Financial Tip Friday: Easy Emergency Plan for Staying Afloat

On Thursday, the partial government shutdown set a new record, 34 days, as the impasse over President Donald Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion for a border wall continues. Unless you have a healthy emergency rainy-day fund, the choices you make to pay your bills now may have long term repercussions.  Here are a few tips that … More Financial Tip Friday: Easy Emergency Plan for Staying Afloat

Civil Rights Leaders Day Gardner and Evangelist Alveda King Address #CovingtonBoys Controversy

The following statements are made by Day Gardner, President of National Black Pro-Life Union and Evangelist Alveda King: Day Gardner: Is this where we are right now? Has it really come down to what hat you happen to be wearing on any given day to determination if you are racist or not? Recently, a group of … More Civil Rights Leaders Day Gardner and Evangelist Alveda King Address #CovingtonBoys Controversy

Food Assistance Payments Were Issued But They Have To Last Until March

Food stamp payments will come in early for the month of February due to the government shutdown, state officials announced. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for the month of February will be disbursed on Jan. 20, instead of late February. No additional deposits will be made in February. That means recipients won’t see another … More Food Assistance Payments Were Issued But They Have To Last Until March

4 Things You Need To Know About Today’s News

Here is a snapshot of the most important stories of the day.   Senator Rubio Met Alex Jones Head On  Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and InfoWars host Alex Jones clashed Wednesday outside a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, with Rubio threatening to take care of Jones after the Infowars host touched his shoulder. For nearly five … More 4 Things You Need To Know About Today’s News

3 Great Lessons From Senator John McCain’s Life

This week we said goodbye to a hero. You don’t have to agree with everything that he stood for politically. You do have to honor his service. The service that came with honor and the constant reminder that country comes first. The lessons and legacy he lives behind are clear. #1 Country Matters and Life … More 3 Great Lessons From Senator John McCain’s Life

VA Employees File Grievance Against Veterans Affairs Over Administration’s Executive Order

In a move to protect the best care and services for veterans, the working people of the Department of Veterans Affairs filed a national grievance against the agency and the Trump Administration yesterday. The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents more than 260,000 VA workers, is seeking a status quo ante remedy which would … More VA Employees File Grievance Against Veterans Affairs Over Administration’s Executive Order

Teamsters Triumph In Bid To Reverse Executive Orders That Targeted Federal Public Employees

The U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Columbia, Ketanji Brown Jackson has delivered a significant victory to the Teamsters and several other unions that filed suit challenging three Executive Orders issued by the president on May 25, 2018. Brown determined that the presidential actions were an “illegitimate attempt” to remove negotiable matters off … More Teamsters Triumph In Bid To Reverse Executive Orders That Targeted Federal Public Employees