State Representative Joe Armstrong (TN) who chaired NBCSL’s 2013 Resolutions process. “With the release of the 2013 policy resolutions and the December edition of The Legislator, we continue to provide the most up-to-date research and tools for our country’s Black state legislators to take appropriate legislative action.”

    For a copy of the complete set of 2013 Policy Resolutions, please visit: http://nbcsl.org/public-policy/resolutions/item/620-2013-ratified-policy-resolutions.html. To view the December 2012 issue of The Legislator, please visit: http://nbcsl.org/news-and-media/magazine.html.

    ABOUT THE NATIONAL BLACK CAUCUS OF STATE LEGISLATORS
    The National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) is a membership association representing more than 600 African-American state legislators hailing from 42 states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. NBCSL members represent more than 50 million Americans of various racial backgrounds. NBCSL monitors federal and state activity and provides this information to its members through policy symposiums and conferences. Each year, NBCSL members pass policy resolutions that directly impact federal and state policy. The organization focuses on issues that directly impact US domestic policy and is committed to policies that positively affect all Americans.

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    35 States File Lawsuit


    Taken seriously, this message could begin a solid movement to fix that which seems to be broken.

    Governors of 35 states have filed suit against the Federal Government for imposing unlawful burdens upon them. It only takes 38 (of the 50) States to c Subject: Fwd: 35 States File Lawsuit convene a Constitutional Convention. This will take less than thirty seconds to read. If you agree, please pass it on. This is an idea that we should address.

    For too long we have been too complacent about the workings of Congress. Many citizens had no idea that members of Congress could retire with the same pay after only one term, that they specifically exempted themselves from many of the laws they have passed (such as being exempt from any fear of prosecution for sexual harassment) while ordinary citizens must live under those laws.

    The latest is to exempt themselves from the Healthcare Reform that passed ... in all of its forms. Somehow, that doesn't seem logical. We do not have an elite that is above the law. I truly don't care if they are Democrat, Republican, Independent or whatever . The self-serving must stop.

    If each person that receives this will forward it on to 20 people, in three days, most people in The United States of America will have the message. This is one proposal that really should be passed around.

    Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution: "Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States ..."

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