Monthly Archives: September 2014

Louisiana State Senator has residency lawsuit dismissed

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U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu‘s Louisiana residency lawsuit was dismissed today by a Baton Rouge state court judge.  State Rep. Paul Hollis, R-Covington filed the lawsuit stating that Landrieu lived in Washington D.C. and not Louisiana.

.@LATimes reporter cleared stories with CIA before submitting to his employer

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Ken Dilanian is a prominent national secirity reporter and former L.A. Times reporter between April 2010 through May of this year, covering the CIA.  According to the L.A. Times, Dilanian worked in the Washington D.C. bureau.  Dilanian has also worked with the Philadelphia Inquirer and most rececntly the Associated Press.  

.@LarryElder discusses #CommonCore, Tupac and Black Leadership with the Urban Girl

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People who know me personally are aware of my LOVE for best-selling author and radio talk show host Larry Elder.  Many in the black community are not fond of his direct and at times unpopular topics of discussions, but he does manage to ruffle folks feathers and get you thinking critically. I regularly retweet his […]


Mayor of Compton is headed to the United Kingdom

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Compton Mayor Aja Brown is part of a delegation, of mayor’s, who are headed to the United Kingdom (UK). They will meet with British officials and business leaders to discuss infrastructure, public-private partnerships and urban leadership.

Monroe Magnet Middle School rolls out the red carpet for 1st day of school

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  Inglewood Unified School District is back in session.  State administrator Dr. Don Brann has made some changes during the summer, that has enrollment numbers up and parents happy their children have returned to school.

Where has the Anti-Gang Unit Funding Gone in the City of Long Beach?

There have been several articles coming out of the City of Long Beach inquiring as to why there are ZERO dollars allocated to the Anti-Gang Unit for FY 14-15.  With Chief of Police Jim McDonnell on leave to run for Sheriff, questions are being fielded by his 2nd in command, Deputy Chief Robert Luna, his […]


Update: L.A. County Sheriff Indictments

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In December 2013 a total of 18 current and former L.A. County Sheriff deputies were arrested on ongoing investigations stemming from civil rights violations of inmates.  The jails had been under a federal investigation since 2011 and it came to light with a discovery of a cellphone.  Since the initial arrests, an additional two deputies […]


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