Monthly Archives: April 2010

#46. The Nightclub Experience

J-Kwon put it best in his rap hit “Everybody in the club get tipsy”: here comes the 3 to the 2 to the 1,homeboy trippin’ he don’t know I got a gun,when it come to pop man we do this … Continue reading

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#642. The Uproar over "Thor"

It was said by a man long since gone that, “Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths.” During Black History Month we discussed how cinema presents opportunities for Black people to take on roles that reality seems to continually … Continue reading

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The Obama Effect in Action – The World Kneels Before Barack Obama

The Obama Effect. What is it? What type of power does it have over the masses in not just America, but the entire world? Mein Obama was seen as the Tiger Woods of politics, an individual capable of bringing closure … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the 2010 NFL Draft

Those who eschew professional sports are incapable of understanding how American life in the 21st century operates and how it evolved to be this way over past 50 years. Perhaps no better example of the magnitude of Black Run America’s … Continue reading

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#42. Immigration Reform

Black people have been in America since 1619, brought to this nation involuntarily and against their collective will: The first recorded Africans in British North America (including most of the future United States) arrived in 1619 as indentured servants who … Continue reading

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#13. The Welfare Queen Title

Black people have it pretty good in Black Run America (BRA). Despite being 13 percent of the population, Black people have the benefit of controlling permissible dialogue in the United States by dictating what can and can’t be discussed. The … Continue reading

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#109. The Pat Tillman Story

In 1997 Sport Illustrated ran a cover story where they asked the peculiar question “What Happened to the White Athlete?”: Unsure of his place in a sports world dominated by blacks who are hungrier, harder-working and perhaps physiologically superior, the … Continue reading

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