Monday, July 4, 2022


Politics

Should African American Women be Concerned with Roe vs. Wade? Should African American Women be Concerned with Roe vs. Wade?

(Akiit.com) The Supreme Court of the United States of America have decided to overturned their support of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Abortion Law making it... 


How is saving lives of black children bad for African-American women? How is saving lives of black children bad for African-American women?

(Akiit.com) I understand that politicians in general, and godless neo-Leninist liberals specifically, are dishonest, conscienceless and will say and do... 


Joe Biden is the economy’s supply chain problem. Joe Biden is the economy’s supply chain problem.

(Akiit.com) Joe Biden has become America’s “it’s not my fault” president. Whether it’s the inflation, the border, the crime,... 


Facing the Challenges of Life. Facing the Challenges of Life.

(Akiit.com) “The only people with no problems that we know of are in the cemetery.” Junious Ricardo Stanton             Life is such that... 


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Religion

Resurrection. Resurrection.

(Akiit.com) Resurrection: return to life, transformation, rebirth, coming back into notice,             Millions of Christians around the world... 


We should worry about America’s clergy retiring from the pulpit. We should worry about America’s clergy retiring from the pulpit.

(Akiit.com) At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic we saw the “great resignation”—people quitting their jobs in droves, for a host of reasons. The... 


Turning Aside. Turning Aside.

(Akiit.com) God has something He wants to show you. How do I know this? Because God has something He wants to say to each and every one of us. We see this... 


Faith Comes By Hearing. Faith Comes By Hearing.

(Akiit.com) I’ve shared many times from The Worship Center pulpit about the importance of God’s Word—all sixty-six books of the Scripture. There... 


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News

Should African American Women be Concerned with Roe vs. Wade? Should African American Women be Concerned with Roe vs. Wade?

(Akiit.com) The Supreme Court of the United States of America have decided to overturned their support of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Abortion Law making it an unprecedent and historic event that have captivated the country and divided the nation against each others on the left and on the right and on such a delicate issue affecting the life of millions of women and children. This court ruling with a vote... [Read more of this review]


Film Review; Elvis. Film Review; Elvis.

(Akiit.com) (**1/2) Baz Luhrmann photobombs this Elvis portrait with over-extravagant filmmaking that dwarfs the iconic rock and roller. And that ain’t easy. The script, cowritten by Luhrmann, Sam Bromell and Craig Pearce (Moulin Rouge! and Romeo + Juliet), puts it all out there. Ambitious singer borrows heavily from R&B music, fuses it with up-tempo rock and twangy country and fame beyond... [Read more of this review]


How is saving lives of black children bad for African-American women? How is saving lives of black children bad for African-American women?

(Akiit.com) I understand that politicians in general, and godless neo-Leninist liberals specifically, are dishonest, conscienceless and will say and do anything to get elected and stay elected. They would sell their souls to remain in office, and the overwhelming majority has done just that. As a whole, politicians are the worse America has to offer, exceeded only the media and the whorish so-called... [Read more of this review]


Joe Biden is the economy’s supply chain problem. Joe Biden is the economy’s supply chain problem.

(Akiit.com) Joe Biden has become America’s “it’s not my fault” president. Whether it’s the inflation, the border, the crime, the gas prices, the Afghanistan exit fiasco or the stock market collapse, Biden has become an expert at pointing the finger at someone else. His presidency so far reminds me of the famous campaign slogan of then-New York Mayor David Dinkins, who... [Read more of this review]


Facing the Challenges of Life. Facing the Challenges of Life.

(Akiit.com) “The only people with no problems that we know of are in the cemetery.” Junious Ricardo Stanton             Life is such that we are faced with a myriad of situations, circumstances and challenges every day. Problems and adversity are part of the human condition. They are unavoidable; we all have them, have had them or will have them. The solution is not to avoid challenges,... [Read more of this review]


Justice Clarence Thomas and Rep. Steve Scalise After the Pandemic. Justice Clarence Thomas and Rep. Steve Scalise After the Pandemic.

