For Barack Obama, #BlackLivesMatter Only When They Can Be Used As A Prop

“The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words.” – Phillip K. Dick The shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri last August. After the Grand Jury decided that Officer Darren Wilson acted properly according to the situation in which he was placed, President Obama spoke about the decision: “There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are Read more […]

Al Sharpton Found The Next Trayvon: Renisha McBride

What’s this? “Another Trayvon incident”? Let’s say it together: aw, hails naw! Al Sharpton’s flapping his lips about it, so you may have heard about it by now. From Detroit’s CBS affiliate: Renisha McBride, 19, of Detroit, was killed by a shotgun blast at a home in the 16000 block of Outer Drive around 2:30 a.m. Saturday. At a home, not her home. Hmm. Family members say McBride had been seeking help at the home after her cell phone died following a car accident. They say McBride, who is Read more […]

Eric Holder: Blacks Have A Civil Right To Murder

There’s nobody black people love more than black people (and why shouldn’t they?). So it’s totally logical that when Attorney General Eric Holder announces that a civil-rights lawsuit against George Zimmerman is still a possibility, we hear lots of celebratory whoopin’ and hollerin’ from blacks. Zimmerman killed one of their own, after all. In such a time of great racial division as we are currently living, afro-centric websites are among the most entertaining for news having anything to do with Read more […]

Trayvon Martin Controversy: Halloween Edition

A young woman on Facebook posted a picture of her posing with her two friends, the three of them donning their Halloween costumes. Her two friends’ costumes, a collaborative effort, caused a controversy on some social-media sites. Friend 1 appears to be of Hispanic descent and his costume consists simply of a pair of jeans and a black t-shirt with the words “NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH” printed in white letters on the front. Know where this is going? Friend 2’s costume is a pair of jeans, a gray hooded Read more […]

United Nations: We Need to Know if Zimmerman is Guilty of a Hate Crime

What should have remained a local Sanford, Florida story has now reached international status, trumping anything having to do with the U.S. launching a war with Syria. What the UN really wants is for the U.S. to wrap up its civil rights investigation into the Zimmerman/Martin case. They want to make sure our laws are in compliance with “international norms” regarding race-related crimes. Because everyone knows that Zimmerman, a self-proclaimed white Nazi, murdered a poor black child in cold blood Read more […]

What We’re Reading July 29, 2013

We hope you’re having a great Monday wherever you are and that the news we dig up for you this morning helps you navigate the day more efficiently! It’s a busy world out there, and you don’t have a ton of free time to be doing Internet searches for the most important items of the day… lucky for you, we do. We drink gallons of coffee in an effort to stay awake long enough to scour the far reaches of the world wide web in an effort to bring you the most important, useful and useless information Read more […]

The god of Anthea Butler

Immediately after the acquittal of George Zimmerman, religious “scholar” at the University of Pennsylvania, one Anthea Butler, responded that the American god was a “white racist god with a problem” who is “carrying a gun and stalking young black men.” The problem is one of perspective. Ms. Butler views Christianity through the lens of the color of her skin. Many white Americans do the same, viewing their god through a lens of the “American Dream.” However, it is beyond unfair Read more […]

Say Hello to Roderick Scott – the anti-George Zimmerman?

Did you notice during the George Zimmerman trial how the media kept repeating the salacious question “What if Trayvon Martin had been white?” They acted as if this question was the perfect response to Zimmerman defenders. They pretended that this was a question without a “safe” answer, but in reality, the question had already been answered. In April of 2009 Mr. Roderick Scott awoke at 3am to the sounds of three young men breaking into cars on his street. He called the police and went down Read more […]

Media Fail: Only 24% Believe Zimmerman Was Motivated By Race

Everyone knows that the purpose of the media these days is not to report objectively on events or to convey unbiased information. Their job is to give their faithful viewers the “correct” opinion. If they can brainwash viewers into believing that the government really should be this entity that takes care of everyone from cradle to grave, then the socialists in power won’t have to work as hard to implement their goals. People will naturally cry out for more socialism, because it’s what the Read more […]

Jesse Jackson: Get The UN Involved in the Zimmerman Case

The idea of getting the federal Department of Justice involved in what should have remained a local story is preposterous. But Eric Holder announced recently that his department would be opening an investigation and will possibly bring civil rights charges against Zimmerman. We’ll see. Holder may have bitten off more than he can chew, since there isn’t any real evidence that Zimmerman “profiled” Martin because he was black. As over-the-top as it is, getting the DOJ involved just isn’t Read more […]

Zimmerman May Not Be Racist, But America Is

In the most recent yearly accounting, there were 16,259 homicides in the U.S.1 That comes out to more than 44 homicides a day. Even if George Zimmerman had been found guilty of murder for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, that homicide would have been just one among very many. Most homicides barely make the local news. Why should this one be a national tragedy? Why has this case become an icon of American Read more […]2010 was the most recent year I could find for which exhaustive statistics were released. [↩]

What We’re Reading July 16, 2013

Good Tuesday morning ladies and gentlemen. We sure hope the day finds  you well and that you are getting to enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee as you sit down to peruse the day’s morning headlines. We have scoured the internet, searching high and low to find you the very best of what the world wide web has to offer. We are certain that this little list will help keep you informed on all of the most important happenings in our country and around the world! Here’s what we’re reading Tuesday July Read more […]