Browsing All posts tagged under »memphis«

Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder Missed the Mark in Memphis

December 9, 2014 by


Out going USAG avoids the real issue (#KillerCops) for a discussion on police and blacks relationship, helping black boys cope with a lack of education, jobs, and a decent quality of life, while touting the POTUS’s My Brother’s Keeper organization. I’m simply exhausted from the years of listening and hoping that one of these so-called […]

Resolution Naming Memphis Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial City

February 22, 2012 by


MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL CITY Whereas Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4, 1968…  Whereas no appropriate monument dedicated to this architect of a better United States of America is currently erect in Memphis, Tennessee…  Whereas Memphis, Tennessee is predominantly populated by people of color, yet there is not one definitive […]

Black Family, Homosexuality, and Memphis: What’s in The Mix, Really?

May 11, 2011 by


This is a real and interesting topic; when I posted several days ago, “If there is a devil then, he lives in Memphis.” I told the truth.   Almighty God allowed me to discover the devil and who it is.  I’ll tell you its identity at a later day and time but now, let’s talk about […]

Two Thumbs Up; Redd Velvet!

October 23, 2010 by


Redd Velvet; a soulful jazzy rhythm and blues performer will cause you to reflect on whether her music is 21st century or days gone by.  She is a powerful deliverer of a musical expression that causes her audience be in a state of captivity.  She works the audience reeling them into where they really want […]

Jessie Dotson Convicted Mass Murderer

October 11, 2010 by


Jessie Dotson found guilty on six counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder in a March 2, 2008, attack at 722 Lester Street, Memphis.

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 […]