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Resistance Is Growing

 Resistance Is Growing Junious Ricardo Stanton             On September 14th, U.S. District Judge William S. Stickman ruled Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s orders locking down the state to mitigate the spread of SAS-CoV-2 were unconstitutional. In a sixty-six page ruling the judge stated that while Wolf’s orders were well intended it was an infringement on the First and Fourteenth Amendment of the US Constitution’s rights and liberties of the people. This was a milestone ruling because it…

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What Does The New Green Deal Mean For Black People

What Does the New Green Deal Mean For Black People?Junious Ricardo Stanton “Yet, environmental racism is real and despite the disproportionate impact of pollution and climate crisis on Black people in the United States, the introduction of the Green New Deal presents a key question: Where does the Black political establishment stand on the Green New Deal?  It doesn’t go unnoticed that there are no Black Members of Congress who are leading the push for it, even though they represent some of the…

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Dr. Maulana Karenga: Us’ 55 Years of Unbudging Blackness: African As Our Moral Ideal

Us’ 55 Years of Unbudging Blackness: African As Our Moral Ideal     Dr. Maulana Karenga     Part 1. Since I first conceived Us as a vanguard organization and called its founding meeting in the wake of the August Revolt and the martyrdom of Min. Malcolm X, we have been committed to three overarching and interrelated goals: cultural revolution, Black liberation and the radical reconception and reconstruction of American society. I proposed Kawaida as our grounding philosophy and the Nguzo Saba as…

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Beware the Coming Global Reset

 Beware the Coming Global ResetJunious Ricardo Stanton             Back in June I shared the plans of the global shot callers for a comprehensive socio-economic-political reengineering agenda they are calling “The Great Reset”. I said, “There are powerful individuals who meet once a year to plot and plan a global socio-economic-political agenda for the world. The World Economic Forum is one such entity.  The members of the World Economic Forum maintain they are merely a global organization of…

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The True Meaning of “Labor Day” , by Alton H. Maddox, Jr. (Attorney-at-War)

©              Today, a major issue for Blacks is “unemployment.”  For Blacks, in 1860, the major issue for Blacks was the “form of employment.” Blacks were chattel slaves.  Therefore, in 1860, for Blacks, there was “full employment.”  There were no labor laws, and Blacks had no rights.  There were blue states and red states.                Until slavery, in the United States came to an end, it was impossible to celebrate a “Labor Day."  There was slavery, in the red states and unorganized…

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Eugenics and You Part 2

Eugenics and You Part 2Junious Ricardo Stanton“pgEd’s mission is to increase awareness and conversation about the benefits and ethical, legal, and social implications of personal genetics. We believe that far-reaching public engagement about genetic advances is key for a safe and equitable path forward, and we strive every day to be inclusive of all people – regardless of socioeconomic or educational background, cultural or religious affiliation, and ethnic or personal identity.” pgEd’s mission…

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"Black Lives Matter", by Alton H. Maddox, Jr. ("Attorney-at-War")

              United African Movement was formed on August 17, 1988 under the auspices of Garveyism to secure justice for Tawana Brawley, a fifteen year-old girl, from Dutchess County, NY.  She was kidnapped, raped and her body was tattooed with "KKK" and "Nigger" in addition to being smeared with feces.  In my humble opinion, the attack on Tawana was contrived to terrorize Blacks.               The assault on Tawana Brawley challenged Black manhood in the United States.  It is still without an…

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Eugenics and You Part 1

 Eugenics and You Part 1Junious Ricardo Stanton “Eugenics is the philosophy and social movement that argues it is possible to improve the human race and society by encouraging reproduction by people or populations with “desirable” traits (termed “positive” eugenics) and discouraging reproduction by people with “undesirable” qualities (termed “negative” eugenics).” What is Eugenics https://pged.org/history-eugenics-and-genetics/ Eugenics was a philosophy and movement by Europeans that called for…

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Living Legend - "Pre-Game"

Hi I’m Michael the “Living Legend” is an artist of no boundaries. His first introduction to music came as a small child and he would visit his family hometown of Chicago.   He is a military child, which afforded him the opportunity to to experience many genres of music.…
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[NEW MUSIC] BILLBOARD G - "T.I.Me" | @billboard_g

East Coast Lyricist, Billboard G's Sophomore Album "T.I.Me" is setting streams afire

 

Billboard G born Amir Rashon Williams on February 5, 1989, in Newark, NJ has made a name for himself in the underground hip-hop scene. Before the release of his sophomore album "T.I.ME" (this is me), Billboard has been able to share stages with some of the world’s biggest artists such as A…

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The Bible Economics Line by Mike Ramey

 

“You ask his protection, but how can you expect it if you are not agreed with him?”

--Charles Haddon Spurgeon

 

     In one of my favorite comic strips, a boy and his father were having their typical argument over spending money.  The boy expected his father to serve as his personal ATM machine; the father…

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Tizo - "NECKBREAKER"

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Brick city Newark, NJ, the future Tizo drops his debut single "House On The Floor" produced by King Mezzy. Landing him a spot on Jadakiss' mixtape "Back to The Streets Vol 2" which recently dropped.…

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