Goldie Taylor of The Daily Beast –
Wrote a stunning article:
According to its only Internal Revenue Service filing, the company took in $419,000 in 2013. That same year, the company paid out about $198,000 in grants to some 136 recipients. King’s cash compensation, not including expense reimbursements, was almost as much as the grants: $160,000, or nearly 40 percent of total revenue. Several people who launched campaigns on HopeMob complained that payouts were delayed and that the company failed to respond to repeated inquiries. Losing money, and under an onslaught of criticism from would-be beneficiaries, the digital platform was sold and later shuttered altogether. Using his HopeMob platform, King raised over $11,000 to support a gun control lobbying effort in honor of the Sandy Hook victims. However, King is not a registered lobbyist and I could find little or no evidence that he paid an individual or entity to formally lobby government entities. Taylor writes.
Many are questioning as to whether Law Enforcement will be looking into King’s Charities regarding the funds.
In Shaun King’s latest failed venture of ” Justice Together ” members of the now former company addressed some key issues after they were ousted inquiring about where the funds were actually going.
At the time members of Justice Together said King’s behavior began to raise red flags for members of the organization, prompting them to write an op-ed titled
Even with all that said and the massive media attention their story has received, many believe that Law Enforcement won’t pursue the allegations revolving around king, assuming a possibility that King would retaliate using his newly news platform in which he writes for on the New York Daily News.
Just as one of King’s latest articles:
Back when the Deray McKesson was a board member of justice together even he had fallen short to Shaun King’s adventure tweeting –
I, too, learned about the end of Justice Together via email. & I’m working to understand more about the decisions and the q’s being raised.
— deray mckesson (@deray) November 8, 2015
I’ll keep this brief, but I’ll begin by saying that @ShaunKing blocked me when I asked questions re: planning/money re: JusticeTogether.
— dr.* deray mckesson (@deray) December 13, 2015
You can keep up a lil more on the Twitter hash Tag #JT30
So What Do You Think About Arpaio’s Pardon?
.@POTUS pardon of fellow birther Arpaio makes mockery of rule of law, & says communities of color can be targeted & abused w/ total impunity
— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) August 26, 2017
President Trump’s pardoning of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is yet another reprehensible endorsement of hatred & bigotry from this White House https://t.co/CwtHpyDF4O
— Rep. Barbara Lee (@RepBarbaraLee) August 26, 2017
Pardoning Arpaio is the latest instance of how @realDonaldTrump's words and actions empower racists and white supremacists.
— Senator Mazie Hirono (@maziehirono) August 26, 2017
With his pardon pen, POTUS reveals his own contempt for our Constitution, our courts, and our founding principles of equality and justice.
— Sally Yates (@SallyQYates) August 26, 2017
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) August 26, 2017
How To Make A Living While Blogging?
So you’re thinking about blogging?
Ok I’m gonna make a long story short.
Here are some basic steps:
- First set up your site
- Second create a minimum of 100 posts / articles
- Third monetize (Advertisements) your site there are many out there that pay well
- Fourth also find customers that will pay you, to advertise their product on your site
There are many other options available but I found these were the most important steps.
Are you thinking about blogging for someone else on their site or multiple sites as a freelance blogger?
There’s plenty of money in that too.. you just have to be sure that they allow you to put at least one of your ads in your post, bottom line you get paid per views and or clicks anywhere from 0 cents on up., the more articles you post, the more views you get including possible clicks.
If you stay in it for a long time and have over 10,ooo posts circulating you could be living off a residual 🙂 depending how relevant your articles are.
If you have any questions just ask me..
Why Some Republicans Won’t Repudiate Donald Trump
While many Republicans are facing primaries in re-election and or a bid for election, If a mass amount of Republicans began to repudiate Trump; the cost could be dearly.
Trump could go on a rampage and tell his supporters to not vote and or support those whom don’t support him.
That’s just my opinion and me thinking aloud.
What’s your thought?
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