Racists are really trying my patience this week. Stop and Frisk was struck down in NYC and the last person I’d think who’d be sad about it would be a minority, Democratic Obama Administration employee and actor, but that’s exactly who is sad – Kal Penn. Kal Penn, Orson Scott Card, and Peggy Noonan are some scared white people. Except that no one has told Kal Penn that he isn’t white lately.
Last night, President Barack Hussein Obama II delivered the first State of the Union Address of his second term. Overall, honestly, I was “meh” with the speech. He highlighted some things that are moving the country forward (thanks in no part to the Republican party), and I liked some of his proposals. I just wish […]
Read this, then read below: 1. STOP THE LIES. The Republican party did not want blacks to be free. They wanted the country to be united again. It had nothing to do with blacks being free. Even Lincoln blamed blacks for the war and told freed blacks to leave the country because he didn’t like what had […]
It’s now a year since President Obama got reelected. Sadly, things this time around for him are worse than before. The backside of the recession hit, we’ve lost jobs and are now going through what Europe is digging its way out of. Gas prices are back down and I’m still employed, but many are not. […]
Fresh off my recent Twitter comment about Michelle Malkin’s anger (she writes so angrily. At least it seems that way to me) and her sending her troops after me (with all of them having 8-57 followers apiece), I was re-inspired to write this blog post that’s been knocking around in my head for a few […]
I listen to NPR most mornings and evenings on my commute to and from work, but I listen to the Classical/Symphony channel on XM most evenings now as work is extremely demanding and stressful this month. It helps my brain unwind while driving from work. On NPR this morning they were reporting on a study […]