Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 02

Sheriff’s Precinct Comes Back to Warrington

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office broke ground Monday for the new Warrington precinct substation. (The former substation closed in 2008 due to budget cuts). According to Special Projects coordinator, Gary Montee, the project should be completed by early to mid summer. “This will replace the old precinct which was shut down by the previous administration …

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Feb 02

Obama Channels Al Green to Victory this November

by C. A. Jude Stewart Had the good fortune two weeks ago, to witness history (political and musical) at the Apollo Theatre during a splendid visit back home to NYC & my beloved Hudson River Valley-West Point region (a/k/a, the American Rhine). Everybody knows (or at least heard of) the Apollo, named after the Greek …

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Feb 02

The Gantt Report

By Lucius Gantt A Devilfish is a creature that buries itself in the mud and sand on the floors of some seas. When a fish swims nearby that the Devilfish doesn’t like, the Devilfish exposes it’s venomous spine and poisons everything around it. Mike Fish is an investigative reporter for ESPN.com. After listening to white …

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Feb 02

Florida Election Law Calculated Attack on Voting Rights

By Gayle Andrews Tampa—Hundreds of Floridians packed a Hillsborough County courtroom for an unprecedented hearing on changes to Florida’s election law passed last spring by the Republican dominated Florida legislature. The first ever field hearing on legislation that critics say dramatically alters voter participation and actually suppresses minority votes was conducted by US Senator Dick …

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Feb 02

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: KNOW BEFORE YOU OWE

By William Reed Dez Bryant provides a good economic example of what is happening to Blacks across America. In heavy debt after leveraging his first-year salary to pay for “bling-lifestyle” amenities, during the National Football League (NFL) lockout, the 24-year-old wide receiver had to turn to payday lenders to help him keep up his game. …

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