2) In 1952, Dad was among the first handful of blacks to become Baltimore City firefighters. In spite of humiliating racist working conditions, Dad won “Firefighter of the Year” two times. He was Baltimore’s first black paramedic and first black Fire Department Chaplin.
3) Practically every room in Dad’s home features pictures of Jesus and civil rights icons; MLK, Malcolm X, Fredrick Douglas and numerous portraits of Obama. No matter how hard I tried to explain to Dad that Obama put implementing leftists’ agenda above helping blacks, Dad loves
Across our proud nation this #MemorialDay2018 , we remember the men and women of our Armed Forces who made the greatest sacrifice imaginable. Whether on the battlefield of Antietam, the beaches of Normandy or in the mountains of Afghanistan, we pay honor to their immense courage.
I remember the sacrifices of my fellow citizens from MD like those of Specialist Tocarra Green during this time. She was the 1st woman from MD to die in the Iraq War. I remember Sergeant Erick M. Houck, a Baltimore native like me, who died in Afghanistan just last year.
They and those like them deserve every honor we can bestow. As we consider the cost of our freedom, let us also remember the families of our fallen, our Gold Star families. We recognize the tremendous loss to these great American families and admire their patriotism.
1.) NY AG Schneiderman resigns following accusations of sexual abuse.
2.) Shortly after, the sealed federal indictment from NY involving Weiner's laptop with the "Life Insurance" file is unsealed. #ThursdayThoughts #MAGA#MemorialDay2018
3.) Today, it is reported that Weinstein will turn himself in to the NYPD for his sexual abuse charges.
4.) And the FBI releases redacted docs about the convicted pedophile and Clinton crony, Jeffrey Epstein, dealing with the time that Mueller was the FBI director. #QAnon