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How The "Post-Racial Progressive Fundamentalists" And The "Black Racial Services Machine" Have Enveloped "Black Community Development Aspirations" And Now USES THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO'S FATE To Advance Progressive Fundamentalist Colonization

The other day I posted the front page of "The Atlanta Voice" - the official stationary of "The Black Racial Services Machine". To be more accurate - this story was syndicated by the "National Newspaper Publishers Association" - the outfit...Show More Summary

AAC commissioner pleased with progress of league, but sees room for improvement

American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco is pleased with the progress of his league after its second season in football, but sees room for improvement.

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY (Print IT!!): If The "Black Racial Services Machine" & "Post-Racial Progressive Fundamentalist Alliance" Failed To KEEP THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO Focused On American Political Opportunism - THIS Is The B.S. That The Black C

The Best Way To Analyze This "Long Running Fiasco" Regarding "Sambo-ette" Reality Shows Is To STEP OUTSIDE Of The National Stage And Look At How The "Black Racial Services Machine" Is INCOMPETENT At Providing A PURPOSE To Its "Americanized...Show More Summary

The Americanized Negro: Pawns In The "Malcolm X American Capitalistic Football Game" Between Two Sets Of Billionaires

THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO - IN THE FORM OF A "VERB" VOTING The Koch Brothers: "We Work Hard To Block PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST COLONIZATION" Via Our RIGHT-WING ADVOCACY And The Negro Is Riled Up To FIGHT US Via HIS BLACK VOTE MARCHINGShow More Summary

The State of Transportation Infrastructure: Breaking the Stalemate on Progress

In his State of the Union address this week, President Obama again delivered a message to Americans that we can't sit still as the arteries of our economy - our transportation system - fall into a state of severe disrepair. While short...Show More Summary

In Redeeming Racial Relationships, It Matters How We Look

This is deeply encouraging, because Gospel-teaching churches must take bold Biblical leadership on the present American racial scene for there to be real progress. The very institutions that remain so embarrassingly segregated on Sunday mornings can become the brightest, exemplary beacons of light for racial justice and reconciliation going forward. Show More Summary

Bryant Gumbel: 'The NRA Is A Curse Upon The American Landscape'

If there's anything progressive Americans share is their utter abhorrence of the unfettered proliferation of guns and the danger it poses to innocent people. People who have normal human emotions like compassion and concern for their fellow man, are not fans of easily accessible weapons of death. Show More Summary

Downtown, Midtown bridges need your design skills

Atlanta civic groups and design gurus want your help transforming two bridges in Downtown and Midtown that span the Downtown Connector. Central Atlanta Progress, the Midtown Alliance, the American Institute of Architects’ Atlanta chapter,...Show More Summary

Yes, Obama "Won Twice" - as a Progressive. Deal With It.

Today's American Right is burdened with a highly specialized and hyper-amplified sense of outrage. That outrage was triggered during this week's State of the Union speech, especially by the president's off-the-cuff response to a group...Show More Summary

New CEO Paula Schneider: How I’ll Fix American Apparel

Paula Schneider is less than two weeks into her tenure as CEO of American Apparel, but she’s already set about correcting years of missteps by the clothing chain’s infamous founder Dov Charney. “We’ve made great progress literally in the last 10 days,” she said, speaking to Forbes from the company’s Los Angeles base following an […]

Congress Should Not Impede the Nation's Progress

The president's sixth State of the Union address to Congress last night was heavy on the actions our country should take to build on the progress that American families have made over the past two years, thanks to a recovering economy. Show More Summary

Center for American Progress, poised to wield influence over 2016, reveals its top donors

The Center for American Progress, the preeminent liberal think tank in Washington, is poised to exert outsized influence over the 2016 president race and — should Hillary Clinton win it — the policies and agenda of the 45th President of the United States. CAP founder John Podesta is set to run Clinton’s presidential campaign, and […]

Rev F Keith Slaugher And Thom Hartmann: The Power To Debate A Progressive Fundamentalist Bigot Comes From Your Insight At Rebutting Their Main Confidence Man Argument

The Antics Of The "Post-Racial Progressive Fundamentalist Alliance": ENOUGH REPETITION OF DIVERSIONARY PROPAGANDA AND THE MANIPULATION OF THE "AMERICANIZED NEGRO'S ARTIFICIAL HORIZON" WILL START SEEPING OVER TO WHITE FOLKS WHO WILL START...Show More Summary

Americans like stuff that sounds good, polls find

The public prefers things like clean air and clean energy, but that doesn't mean progressives will win on those issues.

A Sneak Peak At Hillarynomics

A report released last week by The Center For American Progress is being touted as “the potential seed of [Clinton’s] economic agenda”: It tackles the issues Americans consistently list as their top priority in polls – jobs and the economy – but in a way that’s less likely to alienate the business community and financial […]

These State Of The Union Proposals Are Very Popular (Just Not With Congress)

Polls show that American voters support many of the progressive policies Obama is likely to announce tonight. The post These State Of The Union Proposals Are Very Popular (Just Not With Congress) appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Here's The Biggest Surprise At The JPMorgan Squash Tournament So Far

Miguel Rodriguez came from two games down against England's Peter Barker to become the first ever South American to progress to the quarter-finals of a Professional Squash Association World Series event. In the final eight he will face Gregory Gaultier of France. Produced by Jason Gaines. Show More Summary

Ask a Somm: How Do I Order Good, Weird Wine at a Restaurant?

Welcome to Ask a Somm, a new column in which experts from across the country answer questions about wine. Wondering about a bottle? Drop us a line. Patrick Cappiello is one fourth the team at Pearl & Ash, a progressive American restaurant...Show More Summary

“We know exactly who today’s dream killers are”: Why postal banking is so needed — and on the rise

Lower-income Americans have been under-banked and abandoned. Now a vast progressive movement is fighting back

Should We Start Dropping Expectations for Miguel Cabrera's 2015 Ceiling?

For Detroit Tigers fans, it was the tweet heard 'round the world: OK, that's a slight exaggeration. But the news, and accompanying photographic evidence, that the two-time American League MVP is progressing in his recovery from right ankle surgery should ease some nerves in the Motor City. On Jan. Show More Summary

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