Millions of children across the nation will be able to do their homework at home during the upcoming school year, thanks to strong leaders on both sides of the aisle who recognize that broadband has become a necessity. But that could soon end if Congress doesn’t quickly take action.
While being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) several years ago, U.S. Army and Iraq War veteran William Davis realized he had become hooked on the opioid pain medication hydrocodone. Seeking to break his dependency on the legal yet highly addictive drug, Davis turned to marijuana as an alternative pain relief solution, despite its illegality in Louisiana.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Aug 8, CMC – The world’s small island developing States (SIDS) are among the most vulnerable countries on the planet. And they are in trouble. Some of them are literally sinking. Or, to be more exact, the waters that surround them are inching higher, threatening to swallow them up.
Governor Ron DeSantis is running hard on racism. It is the central message of his presidential campaign filled with a hate speech platform patterned after the White supremacy segregationists of the 1950s and 60's. It is a stunning reproduction of the Jim Crow mantra of that era with different labels. But the mission is obvious, and people of color are very clear about what they are looking at. I remember watching a cable news show where a Black woman commented on the DeSantis slogan, “Florida is where Woke goes to die.” She angrily said, “I’m not going back to slavery. Never!”
Orlando, Fl—The firestorm over the Florida Board of Education’s new standards for teaching Black history, continued during the Florida General Baptist Convention, Congress of Christian Education in Orlando Florida. The Chairman of the Task Force for Social Justice Ministry, the Reverend Dr. RB Holmes outlined the initiative; “Teaching Our Own History.”
In 2020, President Biden and Vice-President Harris raised over $1 Billion in their presidential campaign in the last election. They have raised the most money in any campaign in the history of any elections. Many Democrats are not aware of this phenomenal achievement, and $700 million was raised online.
A year in which there are only three races for governor’s seats, all in the Deep South, wouldn’t normally create a lot of political speculation. Kentucky’s popular Democratic incumbent may have a tough race, and chalking up Louisiana and its neighbor to the east to a Republican would be typical conventional wisdom.