HKonJ People’s Assembly Video Promo! March With Us On Raleigh!

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FEBRUARY 11, 2012

MARCH ON RALEIGH!!

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60 Second Promo

March With Us On Raleigh!

Saturday, February 11!

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2012 Florida Republican Primary – Rasmussem Report

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Header Florida GOP Primary: Romney 44%, Gingrich 28%

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has opened a double-digit lead in Florida as the perception grows among Republican primary voters that he is the strongest general election candidate against President Obama. The state’s GOP Primary is on Tuesday. Read More.

     

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Scott Rasmussen’s new book, The People’s Money: How Voters Will Balance the Budget and Eliminate the Federal Debt , to be released on January 31, demonstrates the surprising public support for specific measures to spend less and balance the budget, solve the financial crisis, and fix the American economy. Pre-order Scott’s new book today from Amazon,Barnes & Noble and BooksAMillion! Autographed collectible editions of The People’s Money are also available.

 

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President Obama Sings Al Green’s ‘Let’s Stay Together,’ Sales Jump 490% – Huffington Post

Response: I bet them damn Re Re Re publicans are trying to come up with a way to put a twist on this one. LMDBAO!! C. Dancy II – The DCN Publisher

Who knew the President would be a one-man stimulus package for the music industry?

A day after President Obama sang a bit of Al Green’s classic "Let’s Stay Together" from the podium at a January 19th fundraising event in Harlem, videos of the crooner-in-chief went viral on YouTube, racking up millions of views. But it wasn’t just Obama’s version of the song that the web’s music fans sought out: according to Nielsen (via Billboard), digital download sales for Green’s version of the song jumped up 490% in the period ending on January 22nd. (More)

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Announcement: MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 10th ANNUAL DURHAM MLK/BLACK HISTORY MONTH PARADE – SAT. FEB 4TH

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10TH ANNUAL DURHAM MLK/BLACK HISTORY MONTH PARADE 

Honoring life and achievements of Dr. King & other great African Americans during Black History Month

Saturday February 4, 2012 – 12 noon

Fayetteville Street

(W.G. Pearson Elem to NCCU)

 

GRAND MARSHAL:

Dr. Chuck Davis

Founder & Artistic Director

African American Dance Ensemble 

 

THEME:

"I ‘Still’ Have a Dream"

 

 

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Honor Dr. King and other African Americans at the 10th Annual Durham MLK Parade on Saturday February 4, 2012 at 12 noon – Black History Month

 

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Perdue: Decision not to run again was personal–WRAL

Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue told WRAL News in an exclusive interview Sunday that her decision not seek re-election in 2012 was a very personal one and that she "will not go away" when it comes to fighting for public education.

"There were a lot of personal reasons involved in this decision that I’ll never discuss in public," she said at the Executive Mansion in Raleigh, in her first media interview since she announced her decision Thursday. (More)

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