Anderson Chapel MBC Morning Service Sunday September 21, 2014 11:00 AM

Pastor Malcolm E. Lewis “Maybe God Is Trying To Tell You Something”

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Anderson Chapel MBC 75th Usher Anniversary Sunday September 21, 2014 4:00 PM Rev. Milton Batts Bethlehem MBC Nashville NC Messenger

Rev. Milton Batts Message “A Real Servant”

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John Boehner’s Lawyer Quits Because Lawsuit Against Obama Could Harm His Credibility

The Political Agitator response: This makes no sense! But then again look at who is involved Boehner! No respect for the position, hell ain’t even gonna go there about respect for the black man.

Speaker of the House John Boehner had to find a new lawyer to represent him in his lawsuit against President Obama after his attorney quit because he was worried that the suit could harm his credibility.

Boehner’s lawsuit is such a joke that he can’t keep his attorney. The fiasco surrounding the House Republican decision to sue President Obama keeps getting more delightful every day. If there was ever a sign that dropping a lawsuit would be a good idea, your attorney quitting because the suit could harm their credibility is a large omen. (Source: Read more)

White Man Slaps Postal Worker And Calls Him a N*gger, Judge Says It’s Road Rage Not Hate Crime–Blacklikemoi

The Political Agitator response: Damn shame! I remember years ago when they were saying young black males were at-risk. I said hell all black men are at-risk and since we have a black President it has been more prevalent than ever before.

A Brooklyn firefighter has been cleared of charges claiming he executed a hate crime after he slapped a black postal worker and called him the n-word.

A decision was reached in court on Wednesday regarding a November 2013 incident in which Luke Schreiner, a 300-pound New York City firefighter, slapped and shouted racial slurs at 57-year-old mailman Rene Isidore.  During the two-day bench trial, Isidore described the incident before breaking down in tears, New York Daily News reported.  He said he was driving his mail truck and came up behind Schreiner’s pick-up truck that was parked in the middle of a one-way street.  Without honking, he drove around the truck. (Source: Read more)

Rocky Mount hires assistant city manager – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator response: Damn another moment in history. Rocky Mount has 1 black city manager and 2 black assistant city managers. Oh hell this announcement on the same day of the Event Center becoming an official project for the Rocky Mount City Council. Oh well!

After nine months of vacancy, Rocky Mount officials hired a new assistant city manager.

Thomas Moton Jr. started in the position Monday after a stint as city manager of a town in Oklahoma, which he took after serving as an assistant city manager in Greenville. Throughout his career, he has overseen economic development, public safety, streets, utilities, finance, human resources and more.

“Moton comes with a good balance of diverse experiences as a city management professional,” said City Manager Charles Penny. “His background and knowledge of eastern North Carolina will complement our management team.” (Source: Read more)

State should rethink Medicaid expansion – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator response: This never made any sense and was only rejected because we have a black President. Because these ignants in NCGA rejected it, black, brown, white and other folks are suffering. The right thing to do is to go back and make it right. But then that ignant House Speaker Thom Tillis will say that our Governor that guy Pat McCrory is supporting our President. Hell it ain’t just about the President but it is all about doing what is right!

It certainly was encouraging to hear N.C. Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos tell a legislative committee last week that her agency is preparing information for Gov. Pat McCrory for possible options to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

McCrory and Republican legislative leaders last year rejected the expansion of Medicaid to more people under the federal health care overhaul, saying the state’s current system must be reformed first.

North Carolina’s $13 billion Medicaid program has been plagued by financial shortfalls for years, but Wos told lawmakers that the program had a $64 million cash balance at the end of the last fiscal year – setting the stage for possible expansion to include as many as 575,000 low-income, uninsured adults who earn too little to be eligible for federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act but too much to qualify for Medicaid as it currently is structured in the state. (Source: Read more)

Meet and Greet Fundraising Reception For Attorney Lamont Wiggins For The 7th Judicial District

imageYou are invited to a Meet and Greet Fundraising Reception in support of my candidacy for District Court Judge for the 7th Judicial District (Nash, Edgecombe, and Wilson Counties) on Thursday, September 25, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  It will be held at the home of former Golden Leaf Foundation CEO, Valeria Lee. Her address is 1828 Willow Glynn Road, Rocky Mount, NC  27804; Telephone 252-774-0977.  If you can’t make the reception but you would still like to make a contribution to my campaign, send your check to Lamont Wiggins for Judge, P. O. Box 2152, Rocky Mount, NC 27802.  Look forward to seeing you there.

City moves ahead with event center plans – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator response: I am so glad to see the Rocky Mount City Council moving forward to make the event center happen. Edgecombe County could of had ECU and some other things but because of the powers that be they wanted to keep Edgecombe County right where it is. But this council, they have been and continue to do some great things.

Rocky Mount Councilman Reuben Blackwell led the charge forward Monday on the proposed downtown event center as he made a motion to support the project – a motion that was approved by the other council members.

“I’d like to move that the Rocky Mount Event Center is designated as an official project of the Rocky Mount City Council to transform downtown and to re-energize our local regional economy subject to acquiring appropriate tax-incentive based financing,” Blackwell said.

He also requested that city staff develop a management marketing and programming plan that would be brought back to the City Council by December. (Source: Read more)

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