By: Jarrod Horton
This is a touchy issue, but I just want to bring a little humor to it. For a little more serious tone you can read my article titled “Nigga Hate”
1. It can save you an ass whooping
2. They sound corny when they say it.
3. It only sounds cool to people you are cool with
4. They were the Slave Masters of Black slaves and well its sound like they want to take it back to back in the day when they say it.
5. It can save you an ass whooping
Our black political class wants to feed us outrage over the case of Trayvon Martin. But for 3 years the black press, advocacy organizations and the black political class have ignored the Obama administration’s attempt to keep as many unjustly sentenced crack defendants in jail under old and unjust laws as long as possible. Why are they ignoring this, and more importantly, why are we?
By: Bruce A. Dixon
The reminisces of President Barack Obama about being racially profiled in department stores, and Attorney General Eric Holder’s recollections of being stopped for driving and/or running while black don’t matter. These two are not philosophers, contributing to some imaginary national conversation on race. One is the most powerful man in the world, and the other his chief legal deputy. Continue reading
A sex tape that Monica Lewinsky recorded for Bill Clinton at the height of their scandalous affair has leaked, during which the former White House intern is heard planning a secret sexual rendezvous with the president and declaring she is “too cute and adorable” to be ignored.
On the audio tape obtained by The National Enquirer, Lewinsky at one point tries to seduce the commander in chief: “I could take my clothes off and start… well… I know you wouldn’t enjoy that? I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want.” Continue reading
Why Are The Chinese Gobbling Up Real Estate And Businesses In Detroit?
By: Michael Snyder
Dozens of companies from China are putting down roots in Detroit, part of the country’s steady push into the American auto industry.
Chinese-owned companies are investing in American businesses and new vehicle technology, selling everything from seat belts to shock absorbers in retail stores, and hiring experienced engineers and designers in an effort to soak up the talent and expertise of domestic automakers and their suppliers.
While starting with batteries and auto parts, the spread of Chinese business is expected to result eventually in the sale of Chinese cars in the United States.