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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 2, 2018: I was going to write an insightful episode about Trump’s State of the Union Speech this week. And I will. Or I was going to write about Melania Trump’s expensive jet travels at our expense for no good reason and I will. Then The New York Times threw me a curve ball Thursday evening with what will probably be a front page story Friday slamming President Trump and it was just too inviting for me to slam out of the hypocrisy park.
What’s your view of Donald Trump’s system of politics and government?  On the other hand, what does Trump know, or care, about American Blacks’ needs and/or political priorities?
To the best people we know, Look yourself in the mirror and say, "Job well done!" The League of Women Voters of Florida is proud today! We are proud to be a part of the dedicated grassroots organizations that worked so hard reach out to over 1.1 million Floridians who signed petitions to place on the ballot the reinstatement of the right to vote to ex-felons! Today is a day of celebration for all citizens of Florida!
After reports of owner Jerry Richardson being accused of “misconduct”, the Carolina Panthers football team is for sale.  Several high-profile black celebrities and athletes have offered to join an ownership group making up the next great black hope - to buy the Carolina Panthers NFL football team.  Sean “Puffy” Combs is hoping to remedy the league's lack of minority owners by inserting his name for ownership.   The hip-hop mogul vows to bring in Colin Kaepernick in hopes of reviving his career.  Puff said "I will immediately address the Colin Kaepernick situation and put him in the running for next year's starting quarterback.   NBA star (and Charlotte native) Stephen Curry tweeted to Puffy: "I want in." 
Everybody in Washington was pointing a finger and blaming the other for the federal government shutdown. President Trump was calling the shutdown a gift from the Democrats on his one year anniversary in the White House. But on Monday afternoon the Senate was able to compromise and after congress votes, and the President signs the bill, the government will be reopened.
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