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The Quick Scan by Mike Ramey



      I happened to be checking out the national news one evening, when I heard an item concerning a letter written to America in 2002 by of all people—the late Osama Bin Laden.  His letter reminded me of a letter written to America hundreds of years ago by the late William Lynch.  The ‘uproar’ over the Bin Laden letter made me laugh because a generation of Caucasian youth are supposedly swallowing the ‘lies’ contained in the Bin Laden letter as ‘truth’—and olde

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The Ramey Commentaries (TM) By Mike Ramey




          In the early 2000s, I served as a Probation Officer for my county Juvenile Court. One of the issues that I regularly ran into was teen suicide.  Those teens involved in gang activity were especially at risk.  Probation Officers received updated training in this area—especially those of us who carried high risk caseloads.  Training was expanded to detention staff, social workers, and others who were involved in the field of juvenile justice.  Signs that

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The Ramey Commentaries (TM) By Mike Ramey


“But evil men shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.”

--II Timothy 3:13 KJV


“Give advice: IF people don’t listen, let adversity teach them.”

--African Proverb


     One of the best quotes I heard to sum up modern liberals comes from Dr. Thomas Sowell, in his description of social justice.  According to Sowell: “Envy plus rhetoric equals “Social Justice”.  Think of this the next time someone (or something) gets ‘cancelled’ by the ‘woke’ generation.  People are sooooo envious of an

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On Line Book Reviews By Mike Ramey

     There have been a host of negative and nasty events surfacing against many colleges and universities of late. Thus, it has become imperative for parents to not only secure the right college for their children, but to make sure that any possible lasting debt associated with a college degree is minimized.

    Have heart dear parent and student as help is on the way! There are remedies and avenues out on the horizon where one can enter college or university and exit with a degree…and no stagger

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     Before we get started with our next installment of this series, I wanted to drop in a few key books that will help men keep sharp during their venture into the political arena. The two books that I have on my radar involved Black conservatives, how politics impacted their lives, and how their families remained strong during their political careers and public visibility.

     One book is J. C. Watts’ “What Color is a Conservative”. The second is Sheriff David Clarke’s “Cop Under Fire”. Both a

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When I was in elementary school, I couldn’t find history books on Slavery.  Regrettably, I was left to imagine what Slave life entailed on plantations in the Big House and in the fields of burning hot sun - the places where Black captives, stolen from the shores of Africa, endured their lives and their fate for generations. 

It’s hard for people to believe that it was GOD’s WILL for enslavement such as ours to fall on a “race” of people who became proverbs and bywords in the “Four Corners of the

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February 22, 2016





Here we are again voting in a presidential election and looking to the descendants of our SLAVERS, nonetheless, to improve the lifestyle of descendants of Slaves with their ubiquitous promises of greater opportunities to equality and an end to racism.   How the heck can these candidates program the racist minds and hearts of our enemies to end race hatred when they are just as gui

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This is a question we must confront, given the most recent executions of Black men at the hands of American police in different states and cities across America, we cannot ignore the possibility that an implied agenda may be in the works. Let us briefly consider some facts that led to the cessation of physical bondage of Blacks by Whites.

1. The overt exploitation of the kidnapped and forcibly enslaved Afrikan grew too unmanageable to the enslavers, contributive to this is the successful rebell

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Once again the United States Supreme Court raises its racist head making clear its convictions and principles for White supremacy and White superiority over Blacks.  We even have a Justice Thomas and his ilk in place to prove it.  This decision on Affirmative Action to uphold  a ban on Affirmative Action for any reason rings true that Blacks have no voice in this so-called system of justice and much less representation in the White H

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Racial Differences When Raising Sons

If you have raised or are raising a son, this article’s for you!

I have a series of questions for you. The first question is: Are there differences between raising a son that is Black versus White, versus Hispanic versus Asian? Would your answer be yes or would you answer no? I would answer yes. As a Black mother raising Black boys, society’s rules are different when it comes to my sons. If my sons get stopped for a traffic violation, they are more likely to be harassed. If they are in unfamiliar

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Egypt Land of Blacks

Kemet (Egypt) is the oldest country in the world as it has at least 6000 years of recorded history - Kemet (Egypt) is centrally located in relation to other concentrated population centers in Europe, Asia and Africa for that Kemet (Egypt) set in the middle of commercial, invasion and migration routes . When we look at the map of the world we can say that Kemet (Egypt) occupies the northeast corner of Africa or the land between the Red sea and The Mediterranean Sea. Its existence is bound up with

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 By H. Khalif Khalifah SEPTEMBER 9, 2011

NAT TURNER LIBRARY, DREWRYVILLE, VA – The eagerly awaited big speech to cure the ill United States economy was delivered in standard, grand, convincing style by President Barack Obama.

“The question is whether, in the face of an ongoing national crisis, we can stop the political circus and actually do something to help the economy,” he said.

 If Barack Obamas’ reference to “we” meant h

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For as long as I can remember, I have had an intense interest in my paternal grandfather. You know the drill, who he was, what was he about, how was he raised, etc. Fundamentally, the reason was that he had died in 1938, which was approximately twenty years before I was born, and when his oldest child (my father) was ten years old. Although I was consciously curious about his life by the time I was seventeen, and began to inquire into his biological roots and the origin of his surname, I met wit

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The Wealth Gap Widens

From the Ramparts
Junious Ricardo Stanton ~                                                       

        “Incomes and wages are not the only places we find staggering inequality. Wealth—also called net worth, measured as assets less liabilities—is skewed heavily, not only to the rich, but to the richest of the rich. Starting with the bottom fifth of the wealth distribution is a group that has negative wealth (in other words, on average, the least wealthy 20% of people in this country owe more t
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