Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reverse the Polarity

Atlanta, Birmingham, New Orleans: Miniature South Africas The United States of America is nothing more than a loose confederations of present-day South Africas, with tax-paying (white people) serfs keeping alive once-thriving metropolises that, were they left to stand on their … Continue reading

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Living in America

Maybe it was when Clint Eastwood said he cried the night Barack Obama was elected (in reference to his being the first Black president) that something inside me said I should leave. But it was as balloons and glitter fell … Continue reading

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The Dome is Still Tarnished: Notre Dame, Criminals, and Lower Academic Standards for Black Athletes

PK Note: In a week or so, the most personal book I’ve done yet (Opiate of America: College Football in Black and White) will be released. Tomorrow, SBPDL will publish an article on Paul “Bear” Bryant that will correctly argue … Continue reading

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Omni Consumer Products (OCP) Couldn’t Save Camden Now

It might be time to start a private security firm… An interesting week in Black-Run America (BRA) with one of the nations most dangerous cities, Camden, ditching its police force (One of most dangerous cities in US plans to ditch … Continue reading

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Cleveland 1968: The Year McDonald’s Went 365Black

<!–[if !mso]> st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> In John F. Love’s book McDonald’s: Behind the Arches, we are introduced to a story on p. 359 that serves as the genesis for that company’s decision to go 365Black: The first, and one of … Continue reading

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Let Them Die

Remember, of Chicago’s K-12 Public School enrollment (just under 415,000 students), 40% are Black; 44% are Hispanic; and only 8 percent are white. Heather Mac Donald recently wrote at City Journal (Undisciplined, Summer 2012): Arne Duncan, of all people, should … Continue reading

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Baltimore Gets Hairsprayed — Al Jazeera Documents Life in 65 percent Black City

Not a big fan of The Wire; nor am I fan of the musical celebrating the desegregation of Baltimore, Hairspray. However, the recent documentary on 65 percent Black Baltimore by Al Jazeera (Fault Lines: Anatomy of an American City) is … Continue reading

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