The politics of black outrage

Sep 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

It should be said that all people enjoy fashioning themselves as the truly aggrieved. The idea that black people have cornered the market on something as ancient and human as playing the victim or using companies is laughable. I am thinking of Preston Brooks beating down Charles Sumner for insulting the honor of South Carolina–and […]

Eating your watermelon in front of white people

Sep 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

There are always two classes of people which we can never meet and change. Hence,it is no surprise that these two classes in our society will possibly have similar perceptions and point of views. There will always be the rich people and the other class which is beyond poverty line. Indeed, the former class will […]

Sorry To Keep Harping On Sullivan Folks…

Sep 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

Due to this terrible prophecy stating: Perhaps it has been forgotten to consider the probability of how Obama’s (or maybe McCain’s) political loss from Hillary could affect the socio-cultural aspects of the country. I’m not saying that a winning will happen because the message of Clinton is far more swaying than that of Obama’s; it […]

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 […]

Ranting into the ether? Really?

Aug 2nd, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

WASHINGTON — It is a tradition at many kitchen tables to yell at the newspaper. At John McCain’s kitchen table, it is becoming a tradition to yell at one paper in particular: The New York Times. The latest dustup between the Republican presidential candidate and the “All the News that’s fit to Print” big-name newspaper […]

From the department of “Stop whining and do your job”

Jul 26th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

Adam Nagourney premised on the idea that the mere existence of Obama should immediately ameliorate centuries of race conflict. Full Version Around midnight on July 16, New York Times chief political correspondent Adam Nagourney received a terse e-mail from Barack Obama’s press office. The campaign was irked by the Times’ latest poll and Nagourney and […]

Was Marvin Gaye a libertarian?

Jul 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

Here is what I offer you to think about today: By one pressman: I noticed that Marvin’s politics were marked by a strong aversion to taxes (“natural fact is/Honey, that I can’t pay my taxes” and “There’s only three things that’s for sure, taxes, death and trouble”), a disdain for foreign occupation (“Father, father we […]

The damage done

Jun 4th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

The gender gap in Pew’s poll is huge — 17 points among women in Obama’s favor, and only four points among men in McCain’s. And Obama has a double-digit lead in the swing states. Quinnipiac’s latest set of swing states polls finds Palin with a net negative impression in several states, including Florida, where she’s […]

Veepstakes Continued

May 25th, 2008 | By | Category: Economy

Don’t Do It

May 23rd, 2008 | By | Category: Economy