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We cannot ignore or pretend that we don't see it. We owe a lot to African Americans. We are here and we continue to be here because of African Americans. [AA]. Black Americans' net worth is one-seventh of whites. We Indians are far better than them economically. From paying for college to applying for a credit card to securing a job with a high salary, Black Americans face many financial hurdles to building wealth. The result? Their net worth lags that of white Americans. The median net worth of Black families is $142,330 — or just one-seventh of the $980,550 in wealth accumulated by white Americans, according to a new study from LendingTree that draws on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2020 Economic Policy Institute report, and various Federal Reserve reports. The difference can have long-lasting impacts. “You can’t ignore the continued racial disparities that affect almost every aspect of wealth creation,” said Vicki Bogan, an associate professor at Cornell University.
ഗാഗ മാഗാ! ഗാഗ മാഗാ!!!!!!! നല്ല കറിവേപ്പിലയുടെയും ഇറച്ചി പിരളൻറ്റെയും മണം ഉണ്ടായിരുന്നു കാറിൽ വന്ന മോഷ്ട്ടാക്കൾക്കു. പാലക്കാടൻ മട്ട എന്ന് എഴുത്തുള്ള ചാക്കിൽ ആണ് പട്ടിയെ കയറ്റിയത്. ഇവർ ചൈനയിൽ ഉണ്ടാക്കിയ ചുവന്ന മാഗാ തൊപ്പിയും ട്രംപ് ഫ്ലാഗ്ഉം പുതച്ചിരുന്നു. ട്രംപ് 2020 സ്റ്റിക്കറും ഉണ്ട് കാറിൽ.
ഇപ്പോൾ ശരിയായി നാരദൻ പറഞ്ഞത്. മനോരോഗികൾ ആണ് ട്രമ്പൻ മലയാളികൾ എന്ന് നാരദൻ പറഞ്ഞത് അബ്‌സോല്യൂട്ട് ശരി എന്ന് തെളിയിച്ചുകൊണ്ട് ഇ മലയാളിയുടെ പ്രതികരണ കോളം നിറയെ തെളിവുകൾ. ടെക്‌സാസിലെ 100 ഇരട്ടി എനർജി ബില്ലിനെ കുറിച്ച് ഒരു റ്റെക്സൺ ട്രമ്പനും എഴുതിയില്ല. കാരണം ബില്ലിനെക്കുറിച്ചു എഴുതണമെങ്കിൽ അത് കാണണം അല്ലേ. കറുത്ത കണ്ണട വെച്ചാൽ ബില്ല് കാണില്ല. മിക്കവാറും എല്ലാ വീട്ടിലും ഞങ്ങൾ സ്ത്രീകൾ ആണ് ബില്ല് പേ ചെയ്യുന്നത്. ഇവനൊക്കെ ഫോമ, ഫൊക്കാന, പള്ളി പിടുത്തം, ഞങ്ങടെ അച്ഛൻ, പിണറായി, കേരള ഇലക്ഷൻ എന്നിവയിൽ മുങ്ങി ഇരിക്കുകയാണ്. വാക്സിൻ എടുക്കാൻ വിളിച്ചു ബുക്ക് ചെയ്യുവാൻ ഇവനെ ഒന്നും കൊള്ളുകയില്ല. ഞങ്ങടെ കഷ്ടകാലം. പിള്ളേരെ ഓർത്തിട്ടാണ് ഇവനെ ഒക്കെ പറഞ്ഞു വിടാത്തത്. by Jessey Stephen. TX{ Women X tRump}
It has been my observation that most Indians like to work for a white male manager, not a black or another Indian. In personal life, most Indians are conservatives, but liberal in their public utterances. I have not heard of any affluent Malayali who wants to live in a black neighborhood. A lot of hypocrisy.
പട്ടിയെ കണ്ടെത്തിയാൽ അഞ്ചു ലക്ഷം ഡോളർ ഇനാം... പട്ടിയെ നോക്കാൻ വന്ന് ചങ്കിൽ തുള വീണ ചങ്ങാതിക്ക്, ഉണ്ട free!! Defund the Police നല്ല മുദ്രാവാക്യം, ഇപ്പോഴും മുടങ്ങാതെ മൂന്ന് നേരം വിളിക്കുന്നുണ്ടല്ലോ അല്ലേ?
Must be some Trump Supporters.
A DADDY'S SON Donald Trump Jr. deposed in D.C. attorney general probe of inaugural committee. Donald Trump Jr. was deposed on Feb. 11 as part of a lawsuit by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, who alleged last year that former President Trump's inaugural committee coordinated with the Trump Organization to "grossly overpay" for event space at its D.C. hotel. Details: Racine alleges that in the course of his investigation, he uncovered a second instance in which the inaugural committee improperly spent funds — on a contract the Trump Organization signed with the Loews Madison Hotel for a block of rooms during the 2017 inauguration.
