Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Why is this in our food??


What does this cleaner do for us? Better yet why is the FDA allowing this in our Food??

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

What the F* are these lawmakers thinking

Roll Call (@rollcall)
Lawmakers Look to Penis Pumps to Offset Bill For Disabled

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

NAACP News Conference concerning the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision


November 24, 2014

Contact: Tom Wolf, NC NAACP - or 504-940-4441

North Carolina NAACP to Hold News Conference Tomorrow

To Discuss Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

DURHAM, NC: The North Carolina NAACP will hold a news conference
tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. at its office in Durham, where Rev. Dr. William
J. Barber, II, who has traveled to Ferguson and met with members of
the community there, will discuss the Grand Jury's decision in the
case in Ferguson, Missouri.

WHO: The North Carolina NAACP
WHAT: News Conference to Discuss Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
WHEN: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 25th
WHERE: 114 W. Parrish St. Durham, NC 3rd Floor


Thursday, November 20, 2014

Whats wrong in the picture??

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Equal pay for equal work. Tillis doesn't think so

NCBlondes (@NCBlondes)
#EqualPay for equal work isn't a campaign gimmick or regulatory overreach. It's what women & families deserve: #ncsen

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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Appeals Court Overturns District Court Ruling, on Key Parts of North Carolina Voter Suppression Law


October 1, 2014 

CONTACT: Cynthia Gordy, 718-755-4340


Appeals Court Overturns District Court Ruling, 

Calls for Preliminary Injunction on Key Parts of North Carolina Voter Suppression Law

A Statement from Advancement Project

WASHINGTON - The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals today overturned a district court's decision to deny a preliminary injunction of key parts of North Carolina's H.B. 589, a massive voter suppression law. The three-judge panel, with one judge dissenting, ruled in favor of the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, the League of Women Voters and other plaintiffs who sought to block certain provisions of the law from being effect for the upcoming November elections. The court ordered an immediate preliminary injunction to block two provisions - the elimination of same-day registration and the prohibition of out-of-precinct ballots from being counted - from taking effect in November's election. Advancement Project, which represents the NC NAACP with co-counsel Kirkland & Ellis LLP, as well as North Carolina lawyers Adam Stein and Irving Joyner, issued the following statement in response to the decision:

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