Republicans Don’t Give A Damn About Hispanics, White and Brown Men

Tonight I listen to the CNN Republican National Security Debate. If I was an Hispanic individual that lived in the United States for 20 plus years I would be very salty about having to leave a country that I call home. Justsaying you better think twice before you cast your vote for any of the [...] [Read More]

World Leaders Controversial Kissing Ad Campaign

People walk past an advertisement in Paris that features President Obama kissing Chinese President Hu Jintao. The ad campaign features world leaders kissing each other on the mouth, which Benetton says supports the Unhate Foundation, which opposes the culture of “hate” and is “aimed at exorcising the ‘fear of the other,’ “ according to the [...] [Read More]

Fight for Your Right to Vote ~ Show Up At the Polls 2012

Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson on August 6, 1965. This law was created to enforce the Fifteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 banned such discriminatory practices as literacy tests for voters. On Tuesday [...] [Read More]

President Obama Kind Act Toward People In Need

  Some things you just don’t have to brag about because it will speak for itself. While Herman Cain is running around bad mouthing the 99% that occupy Wall Street and blaming unemployed folks for being unemployed. Behind closed door the President pulls out the check book. Repost This Article [Read More]

Digital Photo of the Day | A Momentous Day In The History of Libya.

Gaddafi died today during the fall of Sirte, finally ending his 42-year hold on Libya . Gaddafi and loyalist then fleeing their vehicles. He was found in a drainage ditch reportedly begging for his life. Libyans exploded in excitement this afternoon upon hearing the news about the toppled Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Libya must rebuild after being ruled [...] [Read More]

Cover of the Day | What We Spend According to Warren

VISUAL: You know you should file bankruptcy but you heard all the stigma bullshit that goes along with clearing yourself of the monkey on your backs. HA! You just got off from work, you decided to check your Facebook status, just got from your boyfriend/girlfriend crib, hospital visit/the night club with the overpriced drinks and food/you’re [...] [Read More]

Digital Photo of the Day | Texas Gov. Rick Perry College Transcript

It should comes as no surprise if no one in the GOP has brought up Rick Perry’s college transcript while in attendance at Texas A&M University. Matter of fact his transcript appears to reflect a man that ran our country into the ground for eight years. What did Perry really do in college? Perry has [...] [Read More]

Email Bag | Comment #196 in support of Barack Obama

Mark Jeffery Koch from Cherry Hill, New Jersey wrote this comment on September 15th, 2011 12:43 pm in response to article. Thank you Jeff for sharing your comments with thephotographer4you® readers. 196 – Seeing Ripple in Jewish Vote – Readers’ Comments – Barack Obama has increased aid to Israel at a time millions of Americans lost their homes and millions [...] [Read More]

First Lady Michelle Obama “Embrace Your Power”

The first lady of the United States is looking positively radiant on the October, Essence 2011 cover in a Fushia floral dress. First Lady Michelle Obama talks about her journey from Chicago to the White House saying: Repost This Article [Read More]

Happening Around Town | President Obama, FEMA and Government Officials Ready for Hurricane Irene

Folks from around the globe watched on their televisions, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, social media, Google+, new-streams and surfed the Internet for updates while the East Coast waited for Hurricane Irene. There was not going to be another Katrina or Haiti aftermath in the United States if President Obama, FEMA, government officials and municipalities had anything [...] [Read More]

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