How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics publicized the September unemployment numbers. The Bureau reported that unemployment had fallen below 8% for the first time since January 2009. For all accounts, this was stellar news for the country. And, with the report showing that the number of discouraged workers, or those no longer looking for [...]
This is a typical example of how certain groups claim ownership and demand absolute and unwavering loyalty on all things. While I’m voting for Obama, Dash and Minaj are free to think, feel and vote as they damn well please.
Ms. Fatou B. Bensouda, from the Republic of The Gambia, assumed the position of Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in June 2012. Described as “a composed, stately woman with serene features” who projects “confidence and gravitas” and never forgets a name, Ms. Bensouda also has the experience to back up her demeanor.
Voter suppression laws have become more blatantly targeted at Black and minority voters in the wake of the 2008 elections. This article examines the breadth of the varying legislation as well as what litigation has ensued as a result.
Romney won the debate? Well, if lying means winning.
Just one more day. Better get your popcorn ready.
What exactly should a First Lady look like? According to a VA voter, not Michelle Obama. By Jenn M. Jackson
Frequent Fox News contributor and far right political pundit Ann Coulter is promoting a new book, thus we can all expect to get served double doses of extra-hot foolishness–otherwise known as “Quotes from Ann”–over the next few weeks as Ms. Coulter makes her rounds of the media.
Every time this sandwich-hating skinny bee open her mouth I cringe.
The air is rife with the stench of poli-tricks, and sometimes I prefer to read things on my own rather than allow a news broadcaster to inform me of HOW I should feel about a situation rather than providing me details of the situation. The Republicans are beating down political progress by voting against nearly every bill that makes its way into the Senate. The links to some bills are included, so feel free to read at your own leisure and come to your own conclusion.
Find out what this self-proclaimed nerd has on her mind about Mr. Mitt.
Another Blackistani strikes again.
In a way, it can be understood how Americans see all people with varying degrees of African ancestry as being black, but…
Sometimes the branches of a family tree can cross and twist in ways that we may not ever imagine.
It was bound to happen at the Republican National Congress, wasn’t it? Bigots and racists find a comfy, fluffy place to nest in the GOP, and while the guys in charge probably find them annoying and embarrassing, they are tolerated because, frankly, those old geezers need their votes.
Elizabeth Warren, Chairperson of the Congressional Oversight panel and challenger to incumbent Scott Brown for the Massachusetts United States Senate seat, became a youtube superstar when a video of her speaking last year went viral. Warren was the originator of the ‘you didn’t build that’ phrase that President Barack Obama has been taking heat for as of late.
Republicans are saying Biden is pandering.
Since folks keep asking me to read the tea leaves, here’s what I think about Paul Ryan having a black college sweetheart.
I was asked to chime in on the Gabby Douglass daddy situation by my buddy Rico, who runs a show on Livestream. I also finally speak out about a certain black-woman-hating man who has been slandering me for two years. For the curious, here it is. We get into the juicy stuff at around 18:00. Sound may be kind of low, so turn your speakers up.