Donald Trump held a rally in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday, June 15 2016, and of course the typical crazies came out to protest him. Unfortunately for one of his protesters, who was wearing not only a black lives matter t-shirt, but also a LGBT button, a group of high school aged kids, including a 16 year old black male, were present to shut down their foolishness via a debate of epic proportions. Every point and counter point that the Trump protesters in this video made was wrecked into oblivion by these kids, who were actually debating full grown adults that appeared to be in their 40s and above.
The beauty of this debate is in the way it illustrates the chasm between blacks with a brain and blacks that are complete morons. The black LIES matter supporter in this video was a complete moron, but the 16 year old black kid and his high school aged friends were not. In one of the sadder, but hilarious, moments of the video, the black lies matter supporter thought that Donald Trump’s wife was illegal simply because she “was from Europe.” Maybe he doesn’t know the difference between legal immigration and illegal immigration?
Liberals and liberal media would have the whole country believe that all blacks are morons that require the assistance of whites to complete any mundane task. This video wrecks that whole ideology. It also shows how much disdain African Americans have for other blacks who can’t get it together and are willfully ignorant.
In a day and age of safe space liberal kids on college campuses, that scream at the top of their lungs when they are triggered due to frail insecurities, a video like this is simply refreshing. The DePaul University event kerfuffle involving Milo Yiannopoulos would have many lose faith in the youth. This is a stark and welcomed contrast that provides hope for the future of our youth.
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A colloquium by the Institute on Human Development and Disability at the University of Georgia (IHDD). Co-hosted by the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. Panel was held on January 28, 2014 at UDC.
Susan Jamieson: Lead attorney in Olmstead v. L.C., which she filed as an attorney with Atlanta Legal Aid Society. Currently on the staff of IHDD and Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
IHDD is part of the College on Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA.
Learn more about your bankruptcy options and rights in Atlanta, Georgia. In this video you will learn about Tiffany Coleman and Josie Walton-Harris.
Are you so far in debt that you may have to file for bankruptcy? If so, you have come to the right place. With the Internet there is plenty of advice these days on ways to avoid disastrous situations such as bankruptcy. We wrote a special report that will help you understand if filing for bankruptcy is the right choice. Download the free report now http://thecwlawfirm.com/free-atlanta-georgia-bankruptcy-guide/
Tiffany Coleman is one of the managing partners of Coleman & Walton, LLP and a graduate of the John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, GA. During her time at John Marshall, she gained invaluable work experience at Atlanta Legal Aid, Fulton Juvenile Court, and the Family Division of Fulton Superior Court. After graduating from law school in 2008, she established her own practice and now handles bankruptcy cases and creditor defense work against creditors.
Josie Harris-Walton is one of the managing partners of Coleman & Walton, LLP. Josie is a native of the state of Alabama. She attended law school at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law. She also earned her legal Masters in Taxation from DePaul University College of Law. During her time at DePaul, Josie volunteered as an attorney at the Tax Care Clinic, a non-profit organization focused on helping low-income taxpayers with disputes against taxing authorities. She also worked at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Josie gained invaluable work experience as a tax attorney at Deming Parker law firm and as a senior tax consultant at Strategic Tax Advisors. She now specializes in strategic tax planning and tax defense. Josie is barred in the state of Georgia and the state of Alabama. Video Rating: / 5
Atlanta, Georgia attorney, David J Llewellyn has represented over 50 circumcision-related lawsuits. In this video Llewellyn discusses circumcision and legal rights. The following questions are answered:
1. Who may bring about a circumcision-related lawsuit?
2. What is “informed consent”?
3. Who may be responsible for damages?
4. What are the time limits?
5. What sort of damages may be awarded?
Attorneys for the Rights of the Child (ARC) is an organization dedicated to safeguarding the bodily integrity of children. ARC is available to help people who feel that their rights were violated by a circumcision to which they did not agree, including those that happened in the first years of a child’s life. Depending on your age and the location and circumstances of your circumcision, legal remedies may be available.
If you are interested in learning more about the legal remedies that may be available to you as a result of your own circumcision, or the circumcision of your minor child, please contact ARC at (510) 464-4530 or by email to email@example.com. You may also visit the ARC website for additional information:
Each month IllinoisLegalAdvocate.org recognizes a member of the legal aid community who is doing exemplary work. This month we feature Nancy Hinton, Executive Secretary and Pro Bono Coordinator at Prairie State Legal Services, for her strong advocacy work on behalf of legal aid clients in Kankakee and Iroquois Counties.
James Haley, a GBLS Board member who also served as Senior Volunteer at Cambridge and Somerville Legal Services (CASLS), GBLS’ Cambridge office, died December 23, 2010 at his home in Cambridge. He was an exceptional person who overcame many years of great adversity, and his contributions to GBLS and CASLS are greatly appreciated.
Mr. Haley was imprisoned 34 years for a crime he did not commit. After the efforts of many who worked on his case, he was finally released in 2008. He emerged seemingly with no bitterness and with an attitude that can only be described as saint-like.
He first came to CASLS as a client when he was denied housing based upon the criminal record from his wrongful conviction. Attorney Deb Filler’s advocacy led the Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) to overturn the denial of eligibility, and Mr. Haley was offered a public housing apartment.
In addition, Attorney Filler assisted him to secure other needed benefits such as MassHealth, food stamps, and referrals for computer and job training programs. Mr. Haley was grateful for our assistance and gave back many times over.
As a volunteer receptionist, James worked very hard. He always treated each caller with respect and patience. He often asked CASLS attorneys for advice to pass along so callers would get to the right resources quickly. He also organized a drive to get books for prisoners.
As a Board member, James was very involved in the GBLS Board Client Caucus Committee and lobbied for legal services funding. He was awarded a national scholarship to attend the National Legal Aid and Defender Conference in Atlanta, Georgia last November 2010
He is remembered as someone who was dedicated to GBLS and our clients. He is missed by many. Video Rating: / 5
(Full transcript is at the link above if you prefer to read).
Alabama elder law attorney John Watts was interviewed by Davis Nelson, a noted VA accredited attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.
The interview covers what the VA pension (aid & attendance) provides and how a veteran (or surviving spouse) qualifies for this remarkable benefit that can pay up to ,000 a year tax free to help to pay for long term care at home, in an assisted living facility, or in a nursing home.
The requirements are discussed as well as some of the objections that some have to using this benefit.
You can reach us at our main number of 205-879-2447 or you can call Susan, our VA specialist, directly at 205-206-9400 to learn about qualifying for this benefit.
Please note this is NOT for service related injuries or diseases — instead this is for NON SERVICE related injuries or diseases. You served in the military during a time of war (no need to be in combat or go overseaas) and now you are suffering from arthritis, parkinsons, dementia, a non military injury, etc. that makes it hard to take care of yourself. That’s what this benefit is for and if you live in Alabama we will be happy to talk you through your options.
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