Wednesday, January 19, 2022

The (Crappy) Year We Just Lived Through.

Tweet ( As this is my last column of 2021, I thought it would be worthwhile to review some of the most important observations I made over the course of an awful year. I hope you agree, and wish you — and our country — a happier New Year. JAN. 5: These past few years […]

No Wonder Why People and Businesses Are Dumping California.

December 27, 2021 by  
Filed under Health, Money/Business, News, Politics, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( In March 2020, when COVID-19 first exploded onto the scene, sports fans waited with bated breath to see which teams, and which leagues, would bow out on precautionary grounds. The answer quickly became clear: all of them. But actions that were more justifiable at that particular juncture, when we knew nothing about what […]

Single Black Women Are The Ones Given Birth To Future Thugs, Criminals, Drug Dealers, Rappers And NBA/NFL Players.

December 8, 2021 by  
Filed under News, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The United States of America is the only country where you find black children been born in a home where there is no father figure, family structure, role model, alpha male and this rapid increase of nonmarital childbearing homes without a male figure lacks the necessary and basic concepts of employment, education, discipline, […]

Actress Halle Berry’s Bruised Premieres at 2021 American Black Film Festival.

December 5, 2021 by  
Filed under Entertainment, News, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The American Black Film Festival  named actress-turned-director Halle Berry its official ABFF Ambassador in 2021. As the fest celebrated its 25th year, Berry proudly showcased her directorial debut Bruised. Normally the fest takes place in Miami, but this year ABFF’s Black films screened on their streaming service Berry’s new film was one of the bright spots. Bruised (**1/2) – “I’m big and you’re […]

MLB’s C-Suite Cowardice.

November 1, 2021 by  
Filed under News, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Last April, when Major League Baseball pulled the All-Star Game out of suburban Atlanta in what it thought was a strident example of the powerful corporate punishment states would face if Republican lawmakers passed laws MLB did not like, its corporate, academic and cultural peers applauded the move. Commissioner Rob Manfred’s decision was […]

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