Nevis Education Minister Launches Child Month 2016

Hon. Vance Amory, Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration (file photo)

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (May 31, 2016) — The following is an address delivered by Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Vance Amory, on May 31, 2016, to launch Child Month 2016. The month commences on June 01, 2016. Continue reading “Nevis Education Minister Launches Child Month 2016”

Cincinnati Police and Fire Department(s) Responded to Crime Scene

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – April 7th, 2017

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced indictment(s) of Cornell Beckley

Coping with the loss of loved-one is one of life’s biggest challenges. However in cases where a parent must cope with the loss of a loved-one to ridiculous murders such as occurred  on Sunday, March 26th shooting at Cameo Nightclub is probably exceedingly painful beyond  compare.   Continue reading “Cincinnati Police and Fire Department(s) Responded to Crime Scene”

No Compassion for Donald Harvey

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 31st, 2017

No Compassion for Donald Harvey

Donald Harvey was born in Hamilton, Ohio, just outside the City of Cincinnati, on April 15th, 1952. A short time later, his family relocated to the tiny Appalachia, town Booneville, Kentucky. It was said that he grew up in a poor family and dropped out of school in ninth grade.. A question I’ve always asked with just a ninth grade education; how was he able to get that job?   Continue reading “No Compassion for Donald Harvey”

Addressing and Combating the Insecurity of Food Deserts

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 28th, 2017

Oscar Bedolla, Director of Cincinnati’s Economic Development Program.

Although Oscar Bedolla, Director of Cincinnati’s Economic Development have said; “We have created a policy that will support community-orientated grocery retailers to open in new neighborhoods and ensure the city provides the right amount of assistance to overcome barriers in food desert communities.”

Studies show that certain racial groups are disproportionately affected by obesity. These problems may be worse in some U.S. communities because access to affordable and nutritious food is difficult.
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Blackonomics!

Do Black organizations really have our backs?
“Nonstop Aiding and Abetting in Corrupt Practices”
Written By: James Clingman
03/18/2016

James Clingman is the nation’s most prolific writer on economic empowerment for Black people

While Black people are bogged down in shallow and meaningless political discourse, our vaunted Black organizations continue to be M.I.A. except for their time in front of the cameras with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. They say they cannot endorse candidates, but we all know that’s a sham. 

In an article written by Freddie Allen, of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, Marc Morial said the nine Black organizations that met with the candidates wanted to “provide to every candidate who is running for president of the United States, be they Republican or Democrat, the opportunity to hear from us on issues of civil rights, social justice, and economic justice in America, today.”  Any real demands made on our behalf? Continue reading “Blackonomics!”

Do not Cut Taxes for the Super Rich

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 28th, 2017

The 114th Congressional Black Caucus Officers has issued its solutions to advance Black Families in the 21st century.

The 114th Congressional Black Caucus Officers has issued its solutions to advance Black Families in the 21st century. They have introduced it by calling it “WE HAVE A LOT TO LOSE. They have viewed tax cuts as a process for the super rich to get richer. In their lamentation(s) they are saying the leadership; “Do not Cut Taxes for the Super Rich!” Continue reading “Do not Cut Taxes for the Super Rich”

Horror, Terror Inside A Cincinnati Nightclub

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 27th, 2017

Cincinnati Police Chief Isaac

According to a Cincinnati Police Officer gunmen fire shots inside Cincinnati nightclub, killing 1 one Black male and injured (16) sixteen.

Reportedly, early Sunday morning March 26th, 2017  gunfire erupted inside Cameo a Cincinnati nightclub. Accordingly, the Cameo nightclub in Cincinnati was filled with at least a couple hundred patrons when a rapid succession of gunfire sparked chaos inside. Continue reading “Horror, Terror Inside A Cincinnati Nightclub”

Felony Charges Against Adam Jones Has Been Dismissed

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 22nd, 2017

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

This is certainly good news for Mr. Jones. On Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 at the request of Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters one felony charge, Harassment with a Bodily Substance (Felony 5), pending against Adam Jones has been dismissed. Continue reading “Felony Charges Against Adam Jones Has Been Dismissed”

St. Kitts-Nevis listed as shipment point for illicit narcotics from Venezuela to North America, Europe and the Caribbean

LOCAL NEWS

Published by: Contributing Editor 

The 2016 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, March 22nd 2017 – The United States Department of State has listed St. Kitts and Nevis among the Eastern Caribbean states, that host abundant trans-shipment points for illicit narcotics primarily from Venezuela destined for North American, European and domestic Caribbean markets.
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No Charges Against officers Involved In Shooting

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 21st, 2017

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced that there will be no charges filed against the officers involved in Sunday March 12th, 2017 shooting at 2651 Gilbert Avenue in Walnut Hills. However, Damion McRae is indicted. Continue reading “No Charges Against officers Involved In Shooting”