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Former President Obama Chosen For JFK  Courage Award

Former President Obama Chosen For JFK Courage Award

  President Obama was named 2017 winner of award. Former President Barack Obama was named the 2017 winner of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Thursday for carrying on his fellow Democrat’s legacy. “President Kennedy called on a new generation of Americans to give their talents to the service of the country,”…

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Black Woman On U.S. Mint’s Newest 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coin

Black Woman On U.S. Mint’s Newest 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coin

A new commemorative coin from the U.S. Mint and Treasury features a fresh depiction of Lady Liberty. With a crown of stars in her hair and a toga-like dress, she’s as patriotic as ever. She’s also, for the first time on an officially minted coin, portrayed as a black woman.   The United States Mint…

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House Democrats Ask For Probe Of Donald Trump’s Business Dealings

House Democrats Ask For Probe Of Donald Trump’s Business Dealings

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz. Congressional Democrats formally called on House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz to investigate President-elect Donald Trump’s financial arrangements, saying his business connections present “obvious conflicts of interests.” “The scope of Mr. Trump’s conflicts of interest around the world is unprecedented,” Democrats on the panel wrote Monday…

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Trump Supporter Goes On 2nd Racist Rant; Video In Michael’s Goes Viral

Trump Supporter Goes On 2nd Racist Rant; Video In Michael’s Goes Viral

Jennifer Boyle felt it was ok to call Black employees ‘animals’ and boasted she voted for Trump.   A Chicago woman whose racist rant against Black employees went viral was caught on video in another incident berating coffee shop workers. The woman, who has been identified by social media users as Jennifer Boyle, made national…

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Trump Making Strong Case For Recount; Jill Stein Pushing For 3 States To Do Recount

Trump Making Strong Case For Recount; Jill Stein Pushing For 3 States To Do Recount

  On Sunday morning, President-elect Donald Trump assured said that a recount of the 2016 election wouldn’t change the outcome and was a waste of resources.   Later Sunday, though, he made a real case that we should have no confidence in those same election results, alleging massive voter fraud.   Trump, of course, is…

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Democrats Look To 2018 Gubernatorial Races To Regain Footing

Democrats Look To 2018 Gubernatorial Races To Regain Footing

Democratic Governors: Vermont’s Peter Shumlin, the Virgin Island’s John de Jongh, Montana’s Steve Bullock, Colorado’s John Hickenlooper, New Hampshire’s Maggie Hassan, Washington’s Jay Inslee and Connecticut’s Dan Malloy.   Shell-shocked Democrats looking to recover from 2016 see the large slate of upcoming governor’s races as their most likely path out of the political wilderness. Twenty-seven…

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Michelle Obama’s Glamour Takes Center Stage On Vogue Cover

Michelle Obama’s Glamour Takes Center Stage On Vogue Cover

The December issue of Vogue arrives with first lady Michelle Obama on its cover wearing a slinky white Carolina Herrera gown. It is sleeveless. Her hair is swept back and flowing. Her makeup is perfectly natural. She is wearing a magnificent sparkly ring and a pair of Monique Péan earrings. The backdrop offers no hint of the White…

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President Obama’s Trip To Greece Met With Huge Protests

President Obama’s Trip To Greece Met With Huge Protests

  ATHENS, Greece — Greek riot police used tear gas and stun grenades Tuesday in Athens to disperse about 3,000 left-wing marchers protesting a visit by President Obama after they tried to enter an area off-limits to demonstrators. Police made at least four arrests and said one woman was slightly injured in the clashes, which…

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Michelle Obama Shows Melania Trump Around The White House

Michelle Obama Shows Melania Trump Around The White House

On January 20, America will get not only a new president, but a new first lady — 46-year-old Melania Trump. First Lady Michelle Obama showed her around the White House residence Thursday. Mrs. Trump was born in Slovenia and became a U.S. citizen ten years ago. Melania Trump will make history when she becomes first…

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Hillary Clinton Makes First Public Appearance Since Conceding Election

Hillary Clinton Makes First Public Appearance Since Conceding Election

Hillary Clinton spoke Wednesday night at the Children’s Defense Fund’s “Beat the Odds” gala, where the former presidential candidate was honored for her dedication to child advocacy.   It was her first public appearance since her concession speech on Nov. 9. “Never has there been a more urgent time for all of us to help…

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Million Women March Planned A Day After Trump’s Inauguration

Million Women March Planned A Day After Trump’s Inauguration

Women anxious that a Donald Trump presidency in the United States could set back or destroy many of their rights are planning a massive march in Washington one day after he is sworn in, organizers said on Friday. On Facebook, where the “Women’s March on Washington” is being organized, some 35,000 people said they would attend within…

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Donald Trump’s Transition Team Sends ‘Black Outreach’ Message Through Website

Donald Trump’s Transition Team Sends ‘Black Outreach’ Message Through Website

  On Friday, Surrogates for Donald Trump’s transition team reached out directly to MediaTakeOut.com – the most visited African American website in the world –to deliver this ‘New Deal’ to its readers.   It’s the President Elect’s olive branch to Black people. MediaTakeOut.com published it in its entirety.   DONALD J. TRUMP’S NEW DEAL FOR…

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Sec. Of State Kerry Blames Congress For Non-Support Of President To Fight ISIS

Sec. Of State Kerry Blames Congress For Non-Support Of President To Fight ISIS

  Sec. Of State John Kerry   Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Sunday that Obama administration officials are doing “everything in our power” to fight terrorism, and he blamed Congress for failing to support more troops on the ground.   “[W]e are doing everything in our power to put additional pressure on them [the Islamic State], and I believe…

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