Monthly Archive: December 2012



Powerful words spoken by conscientious Blacks

The following quotes are a Christmas gift to all of the readers: 1. My Daddy, Milton Kendrick Sr.: “Can’t is never acceptable in your vocabulary or lifestyle.” 2. W.E.B. Dubois: “The American negro demands political, industrial and social equality.”


The year in review

(NNPA)—Again this year, African-Americans placed higher priorities on participation in politics than the pursuit of capitalistic and business development initiatives to improve their economic conditions. Their primary motivation is to use “the vote” to get what they want and need. In 2012, Blacks continued to display dysfunctional political behavior. Instead of seeking and supporting candidates and platforms to improve the financial status and wealth-building through private and public sector programs, the following abhorrent political behavior occurred among African-Americans.


It’s time to protect children against gun violence

(NNPA)—Over the past few days we’ve all learned a bit more about 20 beautiful 6- and 7-year-olds who each seem as if they could have been any of our children or grandchildren. Jessica asked Santa for new cowgirl boots for Christmas. Daniel’s family said he “earned” all the ripped knees on his jeans. James liked to remind people that he was six and three-quarters. Grace loved playing dress-up and with her dog Puddin.’