Today's Know Thy Self topic of conversation addressed the biggest problems facing black families. And as the Federal Government debates how to avoid the middle class from going over the "Fiscal Cliff" in 2013, people who live in poverty are trying to figure out how to feed their family on just $50/week!
In a meeting that took place at the first of the year, Mitt Romney made some statements that have got his campaign in deep trouble right now after recently being released. In fact, Mitt held a late night press conference on Monday to defend his position and did not apologize for his statements.
What he said that has the country buzzing right now is this:
Well here we are today after the opening ceremony of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. And if you had a chance to listen to the Tom Joyner Morning Show this morning you may have caught the crew talking about the breath-taking speech that First Lady Michelle Obama made to the world in support of her husband and President Barack Obama last night. She defended her husba
Just when I thought it would never happen, House Republicans and Democrats agree on a jobs bill. President Obama will sign the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act live via CNN at 2:15pm today. Supporters say the JOBS act will help small businesses and create jobs, into law.
There aren’t a whole lot of popular politicians these days, Gallup would know. A new report from the research organization found a record percentage of Americans are identifying themselves as independents rather than Democrats or Republicans.
With all the controversy surrounding the potential ‘shutdown’ of our Federal Government, our country is caught in one of the biggest financial crises to date and now they have till Friday to figure it out. My question is; HOW DID WE GET HERE? How could our government let spending get sooooo out of control that they have to shut themselves down?
Read more for how our country got in this mess, how they’re planning to get out if it, and what does all this mean for us.