I listened to portions of the State of the Union, more so that I would not sound ignorant when asked about it by family and associates. Turns out, I missed nothing: the speech was predictable and filled with platitudes, promises and pontificating. The POTUS threatening to use veto power and executive privilege as well as
Posts by: Annette Daley
Originally posted at Annie’s View. I was saddened and frankly surprised to read Bishop Sisk’s letter on Facebook. The letter disappeared and reappeared shortly thereafter, along with the accompanying comments. It would appear that Bishop Sisk is bowing to public opinion and caving in and is no longer allowing OWS supporters to utilize their facilities
As a woman of color, I would have been thrilled to see yet another black President in the White House, and yet, something about Mr. Cain appeared unsettling from the beginning. His statements about poor people and how they are responsible for their misfortune did not sit well with me.
As you may recall, I work as a marketing consultant in the downtown area of the Financial District. As such, on occasion, I am called upon to attend health fairs at various businesses in the Wall Street area. This week, I happened to be in the Trump Tower around its wealth, opulence and grandeur. I