Wednesday, December 20, 2006

With Recession Looming, Bush Tells America To ‘Go Shopping More’

The US teetering toward a recession in 2007. Bush’s solution? “Go shopping more.”

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

I Heard You Twice The First Time

Sunday, December 10, 2006

"The city is responsible for this man pouring gasoline on himself,"

Well its the holiday season. The city of Orlando, eagerly trying to distance itself from its image as the angriest and cruelest city in America, staged a homeless press event.

Someone needs to tell the city and its fake elitist promoters that compassion and sensitivity is not a media event.

This city is so hypocritical.

The Shame of A City?

Unfortunately, corruption, theft, lies and dishonesty are not a discerning criteria for the folks in New Orleans. How in Gods name can a sleazy dirt bag like William Jefferson be re-elected?

Oh yeah, I forgot...they're accusing Mr. Jefferson because he's black

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Florida #2 in total foreclosures: CNN

one foreclosure for every 640 households

Friday, November 24, 2006

Body of FAMU student found in Killearn home

Nefertiti Nicole Williams found dead. developing

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

"treated like a piece of trash to be thrown around."

OK, enough. Yeah, I know Siplin blundered regarding the campaign worker/state employee bullshit. But, for Gods Sake, is this how you treat a man that is complying with all of the rules,
working within the system to please uncle boss man?


Saturday, November 18, 2006

We Need to Ask Ourselves a Question

I recently attended a meeting, where the president of the Pine Hills Community Council (PHCC) talked about his proposal of "The Village of Pine Hills." Now mind you "The Village of Pine Hills" will only have an advisory board, it will have no real power! Which will leave the Pine Hills Community right where it has always been, powerless and at the whims of the county, plus the City of Orlando. continued here

Homer Hartage says Goodbye to Pine Hills

Pointing to the accomplishments of his eight years of service to Orange County District 6, outgoing Orange County Commissioner Homer Hartage said goodbye to Pine Hills and District 6 this week.

The twice-elected commissioner, who unsuccessfully ran in the Democratic Primary in a bid for Congress, gracefully and eloquently thanked those in attendance at the Robinswood Community Improvement Association annual meeting. continued

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