Malayalee Texan trumpers are quite about this. Texas Lt. Gov, Dan Patrick said that Texans getting huge energy bills took a gamble and lost. In Texas, some energy deals are linked to wholesale prices, exposing consumer to sudden spikes. After last week's devastating storm, some Texans faced energy bills as high as $16,000. Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said that Texans faced with huge electricity bills "gambled" in the hope of a cheap deal, and ended up losing. Patrick commented Wednesday on the large charges facing some in the wake of the devastating winter storms in his state. He suggested that those in trouble would likely get help, but said that in the future customers should "read the fine print" of such deals. "I saw the story about the high bills," Patrick said in the Fox News interview Wednesday. "Let me explain that. We have in Texas, you can choose your energy plan and most people have a fixed rate. If they had a fixed rate per kilowatt hour, their rates aren't going up." "But the people who are getting those big bills are people who gambled on a very, very low rate," Patrick continued. "But I've told those folks, do not panic. We are going to figure that out." "But going forward, people need to read the fine print in those kinds of bills and we may even end that type of variable plan because people were surprised." His comments follow reports detailing huge price hikes that hit some Texans. One Army veteran was billed $16,000 for his power during the storm. The customers faced with the huge bills had signed up to buy their power based on its wholesale cost, rather than as part of a fixed price contract. The deals are a unique part of Texas' deregulated energy market. Usually it leaves consumers with bills smaller than those with fixed price deals. But they are vulnerable to price fluctuations, such as those which occurred during the storm. Large parts of Texas' energy grid collapsed in the winter weather after a huge surge in demand, leading to the price of electricity to spike by more than 10,000%, according to Reuters.
U.S. CAPITOL ATTACK updates. Federal judges asked Congress earlier this month for around $113 million in special funding to prevent court buildings from being the target of a “hostile incursion” similar to the Jan. 6 attack, it was disclosed at a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing yesterday. Josh Gerstein reports for POLITICO. A close ally of Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was involved in the attack, who themselves admitted to being among the rioters who stormed the building. Andrew Kaczynski and Em Steck report for CNN. Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman wrote in her prepared statement for a House hearing today that officers in her department were “unsure of when to use lethal force” during the Capitol attack. “We have provided guidance to officers since January 6th as to when lethal force may be used consistent with the Department’s existing Use of Force policy. The Department will also implement significant training to refresh our officers as to the use of lethal force,” Pittman wrote, adding, “We also learned that the Department’s less lethal munitions were not as successful in dispersing insurrectionists in the attack, and we have already begun to diversify our less lethal capabilities.” Ursula Perano reports for Axios. Intelligence officials from the FBI, Pentagon and Homeland Security will testify before senators Wednesday during the second hearing focused on law enforcement’s response to the attack. Officials will testify before a joint session of the Senate Rules and Administration Committee and the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Rebecca Beitsch reports for The Hill. Over $30 million has already been spent repairing the damage caused during the Capitol attack and on related security expenses, Architect of the Capitol J. Brett Blanton told lawmakers yesterday. Bill Chappell reports for NPR. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has received bipartisan rebuke for his claims that those responsible for the Jan. 6 attack were not Trump supporters but instead “agent provocateurs” and “fake Trump protesters,” adding further that, the “great majority” of those at the Capitol had a “jovial, friendly, earnest demeanor.” “In fact, more than 200 rioters have been criminally charged by federal prosecutors, including many who have self-identified as Trump supporters and who have documented ties to far-right extremist groups. Federal officials have said there is no substantial evidence of left-wing provocation or that anti-fascist activists posed as Trump supporters during the riot,” reports Katie Shepherd for the Washington Post.
trump might flee to Mexico. NY Prosecutors Obtain Trump’s Tax Returns, Other Financial Records: The New York district attorney has obtained tax records and other financial documents that former President Donald Trump tried to keep secret. Prosecutors obtained the records on Monday following the US Supreme Court ruling denying Trump’s last-ditch effort to keep the records away from investigators, CNN reported Thursday, citing a spokesperson for the district attorney. According to the news network, “the millions of pages of documents contain Trump’s tax returns spanning from January 2011 to August 2019, as well as financial statements, engagement agreements, documents relating to the preparation and review of tax returns, and work papers and communications related to the tax returns.” With the records now in hand, Vance and his fellow prosecutors will be able to dig deeper into investigative theories, pursue interviews with key witnesses, and determine whether they believe any state laws have been violated.









