Ex-Princeville officials file suit – Daily Southerner

Response: Damn Calvin Sherrod has allowed those 2 women to put him out there again. Sherrod says he wants his December stipend. Well I may be wrong but I believe the first thing on the agenda was suppose to be the swearing in of the new officers and then the business was suppose to be carried out. Well the ignant 3 called a special call meeting and then opened up the regular meeting and carried out an agenda but when the new board members were sworn in they carried out the agenda again to make the meeting legit. Damn unfair and deceptive trading practice, mental and emotional distress and pain and suffering? Damn too bad LGC can’t have their ignant asses committed to a mental institution because they are too damn ignant. Sherrod said he didn’t know why the new board members received a stipend? Damn ignant it was their first meeting just like you received a stipend for your first meeting. Well will have to see how the Judge rules.

PRINCEVILLE — PRINCEVILLE — Former Princeville commissioners Isabelle Purvis-Andrews and Calvin Sherrod filed a lawsuit in small claims court Jan. 10, against the town for $5,000 each.

A complaint by the duo alleges that the town owes them $150 for the December stipend, plus $4,850 for "unfair and deceptive trading practice, mental and emotional distress and pain and suffering," according to the summons. (Source)

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13 House Democrats offer bill demanding government study on Internet hate speech – The Hill

Response: I have no problem with this study.

Thirteen House Democrats have proposed legislation that would require the government to study hate speech on the Internet, mobile phones and television and radio.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) and 12 other House Democrats, would look at how those media are used to "advocate and encourage violent acts and the commission of crimes of hate."

The Hate Crime Reporting Act, H.R. 3878, is meant to update a 20-year-old study from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). That study, delivered to Congress in 1993, looked at hate speech on radio, TV and computer bulletin boards. (Source)