In case you may have tuned in late, there is a new breed (or, maybe not so new breed) of fool that is sweeping social media. No, I’m not referring to those who get their kicks from following what is posted along the funky electronic frontier. Whom I am pointing at in my writings for the month are the new fools—otherwise known as ‘Social Media Influencers’.
Sadly, Social Media Influencers (SMIs) think it cool to act a fool—and are shocked that they are paying such
Early in 2023, the damage from the pandemic and ‘shutting down’ of public education for the last few years was exposed to the public for the very first time. The under-education of Black youth in major, Democrat-controlled cities across America became apparent. What is truly sad is that the funding of public school teachers—and their unions—reached astronomical levels because of two words: “Covid Money”. Unfortunately, the watchdog mechanisms built to keep an e
Recently, I happened to see on my local TV news one of ‘those’ stories featuring a young Black man, about 21 years old, who was in one of ‘those’ local grass roots programs to keep young people away from crime. Their ‘unique’ idea was to play games, ‘listen’ to his complaints about life, and basically give him a ‘warm’ feeling about staying ‘mediocre’.
Back in the not-so-distant past, a young Black man at the age of 21 was one year away from graduatin
One of the things I learned while job hunting many years ago (during yet another economic downturn) is that you need to ‘turn off’ the mainstream mess (MSM) because the ‘talking heads’ will cause you more harm than good with their steady stream of bad news. Therefore, following that advice, I’ve decided to supply some good news on the youth front.
STILL PAINTING ALL OF OUR YOUTH WITH A BAD BRUSH:
It’s not that hard to turn on the news or get your ‘dai