We cannot ignore or pretend that we don't see it. We owe a lot to African Americans. We are here and we continue to be here because of African Americans. [AA]. Black Americans' net worth is one-seventh of whites. We Indians are far better than them economically. From paying for college to applying for a credit card to securing a job with a high salary, Black Americans face many financial hurdles to building wealth. The result? Their net worth lags that of white Americans. The median net worth of Black families is $142,330 — or just one-seventh of the $980,550 in wealth accumulated by white Americans, according to a new study from LendingTree that draws on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2020 Economic Policy Institute report, and various Federal Reserve reports. The difference can have long-lasting impacts. “You can’t ignore the continued racial disparities that affect almost every aspect of wealth creation,” said Vicki Bogan, an associate professor at Cornell University.
ഗാഗ മാഗാ! ഗാഗ മാഗാ!!!!!!! നല്ല കറിവേപ്പിലയുടെയും ഇറച്ചി പിരളൻറ്റെയും മണം ഉണ്ടായിരുന്നു കാറിൽ വന്ന മോഷ്ട്ടാക്കൾക്കു. പാലക്കാടൻ മട്ട എന്ന് എഴുത്തുള്ള ചാക്കിൽ ആണ് പട്ടിയെ കയറ്റിയത്. ഇവർ ചൈനയിൽ ഉണ്ടാക്കിയ ചുവന്ന മാഗാ തൊപ്പിയും ട്രംപ് ഫ്ലാഗ്ഉം പുതച്ചിരുന്നു. ട്രംപ് 2020 സ്റ്റിക്കറും ഉണ്ട് കാറിൽ.
ഇപ്പോൾ ശരിയായി നാരദൻ പറഞ്ഞത്. മനോരോഗികൾ ആണ് ട്രമ്പൻ മലയാളികൾ എന്ന് നാരദൻ പറഞ്ഞത് അബ്‌സോല്യൂട്ട് ശരി എന്ന് തെളിയിച്ചുകൊണ്ട് ഇ മലയാളിയുടെ പ്രതികരണ കോളം നിറയെ തെളിവുകൾ. ടെക്‌സാസിലെ 100 ഇരട്ടി എനർജി ബില്ലിനെ കുറിച്ച് ഒരു റ്റെക്സൺ ട്രമ്പനും എഴുതിയില്ല. കാരണം ബില്ലിനെക്കുറിച്ചു എഴുതണമെങ്കിൽ അത് കാണണം അല്ലേ. കറുത്ത കണ്ണട വെച്ചാൽ ബില്ല് കാണില്ല. മിക്കവാറും എല്ലാ വീട്ടിലും ഞങ്ങൾ സ്ത്രീകൾ ആണ് ബില്ല് പേ ചെയ്യുന്നത്. ഇവനൊക്കെ ഫോമ, ഫൊക്കാന, പള്ളി പിടുത്തം, ഞങ്ങടെ അച്ഛൻ, പിണറായി, കേരള ഇലക്ഷൻ എന്നിവയിൽ മുങ്ങി ഇരിക്കുകയാണ്. വാക്സിൻ എടുക്കാൻ വിളിച്ചു ബുക്ക് ചെയ്യുവാൻ ഇവനെ ഒന്നും കൊള്ളുകയില്ല. ഞങ്ങടെ കഷ്ടകാലം. പിള്ളേരെ ഓർത്തിട്ടാണ് ഇവനെ ഒക്കെ പറഞ്ഞു വിടാത്തത്. by Jessey Stephen. TX{ Women X tRump}
It has been my observation that most Indians like to work for a white male manager, not a black or another Indian. In personal life, most Indians are conservatives, but liberal in their public utterances. I have not heard of any affluent Malayali who wants to live in a black neighborhood. A lot of hypocrisy.
പട്ടിയെ കണ്ടെത്തിയാൽ അഞ്ചു ലക്ഷം ഡോളർ ഇനാം... പട്ടിയെ നോക്കാൻ വന്ന് ചങ്കിൽ തുള വീണ ചങ്ങാതിക്ക്, ഉണ്ട free!! Defund the Police നല്ല മുദ്രാവാക്യം, ഇപ്പോഴും മുടങ്ങാതെ മൂന്ന് നേരം വിളിക്കുന്നുണ്ടല്ലോ അല്ലേ?
Must be some Trump Supporters.
A DADDY'S SON Donald Trump Jr. deposed in D.C. attorney general probe of inaugural committee. Donald Trump Jr. was deposed on Feb. 11 as part of a lawsuit by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, who alleged last year that former President Trump's inaugural committee coordinated with the Trump Organization to "grossly overpay" for event space at its D.C. hotel. Details: Racine alleges that in the course of his investigation, he uncovered a second instance in which the inaugural committee improperly spent funds — on a contract the Trump Organization signed with the Loews Madison Hotel for a block of rooms during the 2017 inauguration.
