Because the administration of Trump was a veritable dumpster fire even before the inauguration, the Democrats never had the usual trial by fire and public shaming that the losing party normally gets. There was never an opportunity for the Democratic party to listen to its constituents and perform a full autopsy on just how catastrophic […]Read more "Dead on Arrival, Why Kamala Harris Shouldn’t Be the Presumptive Presidential Nominee"
This election cycle has been quite the snoozefest. I’ve mad this observation more than once on Twitter and also in a few posts that I’ve done over at FWD Nation as well. This is an election where we lacked the novelty of an (Half)rican American candidate being the first nominee of a major party. We […]Read more "Why I’m Still Not Voting Republican"
Every once in a while, the news cycle of the life and times of the goings-on of America produces a completely blog worthy week–and usually that’s the week or so I didn’t blog. For long, long time readers, you all know that last week was a wonderful week to be a blogger. From Roland Martin getting […]Read more "Uppity Updates: Week of February 5, 2012"
I was perusing HuffPo late last week and came upon a question posed by commentator Martin Bashir posing what I thought was a thought-provoking and appropriate question: Should Herman Cain resign from his post as associate minister at his home church? To be fair, Bashir was positing this thought prior to Cain’s “suspension” of his […]Read more "The Good Reverend Doctor Herman “Feelgood” Cain: To Minister or Not to Minister?"
Let me just be up front and honest: I don’t like Herman Cain. Granted I dislike his opponent Texas Governor Rick Perry even less, and Rep. Michelle Bachmann has devolved into a “Love Boat” joke, I just really don’t care for Herman Cain. His politics seems to hearken back to a Brady Bunch or even […]Read more "Herman Cain, the Magical Negro…and Other Topics on Ontological Blackness"
Yesterday, December 7th, President Barack Obama let it be known in his press conference that he was in favor of extending the Economic and Jobs Growth Tax Reconciliation Acts of 2001 and 2003 respectively, colloquially known as the “Bush tax cuts,” that were set to expire on December 31st. This was a highly controversial plan that […]Read more "Premature Autopsies: The Obama Administration"
I went to go see “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 1” today at the local IMAX theatre. I figured that if I was going to spend $11 on a regular ticket at a downtown theatre that’s closest to me, I might as well go to see it in IMAX. So, I saw the […]Read more "When Fantasy World Hits Home: A Social Gospel of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (and another novel I read as well)"