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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 […]

Real Blues Featuring Bobby Rush on Beale Street 2

June 14, 2011 by


Bobby Rush receives his blues note to be permanently affixed in stone on world-famous Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Bobby Rush plays for a captured audience prior to accepting his brass note. He took up position on the front porch, old country-style, of world-famous W.C. Handy‘s house on Beale Street; a fitting venue for this man of the […]

Ernest Withers, Job Well Done!

September 14, 2010 by


Today, a strong debate held on AM1180 WPLX, Thaddeus Matthews’s radio talk show, about the revelation that FBI informants infiltrated black organizations during 60’s and 70’s was resolved.  Mr. Ernest Withers thought to be a FBI informant is not an issue of concern within the African American community.  Mr. Withers (deceased) and his family will continue […]