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The verdict in the George Zimmerman trail has added to the question which has been going back and forth in our legal system since the days of Reconstruction. The question: What is the value of the Black boy in America? George Zimmerman being found not guilty I believe, has sent a clear message to America. That message is, killing an unarmed Black boy in the name of “self-defense” is justified and protected under the law. Zimmerman did not run after killing Trayvon. He didn’t cry out into the night saying “Oh my God I just shot somebody’s kid!” No Zimmerman, according to sworn testimony of those who talked to him right after the shooting, was calm and content. Zimmerman in his … Continue reading →
“Tucker and Neil present a huge opportunity to re-introduce civility to our political discourse. They are mature, sensible men who are very thoughtful and experienced with pleasant senses of humor and do not take themselves too seriously …” Continue reading →
Dear Mr. President, The pomp and circumstance of your second inauguration is over, and the American people are ready to follow your lead, well then again maybe only 51% of us. Stay true to yourself, don’t allow the political tomfoolery of Washington DC deter you or hinder your resolve. The majority of America voted for you, not because of what we feared from a Mitt Romney presidency, it was because we believed in you. Mr. President we still believe in hope and change. We believe in the hope and change of an America where all people, no matter their race, creed, or sexual orientation have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We still believe in the … Continue reading →
But, of course, that’s just the warmup. After a couple paragraphs establishing just HOW CLOSE Lowery is to President Obama, the Monroe County Reporter lowers the boom, that the Usual Suspects can lower the Reverse Racial Boom … Continue reading →
Romney in denial, part 2… “I’m going to win Ohio. I’m going to become the next president, in part because I’m going to have the support of people in Ohio,” Romney told NBC News on Wednesday. A New York Times poll released Wednesday showed President Obama leading his Republican challenger 53-43 percent, but Romney insisted that he didn’t “worry about the polls.” Good luck with that Mitt… Even right wing bloggers see the writing on the wall. And, just take a look at this video to get a feel for what right wing leaning newscasters think about Romney’s campaign. The NY Times reports… Mr. Romney is facing mounting hurdles in these two critical states, which hold nearly as many electoral … Continue reading →
Robert Stacey McCain doesn’t particular care for my reporting. McCain, who runs the blog “The Other McCain”, is one of the increasingly decreasing number of outspoken supporters of Ali A. Akbar, president of a group called the National Bloggers Club. I’ve written a handful of articles on the topic, and he took issue with one in particular – Romney Staffer Committing Charitable Fraud. First of all, he credits other people for my work. Then he apparently feels it’s relevant to include 750 words on Brett Kimberlin, the boogiest of boogie-men to the conservative blogosphere – not to mention someone I’ve never knowingly worked with, talked to, seen or even known much about. When he finally gets back to me, he … Continue reading →
But the 101st Chairborne can’t be troubled to actually do this. Instead, a campaign of disinformation from the same people who brought you the DNC suppression, the “blog about Clint” day and the “SWATting” phony scandal of Memorial Day, who are at it again. Continue reading →