Malayalee Texan trumpers are quite about this. Texas Lt. Gov, Dan Patrick said that Texans getting huge energy bills took a gamble and lost. In Texas, some energy deals are linked to wholesale prices, exposing consumer to sudden spikes. After last week's devastating storm, some Texans faced energy bills as high as $16,000. Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said that Texans faced with huge electricity bills "gambled" in the hope of a cheap deal, and ended up losing. Patrick commented Wednesday on the large charges facing some in the wake of the devastating winter storms in his state. He suggested that those in trouble would likely get help, but said that in the future customers should "read the fine print" of such deals. "I saw the story about the high bills," Patrick said in the Fox News interview Wednesday. "Let me explain that. We have in Texas, you can choose your energy plan and most people have a fixed rate. If they had a fixed rate per kilowatt hour, their rates aren't going up." "But the people who are getting those big bills are people who gambled on a very, very low rate," Patrick continued. "But I've told those folks, do not panic. We are going to figure that out." "But going forward, people need to read the fine print in those kinds of bills and we may even end that type of variable plan because people were surprised." His comments follow reports detailing huge price hikes that hit some Texans. One Army veteran was billed $16,000 for his power during the storm. The customers faced with the huge bills had signed up to buy their power based on its wholesale cost, rather than as part of a fixed price contract. The deals are a unique part of Texas' deregulated energy market. Usually it leaves consumers with bills smaller than those with fixed price deals. But they are vulnerable to price fluctuations, such as those which occurred during the storm. Large parts of Texas' energy grid collapsed in the winter weather after a huge surge in demand, leading to the price of electricity to spike by more than 10,000%, according to Reuters.
U.S. CAPITOL ATTACK updates. Federal judges asked Congress earlier this month for around $113 million in special funding to prevent court buildings from being the target of a “hostile incursion” similar to the Jan. 6 attack, it was disclosed at a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing yesterday. Josh Gerstein reports for POLITICO. A close ally of Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was involved in the attack, who themselves admitted to being among the rioters who stormed the building. Andrew Kaczynski and Em Steck report for CNN. Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman wrote in her prepared statement for a House hearing today that officers in her department were “unsure of when to use lethal force” during the Capitol attack. “We have provided guidance to officers since January 6th as to when lethal force may be used consistent with the Department’s existing Use of Force policy. The Department will also implement significant training to refresh our officers as to the use of lethal force,” Pittman wrote, adding, “We also learned that the Department’s less lethal munitions were not as successful in dispersing insurrectionists in the attack, and we have already begun to diversify our less lethal capabilities.” Ursula Perano reports for Axios. Intelligence officials from the FBI, Pentagon and Homeland Security will testify before senators Wednesday during the second hearing focused on law enforcement’s response to the attack. Officials will testify before a joint session of the Senate Rules and Administration Committee and the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Rebecca Beitsch reports for The Hill. Over $30 million has already been spent repairing the damage caused during the Capitol attack and on related security expenses, Architect of the Capitol J. Brett Blanton told lawmakers yesterday. Bill Chappell reports for NPR. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has received bipartisan rebuke for his claims that those responsible for the Jan. 6 attack were not Trump supporters but instead “agent provocateurs” and “fake Trump protesters,” adding further that, the “great majority” of those at the Capitol had a “jovial, friendly, earnest demeanor.” “In fact, more than 200 rioters have been criminally charged by federal prosecutors, including many who have self-identified as Trump supporters and who have documented ties to far-right extremist groups. Federal officials have said there is no substantial evidence of left-wing provocation or that anti-fascist activists posed as Trump supporters during the riot,” reports Katie Shepherd for the Washington Post.
trump might flee to Mexico. NY Prosecutors Obtain Trump’s Tax Returns, Other Financial Records: The New York district attorney has obtained tax records and other financial documents that former President Donald Trump tried to keep secret. Prosecutors obtained the records on Monday following the US Supreme Court ruling denying Trump’s last-ditch effort to keep the records away from investigators, CNN reported Thursday, citing a spokesperson for the district attorney. According to the news network, “the millions of pages of documents contain Trump’s tax returns spanning from January 2011 to August 2019, as well as financial statements, engagement agreements, documents relating to the preparation and review of tax returns, and work papers and communications related to the tax returns.” With the records now in hand, Vance and his fellow prosecutors will be able to dig deeper into investigative theories, pursue interviews with key witnesses, and determine whether they believe any state laws have been violated.