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Freedom loving Americans – The system is the enemy – The enemy is the system!!! Now is the time for the nation to fulfill its promise Now is the time…"We are going to create a whole new system… and we will tear this system apart." “I want to make America great again.” Presumptive GOP Nominee for President, Donald J. Trump The people are angry…and they feel betrayed by their elected representatives…they reject the system; they reject “the system’s lying politicians,” as the presumptive GOP nominee Donald J. Trump calls them. They reject the government – the establishment…they reject the rigged corrupt electoral process. They reject the corrupt financing process of the Super PACs, the lobbyis

Akron made ‘way’ for ‘King James’

It’s has been 52 years since a Cleveland sports team has brought a championship home. Cleveland sports fans have seen so many near wins, experienced far too many upsets. We all know the stories and even have names for them “The Fumble… The Shot… The Drive… and even a LeBron James heartbreak with “The Decision.” But, because of this “kid from Akron,” born at City Hospital, that all changed last week. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ historic, comeback win against the Golden State Warriors brings an overwhelming sense of joy to both Cleveland and Akron. Cavs fans celebrated just as everyone expected, immediately taking to streets. The city hosted a parade that brought 1.3 million people from all over


CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cheered by a sea of wine-and-gold dressed fans spilling off sidewalks and choking the streets, LeBron James and the Cavaliers are parading as NBA champions. The title drought in Cleveland is over. The party - and a procession slowed to a crawl by a mass of humanity - is just getting started. And James gave his hometown fans even more reason to celebrate Wednesday by telling reporters he intends to stay in Cleveland, skipping the drama of previous splashy announcements when he decided to go to Miami in 2010 then come back to the Cavaliers four years later. Hundreds of thousands of fans, some arriving Tuesday night to camp out so they could get as close as possible, overwhelm

Promise me this: A great day in the Land!

Yep, our Cleveland Cavaliers are NBA champions. They say it’s just a game – tell that to fans in a city that ain’t Cleveland! Not only is “it” more than a game, it’s more than “the” game. The game is the thing that we have rallied around. It’s what we talk about, cheer about and cry about as a city throughout the years. It’s the “us” and the “our” part of the game that connects us. We watched the Cavs from games gone bye with rabbit ear antennas to plasma screen televisions. We watched in basements and bars to iPhones and androids. We went from A.C. (Austin Carr) playing the game to A.C. announcing the game. Oh, we represent no matter what. But, today and tomorrow, we represent a little diff


The Cleveland Cavaliers celebrate the NBA Finals championship, becoming the first tem in history to over come a 3-1 deficit in the Finals to defeat the Golden State Warriors 93-89 on Sunday June 19 in Oakland to capture the franchise first crown and erase a 52-year championship drought for the city. [Photo Associated Press] The most improbable comeback in the history of the NBA took two weeks, The Block took about 10 seconds and the shot took about 23 seconds, and finally the 52-year draught for Cleveland was over. If only the journey for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ first NBA championship was that simple, but one could say that it took divine intervention for the Cavs to erase a 3-1 deficit i

Mieshawn Singleton wants to bring good cheer to home buyers

Native Clevelander Mieshawn Singleton knows a few things about connecting people together. The single mother of two daughters and one son is involved in multiple projects ranging of political operations, to invention and most recently her newest venture is that of local realtor. Singleton was instrumental producing an after party for the Cavs after game 6 with former NBA star Charles Oakley, right on the heels of preparing for her daughter’s graduation. Her latest venture with Lokal Realty where she is responsible for buying property, managing property and selling property in Northeast Ohio. “We also wholesale property to our sister company Great Lakes, and we can do whatever you need as far

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My fellow Americans, WE THE PEOPLE, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE have a lot to thank presumptive GOP nominee for president Donald J. Trump for: he has called out the establishment…he has called out the GOP party…he has called out, as he says, “the lying politicians,”…he has called out the corrupt – rigged – electoral process…he has called out the omnipotent power of the rigged delegates process – which is an open invitation to temptation, which is also absolutely incredulous. The delegates hold the absolute power over the destiny of the American presidential candidate in their hands without any control mechanism, without any consequences for their actions other than their conscience. Donald J. Trump


Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James holds up the Larry O'Brien Trophy after arriving in Cleveland, Monday, June 20, 2016. James came home with the trophy he promised, and the championship Cleveland has coveted for 52 years. The NBA superstar, born and raised in nearby Akron, stepped off a plane Monday and hoisted the shiny Larry O'Brien Trophy as more than 10,000 fans celebrated the city's first title since 1964. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) CLEVELAND (AP) -- LeBron James stepped off the plane and into a blizzard of red-and-gold confetti before hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy. It gleamed in the bright summer sun, a symbol of hope and history. As promised, James brought home a championship, the one


OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- LeBron James and his relentless, never-count-them-out Cavaliers pulled off an improbable NBA Finals comeback, and Cleveland is title town again at long last. James delivered on a promise from two years ago to bring a championship to his native northeast Ohio, and he and the Cavs became the first team to rally from a 3-1 finals deficit by beating the defending champion Golden State Warriors 93-89 on Sunday night to end a 52-year major sports championship drought in Cleveland. James almost single-handedly carried the Cavs back into this series and finished with 27 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds as the Cavs captured their first championship in franchise history and g


OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Right near the start Saturday, LeBron James faced a question about whether his legacy might be riding on Game 7 of these NBA Finals. "No," he said, straight-faced. He got asked, more than once, about carrying the burden of a championship-starved city in his native Northeast Ohio, and how he promised to bring a title to Cleveland when he came home two years ago following a successful four-year stint in Miami. Nah, he can't have that on his mind in a moment of this magnitude. "It's an opportunity for us to do something special," James said matter-of-factly. The Cavaliers and all those people willing them to win just one more are counting on another spectacular, jaw-drop

James Leads Cavs to brink of elusive crown

From the opening tip, game 6 of the NBA Finals had all of the elements of something special, Beyoncé and Jay Z sitting courtside and the Cavs rabid fan base fueling the momentum from of tank that took 52 years to fill. LeBron James opened the game flawlessly going 4 of 5 from the field, Tristan Thompson collected 9 rebounds and 7 points and the Cavs took a 31-11 first quarter lead that it never relinquished enroute to a resounding 115-101 victory, forcing game 7 on Sunday in Oakland for a shot at the franchise first NBA title. James led all scorers with his second 41 point game, Tristan Thompson had a double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds, and Kyrie Irving added 23 points as the Cavs

Ohio Muslims Condem Orlando Massacre

As America continued to mourn the heinous worst mass shooting on the soil of the United States of America that claimed 49 victims at the gay nightclub in Orlando, FL, the Ohio Muslims Cleveland Chapter condemned slayings that unfolded on Sunday June 12. The Cleveland chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Cleveland) joins Muslims across Ohio and nationwide in condemning the horrific mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub. CAIR-Cleveland Executive Director Julia Shearson issued the following statement: "Like all Americans, Ohio Muslims express their condemnation of this horrific act of violence. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with the families, friends and loved

The Quest for History! Nobody said it was going to be easy…

The pain is mentally excruciating. There were some Cavs who just outright refused to watch game 5 of the NBA Finals with their beloved team fate on the line. After the Cavs baited and teased their hometown fans, starved of a championship for 52 years in the city, the legions of pessimistically-optimistically Wine and Gold die hards feared that the worst would inevitably of defeat would soon beckon. After all, no team in the storied history of the NBA has ever come back from a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals and after that game 4 meltdown, surely game 5 would close the casket on yet another heartbreaking season. However, the Warriors heart and soul, lip and clip-Draymond Green was suspended for

