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Re-elected Black politicians do little for other Blacks

Re-elected Black politicians do little for other Blacks

Again this year, African-Americans placed higher priorities on participation in politics than the pursuit of capitalistic and business development initiatives to improve their economic conditions. In 2012, Blacks continued to display dysfunctional political behavior. Instead of seeking and supporting candidates and platforms to improve the financial status and wealth-building through private and public sector programs, […]

Typical American household has only $100 after monthly expenses

Typical American household has only $100 after monthly expenses

According to findings from the Center for Responsible Lending’s newest report, “The State of Lending in America and Its Impact on US Households (State of Lending),” the typical household has just $100 left each month after paying for basic expenses and debt payments. After controlling for inflation, the typical household had less annual income at […]

It’s time to legalize all drugs

It’s time to legalize all drugs

The old British Empire was the founder and leader of the drug trade. This government saw the drug trade, particularly Opium, as a good means to increase its treasury and promote the overall economy to benefit its citizens with jobs and industry. The English would grow and cultivate the opium crops in India and then […]

No reason to celebrate S.C. first Black U.S. senator

No reason to celebrate S.C. first Black U.S. senator

The polite side of me congratulates Tim Scott on being named senator for the state of South Carolina.  Alright, now that we have that out of the way, let’s get down to business. The appointment of Scott was a move that reminded me of the Republican choice to head the Republican National Committee – Michael […]

B-CU ROUNDUP

B-CU ROUNDUP

Youngstown State too much for Wildcat BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Cold shooting, missed free throws and not rebounding doomed Bethune-Cookman University last week in a 67-51 loss to Youngstown State University. Youngstown State (7-5) dominated the boards. The Penguins outrebounded the Wildcats 50-32 including holding a 31-11 advantage in the category at halftime. “We […]

VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REVIEW

VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REVIEW

Holiday hoops tournaments highlight prep sports action BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Tyler Jenkins had 24 points to lead Halifax Academy past Warner Christian Academy 64-55 in the championship game of the inaugural Halifax Invitational Tournament at Hinson Middle School in Daytona Beach. Travis Walker added 15 points and LaShawn Wilder 13 for the Knights […]

School Board race now down to Wright, Williams

School Board race now down to Wright, Williams

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Ida Duncan Wright, a Bethune-Cookman University instructor, is hoping that with the return of college students in January and the end of the holiday season, she will be able to defeat Kathy Williams, retired educator and widow of incumbent School Board member Al Williams for his school board seat. The […]

Not enough money to secure all schools

Not enough money to secure all schools

Budget woes cited by Volusia sheriff’s  office; elementary principal says officers would ease kids’ anxiety BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES There are no school resource officers at any of Volusia County’s elementary schools due to budgetary constraints. At least one area elementary school principal is calling for beefing up security at all schools in the […]

Carter’s annual holiday feast in 14th year

Carter’s annual holiday feast in 14th year

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES The Vince Carter’s Embassy of Hope Foundation will distribute bunches of greens, boxes of food and warm Christmas wishes for 90 families this week. The foundation will hold its 14th annual holiday food basket distribution for previously identified families Friday at 9 a.m., Dec. 21, in front of the Vince […]

‘Kids got in my heart’

‘Kids got in my heart’

Fred Morrell retiring from city but will keep on coaching BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Fred Morrell has been coaching others ever since he was a teenager. Thirty-five years ago, he came upon a job that would allow him to be paid for what he enjoyed doing the most – working with and coaching children. […]