Your Tax Dollars At Work



It’s that time of the year again. They say two things are guaranteed in life; death and taxes. Your taxes once payed for worthwhile stuff but nowadays go towards Shaniqua and Maria’s ghetto brood. Your neighborhood is also destroyed with section 8 housing payed for by none other than YOU. Taxes also pay for your children’s MLK brainwashing. Kids today can’t get jobs, write well, do arithmetic, or even grasp history but they sure can tell you about “racism”.

If that wasn’t bad enough the shysters in the financial industry are also enjoying cream and caviar at your expense. Your money also pays for 500 pound smart bombs and…

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Written By Samantha L. Cooper, M.Ed.


As an artist in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida the connections one makes are a lifeline. In South Florida the grass roots efforts make a difference in ones success. Ed Burnette is part of a board that provides those clear go to points that allows an artist access and awareness to events. As the Executive Director on MASS District Board he along with board members help merge community beautification through art awareness. Not only is he an advocate of the arts but an active participant. On September 26th at 6 pm during Mass District Art-walk he will be hosting his first solo show called “Amor” Click here for event details.  Join me on my one on one Q & A style interview with Ed Burnette. 


SAMM COOPER: Why should people in Broward support the arts now more than ever?

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Conservatism in a Nutshell: The Purpose of Government

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