The Edgecombe County Board of Education will look at cutting positions at a special board meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Edgecombe County Board Rooms in Tarboro.
The Political Agitator response: Damn! Damn! Damn! SMDH! You see it is manure like this that keep me acting some kind of way!
A white Mississippi Justice Court judge is accused of slapping a 20-year-old mentally disabled African-American man and yelling, "Run, n–ger, run," after he fled.
"This is 2014," said former Canton Mayor William Truly, president of the Canton branch of the NAACP, "not 1960, where someone could slap a young man and call out, ‘Run, n–ger, run."
According to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, the family of Eric Rivers has filed a complaint with police alleging that on May 8 Judge Bill Weisenberger smacked Rivers, who was hanging around the Canton Flea Market looking to make a few bucks unloading trucks. Witnesses claim that Weisenberger slapped Rivers twice and that when Rivers ran the judge allegedly yelled out the racial slur. (Source: Read more)
The Political Agitator response: Hell no the Republicans in the NC General Assembly needs to get their ignant asses on track simple as that.
We’ve all heard or read the horror stories about nightmare legislation — bills in the N.C. General Assembly or Congress that are thousands of pages long, containing more earmarks than anyone could ever imagine. The scariest prospect of such bills is they often pass, despite the fact that hardly any of the lawmakers have actually read the legislation they’re voting on.
So let’s talk about a refreshing exception — a simple, two-page bill that would require dog breeders to properly feed and water their animals. They also would have to provide decent-sized cages for dogs. The measure has the support of Gov. Pat McCrory and North Carolina’s first lady. It has been passed by the N.C. House of Representatives. (Source: Read more)
I say things some times that I get credit for be it good, bad or indifferent. I have conversations with many folks, receive information from many sources and know more about some things that I don’t say. I say some things because I don’t care about how folks receive it especially if it is the truth. You see some folks are afraid to say what they really mean publicly because they are afraid of how family, friends and others are going to take them. Well I don’t give a damn about how folks take me as long as we are dealing with the truth. Okay if and when it ain’t truth, then challenge me on it and then if you are right, I will get it right.
We in the black community are so damn scared of the truth that we are sick. Damn there is an old saying the truth hurts. But damn when the truth hurts, folks want to change the truth or say it ain’t the right time or place. Hell who gets to choose when it is the right time or right place? Damn the truth is the truth at all times. We can put a twist on the truth but damn it does not change the truth.
As I get older and wiser, I am having a real problem with the truth being twisted to serve some folks fantasy. Well I stop by to tell you that until you receive the truth as the truth, then you are untrue to yourself. Hell yeah the truth hurts but damn get the hell over it and move on. Meditate on that! Now what changed? Either you continue in accepting the truth or you continue in denial or the I just don’t give a damn mode. It is up to you, but for me I will take the truth at face value, anytime and anywhere. Nope haven’t always been that way but the older I get the wiser I get and I feel much better at the end of the day.
I take sides with the truth and not people, people change but the truth stays the same always and forever!
"Ah yes, truth. Funny how everyone is always asking for it but when they get it they don’t believe it because it’s not the truth they want to hear.": Helena Cassadine
Truth resides in every human heart, and one has to search for it there, and to be guided by truth as one sees it. But no one has a right to coerce others to act according to his own view of truth: Mahatma Mohandas K. Gandhi
Without seeking, truth cannot be known at all. It can neither be declared from pulpits, nor set down in articles, nor in any wise prepared and sold in packages ready for use. Truth must be ground for every man by itself out of it such, with such help as he can get, indeed, but not without stern labor of his own: John Ruskin
The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer not to hear: Herbert Sebastien Agar
"When I tell the truth, it is not for the sake of convincing those who do not know it, but for the sake of defending those that do." William Blake
We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst; and to provide for it: Patrick Henry
We have a few black owned local radio stations that we can call in during a certain time and say what is on our minds. We have a couple of other stations and TV stations that we can do the same. However none of the above gives us 24 hour access to be able to do such.
Well then came blogging, facebook and twitter and we have a free outlet to be able to voice our opinion but many choose to play games or talk about issues that does not help the black community move forward to be a better place to live, work and play.
It tickles me the kind of ignant mess that some folks post on facebook while we could be using this free outlet to make a difference in our community. But I ain’t mad with them because that is their option to post whatever makes them happy.
Folks I am going to use the free outlets to educate and to be educated. This is my sole purpose of blogging, facebook and twitter. Folks I ain’t got time for games.
As I have stated recently some of the old sayings I used to hear and continue to hear, I just can’t get wit them these days because as I get older I know some things just ain’t as it appears. When one get older they ought to get wiser. Just because moma or daddy said it, friends and/or or pastor said it, don’t always make it right! To live a damn lie all of one’s life when one ought to know better is just too damn ignant. Hell yeah I am ignant but I am not ignant to the truth. I am not so damn ignant that I will live according to what others may say just because they are so and so when I know so and so is misleading me. But if one do not know better then their ignance can be written off in my eyesight and it will be up to the all and the man above to work that piece out.
I look at how some folks talk about family, friends, pastor and etc. and as long as it does not affect them everything is okay. But when it affects them they look at the same situation differently. Why in the hell do you get mad when it hit home when the outcome is the same but just because the people are different and it is your family, friends, pastor and etc.
One example that really used to get to me is the world is coming to an end. Damn been hearing that and I am 51 years old. Some folks got all upset when some folks wrote books about the world coming to an end on a certain day. Well the world did come to an end on that day for somebody.
I figured it out all by myself one day when I woke up and it came to me that hell the world comes to an end every day, I repeat every day for someone who do not get it because this is hard to understand. But you see the world comes to an end every day because someone dies every day so that is the end of the world for them. But damn here he go talking ignant. Well consider the source, I have told you I am ignant as hell so don’t get sidetracked on that. Look at what my ignant behind is saying and you be the judge. Hell I don’t have a problem with you judging me because I know who I am and whose I am so why should I get mad with what others think. I have no control over what others think about me.
Another example is some folks have a problem when black folks talk about what they have done and folks say it is bragging or they think they are somebody. Well if they don’t tell their own story who in the hell is going to tell it. Oh they gonna tell it but when the person dies and go to their grave but these folks telling the story were all about them. Well if they were so all about them, why weren’t they telling the good news while they were living. They don’t tell other folks story because they are jealous and envious as hell. Well I am going to tell my own damn story because you can’t tell it like I can tell it unless I write it for you. And because I don’t want you to say a damn thing about me that you haven’t said publicly when I am stretched out.
I am not in the business of sugar coating manure.
If at anytime anyone has a problem with what my ignant behind has to say, just delete me because I ain’t goings no where and I am going to continue to tell it as I receive it with always trying to base my opinions on facts. Hold me accountable because I damn sure will hold you accountable as I feel a need to. “It is better to be divided by Truth, than to be United in Lies.” Author Unknown
Rocky Mount police crash investigators say bad weather, excessive speed, and worn car tires were all factors in the crash that killed 21-year-old Dennis Battle, 29-year-old Jason Britt, and 27-year-old Kyol Allen-Gailliard.
Family and friends gathered at Morning Star Church of Christ to mourn Battle and Britt. Both men were musicians who graduated from school in Nash County.
Allen-Gailliard was laid to rest earlier at Word Tabernacle Church in Rocky Mount. His father is Pastor James Gailliard of Word Tabernacle. (Source: Read more)