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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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It’s not “rape-rape; it depends on your defintion of “is” and now this…

How now brown cow? The milk of dissimulation, deceit, and dishonesty continues to flow to nourish liberals souls distracted and defeated by the definite deflation of the rapidly diminishing fortunes of  “Teh Greatest President Evah.”  Fresh on the heels of … 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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Staged outrageous “right wing” terrorism backfires!

The Colorado Democratic Headquarters was vandalized amidst the increasing concern for violence in response to the unpopularity of pending health care legislation.  Predictably the Dems blamed the vandalism on folks on the “other side” stirring things up: Eleven windows at … 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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Not our kind of people

I’ve been puzzling a bit over the last 12 months: my de-conversion from a Democratic voting stalwart into a dyed in the wool conservative, the birth of the PUMA’s and their subsequent decline and fragmentation, misogyny in the media, the … Continue reading

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