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Weighing the Congressional Black Caucus’ “Police Act” in scale

Let me start this one off by expressing my sincerest appreciation. To the Congressional Black Caucus for laying out the “Justice in Policing Act 2020” bill. A complainer could declare that President Obama should have drafted one as an Executive Order following the murder of Mike Brown in 2014. Who knows? Maybe Hilary Clinton would be the president right now. … Continue readingWeighing the Congressional Black Caucus’ “Police Act” in scale

The History of Violence & Ethnological Discrimination in Europe

I said this in one of my recent blogs talking about transforming victimhood to heroism. Ever since I moved to Europe, I’ve spent a lot of time visiting museums, historical landmarks, and taking in their history. When you step back and look at it, Caucasian history is overflowing with thousands of years of ethological based ferocity and violence. … Continue readingThe History of Violence & Ethnological Discrimination in Europe

African Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live Abroad

African leaders and diplomats can no longer remain silent on issues concerning racism and cultural disrespect towards Africans in the global diaspora. Last year, Al Jazeera journalists went public as tourists, smuggled into the Caribbean islands, and ambushed some of the top government officials to entrap them over the citizenship/investment scheme. Can a Caribbean journalist pose as a tourist in Kuwait, for example, and then use that disguise to accuse Kuwaiti officials of fraud? … Continue readingAfrican Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live Abroad

Liberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash

Isn’t it suspicious how the Liberal side of the mainstream media humiliates Stacy Dash for the end of her fourth marriage? If she was a democrat, they would have painted her as a brave victim. Am I mistaken? Did the lousy press about Stacy Dash’s occur because she expressed Conservative opinions? That’s my observation. Some say the Democrats would only portray someone in a favorable image if that person bolsters their agenda. … Continue readingLiberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash

When You Begin to Lack the 2020 Republican’s Type of Solutions

As I’d stated in my blog about Joe Biden’s economic policies, for guys like myself, who are in our early 40s, our demands go beyond the procurement of affordable healthcare, tuition-free community colleges, or a decent minimum wage. Honestly speaking, can you imagine if Bill Clinton had delivered those in the 90s? What do you do when you’re in 2020, and the unflattering candidate’s economic policy keeps your dream alive? … Continue readingWhen You Begin to Lack the 2020 Republican’s Type of Solutions

The New Animation Movie of John Bunyan’s Time Tested “Pilgrim’s Progress”

Pilgrim’s Progress is the world’s second-highest bestseller after the Bible, the best-selling book of all time. It is a narrative of self-sacrifice, perseverance, hope, and success. Many have used it as a blueprint for their ascertainment to ensue. If you are a Christian, I would say this book is a must-read. Fortunately, there are also films about the account. Here you will find a modern rendition of timeless fiction. Before that, allow me to show my respect for the author, John Bunyan. … Continue readingThe New Animation Movie of John Bunyan’s Time Tested “Pilgrim’s Progress”

Candace Owens, Royce Da 5’9 & Lebron James Crossing Lanes Over Ahmaud Arbery

My anxiety is not over death. It’s to not lose everything I’ve worked for from flipping and openly bodying something, just off the rage. What will my people say? Those who have supported me this whole time. How do you see through the bullshit? From my [Independent] point of view, it looks like everyone (Lebron James, Candace Owens, and Royce Da 5’9) is right in this exchange. … Continue readingCandace Owens, Royce Da 5’9 & Lebron James Crossing Lanes Over Ahmaud Arbery

Top 20 Rhyme Spitters that Banged in my Headphones and Speakers throughout the 2010s Pt. 2

This decade is also when many Hip Hop O. Gz frantically pulled their hair. We even saw our first openly gay rapper. The homosexual vibe was very influential. Grown men who are not homophobic slipped into skinny jeans and blouses. Some new rappers welcomed cross-dressing as a natural trend. If you were not hiding under a rock in the past ten years, you recognized the birth of Mumble Rap. … Continue readingTop 20 Rhyme Spitters that Banged in my Headphones and Speakers throughout the 2010s Pt. 2