Monthly Archives: July 2011

"Be Cool": The Death of Black Middle Class

Be Cool, Black people, in the face of BRA’s Demise More and more “flash mobs” “Mahogany Mobs” are transpiring around the nation. It’s not a question of if, but when the wrong store is robbed by a Mahogany Mob and … Continue reading

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Captain America and Whiteness: Available for Kindle

Quick update: Traveling right now, so haven’t had enough time to update a few posts I jotted down in a notebook on the flight. Captain America and Whiteness: The Dilemma of the Superhero is available for Kindle. After what happened … Continue reading

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Nancy Grace: All that’s Wrong with the World (and yet, All that is Right?)

Having some free time as of late, I decided to read up on the Casey Anthony trial. Not one to watch Fox, MSNBC or CNN (unless I’m stuck at in an airport terminal where CNN always seems to be on, … Continue reading

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So Much To Do… and So Little Time To Do It

Some days you just get too busy to make much of an impact. Today was one of those days. Anyways, finally got Captain America and Whiteness off to the printer. It will be available for Kindle tomorrow and in deadwood … Continue reading

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#45. Power Ballads

There’s something about the 1980s: John Hughes movies were a bridge back to the 1950s; Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics were saving the NBA; Michael Jackson decided his ebony skin needed an ivory overhaul; bands like Journey, Toto, Bon … Continue reading

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A Big "Thank You" to All Readers

A few weeks ago I posted an article called “You had a bad once, didn’t you?” I have been humbled by the the outpouring of support and the e-mails from people offering encouragement. Please know that “thank you” cards and … Continue reading

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"It looked like the government had declared martial law" — How Black events stay peaceful

Black Columnist for Indy Star claims Black Expo was basically a “martial law” event Remember the Indiana Black Expo? It couldn’t be canceled because in Black Run America -BRA- no Black event can be canceled. Instead, massive amounts of resources … Continue reading

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