Read Part II here. When it comes to the news media, or the media in general, those on the right distrust it intensely. They question virtually everything about it or just oppose it altogether. On the other hand, those on the left admire it. They hardly ponder about the validity of certain contents while praising […]Read More My Reckoning With the News Media (Conclusion)
Read Part I here. It seems that you’re either right or left, liberal or conservative. There’s no room for any middle ground, original opinions or thoughts or compromise. When I dealt with right wing trolls, I was accused of being a liberal or a leftist because of my thoughts regarding certain topics, race being the […]Read More My Reckoning With the News Media (Part II)
This has probably been the longest I’ve been away from my blog. I had to get my thoughts together and my soul right, or right enough, before I come back for another entry. I honestly didn’t know what to write as it seems like I’ve said pretty much everything in relation to race relations. Of […]Read More My Reckoning With the News Media (Part I)
I’ve expressed my support and criticism regarding “Me Too” and “Times Up”, particularly how the who revolve about race. Although, I must admit that I’m weary of what the movement is basically about: believe the victims. The crime of rape, sexual assault or any related crime is heinous, no doubt. It shouldn’t be defended or […]Read More Opinion: Believing the Victims: My Thoughts On These Words as a Black Man in America
Former vice president Joe Biden has gotten his Me Too moment when he was accused of touching women (sexual abuse in some cases) in a creepy way. Seven women (as of this writing) came forward to disclosed that Biden touched them inappropriately and made them feel uncomfortable. One of whom is former Nevada State Assemblywoman Lucy […]Read More Quick Thoughts: Joe Biden and the Allegations of Inappropriate Touching
I got a request from reynagirl14 to write about why people, men in particular, refuse to feel for victims of violence against black women. She observes that the media doesn’t “pay attention and whenever they do pay attention, the media place racist stereotypical labels on the Black victims, and the police tend to look the […]Read More Why is there no sympathy for black female victims of crime?
WARNING: This video contains some language that may be offensive to some viewers. If you don’t want to watch the video, the summary is below. First of all, I apologize for those of you who watched the video and feel like your soul has been tainted by listening to Carlson’s childish chatter. Second, these comments […]Read More WATCH: Media Matters Uncovers Past Tucker Carlson Interviews Showing Off His Misogynistic Ass