Booker T. Washington (L), President Barack Obama, and Supreme Court Justice
Clarence Thomas (R).
For decades, it was always Booker T. Washington; then Clarence Thomas became the “black” Republican mascot of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1991 thanks to Bush I. 20 years later, a newcomer is now worthy of mention in the Thomas-Washington dichotomy. The three candidates all have impressive resumes, but we’ll let you decide.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
Washington is best known for being one of the founding members of Tuskegee University, an “historically black college” in America. It is also the site … Read Entire Article
by Brian A. Wilkins
8/26/2011 (links and photos updated December 16, 2019)
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Congress, coincidentally or otherwise, was on recess when a magnitude 5.8 earthquake hit the east coast Tuesday. It shook the nation’s capital and freaked out residents who are unaccustomed to earthquakes. But what shook D.C. may not have been a naturally-occurring quake, according to a report on Presscore.ca. The most interesting quote from the story is as follows:
“What is missing from the seismograph for the Washington DC area 5.8 magnitude earthquake are the primary or “P” waves. All
I, Brian A. Wilkins, administrator of the OP-NAT EYE, have taken the pledge to spread the message that Muslims are our fellow Americans.
My Fellow American is “an online film and social media project that calls upon concerned Americans to pledge and spread a message that Muslims are our fellow Americans.” The following video was produced by Unity Productions Foundation and directed by Emmy-winning filmmaker Robert Gardner.
It is common knowledge to those who seek truth that state-run Euro-American media have used the same tactics to train the sheepish American (some unwittingly) whom to love and whom to hate since … Read Entire Article