Monthly Archives: October 2014

FERGUSON, PHILLY AND SOUTH AFRICA

You’re going to see something very predictable these days—the racial bias deniers who support the Ferguson, Missouri police department and the socially decrepit leadership of Police Chief Thomas Jackson, will scream Black-on-White racism allegations in response to US Attorney General … Continue reading

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WHAT COULD BE OBAMA’S LEGACY

  President Obama’s visual legacy may have nothing to do with the slow economic recovery, health care reform, NSA follies, dog-hating fence jumpers or the fact that the President hasn’t jailed a single large banksta for the 2008 financial markets … Continue reading

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IDLIB’S NEAR FALL, OR HOW MUCH LAND DOES ISIL CONTROL THESE DAYS?

  Depending on the media outlet you roll with for your daily dose of stories, you may get the impression that the entire balance of the America’s war against ISIL—where the latter has teamed up with additional extreme jihadist groups and moderate … Continue reading

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AN ALBUM (OR TWO) IN MY HEAD (0057)

My blog will eventually cover music and other creative paths with as much passion as what I currently place on the news or social topics of the day. A step toward this goal will be to publish weekly bits which will highlight one or two … Continue reading

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THE PARTY FOR SEGREGATION!

New readers who wonder why I call American Democrats the Party of No Guts and Republicans the Party of No Brains can look to East-West Gateway’s latest Where We Stand report (pdf) on St. Louis Racial segregation for part of … Continue reading

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WHY PEOPLE WALKED OUT OF OBAMA’S SPEECH

Why did crowds of people in Upper Marlboro, Maryland walk out during President Obama’s campaign speech for gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown? My guess Either President Obama has become a tired brand in America, or the American public is having a … Continue reading

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A TALE OF THREE RIOTS

College students in Morgantown, West virginia witnessed an event yesterday that caused them to set fires, pull down streetlights and cause additional property damage worth thousands of dollars. The students also threw bottles and rocks at police officers, who attempted to contain … Continue reading

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EBOLA – REMINDS ME OF THAT FUNKADELIC SONG AGAIN

Sure, you will read tons of stories about how Ebola—just like many social and economic crises—will almost always lead to the general public isolating specific groups of people out of fear or hatred. But I think the fear mongers and … Continue reading

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USER ERROR: HOW DID DALLAS NURSE GET EBOLA?

“She didn’t follow the protocols! SHE DIDN’T FOLLOW THE PROTOCOLS!” cried the public after 26-year old Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who took care of the departed Liberian, Thomas Eric Duncan, tested positive for Ebola—the same disease that felled Duncan. Tracing … Continue reading

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BUSTED: MALAYSIA AIRLINES UKRAINE CRASH REVISITED

When the West began to tell the story of how Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed over Eastern Ukraine, do you think they listened to the wisdom of parents: telling Fish Story Number 1 can only survive by telling additional fish stories? … Continue reading

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