The Dim-ocrat’s energy fields have crystalized and can no longer absorb cosmic energy.
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FIGURATIVELY AND LITERALLY PART 2 Your Thoughts! sdmonitornewsThe San Diego Monitor-News has been serving Black San Diego since 1986 sdmonitornews.com
I am running for Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk (ARCC) because my background in the technology and business world and service on the City Council has prepared me to lead this office which needs new leadership and new technology. The stakes are high since property taxes fund education and other community programs. The Assessor’s job is to make sure that all properties are
On Monday the Legend Team got going, and the question was not just about the legendary names that will ultimately don a street sign, but to ask “Is our city taking care of those who took care of us?” Harris says “There is no city without the people who give their time, gifts and their talents, let’s be honest, says Harris.”
Before the gunman shot down 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York, at a supermarket on Saturday afternoon, he had stated his intent: “kill as many Black people as possible.” He reportedly wrote these words in a 180-page screed published online before he carried out what investigators are calling a hate crime and a racist act of violent extremism.
April 28th 1967 ALI SAYS NO, I WON’T GO!
San Diegan and Cultural Asset Ms. Patricia Bevelyn, is honored with the Key To The Movement.
Black American is due for a tower moment, what will it be?
Brian Flores’s Dolphins swept Bill Belichick’s supreme team “New England Patriots” all season. Did Brian’s lack of tanking games possibly embarrass Bill? Did Brain spank his boys with the Dolphin broom, and sent those Patriots home with their tails between their legs anger Bill? Was the text message a “Dig” at Brian’s hopes and dreams, by texting “You have the job” then saying “Oops, sorry, wrong Brian.” I believe Bill knew what he was doing.
A Justice Anita Hill will be a real Apology! Here’s the script: White Men say: “YOU Must Be Qualified” What does that mean? When all jurists go to law school and once they do, they’re all given a license to practice. Where ever that takes them, multiple paths to sharpen and form their qualifications, those