Wednesday, August 23, 2017

OUTRAGEOUS Racist Remarks in Carson's Hometown Newspaper

I never thought I'd see the day when a well established newspaper in Michigan would be so blatantly racist and offensive. In The Michigan Chronicle, the headline reads, "Shame of Detroit Ben Carson competes for House Negro of the Year Award".

As if that wasn't enough, the first paragraph is even more offensive than the headline:

Being appointed Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and being a House Negro are two different things. It now appears HUD Secretary Ben Carson is imminently qualified to be a House Negro, but remains as unqualified as ever to lead HUD.

I wonder if the Trump conservatives are going to just sit and take this, or are they going to go on a letter writing frenzy, subscription cancelling frenzy like they need to. Are they going to contact the justice department and report the hate speech and put them under investigation? Are they going to protest outside the Michigan Chronicle office? Write letters to their Senator, House Representative? Demand an apology on Carson's behalf?

Something needs to be done.

Or, will they be content to let the media rage, the irate minority gain ground because they are louder than we are?

There isn't more of them. They are just louder, and the Main Stream Media helps them.

If you want to read the article for yourself, click HERE!

Donald Trump in Phoenix, Arizona

For those of you who want to know what Donald Trump is really thinking, watch this speech.

Why is there a Shortage of Doctors?

Washington, D.C. - August 23, 2017 (The Ponder News) -- Representative Ruben J. Kihuen released the statement below following a press conference addressing the shortage of doctors in Nevada. The event highlighted H.R. 2267: Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act of 2017, which would expand the current cap on the number of Medicare-supported training slots for doctors, helping to grow a strong physician workforce and address the nation’s looming doctor shortage.

“The Affordable Care Act helped improve Nevada’s healthcare system, but we still rank among the worst states in the nation. Too often, hard working Nevadans are getting left behind when it comes to getting reliable and affordable health coverage. All of Nevada's 17 counties have been designated Health Professional Shortage Areas. New academic programs like those offered by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas medical school will help alleviate this doctor shortage long term. However, our graduates will still have a tough time finding a hospital in Nevada to complete their required training because of a lack of Medicare-supported residency training programs. Passing the Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act is the first step in addressing our doctor shortage crisis in Nevada by helping expand the number of residency slots for doctors. It is unacceptable for anyone to be forced to wait months to access vital healthcare services. I look forward to working with community stakeholders and my colleagues in Congress to help Nevadans finally get the care they deserve.”

Why is there a shortage of doctors?

Primary Care Physician Shortage Requires Bold Action