“Let me see your identification.” “You don’t need to see his identification.” “We don’t need to see your identification.” “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.” “These aren’t the droids we’re looking for.” “He can go about his business.” “You […]
Older siblings often provide useful insights. That’s why I wasn’t surprised when my older brother recently provided some about young black men attending college on athletic scholarships. My brother would probably not describe himself as a conservative, but this particular […]
As someone who is often asked to speak my opinion on radio or television, I know that sound-bites can bring powerful results, either positive or negative. Take for example the words of Rev. Fred Lucas Jr., the chaplain for the […]
Over the past few months there have been several news stories about no Blacks owning major broadcast TV stations anymore. The cries have bordered on mass hysteria. It turns out that the story is not true.
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This famous line appears at the beginning of Charles Dickens’ epic novel, “A Tale of Two Cities”, and in the USA it certainly is the worst of times […]
Hey, gals, want to avoid being raped? Put away that Lady Smith 38. No need for pepper spray. Self-defense classes? Not necessary. The solution is simple. The best defense against rape is to just cast away your “deeply troubling” Christianity […]
When Kentucky senator and Republican presidential aspirant Rand Paul resurfaced the Monica Lewinsky scandal as relevant to Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy, fellow Republican Karl Rove immediately took him to task on national television.