The cynicism in Christine Brennan's USA Today article, “Should we believe in Peyton Manning?” is repulsive.
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The Guardian proclaims Lloyd Marcus the Tea Party Movement's most prominent African American. An internationally renowned prolific writer, speaker, singer/songwriter and entertainer, Marcus is seen on Fox News, CNN and more. With 9 national bus tours on Tea Party Express, Marcus has performed his original song, “American Tea Party Anthem” at over 400 tea parties. Marcus is author of Confessions of a Black Conservative: How the Left has shattered the dreams of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black America. Marcus is Chairman of Conservative Campaign Committee,.
On Sunday, MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry made the accusation that the word Obamacare is similar to using the n-word.
How many times must we see this movie before realizing that the ending never changes? Act one: An Obama Administration official is found to be incompetent, grossly negligent, or caught blatantly and arrogantly lying to the American people.
Patriots, I am boiling mad. Certain things should make you angry; a righteous anger. It does not mean I am out of control. The Good Book cautions, “be angry, but sin not."
I know we have bigger fish to fry, but I just can't let this go.
Ed Asner's explanation for Hollywood's silence regarding Obama attacking Syria epitomizes the absurdity and danger of political correctness and identity politics. Ironically, Hollywood progressives find themselves slaves of their own emotion driven brain-dead loon-icy. Hollywood along with Democrats and the mainstream media have declared all opposition or criticism of Obama racist. '
What? No angry black excess baggage? No chip on his shoulder, 'I achieved in spite of white America' rhetoric? Who the heck is this black kid and what planet did he come from?
My brother attended the red carpet premiere of his wife's first big screen acting role at a Baltimore movie theater. Forced to park blocks away in the hood, after the movie my brother asked a friend to drive him back to his car rather than risk walking.
There were school buses parked for as far as my childhood eyes could see. Dad and I were amongst a sea of mostly black faces. The stage seemed a mile away from us. Black movie star Lena Horne took to the microphone. Her speech consisted of heartily yelling one word, but one that drove the crowd wild with delight and applause. “FRREEEDDDOOOOMMMM!!!”
Dad, 85, recently reminded me of an incident I had forgotten from when I was about 10 years old. We ordered ice cream at the diner near our home in a black Baltimore suburban community.
Folks, please follow me on this. As blacks are only 12% of the U.S. population, it is safe to say that white America has made Oprah a multi-millionaire. Oprah's claim to fame has been her ability to transcend race, which by the way, use to draw much criticism from blacks who questioned her racial loyalties.
In the late 1950s when dad broke the color barrier to become one of the first black Baltimore firefighters, it afforded my mother, father, and their four children funds to move out of the projects to a suburban black community.
Okay, so I am watching “Geraldo At Large." The topic is the epidemic of blacks killing blacks. On another program, it was said that 9,000 blacks are murdered each year – 93 percent by fellow blacks. Geraldo's guest, a black pundit, focused totally on indicting white America for not caring.