Despite America’s painful past, our great nation is experiencing a modern era of small business proliferation that is emerging under a renewed birth of economic freedom in the Trump administration. In various federal agencies, contemporary leaders are paving the way for all people to fulfill their dreams regardless of race and ethnicity to include people of color. One government official is uniquely positioned to help business owners pursue the American Dream. Ashley D. Bell is a regional administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), appointed by the Trump administration on Feb. 21. He advocates for nearly 7 million small businesses in the Southeast Region, spanning over eight states. Bell was honored with the Drum Major for Justice Award from the Perry County Civic League (PCCL). The prestigious award was presented to Bell by PCCL president Albert Turner at the historic Marion Baptist Academy located in Marion, Alabama, earlier this month. The award … [Read more...] about Black Trump Administration Official Honored with Drum Major for Justice Award
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By Andrew Chung and Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday said it will seek immediate Supreme Court review in a bid to implement its contentious plan to ask people taking part in the 2020 national census whether they are U.S. citizens after a judge blocked it. The Justice Department said in a court filing in a related case currently before the justices that it would like the Supreme Court to rule on the census matter by the end of the court's current term in June. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan ruled on Jan. 15 that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who oversees the census, concealed the true motives for his "arbitrary and capricious" decision to add the question in violation of federal law. By seeking high court review before giving a lower appeals court time to consider the case, the administration put its faith in the conservative-majority high court to hear and decide the matter in the coming months, as time is … [Read more...] about Trump administration to ask Supreme Court to decide census dispute
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President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday night to discuss border security. Betting website Bookmaker.eu had people place wagers on how many times Trump would lie during the speech, using The Washington Post's Fact Checker as the judge. By the end of the speech, The Post's fact checkers had corrected six of Trump's statements. Because the gambling site had so many people betting that Trump would tell more than 3.5 lies, it will have to pay out $276,424, odds consultant John Lester told Buzzfeed News. People who correctly bet that President Donald Trump would tell more than 3.5 lies during his Oval Office address on Tuesday night will win part of a jackpot totaling $276,424, Buzzfeed News reports.Betting website Bookmaker.eu offered users the chance to gamble on how many lies Trump would tell during his speech. The site used The Washington Post's fact-checking live blog as the judge on the president's truthfulness.According to The … [Read more...] about People who bet on how many lies Trump would tell during Oval Office address won more than $270,000
A 55-year-old man was found dead in the West Hollywood apartment of Democratic donor Ed Buck on Monday. In 2017, a dead escort, Gemmel Moore, was discovered in Buck’s apartment. He was said to have died of a methamphetamine overdose. Activists say Buck avoided prosecution because he was politically connected, and renewed outrage has sprung up around the two incidents. Monday evening, a rally calling for his arrest occurred outside of Buck’s apartment. A review of political donations shows that Buck contributed to nearly every member of West Hollywood’s city council, as well as the Los Angeles District Attorney and numerous state-level politicians. A man was found dead at major California Democratic donor Ed Buck’s West Hollywood apartment Monday in a what his lawyer is calling an accidental drug overdose. That story alone could provoke suspicion, but this isn’t the first time it’s happened, setting off alarm bells for enraged … [Read more...] about After second man died in the apartment of a major California Democratic political donor, renewed scrutiny falls on political donations and the death of an escort