Browsing All posts tagged under »Cornel West«

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; […]

Post-Election Black Americans’ Challenge

November 11, 2012 by


Again, after another historic election that has the world spinning, about the great demise of Mitt Romney, another spinning is happening in the black American world.  Dr. Martin L. King name dropping among wannabe leaders is raging as we speak.  A strange thing about these so-called black leaders is they’ve no clue about the heart […]

What Does Smiley & West with AARP & NEA have in Common?

August 10, 2011 by


Image via Wikipedia Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West are on the “road of discredit” and they seem to have joined the Tea Party ideology against President Obama.  They’re addressing issues, on the road, that seem innocence but, are they really?  These men are working uncover. S & W, not to be confused with the respected Smith […]

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 […]

Philosopher, Dr. Cornell West, Rejected in Groundless Attacks on President Obama’s Record

April 12, 2011 by


I disagree with about 90% of Dr. West’s Al-Jazeera comments.  I suppose that he is highly upset at the President for reasons that might be unspoken and could be personal.  Back in 1994, Charles Boone, Wali Shaheed, Deke Pope and I traveled to Baltimore, Maryland together.  On the way there, we undertook a very interesting subject of discussion.  […]