See and Stites Sentenced To A Combined 286 Years behind Bars.

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 31st, 2019

Hamilton County Judge Patrick Dinkelacker

On Monday, March 25th, 2019 after a week-long jury trial before Hamilton County Judge Patrick Dinkelacker, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters in his commentary on the sentencing of convicted rapists Herman See and Angela Stites; Deters said, See and Stites were convicted for raping their 3 minor female children.  Continue reading “See and Stites Sentenced To A Combined 286 Years behind Bars.”

New Trial Date Set for Wendell Young

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 7th, 2019

New Trial Date Set for Wendell Young

According to court records on Thursday March 7th, 2019 The City of Cincinnati taxpayers shall be held responsible for the sum of $101,000 to settle a lawsuit over secret text messages and emails exchanged by five members of city council who are in violation of Ohio’s Open Meetings Act. Continue reading “New Trial Date Set for Wendell Young”

John Kasich on MSNBC Breaking News/Hardball

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – January 12th, 2019

 John Kasich Ohio Former Governor

Since the 2016 U. S. Presidential Election Ohio former Governor John Kasich who made an unsuccessful bid for the office of the President of the United State has managed to maintained positive images of himself in the news. Kasich has issues relative to the direction the United State is going. These issues have caused many to asked Kasich if he planning for a second for the White House. Continue reading “John Kasich on MSNBC Breaking News/Hardball”

Sad tale of the attempted Democrat takeover of the Cincinnati NAACP

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2014

Sad tale of the attempted Democrat takeover of the Cincinnati NAACP

As our loyal readers know, for the past seven years, COAST and the Cincinnati branch of the NAACP have partnered on issue after issue to effectuate progress for the working men and women of Cincinnati:

  1. Opposing a new jail tax,
  2. killing Red Light and Speeding Cameras,
  3. ending the trash tax,
  4. stopping the glass atrium atop City Hall, and
  5. in a dramatic 2013 crescendo, with a law suit and a referendum petition drive, stopping Mayor Mallory’s Parking Plot.
  6. We also shined the light of truth that still is bright today on the Cincinnati Streetcar boondoggle, with two separate ballot issues.

But in order to advance these important initiatives, the Cincinnati branch of the NAACP necessarily had to be independent from the national democrat establishment of labor unions, left-wing politicians and contractors-on-the-dole propped up by their excessive spending.  It is a mighty fortress spewing out irrational policies in city after city in America, a lock on urban politics that is tough to break, but break it indeed we have done, led by Christopher Smitherman and the Cincinnati branch of the NAACP.

But the Empire Strikes Back.  The democrat party, the national NAACP, and organized labor have simply decided to end free thought in the local NAACP branch.

Let’s connect the dots of seemingly unrelated matters in the news that have culminated in the vote suppression emanating from the national NAACP seeking to change the outcome of the local leadership election:

  • In a remarkable break from policies of local liberals, in early 2012 Christopher Smitherman bravely opposed City funding to Mahogany’s Restaurant.  The restaurant grant and loan was a rally cry for misled liberals and was foisted against public opinion by Mayor Mallory.  As it played out, it was a shameless waste of City monies that drove Mahogany’s owners into financial distress.  This was the straw that broke the establishment’s back and they declared war on the current NAACP leadership.
  • In opposing the Streetcar project, Smitherman and the NAACP awakened the giant of contractor Parsons Brinckerhoff and the dozens of other hangers-on who profit from capital boondoggles, the benefits to the public be damned.
  • In the 2013 election, labor union thugs spent more than $200,000 secretly and illegally seeking directly the defeat of Christopher Smitherman, with ads and mailers primarily targeting the black community.  It did not work.
  • The same hucksters opposing Smitherman have rallied around the criminal conduct of Judge Tracie Hunter and used the trial as a cry for organizing against the leadership of the local branch of the NAACP.
  • Then, two of the boosters of union leadership seeking to take over the Cincinnati branch of the NAACP, Rob Richardson’s employee and sister-in-law, falsely accused new NAACP President Ishton Morton of criminal assault at the January NAACP meeting.  This week, after a four-day trial, Judge Heather Russell found Ishton Morton “not guilty,” further exposing the lies perpetrated by forces seeking to control the local chapter of the NAACP.
  • Finally, facing another certain defeat in the 2014 NAACP leadership elections, the national organization cancelled properly-called elections and has engaged in shameless vote suppression activities to manipulate the election to assure the union thugs take over NAACP leadership.  Judge Martin has enjoined their bogus “election,” and has demanded a fair election for control of the local.

