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Jun 2018 26

More Quotable Quotes on Power

“You should never view your challenges as a disadvantage. Instead, it’s important for you to understand that your experience facing and overcoming adversity is actually one of your biggest advantages.”—Michelle Obama “When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system […]

Jun 2018 26

Welcome To Hassmania!

Located in the lower rungs of the upper bowels of the tighter enclosures of the boroughs of HASSBEN lies the kingdom of HASSMANIA—-once a shining, shimmering city on a hill— now being bum rushed and dip flipped by the tribal Curmudgeons, Ziggabytes, Wallopdytes, Troglodytes and Mythomaniacs and other minor schools of the rapscallion sectors of […]

Mar 2018 23

“Despite How You Have Been Sometimes Mistreated, Your Country Has Not Quit You So Be Careful Not To Quit Your Country!

Much criticism and cynicism flourish these days about where America is truly headed. Some have given up all hope that America will ever become in reality what it professes to be as a nation on paper. The Three Great Documents of Freedom remain the cornerstones of our nation which began as a people centered Democracy […]

Sep 2017 24

The Case for Colin Kaepernick American Not a S.O.B.

The President of the United States of America the most powerful person in the free world made the following remarks the other night in Alabama setting in motion a wave of protests from NFL players across the league. His comments were primarily aimed at African American players like Colin Kaepernick who have openly protested racial […]

Apr 2017 27

A Principle Centered Democracy? Part II

The discussion that Helmut and I had about the need for a principle centered democracy in the previous article veered off into the numerous racial problems preventing American democracy from actualizing its highest virtues and principles. Helmut felt there are still too many racial, class and cultural barriers among Americans for a true principle centered […]

Apr 2017 26

A Principle Centered Democracy?

“We need a principle centered democracy.” “Are you kidding me?” said my friend Helmut. “There is no such thing. Politics is a blood sport. The nature of politics is warfare. Whoever is standing at the end is the winner.” “So you’re telling me that there’s no such thing? You’re telling me that an idea like […]

Oct 2016 25

What Americans Want!

Now that the great Bernie Sanders has endorsed Hillary Clinton for democratic candidate for President and the progressive political revolution will continue well into the future, is America ready for its first female president? My answer is a resounding “yes!” Americans are yearning,  Bernie and Jill Stein notwithstanding, for a serious political candidate who is […]

Mar 2013 01

Why Black History is So Important

There was a time in our nation when Black History was an unknown and unrecorded “commodity”which prompted the founder of Black History Month, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, to select February as the month to annually observe and celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans and black people the world over. Black History is thus  trans civilizational and trans cultural and African-American History is an important aspect of Black History whose genesis and roots emanate from a wide […]

Aug 2012 27

“Seven Questions”

I want to pose seven questions as we consider the state of American Democracy in moving toward the November 2012 elections. Question #1. If  “literacy” tests are now required for African Americans, seniors and others in order to cast their votes, will lunacy tests now be demanded of the people who came up with this bright idea? (Can the new voter […]

May 2012 15

“Marriage Equality Means Abiding the Constitution and Not Conveniently Throwing it Out Because We Religiously or Politically Disagree With It.”

Many Christians in general and black Christians in particular are upset at President Barack Obama for his recent decision to support same gender marriages. Many of these persons have vowed not to vote for President Obama in the November election and refuse to support his future political agenda for America. While as a trained Christian ethicist, I understand their feelings on this subject, […]

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