The Caviness fondly remembers George Voinovich

The Rev. Emmitt Theophilus Caviness is shown here throughout the years with his friend the late and great giant political figure George Voinovich who died at the age of 79 on June. 12. The Rev. Emmitt Theophilus Caviness, a former Cleveland City Councilmember and powerful Ohio civil rights activist, expressed his deepest condolences to the family of former Ohio Governor George Voinovich who died this week. A former United States Senator and Cleveland Mayor, George Voinovich is being remembered as a champion for unity and compassion for all Ohioans. He was 79. “My relationship with this man was an intimate kind of friendship that was second to none,” said Caviness. “I’m demoralized because of

Political Titian George Voinovich dies at age 79

A public viewing for Cleveland native, former Ohio Governor, U.S. Senator and Cleveland mayor George V. Voinovich will be held Thursday June 16, in the Cleveland City Hall Rotunda from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The well-respected Ohio politician died at home in his sleep at the age of 79. Voinovich served as Cleveland’s mayor from 1980 to 1989. The Rotunda program will start at 2 p.m. The funeral Mass is planned for Voinovich on Friday June 17, at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Euclid. The burial will take place at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon. Voinovich’s term as Cleveland mayor was seen as a time to move forward past the difficulties that took place during the previous mayoral

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“A NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER” The system is the enemy…not Donald J. Trump…the enemy is the system!!! The system is the enemy to democracy. The system is corrupt…therefore anti-American… A total unanimous consensus of public opinion, the presidential candidates, the political parties, both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party and the American people agree that the system is corrupt. The American people totally reject the misguided way of life system form of government. The people today are angry – they unanimously reject the lying politicians, they reject the current form of government, they reject the rigged corrupt electoral process. They feel betrayed by their chosen elected represe


OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Booed every time he touched the ball, LeBron James cut through Golden State's defense and made layups look easy. Dunks and 3-pointers, so smooth, too. Kyrie Irving made it look just as easy. King James and Irving thoroughly overpowered the defending champions from every spot on the floor, and the Cavaliers are still alive to chase that elusive championship. The unflappable, determined-as-ever James had 41 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists, Irving also scored 41 points and Cleveland capitalized on the absence of suspended star Draymond Green, staving off NBA Finals elimination with a 112-97 victory over the Warriors in Game 5 on Monday night. James and Irving becam


Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, right, and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, left, argue while being separated by Channing Frye (9) during the second half of Game 4 of basketball's NBA Finals in Cleveland, Friday, June 10, 2016. The Warriors won 108-97. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane) OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Golden State star Draymond Green was suspended for Monday's Game 5 of the NBA Finals after the league assessed a Flagrant 1 foul from his scuffle with Cleveland's LeBron James. The NBA announced the retroactive decision Sunday, issuing James a technical on the play late in Golden State's 108-97 victory Friday. A statement announcing the discipline said that Green "made unnec


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- As Muhammad Ali's youngest son rode in his father's funeral procession through the streets of the city he adored, he noticed scores of children lining the route, pumping their fists, shouting "Ali! Ali!" Asaad Amin Ali figured the children in attendance couldn't possibly yet understand what they were experiencing Friday as Louisville and the world paid their respects to The Greatest. "It's not explainable, it was amazing," said Asaad Amin Ali. "We looked out of the car and see people dancing and cheering and you also see people crying. (The children) are going to remember that for the rest of their lives. "The outpouring of love ... it's inspiration. We saw how much h


CLEVELAND (AP) -- LeBron James said Game 4 was another "do-or-die" scenario for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He can only hope he was wrong. The NBA Finals have all but slipped away from James and the Cavaliers, an offensive disaster of a fourth quarter their undoing in what became a 108-97 loss to the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 on Friday night. Cleveland now trails the series 3-1, a deficit that no team has ever successfully overcome in the championship round. Game 5 is Monday in Oakland, where the defending champion Warriors are 50-3 this season. If Cleveland is going to pull off this miracle, it'll need to win there twice. So it's not over. It only seems that way, and James' all-too-famil

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