For those self-identified liberals who are pushing for a Democratic Socialist society, as it were to be labeled, and who also identify as Christians, here’s some food for thought: If you [we, because I’m included as well] advocate universal health care, fair and equal housing for all, equal wages and salaries and equal educational funding […]Read more "Food For Thought on this Thanksgiving"
For my faithful readers, you all know that I’ve been on my anti-religion kick lately. Or rather, my “let’s reshape religion as we know it” kick. I went out with Soul Jonz for lunch today, me and him talked about some of the challenges of the Black Blogosphere. One of the main challenges he quipped […]Read more "A Challenge to the Black Blogosphere; When the Right Becomes Wrong"
Okay, I’m sitting in class checking my email and I go on Yahoo of course, and we all know my deconstructionist approach to the biblical text, so of course this following story leapt out at me. Don’t expect to hear these Bible stories at church. Cannibalism, rape, a bear that mauls children — this is […]Read more "Should The Bible Be Taken Literally?"
Alright, plain and simple–school’s kickin’ my @$$, and blogging is at the bottom of my to do list right about now. I’m trying not to get any C’s on my transcript. So, up until Dec. 15th, blogs are definitely going to be intermittent without any real form or fashion to them. But make sure to […]Read more "An Uppity Update"
Here’s a quick post. Much shorter than yesterdays diatribe. Again, it seems as though Jeremiah Wright feels comfortable to speak in public again. Although still somewhat of a lightening rod, as evidenced by the fact that it’s news that he made an appearance, whereas for the previous decades of his ministry no one even knew […]Read more "How Did You Feel When You Come Out The Wilderness: Jeremiah Wright Speaks"
I’ve been a proponent of the phrase “Black America” and I’ve used it openly and liberally here in my blog, however I’ve tried my best not to make it proper noun. However most times that is the tacit understanding of the designation “Black America.” The connotation is that blacks living in this country are in […]Read more "Barack and Black America"
Alright, this is interesting, here at this school we have a Brigadier General who’s an enrolled student and I heard he say that isn’t it interesting that on this day as President-Elect Barack H. Obama (yeah, I’m going to wear that out) receives his first intel briefing in Chicago, that historically, as black people, we […]Read more "UNN Fully Welcomes the 43rd Elected President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama, Pt. 2"