My condolences goes out to Rev. Alan Felton, Judge Phil Carlton and the entire family of the late Rev. Dr. Gayle C. Felton formerly of Pinetops, NC.
The lottery said this week it raised $251 million for the state during the six months ending Dec. 31, or $23 million more compared to the same period a year earlier. – See more at: http://www.dailysoutherner.com/local/x1427975703/Lottery-revenues-pump-more-into-schools#sthash.72Qwla7W.dpuf
TARBORO — Strong instant ticket and Powerball sales helped the North Carolina Education Lottery’s net profits grow during the second half of 2013.
The lottery said this week it raised $251 million for the state during the six months ending Dec. 31, or $23 million more compared to the same period a year earlier. (Source: Read more)
Response: Damn! How ignant! Maybe it is in the tea because in this same article read it for yourself and don’t take my word. “But McMorris Rodgers actually voted against laws meant to address the pay disparity between men and women four times.”
On CNN Wednesday, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) told host Wolf Blitzer that she supports equal pay for women despite voting against a measure that would help women achieve that goal.
In response to a question from Blitzer about President Obama’s call for equal pay in his State of the Union Address on Tuesday and whether she is “with the President when he says that there should be laws mandating equal pay for equal work for women,” McMorris Rodgers, who gave the official Republican response, replied: (Source: Read more)
Response: I love it when folks come on my blog and criticize my posts. Hell but they prove the point because they gets the message and if they didn’t their ignant ass would not respond to me not one time, but continue to respond over and over again. But the sad thing these ignant asses got options. Their options is not an option because their main goal is to attempt to discredit me just like they want to do to black students whom they feel are not affluent and don’t act white or like the all who have forgot from whence they come. Ya’ll gonna learn the day!
"…anyone still attempting to argue that Ebonics is a problem for black students or that it is somehow connected to a lack of intelligence or lack of desire to achieve is about as useful as a Betamax video cassette player, and it’s time for those folks to be retired, be they teachers, administrators, or community leaders, so the rest of us can try to do some real work in the service of equal access for black students and all students." – Adam J Banks