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  • Uh oh, Dr. Boyce Watkins: Your ‘Intellect’ Is Being Questioned, Especially Where POTUS Is Concerned!

    Apr 23, 14 by Brainuser1 Leave a comment

    *As a political analyst and social commentator, Dr. Boyce Watkins must know that he hasn’t made a lot of friends. Controversial figures rarely do. But it is his seemingly constant flux of uncomplimentary jabs at president Barack Obama that now has one writer questioning the scholar’s intellect and blatantly accusing him of being ignorant, having […]

  • Don Lemon’s Message to Chris Brown: ‘You Go to Jail Alone’

    Oct 31, 13 by Cory Alexander Haywood 7 Comments

    *The chickens might soon be coming home to roost for confrontational singer Chirs Brown. It wasn’t long ago when Brown was introduced to the music world as a squeaky clean, straight-laced, baby-faced second coming of deceased pop icon Michael Jackson. However, that once-promising kid has grown into a wayward young adult with a laundry list […]

  • The Bridge: The Giving of Thanks

    Nov 22, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *“We didn’t land on Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Rock landed on us.’ –Malcolm X The above quote from Malcolm X is in reference to the celebration of the Pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock in what they would call New England, ultimately creating the Mayflower Compact and laying the foundation for the United States. Malcolm used this […]

  • The Bridge: Africans in America–A Bloody Fight

    Nov 1, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *In America, many of the most ignorant citizens pretend that African Americans came here as slaves and never contributed anything to the nation. Even as slaves, Africans contributed by literally building the new nation. This racist view leaves way for the lie that African descendants left slavery and became a burden on America, languishing in […]

  • The Bridge: Extension of Slavery

    Oct 18, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *No other people in the world have the ugly history with a nation as African descendants with America. We were once property and instead of becoming truly free, we allowed ourselves to be duped into a game of make believe, pretending to be free, but having none of the intrinsic mobility as a group that […]

  • Janet Hubert: The Angry Black Woman – Myth or Truth?

    Sep 29, 11 by EurPublisher 27 Comments

    *There is no doubt that I am a black woman, I am probably what is considered to be a real black woman, kinky haired, so called now described type 4 with no real curl pattern with which to classify it as good hair. I am hearing this term again and again, not just from whites […]