African American baby boomer, citizen opinion maker, and political activist who provides his sometimes "snarky" views and remarks on current political and social issues impacting black America.
Asking the question; Will Africa become America's next colony?
Monday, November 5, 2012
Follow the U.S. Elections on BBC Radio
AAP says: I will be following the US Elections on a number of national media outlets including CNN, NBC, Huffington Post, BET and other networks. I will also be following coverage of the BBC.
I have always enyoyed watching and listening to the BBC because the give a more honest analysis of the voting and the reasons behind the voting patterns. I know they will be providing great coverage on this cliffhanger election.
I will also be following the election on BBC radio. The BBC Radio will be holding it's US election night special and I will not only follow the election on the BBC Radio, I will be a guest at the BBC studios in Washington, DC, joining in the conversation at about 130 AM the morning after the election, to give my observations and opinions regarding the election and election outcomes.
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