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PK note: There will be two posts today. I'm in a vendetta kind-of-mood. Next week you'll get The Walking Dead/Atlanta piece and a big article on why The Hunger Games is a vital book for understanding the world we live in now. I'd argue that the world of Black-Run America (BRA) is far worse than... Read More
Visiting Drudgereport.com the past few days has been emotionally difficult. The devastation in Japan from the 9.0 earthquake is horrific, a powerfulreminder that the forces of nature can never be tamed by man. A 9.0 earthquake is the energy equivalent of 474 megatons of TNT explosive force. The earthquake in Haiti, a 7.0, was the... Read More
What a birthday party! Over the weekend Hurricane Katrina turned five-years-old; and to commemorate this milestone much ink and television coverage was devoted to doting over her in the required, obligatory terms. A much longer birthday party is planned for Hurricane Katrina as we will discuss the tantrum she tossed in New Orleans back in... Read More
Natural disasters have the ability to bring out the best in people and in many cases, the worst. Tornadoes that level small towns draw families - whose every possession now litters roadways – together. In the seminal book Bowling Alone, Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam bemoaned the declining sense of community in America (which eerily parallels... Read More
Sports will always matter. People who refuse to acknowledge the power of sports in changing American minds and influencing individual perceptions lack a basic understanding of the world. Consider what Jackie Robinson did for Black people when he integrated baseball (a sport Black people oddly refuse to play now) in 1947: We have briefly discussed... Read More
Much has changed in the world since this site was launched. The God-like ability of one Mien Obama is apparently gone, and it appears his ascension to the presidency is but a Pyrrhic victory for Black people. The Haitian Earthquake – a tragedy to be sure, but Haiti and its Black population already was an... Read More