You or someone you know probably saw “For Colored Girls” this weekend. Continue »
This kid is a little business genius. Continue »
C’mon now, keep it ALL the way 100. How many of ya’ll would have given this kinda money back in a recession?? Continue »
After a disheartening mid-term election in the USA, many Democrats were left dazed and confused like Kat Stacks at an ATM! We all know this nation is in a state of shock right now but the most recent elections have some folks shook. The Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine released a statement after the elections. He stated,
“In November 2008, the American people voted for change – for a President that would stand up for the needs of middle-class families and a government that would work together to address America’s biggest challenges. In the two years since then, Democrats have worked hard to rebuild America’s economy and renew the American Dream. But tonight, voters sent a message that change has not happened fast enough. The American people are rightly frustrated by the economy, and Democrats are ready to redouble our efforts to create jobs and accelerate growth. With the two houses of Congress now divided between Democrats and Republicans, it is incumbent upon both parties to take responsibility for governing so we can move the nation forward.
“In the face of stiff historical and economic headwinds, many of our candidates – with the help of committed volunteers and supporters across the country – outperformed expectations tonight. Democrats will maintain control of the Senate and we are fighting hard in key governors’ races across the country. I am extremely proud of our Party and the Democrats across the country who ran strong races based on records of fighting for the middle class, holding Wall Street accountable, ending the worst insurance industry abuses, and repairing the economic damage created by nearly a decade of failed economic policies.
“While there are many races still undecided, we must turn our attention back to the business of the American people and in that, we hope that Republicans will join us in looking for common ground from which we can make the progress the American people expect and deserve.”
Who knows what the next two years will hold for this country, but just knowing Tim Kaine is still ready to ride or die with President Obama is refreshing!
It took Ron Artest 10 seasons in the NBA to get a ring. And now, he’s willing to give up for to you, and fly you to L.A. to come pick it up, for $2. Continue »
When The Checks Stop Coming In: Woman Plans To Sell Handwritten Obama Letter To Help With Her Financial Hardship
A “lil Monday positivity”:
A struggling mom who wrote to President Obama about her financial hardship and received a handwritten response from him saying, “Things will get better!,” has had to sell the letter to an autograph dealer to help pay for a house. Continue »
This fancy kid’s father showed of his newest kicks on Twitter last night, courtesy of a fellow musician. Can you guess who the lucky baby getting fly in Ralph Lauren and Atlanta Moccasin shoes before he can even walk? Continue »
Some viewers shook their heads and spit their sparkling water all over their couches when that crazy CNN special with Anderson Cooper came on the telly tube. Cooper revealed that quite a few cute, innocent kids aren’t taught to appreciate all skin types. Awww. Ze poor darling bebes! Many of them reacted to black dolls as if “black doll” was an oxymoron. Continue »
Television hasn’t always been welcoming for people of color, but with more and more African Americans calling the shots, things may be changing. Some of those associated with the browning of Hollywood are the gatekeepers, leaders, and pioneers that have brought about new programming and new channels to the small screen. Continue »