These actions are all aimed at undermining and disempowering those who would challenge liberal orthodoxy within the democrat establishment, and specifically to re-take leadership of the local branch of the NAACP for the establishment democrat party and its allies.

We are certain that the final chapter in this sorry tale has not been told.  Local blacks are being to told to end their independent thoughts and actions, with a strong corrective yank on the tight leash upon them from the national liberal establishment.

We pray they maintain their independence, and refuse to allow anyone to tell them how to think.

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”

Increased Neighborhood Roadside’s Memorials

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – February 18th, 2016

Roadside memorial markers that commemorates site where person(s) died suddenly as results of violent crimes or murders are completely unacceptable.

Increased Neighborhoods Roadside’s Memorials

Seemingly, signs like these are becoming as popular as grave site headstone and are increasing at an alarming rate in our neighborhoods.

Subsequently, these types of roadside or street memorial marks the last place on earth where a person was alive. Under these circumstances these roadside or street memorials are statement of grief and  love from the loved ones of the murdered victim(s). Continue reading “Increased Neighborhood Roadside’s Memorials”

COMMENTARY

St. Kitts and Nevis has nothing to show for the frequent overseas travels of PM Harris and ministers, says MP Liburd

wp-147BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS – Where is the EC$700 million left in the Treasury when the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party left office? How much money has Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Timothy Harris, who has been out of the country almost every week, spent on travelling?  Continue reading “COMMENTARY”

Telephone Companies are Running out of Numbers

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 23rd, 2016

Telephone Key-Pad Showing Numbers 0 to 9
Telephone Key-Pad Showing Numbers 0 to 9

Although we were taught that our number system can extend into infinity may it be positive of negative. However, our number system is consisted of  ten (10) main number starting with zero (0) through nine (9) and thereafter every other number or any combination thereof are repeats of the first ten (10) numbers. For example, take the number ten (10) which is a combination of  one (1) and zero (0) eleven (11) becomes a repeat of (1) one and (1) one. These processes shall repeated to create the desired number combination. Continue reading “Telephone Companies are Running out of Numbers”

Community Demanding Deters Retry Case

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – November 14th, 2016

Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan speaks at the Hamilton County Courthouse for the start of jury selection in the murder case against Ray Tensing, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016, in Cincinnati. The former University of Cincinnati police officer is charged with murder in the shooting death of Sam DuBose. (Carrie Cochran//The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, Pool)
Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan speaks at the Hamilton County Courthouse. 

Subsequently, to Saturday, November 12th, 2016 Hamilton County Judge’s declaration  of a mistrial in Raymond Tensing trial many are asking; why were there no African-American men on the jury for the trial of a white ex-police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man? Continue reading “Community Demanding Deters Retry Case”

Post-Election Disinfectant — November 2016

Articles | Posted by Jim Clingman November 7th, 2016

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

By the time you read this I trust you will have wiped away the slime and the grunge, regurgitated a few times, taken a good bath or shower, relentlessly scrubbed the stench from your bodies, and maybe even found it necessary to delouse.

The dirty, filthy, hateful, distasteful, embarrassing, vile, toxic, grimy, polluted campaign we all witnessed is likely the worst in the history of electing a President. Continue reading “Post-Election Disinfectant — November 2016”