Tag Archives: Civil Rights

Rest in Love, Dick Gregory

I’m currently reflecting on the loss of Dick Gregory, who was 84. While much of the media will spend the day filling your ears with love-in stories about how much of a good comedian he was — a point I … Continue reading

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ANOTHER MIND-MELTING DETAIL ABOUT THE MLK ASSASSINATION

Wrongful Death Since today marks the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination, I want to bring up a highly intriguing detail in the court transcripts from the King family’s 1999 wrongful death lawsuit against the federal government, the city … Continue reading

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AG HOLDER – WHO’S THE COWARD NOW?

Here I go again, offering a dissenting opinion about US Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision to leave the Obama Administration. I think many of the mainstream news sources glossed over some important details about Holder’s tour of duty at the … Continue reading

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THE PAST IS WORSE THAN YOU THINK: SPIES OF MISSISSIPPI

      Here’s another reason why many Americans refuse to have a conversation about race—like reconciling a dysfunctional relationship, one or both sides get to discover more about the trifling stuff each other did! Shee, and who wants that?! … Continue reading

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