Racism in America: Trickle-Down Guilt?
In the days since the horrific events in Charleston, in which a racist, terrorist thug murdered nine people, the national conversation has taken a turn away from the dear souls lost to other things. Namely, the usage of the Confederate flag in South Carolina (and elsewhere), and America’s bloodstained past filled with slavery. This piece is not about the innocent lives lost on the night | Read More »
Leave Stacy Dash Alone: On Race, Ignorance, and the History of Black Group Think
Leave Stacy Dash alone. She exercised her first amendment right to tweet, she can support whomever she wants, and the most important reason above all as to why you haters should leave her alone: She’s all that, I tell no lie the woman is killing it when it comes to being attractive. So back off, and let people vote, you vote, I’ll vote, and we’ll | Read More »
Cain “Makes the Hair on my Neck Stand Up”
Sometimes the most rabid protestors are the guiltiest of the sin they hate. Ulli Ryder in the New York Daily News has decided that Herman Cain is a racist. Ryder believes Cain is guilty of pandering to rich white conservatives and therefore he is furthering old racist stereotypes to the detriment of the African-American community. She thinks there are specific criteria that can determine a | Read More »