Oh Izzy. The latest fundraising efforts of Senator Isadore Hall III (D-Compton) reveals that only 8% of his campaign cash is coming from local supporters, while he is winning races with only 7% of registered voters voting for him. Representing one of the poorer districts in California, it shows his decisioin making and votes, wont […]
Monthly Archives: September 2015
Take that, take that. Sources say that a Compton elected official got into a verbal sparring match, at a local union function yesterday, with an elected officials spouse, which ended with a possible assault charge being filed.
Well. Well. Well. If it isn’t Richard Wrongtree, Langston Snooze. This mayor, moonlighting as a writer, manages to put readers to sleep on a weekly basis. The mayor has also lost more money, that would benefit the black community, than the law allows. The Black community is being bamboozled, in front of their very eyes, […]
The 2015 KDAY Fresh Fest was held at the Shrine Auditorium, Friday, September 25, 2015, to an enthusiastic crowd. The venue provided a comfortable atmosphere to get ya groove on. The crowd was on their feet for all of the performances and singing along to the lyrics. The lineup drew from a who’s who of […]
This South Bay mayor has been dragged in the media for months. Details of their personal life, has become political fodder in the Black community. Sympathetic ears listen to them, but the lies are mounting like unpaid debts.
Mystery solved. In yesterday’s “blind item” we discussed 35th Senate District candidate, Steve Bradford, failing to secure the endorsement of assembly members Autumn Burke (AD 62) and Mike Gipson (AD64). Not only does he have to fend off Warren Furutani but also a true environmentalist that has stepped up to the plate. Will this new […]
This candidate has amassed an outstanding “war chest” for the upcoming 2016 race. With top communication experts pushing this candidate’s message, the candidate has secured endorsements up and down the sunshine state. However, key endorsements are missing in action.