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Ahhhhhh…..I can’t hear you, I can’t you, I can’t hear you!

We’ve all seen little kids do it.  Stick their fingers in their ears when they hear something that they would rather ignore, usually accompanied by a whining, “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you, lalalalalala.”  It’s understandable in a … Continue reading

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Color vs. Content: Reflections on MLK day in the age of Obama

Today is the day set aside to celebrate and honor one of many heroes of the American Civil Rights movement: the Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Jr., who was assassinated during the height of the political turmoil in the late … Continue reading

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The Rage of the Common Man

H/T to the Black Informant for finding this bit of information… As readers may or may not know, I was in my youth, much closer in ideology to being a full on socialist (though with reservations) than a right winger.  … Continue reading

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Uh oh! You’ve been played the “Race Card”

Over the weekend dozens, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands, a whole bunch of bitter, anger, teabagging, racists descended upon the nations capital to protest: A) The too rapid expansion of government power B) The Democrats Death Health Care legislation C) … Continue reading

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Servility and freedom

With the Republican party leaderless and in backbiting disarray following its destruction by the ideologically incoherent George W. Bush, Democrats are apparently eager to join the hara-kiri brigade. What looked like smooth coasting to the 2010 election has now become … Continue reading

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Racists attack Black man at town hall meeting…. or is it?

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, this report: St. Louis County police arrested six people, including a Post-Dispatch reporter, during a demonstration Thursday evening outside a forum on aging called by U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan, D-St. Louis. Two of the people … Continue reading

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Plantation Politics and Black Republicanism

The photo of the men above illustrate part of the reason I made my transition from the plantation of the Democratic Party on which many Black Americans continue to languish. These men elected during the period of Reconstruction were the … Continue reading

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