This interview with a Black Tea Party fanatic will blow your mind. The level of delusion and indoctrination is frightening.
Last Friday MSNBC Ed Schultz had a town hall in Alabama. He wanted to go to the Deep South and talk directly to the people. He complained about the Right Wing talking heads using a narrative of dependency as well as race bating to create a level of angst within the white community. One wonders […]
Coming across the DailyKOS diary titled Restaurant Asks 25 Black People to Leave Because 1 White Person Feels “Threatened” was depressing. Is this 1953 or 2013? Is this a joke or one of those headlines trying to get one’s attention? That was not the case. Turns out according to the story reported on Live HD […]
Trayvon Martin Killer Found Not Guilty Trayvon Martin did not deserve this verdict. I try to remain race neutral as much as possible as it is hard enough to be listened to outside the veil of the skin. This one is hard. In a gun crazy country, being a man or boy walking in black […]
My first stop in America was a little town called Brenham, TX in 1979. It is home of the Texas famous Blue Bell Ice Cream and Blinn Junior College. My ticket to study engineering in America was based on a music scholarship, but that’s another subject. I was a wet behind-the-ears black kid that spoke […]
This is a sad story of the city where many of my folks still live in. It is interesting that I remember the very building in the picture. In my days in was a huge apartment building with a French façade and well painted. It got worst every single year that I returned to visit. […]
I posted one of my blog posts to our Coffee Party Facebook page today titled “Republican: ‘Good Politics To Oppose The Black Guy’ While Country Suffers”. The piece references a Huffington Post article I found that referenced a January interview done by South Carolina State Representative Kris Crawford. Crawford stated that unlike many of his […]
I must admit that I have a soft spot in my heart for anyone that sticks up for the poor and the middle class. After-all, I do believe I am my brothers and sisters’ keeper. That is the difference between a civilized society and a barbaric society. Can you really watch others suffer and not […]