Archive for August 2008


Aug 28th, 2008 | By | Category: Politics

She’s a very dangerous woman. Most of these people whose outside persona is all about ‘helping people’ are often the opposite. She claims to care about kids. But she stood by as her husband’s admin killed by starvation half a million children. Then, Clinton, someone who thinks of herself as a saint, voted for the […]

Now They Tell Us

Aug 26th, 2008 | By | Category: Politics

Though Bush and other war cheerleaders had spoken of liberating Iraq, their main argument concerned the threat posed by Saddam Hussein. The reason he was such an immediate danger, they said, was that he had these awful weapons and could, as Bush breathlessly noted, slip them to anti-American terrorists at any moment. Yet once US […]

Pour out a little liquor

Aug 24th, 2008 | By | Category: Uncategorized

Because it’s my impression that minorities still have a lot of problems with glass ceilings in a lot of the better professions (like working as lawyers at law firms, etc.) and affirmative action is something that’s pulling black people out of lower economic rungs which in turn leads to a color blind society– more people […]

Things I Don’t Understand

Aug 18th, 2008 | By | Category: Social

I just realized something. I’m pretty sure most of the people commenting online dating haven’t read enough poetry in the past few years to have any free online dating standards whatsover. That’s why the stilted iambic tetrameter of Houseman was brought up by stonestools. And it’s not necessarily bad that people who admit they don’t […]

Another Sista Souljah

Aug 17th, 2008 | By | Category: Politics

I want to hear Diane talk about the everyday theft of taxes Black people been paying into the system. I want to hear all the anguish and outrage over taxes Black people paid while enduring the domestic terrorism that went on after her great grandfather purposely fought in the Civil War to “free the slaves.” […]

A few more thoughts on the celeb ad

Aug 17th, 2008 | By | Category: Uncategorized

As a native of the DC-MD suburbs, I need to come to Honest Tea’s specific defense here. The founders of Honest Tea are members of my congregation and started the business in about as American a way as possible, Seth brewing tea out of his kitchen. And he responded specifically to the elitism charge on […]

Obama pulls a Sista Souljah. Again.

Aug 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Barak Obama

Sister Souljah is a best selling author of hip-hop generation, recording artist, activist, and film producer. She is the most meaningful and powerful person, who speaks to youth and students today.  She advises spiritual, cultural, political, practical analysis economical, and constructive solutions with the precision of a surgeon. Souljah’s thoughts, lessons, words,  and books are transforming the next generation. Once you have heard her […]

From the Department of Pot Calling the Kettle

Aug 8th, 2008 | By | Category: Politics

Toby Keith has released a song that calls for tuff reaction on individual violence. But answering the same way will cause more violence, that will never end: Well a man come on the 6 o’clock news Said somebody’s been shot, somebody’s been abused Somebody blew up a building Somebody stole a car Somebody got away […]

Can we end the Brett Favre romance now?

Aug 4th, 2008 | By | Category: Politics

I really doubt about the consequences of Favre’s come back but I hope they will reach a success. If you cheer for the Dallas Cowboys, then you want Brett Favre wearing a Green Bay Packers uniform this season. That’s because he’s one of the most overrated, overhyped, good quarterbacks of this generation. Yes, he’s a […]

Time’s Up

Aug 4th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

One of the most talented voice of America is moving to Atlantic to cover up the most signigicant events of the nation from there. Lets wish him good luck at a new place. We hope the readers won’t be left for long without his god-like reviews: So, I’m signing off guys–for a couple hours, at […]