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From 1997 to 2008, he was a writer and editor for The Washington Times. In March 2008, he launched his individual blog, The Other McCain. The original Blogspot site recorded more than 1 million total visits in its first year of full-time operation and eclipsed the 3-million visit mark in November 2009. He was joined by co-blogger Smitty in March 2009. On Jan. 1, 2010, the site debuted in a new WordPress format. In November 2010, the site reached the 5-million-visit milestone.
McCain’s original reporting has included coverage of the 2012 presidential election campaign, the controversy surrounding the Kaitlyn Hunt sex-crime case, and the pattern of harassment against enemies of bomber-turned-progressive activist Brett Kimberlin.
A native of Atlanta and graduate of Jacksonville (Ala.) State University, McCain was awarded the George Washington Medal by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in 1996 for his series of columns in the Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune about the National Standards for U.S. History. He and his wife have six children.
Sonnie Johnson was born in Richmond Virginia to a mother who was incapable of caring for a baby because she was addicted to crack cocaine. So Sonnie was raised in the projects of South Side Richmond by an uncle’s girlfriend, Suzie. While growing up, Suzie instilled in Sonnie the importance of hard work, a good education and the necessity of faith.
She was shocked to find that her unique blend of culture, religion, economics, hip hop and politics resonated with Tea Party audiences, in fact they couldn’t get enough of it. Sonnie soon found herself traveling the country making speeches in cities and small towns. Her star continued to rise and in 2012 when at the insistence of the late Andrew Breitbart, Sonnie spoke on the main stage at CPAC.
Today hers is one of the most sought after voices on the right. She’s still traveling the country speaking to grass roots groups and is now a contributor at Breitbart.com, a frequent guest on Fox News’ Red Eye, and a community organizer for the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
Actor Denzel Washington spoke to the graduating class of New Orleans’ Dillard University and imparted some very important words of wisdom – but it all starts with putting God first. “Number one: Put God first. Put God first in every thing you do. Everything that you think you see in me, everything that I have accomplished, everything that you think I have, and I have a few things, everything that I have is by the grace of God,” Wow so refreshing to hear a seasoned hollywood actor give tribute to the source of his success! We will look at this and other pressing issues tonight on the Urban Prophet.
Check out tomorrow's interview with Isaiah Washington hosted by Ms. Lawrence the founder of Exposure Magazine and Celebrity Publicist
By Isaiah Washington
Actor and activist Isaiah Washington writes about the Baltimore uprising, his film ‘Blackbird,’ and the issues he finds most troubling with society’s stance on race.
The world associates the word black with bad.
The synonym for white is “good,” while the synonym for black is “bad.”
That is why I say I’m done being black. I’m African American. I have a proud heritage and proud ancestry—not unlike Chinese, Irish, El Salvadorian, English—and that’s not getting promoted. It hurts.
At first look, you may not see the connection between the three pieces of content I want to share with you below: an interview about the Baltimore uprising and Black Lives Matter, the marketing campaign behind my pro-LGBT film Blackbird, and a masterfully crafted op-ed by a black lesbian by the name of Danielle Moodie-Mills.
Read more http://exposure-magazine.com/isaiah-washington-coming-to-exposure-magazines-june-issue-the-address/
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