Who’s First for the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Many have been questioning who will be first in line for the COVID-19 vaccine. Well, some recent information coming out of Science News has provided us with an update. Healthcare workers and long-term care residents have been recommended for the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine. The two vaccine candidates, Pfizer and Moderna, will be…

Joe Biden’s First Move: Mask Mandate

Greetings Folks, Our 46th President already has his first order of business once he takes office. The following information comes from The Hill. Once President-Elect Joe Biden takes office, he plans on calling governors around the country to enact mask mandates in their states. If those governors resist, he will pressure mayors to enact mandates…

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Greetings Everyone, I’m not sure how I missed the controversy surrounding the dam that’s under construction on Africa’s Blue Nile River, but I’ve caught up to speed. Formerly known as the Millennium Dam, The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is currently being built in the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, on the Blue Nile River. The…

Liberia Asks the United States for Help?

Greetings All, Independent Media Personality Dr. Mumbi Seraki has been unapologetic about calling out puppet leadership throughout the African continent. And a recent story coming out of Liberia justifies everything that’s been said. The following information is from DW. Four Liberian tax officials, three who worked for the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) and one who…

The Importance of the Black Male Vote

One thing I’ve noticed this election season, by way of media coverage, online and in-person debates, and the numbers, is that the Democratic Party’s stranglehold on Black America is breaking. While most Black Americans over the age of 40 still have blind loyalty to the Party and its candidates, less than 47% of Black voters…

Final Round

I just finished watching the final round of the 2020 Presidential Debate, and I must say that it was a lot better than the first. This was an actual debate and not a roast session. However, between group chats and political banter with family members, I was unable to get every point made. But I…

Medical Experts Blow The Lid Off of COVID-19

As a continuation of a statement made in my previous post, I want to share a video of medical experts from around the country speaking against the coronavirus, the mandating of masks, fear-mongering by the media, and other misinformation (lies) spread about medical facilities. This press conference took place on the steps of the Supreme…

Bipartisan Bill Will Help the Fitness Industry

It’s no secret that businesses, both small and large, have suffered from the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness industry, in particular, took a huge loss but didn’t get as much coverage. That is until now. The following information comes from Club Industry. The Health & Fitness Recovery Act of 2020 was announced on Thursday, October 1st….

The 2020 Presidential Debate: Round 1

Last night’s First Presidential Debate was comedic gold. As problematic as President Trump may be for many, no one can top his one-liners; hilarious is an understatement. The topics addressed were the Affordable Care Act, Covid-19, the Economy, Race Relations, and the Supreme Court. However, the personal insults coming from both parties turned the debate…

The We Charge Colonialism Justice Bank

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I highlighted We Charge Colonialism, an organization that’s fighting for the rights of self-determination for African American communities. Well, I came across an update regarding their Justice Bank and had to share it with you all. The Justice Bank for We Charge Colonialism is a mutual aid fund that…

Protect Masculinity

A Pew Research Center study advised that the United States has the highest rate of single-mother led households, with a quarter of our children living with one parent. The National Center for Education advised that 76% of public school teachers are women. Liberals, feminists, and misandrists advised that masculinity is toxic, traditional gender norms are…

The U.S. Proposes to Remove Sudan from Terrorist List for Payment

There’s some interesting news coming out of Sudan, and I had to share it. The following information is from The Guardian. The United States is proposing removing Sudan from its terrorist list in exchange for a $330 million payment to American victims of al-Qaida. Sudan, who has been on the list since 1993, was found…