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What would it be like to live as a white person in South Africa, a nation your ancestors created and yet has now been democratically taken away from you by black people... black people who have created the conditions that have directly led to that country's complete demise? A country where the dispossession of whites... Read More
USA Today's above-fold, front page story yesterday dealt with crime dropping nationwide. It is commonly accepted - though completely inaccurate - that crime increases when unemployment rises. If only this were true then we might have an explanation for why Black crime rates are as bad as they are (and why movies and fiction utilize... Read More
Sports. Who doesn't love sports? Black people love sports, for it has been their ticket to integrating America and achieving equality in this nation. Without sports, it is hard to imagine Black people fully participating in American life as the idea known as "mainstreaming"positive images of Black people would be much less effective without hours... Read More
The era that gave us Sherman McCoy and Patrick Bateman also gave us "Tarzan Boy," by Baltimora. This particular song encapsulates the fun and frivolity of the 1980s: Yes, the song from the Listerine commercials is the perfect segue into today's topic, the lovely city of Baltimore. The theme song of that particular city is... Read More