There is significant discourse on political correctness. Some argue we taken it too far. Others say we have not gone far enough. Although some people may have taken this construct to the extreme, there is substantial justification for tailoring one’s language (and behavior). Words hurt, and the negative effects can stay with you for years. The use of offensive language continues. Three examples of such terms are: • Tribalism, • Banana Republic, and • Voodoo Economics. Joe Scarborough of Morning Jo
Classism,The Roots of Trump and Sanders Popularity
"Classism is the systemic assignment of characteristics of worth and ability based on social class. It includes individual attitudes and behaviors; systems of polices and practices set up to benefit the upper cl
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12
As the political circus plays itself out, thinking people can see the psychopathy, mendacity and hypocrisy of this culture on full display in living color. The crass quest for power and the weaknesses and corrupti
Chicago's Police Homan Square Secret Detention, Abuse and Interrogation Center
[By Junious Ricardo Stanton] "For numerous decades the United States has engaged in both high intensive and low intensive counterinsurgency and counterterrorism wars around the globe. But now in the twenty-first century all those same black ops wars have come home to roost right here in the land of the no
I have been asking and will continue to ask, where are the Black Republicans? Race will be one of the top issues in the 2016 elections and none of our presidential campaigns have any Blacks in the media representing their respective campaigns.
Why in the hell do Republicans continue to have white staffers try to address racial issues within the Black community? Are these campaigns really that stupid?
Black Republicans have absolutely no presence in the media when
The Ministry of Foreign Relations says that the increase in drug trafficking in the DR is the result of demand for drugs from the United States. Foreign Relations Minister Carlos Morales Troncoso was reacting to a statement by the US Embassy charge d'affaires Christopher Lambert who recently commented on the participation of drug trafficking in the Dominican economy.
Morales said that if there is an increase in drug trafficking here it is because of the large demand for drugs in the US, as report
THE REPUBLIC OFNEW AFRIKA IN THE NEWS[Excerpt from The Newport News, Volume 2 Number 4 June 1983] Republished in The Words Acts and Deeds of Khalifah: A Selection of Writings of Khalifah 1982 to 1992”No Rights Reserved: circulate freelyBy H. Khalif Khalifah……..- News Analysis….Part OneThe RNA, Republic of New Afrika, has been very much on the minds of the general U. S. population in recent months. This is mainly because of the aborted “Brinks robbery” in Nyack, NY in the fall of 1981. But the st