:10 Lets pretend…for the sake of all mankind, that the world is actually a good, fair, equal and moral place to be. And let’s further pretend that everyone loves everyone else and only want the best for each other and more than anything wants everyone to be treated with the utmost respect. Ok, good. Now we can talk openly, because in that make believe…it ain’t never gonna happen world, the Pittsburgh media would have done the right thing. But nooooooo, not in this world, no sir! Get to the point you say. Alright, here we go. On Saturday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. the City of Pittsburgh was privileged to have one of the most important and influential men in America, I dare say the world, visit our “fair” city. The fact that he’s also African-American is an extreme added plus. Judge Reggie B. Walton was the keynote speaker at the 38th Annual Willie “Pops” Stargell Pittsburgh and Allegheny County “M.V.P.” Awards Banquet, hosted every year by Champion Enterprises.
By now you know that Judge Walton is a Donora/Pittsburgh native who has excelled to professional, social and judicial heights of superior levels and has done so through hard work, perseverance and tremendous parents. His highly impressive resume in short is as follows: