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Why is Harry Reid really retiring?

  In my post about Harry Reid’s announcement that he was going to retire and would not be running for reelection in 2016 I speculated that this might be due to the recent Department of Homeland Security Inspector General report which was released two days before the Senator from Nevada announced his decision. 509 more words

Politics

CASTING OPPORTUNITY: Shondra Rhimes/ABC pilot "The Catch"

(www.BlacksinHollywood.com) – Shondra Rhimes has been called, “TV’s Savior” for creating shows like “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “How to Get Away with Murder” but now she’s back with a hot new pilot that has industry heads talking. 109 more words

Blacks In Hollywood

Stop Being Indecisive and Start Being An Adult: Dating Amongst Generation Y/New Millennials

Every post that comes across my news feed on Facebook is something that’s empowering young 20-somethings dealing with areas that we are all too familiar with: finance, careers, friendships, and the favorite of them all–relationships. 1,281 more words

Social And Lifestyle

Rick Godwin

First, let’s take a look at the scriptural description of an Apostle and Shepherd…

1 Cor 4
“God has exhibited us apostles last of all, as men condemned to death; because we have become a spectacle to the world, both to angels and to men. 1,419 more words

Loving Each Other [ABC's Scandal] Do we have to be martyrs?

Just watched the most recent issue of “Scandal” and i must say that the words spoken among or about Cyrus and his fiancee are like words I’ve written before.   93 more words

Gay Marriage

Kerry Washington Live Tweeted “Scandal” While She Was In Labor

Fans of the hit ABC show “Scandal” are affectionately referred to as “gladiators” in reference to lead character Olivia Pope’s tough mentality no matter the situation. 158 more words

Entertainment

Vindication

By Mary Anna Violi | @Mary Anna Violi

A blue dress. A jaunty beret. A predatory President. A starry-eyed White House intern.

Remember? The twenty-four-year-old women’s pictures appeared in newspapers, in tabloids, and on our television screens. 341 more words