Friday, March 11, 2011

The Right Negros; Elitist Politicians; MPS New Headquarters, Mortenson Construction and Steel from China – Saturday’s radio program ON POINT!

Join long-time civil rights activist, blogger, and columnist for the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder Ronald A. Edwards and co-host Donald W.R. Allen, II – Editor in Chief of the Independent Business News Network and USA Radical Black for a special 90-minute program to  address some political issues in the Twin Cities that might lead to a recall of two Democratic-Minneapolis State Representatives.
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On Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 4 p.m.,(CST), the Ron and Don show will discuss the recent events that have a planning committee “selecting” who gets to address Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton at a community meeting. The snobbish, elitist politicians who are organizing this “community meeting” risk a recall from constituents in 58B and 61B, some of the poorest people in the United States.

State Representatives Bobby Joe Champion (58B) and Jeff Hayden (61B) have decided that community members are not good enough to speak with Mr. Dayton in an open community forum. The duo has developed a list of the ‘Right Negros’ to speak at the forum. The line between public servants and event planners has been mucked up.

ON POINT will also cover Thursday’s (3/10) Minneapolis Public Schools Oversight Committee for the new district headquarters. The community of Minneapolis was invited to give input about participation; outreach; diversity; and equity.  The only problem, the emails about the meeting were only sent out to the press. Parents, Educators, and administrators had no idea this meeting was being held. Only three private citizens showed up.

ON POINT will also have breaking news on global current events. ON POINT is a live call-in show, we invite listeners to call in and participate by dialing our toll-free number at (877) 572-4288.
Tune in Saturday at 4 p.m. (CST) to ON POINT!

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