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“Power Moves and Political Positioning while Disregarding the Destitute” Featured on Global Grind

In Articles on October 31, 2013 at 2:11 pm
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“Our continuing and shameful inability to maintain focus on the working class of America ferments into the stench of social upheaval, racial tensions, economic instability, and geopolitical descent that we experience currently… an increasing amount of Americans have become mostly irrelevant 23 out of 24 months every two years.”

NEW YORK CITY (October 31, 2013) –  “…All are talking about economic matters, freedom, safety, and furthering the American Dream. Yet, no one is directly speaking to America’s forgotten – the growing poor in this nation – again. As long as this continues, nothing that we can do in foreign policy matters, the health care sector, and political theory that will truly make America as strong as we should be. With all of the talk…the focus of America’s leadership at key levels continues to sidestep the wealth of potential, talent, and moxie that resides in the depths of America’s poorest communities. The greatness of the American Dream for generations lay in our ability as a nation to raise up a generation of historic doctors, scientists, civil rights leaders, business innovators, and teachers from the seed of custodians, ditch-diggers, maids, railroad porters, and dishwashers.”

 

Lenny McAllister (the “Working Man’s Conservative”), Republican strategist and pundit, and former congressional candidate, posts his latest article on Global Grind (www.globalgrind.com)

 

Read the whole article “Power Moves and Political Positioning while Disregarding the Destitute” on the Global Grind website founded by mogul Russell Simmons and run by activist Michael Skolnik.

 

Also catch the October 31 version of “Get Right with Lenny McAllister”.  Hear “The McAllister Minute” on the American Urban Radio Network, as the nationally-syndicated commentary is aired on over 400 stations throughout the AURN network.

 

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