(Akiit.com) Some years ago, as the pandemic was making its first stirrings, I heard from assorted pundits across the fruited plane that America was going to be changed forever. We would never get back to pre-pandemic normalcy. We would be wearing masks unto eternity. We would be importuned to wash our hands every time we entered a public bathroom, perhaps even a private bathroom, possibly even when... [Read more of this review]


2022 Tribeca Film Festival; Black Life Goes Full Frame. 2022 Tribeca Film Festival; Black Life Goes Full Frame.

(Akiit.com) The Tribeca Film Festival is back on track. In 2022 it offered both theater screenings (June 8th – 19th)  and at-home TFF App-viewings too (up to June 26th). Festival premieres and parties were back in full swing, and images of Black life were everywhere. Feature films, documentaries, shorts, series… Aisha (***) For Aisha Osagie (Letitia Wright, Black Panther), a Nigerian immigrant... [Read more of this review]


It seems African-Americans miss Trump. It seems African-Americans miss Trump.

(Akiit.com) Someone recently asked if the “streets” miss Trump. In fact it was Doc Rich, a popular black YouTuber. He recently posted two reaction videos on this topic. Both were street interview videos, where the interviewers spoke with random black Americans. One, the aforementioned, “Do the streets miss Trump?” featured black comedian David Lucas. The other, entitled, “Black... [Read more of this review]


If Donald Trump Committed ‘Insurrection,’ Indict Him Already. If Donald Trump Committed ‘Insurrection,’ Indict Him Already.

(Akiit.com) OK, so indict him already. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on the Senate floor the first day of the televised Jan. 6 select committee hearings, said: “(Former President) Donald Trump was at the heart of a coordinated effort to overturn the 2020 elections, to overturn our constitutional order, and inflict permanent damage upon our democracy.” But Democratic committee member Rep.... [Read more of this review]


4th of July is Not a Holiday for African Americans to Celebrate. 4th of July is Not a Holiday for African Americans to Celebrate.

(Akiit.com) What is 4th of July for America? It is a day that white Americans who believed they are better than everyone else and constantly portrayed themselves as either victims or heroes celebrate their independence from the former British Empire. It is a federal holiday celebrating the declaration of independence and liberation of the American thirteen colonies that revolted against the harsh ruling... [Read more of this review]


Concerned Parents: Ask Your Children if They’ve Encountered a Drag Queen at School. Concerned Parents: Ask Your Children if They’ve Encountered a Drag Queen at School.

(Akiit.com) The world continues to change, and as a result, so do our social standards and norms. This change has been a part of the human experience and development since the dawn of creation. However, there are certain standards that have remained untouched, such as the protection of our children and the things they should and should not have access to. Among developed societies, it has been universally... [Read more of this review]


Joe Biden Falsely Accuses Donald Trump of His Own Greatest Offense. Joe Biden Falsely Accuses Donald Trump of His Own Greatest Offense.

(Akiit.com) As President Joe Biden was coming to the conclusion of his address at the AFL-CIO Convention on Tuesday, he made an inadvertently ironic observation. “We’re the most unique country in the world,” he said. “We’re organized on one notion. Every other country is organized based on ethnicity, religion, geography. But the United States is based on an idea, only... [Read more of this review]


Villanueva Must Go, But Will Things Really Change? Villanueva Must Go, But Will Things Really Change?

(Akiit.com) Every one of the half dozen challengers to L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said the same thing about him and the department. It must change and he must go. The problem with this is we have heard this refrain about the sheriff’s department countless times over the past decade. The call for massive, sweeping reforms and an overhaul began long before Villanueva took over. In each case,... [Read more of this review]


Broadway Veteran Fearlessly Confronts Music Industry Exploiters. Broadway Veteran Fearlessly Confronts Music Industry Exploiters.

(Akiit.com) Let’s begin by introducing Chapman Roberts. In a biographical sketch distributed in a Carnegie Hall celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy, he is described as a “Singer-actor–composer-vocal/choral arranger-conductor-musical supervisor-concert producer.” He is also a four-time Grammy Award recipient who has been successful in show business for over 50 years. During that... [Read more of this review]


Wells Fargo! The First Bank to Lend Money and Grants to White Slave Masters. Wells Fargo! The First Bank to Lend Money and Grants to White Slave Masters.

(Akiit.com) Wells Fargo Bank is one of the oldest and largest bank in the United State’s dating back over 170 years of doing banking business nationwide and internationally. Wells Fargo was funded by Henry Williams and Willam G. Fargo in March 18, 1852 in conjunction with many successful financial investors and realtor who had a background and heritage in the ownership of black slaves and indenture... [Read more of this review]


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