Day-um… Yesterday, during his ninth appearance before Congress regarding the “Fast and Furious” debacle (read more about that HERE), Senator John Cornyn, Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked Attorney General Eric Holder to resign, saying he hoped President Obama would replace him. AG Holder’s response was epic and a total smack-down of Cornyn. The transcript below is courtesy […]Read more ›
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Detroit NAACP celebrates its 100-year anniversary with an impressive 57th Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner
Restoring hope for Detroit’s future
It is hard to understate the immensity of this event. Upwards of 6,000 people attended this gala event at the Cobo Center in Detroit. There were five podiums set up, ringing the room, each with a long line of seats for dignitaries stretching out on both sides.
The press conference before the event was attended not only by the award winners but such dignitaries as…Read more ›
Now THAT is an all-star line-up! This Sunday, May 6, the Detroit NAACP will hold its 57th Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner. Check out this line-up: Eric Holder, Attorney General, United States of America Rachel Maddow, Host, The Rachel Maddow Show Lifetime Achievement Awardee Rev. Julius Ceasar Hope, National Religious Affairs Director, NAACP Freedom and Justice Awardee Maureen Taylor, […]Read more ›
Does Justice Dept’s ruling on SC voter ID law bode well for repeal of Michigan’s Emergency Manager law?
This could signal an important foreshadowing of the U.S. Justice Department’s investigation of Michigan’s Emergency Manager law and its disparate impact on African Americans. The U.S. Department of Justice will block the voter ID provisions of an election law passed in South Carolina earlier this year because the state’s own statistics demonstrated that the photo identification requirement would have a […]Read more ›
Rep Conyers: US Atty General Holder ALREADY investigating impact of Michigan’s Emergency Manager law
My, my. THIS is interesting. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is reviewing whether the state of Michigan can legally appoint an emergency manager to oversee the Motor City’s finances, Rep. John Conyers, D-Detroit, said late today. Conyers said he spoke to Holder about his request that the government move to block the law. “(Holder) said, ‘I’ve got my lawyers working […]Read more ›
In an op-ed in the Washington Post yesterday, U.S. attorney general Eric H. Holder Jr. and secretary of health and human services Kathleen Sebelius make a compelling case for the Constitutionality of health insurance reform law. Roughly 20 cases question the new law’s individual responsibility provision, which says that Americans who can afford to must maintain basic health coverage. Federal […]Read more ›