Archive for January 2010

How the FBI Killed Fred Hampton.

Attorney  Jeffrey Haas has written a book entitled,The Assassination of Fred Hampton.   Haas co founder of  the People’s Law Office  has provided a detail account of the Panther murder.   It was a cold day on December 4, 1969 on the west side of Chicago when the FBI entered the home of Fred Hampton... Read more »

What Should Happen to Stupid Politicians?

Politicians should receive  awards for being stupid and crazy.  Laws should be made for political stupidity.  When a politician does stupid he should automatically be upseated not impeached.  The  stupidity is the only reason for upseat.  For example this month alone, I would have taken out a couple for their unlawful and unkind deeds. These... Read more »

Living the Ebony Life

Zondra Hughes has written a book on Ebony – Living The Ebony Life.   It is available on Amazon.   Is it fiction or is it real?    She details a first hand account on her experience as  a writer who rose to editor.  She tells the story,  providing  her perspective on how a budding... Read more »
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Reflections on Affirmative Action

King’s book is available on Amazon. King’s book is available on Amazon. Paul King has written a book reflecting on his career in the construction industry.   He was the proprietor of UBM.   His book, Reflections on Affirmative Action in Construction can be purchased from Amazon.  On Wednesday, January 27 from 4 to 6... Read more »

Reflections on Affirmative Action

King’s book is available on Amazon. Paul King has written a book reflecting on his career in the construction industry.   He was the proprietor of UBM.   His book, Reflections on Affirmative Action in Construction can be purchased from Amazon.  On Wednesday, January 27 from 4 to 6 at Roosevelt University he will lecture... Read more »

Stop Picking On a Dead Man.

Michael Scott and Rufus Williams make news with their expense accounts. Both gentlemen served as President of the Chicago Public Schools.  This is an unpaid position.  That is zero pay.  The late Michael Scott worked about 60 to 80 hours a week as chairman of the board, as has Rufus Williams. They are both classy... Read more »
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Jeans Day - Bonus or Penalty??

I think Dorothy Brown, Clerk of Cook County Circuit Court, is on to something.  She charges employees of her division a fee to wear jeans to work.  In 2009 she collected $59,000 in fees and had a party and sent money to charity.  If you are a Dorothy Brown employee you are charged $3 a... Read more »

Jay Leno and so what

Too much discussion about the Jay Leno Show.  Musical time slots from late night to before late night, to after the news to news lead in.  The old Jay Leno Show was the better one.  Someone at NBC thought, it would be a great idea to change the time slot.  The new show is silly... Read more »

The Horrors of Haiti

Haiti was the first independent nation in Latin America and the first post colonial independent black led nation in the world.  On January 12, the country of Haiti had an earthquake and the country collapsed.  The country vanished and crumbled from an  earthquake.     Watching the TV reports we see the reporters asking stupid... Read more »
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King at 81

Martin Luther King, Jr was a great American. Today, January 15 is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday.  Had he lived, he would have been a senior citizen   of 81 years old.   He died at 39 years old.   His name and life has come to represent justice.  He was the father of... Read more »