Adam B. Coleman is the author of “Black Victim To Black Victor” and founder of Wrong Speak Publishing he has this column in today’s NY Post: There’s no greater dream than the American Dream — and anyone can attain it. In it he says: “I explained to my son that the American Dream isn’t given — it’s earned. To make the dream reality, you must work hard and persevere through the trials of life along the way; sometimes to find this dream, you must deal with unforeseen nightmares.” So, my question is simple, why is it that the main stream media do not put him on the same pedestal that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are on?
New York Moves to Bolster Abortion Access, Strengthen ‘Affirmative Action’. Governor Kathy Hochul showed she has more chutzpah than Cuomo, Paterson and Spitzer put together when she added this bill to the Special Session of June 30. It wasn’t enough that she called Legislators back just 7 days after SCOTUS overturned New York’s concealed carry law, in order to pass legislation that would limit the ability to obtain an open carry law…only enough time to have a knee-jerk reaction to the decision by SCOTUS, she had to add an “equal rights” proposal to change the New York Constitution, with little to no time to truly discuss and debate the issue. Unfortunately, the legislators fell for Hochul’s power grab, why wouldn’t they, and passed it with 14 republicans voting for it. Sad commentary on those who hold the title of public servant, who were not elected to shove legislation through with out the public having a say. Fortunately, this is a proposed Constitutional Amendment and has to be passed by a separately elected legislature (All are up for election this year, so it has to pass in 2023,) and if it does, the voting public will have the final say. New push to put abortion in New York’s constitution after Roe v. Wade overturn. Learn all you can about this bill.