Tuesday, February 7, 2023


Stephen tWitch Boss Shattered the Myth of Black Suicides.

December 29, 2022 by  
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Researchers also found that the narratives on real or suspected Black suicides were far more likely to use words and phrases such as “questionable,” “nothing” and “no further details.” This further minimized both the impact and the numbers of Black suicides. In trying to understand why Blacks such as tWitch commit suicide, a suicide note is the prime evidence sought and scrutinized. However, again there’s a disparity between whites and Blacks who commit suicide. Whites are more likely to leave a note than Blacks. tWitch was an exception. He did leave a note.

In 2023 Stop Normalizing Anti-Blackness.

December 29, 2022 by  
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Racist violence, whether verbal or physical, is the norm in this nation.  It seems okay for white folks to haze, harass, and demean Black people.  It is unacceptable, and there need to be consequences, not just for those who attacked and hazed Autumn, but for all of those who choose to haze and attack Black children in education systems all over the nation. 

Mother Africa Must Heal Itself — And Not Rely on America.

December 23, 2022 by  
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Finally, African nations must downsize their governments to give the private sector breathing room to innovate and prosper and to diminish the economic incentive for electoral fraud. Governments in most, if not all, African nations dominate the economy with legally protected, bloated, stagnant and corrupt monopolies.

What’s Joe Biden hidin’ about China?

December 23, 2022 by  
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Fauci and Daszak will be on the hot seat under oath when the House Republicans launch hearings in the new Congress.

2023 may turn out to be the year when grieving Americans finally get answers. Simply moving on is unacceptable.

What Cleveland, Ohio has to Offer Tourists.

December 19, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Travel/Leisure, Weekly Columns

Then when it comes to accommodation, there is the Roost Cleveland Extended Stay Hotel to take care of anyone who needs to stay longer than normal. It is a great option and you have to choose your hotel wisely to make sure that you can extend your stay. Preferably to stay in the same room for continuity and convenience. It pays to have booked well in advance to have a nice view when you will be seeing it for longer.

Movie Review: Emancipation.

December 16, 2022 by  
Filed under Entertainment, News, Weekly Columns

Smith is not a consistently strong character actor. Yes, his performance in King Richard was charming and his characterization of the Nigeran pathologist in Concussion was seamless, accent and all. But here, his stiff, brooding portrayal feels obtrusive, his creole patois doesn’t gel and he wears too much makeup. It makes you wish he had been coached to blend into the scenery. Like the very fluid actor Jeffrey Wright does in every role, and particularly in the Civil War drama Ride with the Devil.

2022: ‘An Epidemic of Hate’.

December 16, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

This was very personal advice to my children, but all children must be taught and then continually reminded of this simplest and highest principle. Many adults today are not displaying it, but this remains the great ethical standard all children and adults need.

Politics: We’re At A Dangerous Milestone.

December 15, 2022 by  
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Shame on The Wall Street Journal for its prissy equivocations in declining to define as “lies” repeated falsehoods from the most prodigious liar in U.S. history.

Film Review: Avatar – The Way of Water.

December 15, 2022 by  
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You want the Sullys to find peace. You fully understand that any bliss may come at a price for them and their protectors. Minutes then hours roll by, and when the film ends you only wish for more. That you could binge-watch Avatar for an entire weekend. And with the future arrivals of chapters 3, 4 and 5, that will be a welcomed reality in years to come.  

Bad Decisions from a Floundering President.

December 13, 2022 by  
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Revelations about Biden’s “Bad Decisions” persist. Elon Musk’s Twitter “document dumps” show collusion among government officials, the Biden campaign and “tech sector” officials to suppress conservatives’ free speech.

The most immediate mission for the 118th Congress must be legislative action to protect our homeland and countrymen from adversaries, “foreign and domestic.”

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