Dead on Arrival, Why Kamala Harris Shouldn’t Be the Presumptive Presidential Nominee

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 […]

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A Requiem for Black Intellectualism

Michael Eric Dyson penned an essay paying homage to the black digital intelligentsia in 2015 that paid homage to names that had some level of household recognition amongst black folks as well as some non-black circles naming people such as Ta-Nehesi Coates, Jelani Cobb, Melissa Harris Perry, Marc Lamont Hill, Jamilah Lemieux and Salamisha Temet. […]

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One Month Later

One month later… There’s not a whole that has changed monumentally surrounding the start of the Obama’s second term living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.  For what it’s worth, everything, from my point of view has continued on as normal.  The Republican party seems to still be the party of No, tempting the fate of this […]

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The Bias of Mainstream Media

Anyone who reads this blog with any level of consistency knows where I stand on the hot-button topics of race, religion, politics and anything else that can be devoured in the context of cultural criticism.   Most people know, I self-identify as a Democratic socialist at the heart of my political being–meaning I support the idea […]

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