Browsing All posts tagged under »Art of Hate Politics«

Relentless War Against the POTUS

January 27, 2013 by


 It’s sad that black Americans can’t get it together even when it comes to a single thing; the Presidency.  Their childish minds sometime elude one another into thinking they can actually see the big picture when in most cases they can’t.  What’s the big picture?  Some think jobs; but what jobs in a dying economy; […]

The Tale of Two General Nathan Bedford Forrest (s)

January 25, 2013 by


Is the American flag flying over Nathan’s head by mistake or is it a diversion?  He would roll over in his grave if he knew that flag was anywhere near him.  He fought tooth and nail to cease its existence and to raise the Confederacy instead.  The bottom line is; it’s not a mistake; but […]

Trayvon Martin’s Memphis Connection

April 17, 2012 by


We have an indictment for second degree murder in the Trayvon Martin case, and the defendant has been jailed to await his trial. The war is not over, but the initial battle has been won, and won with the weapons of voices raised in protest and the persistent will of the people.  The momentum of […]

All Racist, Sexist, and other Bigots are Spayed & Neutered!

January 4, 2012 by


That’s not Occupy Memphis’ sentiments; but racism is a huge problem in Memphis, Tennessee; even black Memphians who are in leadership positions get in on the racist bandwagon.  How bad is racism and the ever charges of racism?  Bass Pro, Memphis’ super star, is affected by its ugly presence.  There isn’t a day that goes by a […]

The “Party of No”

August 8, 2011 by


The Koch Brothers, Tea Party, and far-out conservative Republicans, not on the political spectrum of left-right American politics, are bent on destroying  American’s way of life.  Their whole strategy is to punish those, primarily young white Independents, who voted for President Obama.  Nothing is off the table with this group.  They’ve done what the Taliban and other radicals […]

Is the National Debt an Issue for Black Americans?

July 17, 2011 by


The American people aren’t interested in reducing the national debt, really. They’re welcoming the burdening of their children for a thousand years and aren’t interested in reducing the national debt by about 30%. The American people can’t continue to overlook one of the greatest opportunities in their history: to cut the debt burden on our future.  To free the American […]