Armand Carr, All Tied Up

BIO Coalition of Black Excellence THE QUIET STORM WITH ARMAND Link Armand Carr is affectionately known as “The Voice”. His baritone and rich, silky tone reverberate through our speakers nightly as the voice behind the Quiet Storm and Listen Up Bay Area on KBLX 102.9FM. Armand is also the founder of All Tied Up, a … Continue reading Armand Carr, All Tied Up

Mitt Romney:- Fortune

Brief Bio Biography Link Born in Michigan on March 12, 1947. Mitt Romney is the son of former Michigan Governor George Romney. He founded the investment firm Bain Capital. Ran for the Massachusetts Senate in 1994, losing to incumbent Ted Kennedy. Romney took over the Salt Lake Organizing Committee and helmed a successful 2002 Olympic … Continue reading Mitt Romney:- Fortune

Election – 2020 / Prophetic Registry

Background Let us look back and see how pastors and prophetic voices looked ahead and saw Election 2020.   Prophetic Voices Tabulated Pastor/Prophet Church/Ministry Date Vote Words Pastor Chris Oyakhilome LoveWorld Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy, based in Lagos, Nigeria. Trump Chris Reed Trump Pastor Curt Landry Curt Landry Ministries Trump Denise Goulet International … Continue reading Election – 2020 / Prophetic Registry

President-elect Joe Biden’s Irish roots – from fleeing Famine Ireland to winning the White House

Author:- Niall O'Dowd ( @niallodowd ) Subject:- President-elect Joe Biden's rich Irish ancestry helped lead him to the White House. Content Publisher:- IrishCentral Dated:- 2020-November-7th Link As is true in the case of Presidents John F. Kennedy, Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, and now Joe Biden, the Irish Famine had the untold impact of creating a … Continue reading President-elect Joe Biden’s Irish roots – from fleeing Famine Ireland to winning the White House

The New Yorker:- A President Looks Back on His Toughest Fight

Stories The story behind the Obama Administration’s most enduring—and most contested—legacy: reforming American health care. Link   Our first spring in the White House arrived early. As the weather warmed, the South Lawn became almost like a private park to explore. There were acres of lush grass ringed by massive, shady oaks and elms and … Continue reading The New Yorker:- A President Looks Back on His Toughest Fight

Crimes in Nigeria

Background Life is tough and getting tougher and rougher.   Outline Gloria Onyedikachi Domestic Violence Victim Pregnant, young Wife of 4 Months Uwaila Vera Omozuwa Young University Student Wanted a bit of serenity went to Church to study Subsequently raped and murdered inside the Chuch Ignatius Odunukwe Businessman kidnapped and murdered Dr. Benedict & Iranum … Continue reading Crimes in Nigeria

Washington Post:- Joe Biden :- Tenure as a lifeguard

What a lifeguarding job on the black side of Wilmington taught Joe Biden about race Link The furor about Joe Biden’s race politics started as soon as he decided to run for office. As a candidate for the New Castle County Council in 1970, he made expanding public housing central to his campaign. Angry white … Continue reading Washington Post:- Joe Biden :- Tenure as a lifeguard

Ladies in Tough Situations

Videos Clenesha Garland A mother and daughter separated by a life sentence Profile Clenesha Garland is holding on to the possibility of clemency for her mother, who is serving a life sentence in Texas for a nonviolent drug offense. As she waits, Garland puts herself in her own kind of prison, living a life without … Continue reading Ladies in Tough Situations

Mail in Voting

Background I am not one for a lot of noise. Yet, everywhere one turns these days, it is Election, Mail in Voting, Postal Services.   Outline Eligibility Register To Vote Check Registration Are you registered to Vote? Mail in Ballot Are you eligible for Mail in Ballot Are you registered for Mail in Ballot Process … Continue reading Mail in Voting

Coronavirus outbreak in California Prisons

Background Here is a tough and heartbreaking story on Coronavirus.   Story Link   LOS ANGELES — As COVID-19 infections rapidly spread through California’s prisons, authorities on Monday announced the replacement of the state correction system’s top medical officer. The move came as Gov. Gavin Newsom criticized a previous decision to transfer hundreds of inmates … Continue reading Coronavirus outbreak in California Prisons