Thursday, September 27, 2012

Georgia Latino Film Festival

In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Georgia Latino Film Festival (GLFF) Kick’s off on October 4th and 5th 2012 at the Georgia Public Broadcasting, 260 14th Street NW Atlanta, Ga 30318. It was announced by Jose Marquez-Leon President and CEO of OVNLatino and Lance Robertson CEO Robertson Media Group co Founders of the Festival. The highly acclaimed event supporting the independent Latino filmmaking community is a first for the Georgia Community.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Black Lawyers Demand Diversity in Courts

AUGUSTA, GA - Black lawyers running for District Attorney and Probate Judge are not happy for the latest appointed judges in the Juvenile Court. The disproportional number of white judges do not reflect the community and especially the majority of the community incarcerated. They are demanding diversity in the Augusta Judicial Circuit. 

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Charter Schools Ok, HR 1162 No

The Richmond County Board of Education supports charter schools but rejects HR 1162.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Remembering 9/11

12th Congressional District candidate Lee Anderson released the following statement: "It is difficult to believe that it has been more than a decade since the terrorist attacks of September 11th.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Anderson Ready to Run John Barrow Home

Grovetown, GA – Lee Anderson was declared the winner today of the August 21 Republican Primary run-off election. Following the certification of votes by the Secretary of State’s office, Anderson’s opponent, Rick Allen, requested a recount. After today’s recount, Anderson was officially declared the Republican nominee, winning by 159 votes.

“Now is the time for common sense conservatives in Georgia’s 12th Congressional District to work together to stop the Obama-Barrow agenda that’s saddling our children and grandchildren with debt and threatening the future of our country,” said Anderson.

National debt reaches coincidently 16 trillion dollars.

“I congratulate Rick Allen, Wright McLeod, and Maria Sheffield for running tough races and we welcome them on board the unified Republican team devoted to holding Washington politicians like John Barrow to task for gutting Medicare, stifling job creation, and bankrupting America.

Together, we can send Barack Obama and John Barrow packing and make sure that America’s brightest days are still ahead.”

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Healthy Georgians Not Desirable for Deal

Gov. Nathan Deal’s decision not to expand Medicaid, as outlined under the Affordable Care Act. was quoted as saying he supported the idea of a ‘’block grant’’ approach to Medicaid. That proposal would result in the federal government giving a fixed amount of Medicaid dollars to the state, which would then gain more flexibility on how to spend that money.

Lets Put People to Work

This Labor Day AnibalShow salutes the invisible workers helping people and businesses to accomplish their goals. They are in the fields or in the houses of those who can afford to have everything. The US government instead of trying to put a man or a woman in Mars should be putting them to work. Some people are traveling to space for adventure, meanwhile in Earth millions can't get a bus to work. Happy Labor Day!