Category Archives: Black

NYT: “Mourning My (((White))) Husband in the Age of Trump”

Every single unrelenting day, the NYT features at least one story or op-ed designed to say “white people are evil”. There are several today. One is an op-ed titled “Mourning My White Husband in the Age of Trump” by Erin … Continue reading

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Post-Racial Royal Wedding = Rorschach Test

Much like the election of Zero, the Post-Racial Royal Wedding™ has become a Rorschach Test upon which angry progressives can project their Id, with all its fears and desires: Among the group of black women with whom I watched the … Continue reading

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Getting Thrashed by the Thrasher

Biracial people tend to possess, ironically, a lot more ‘black anger’ than full-blooded blacks. Furthermore, it often seems that the angriest are gay biracial black men. Sociologists ought to look into this phenomena to see if there’s anything there, but … Continue reading

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A Conqueror’s Freedom

From “I’m Not Black, I’m Kanye” by Ta-Genius Coates: [Kanye] West calls his struggle the right to be a “free thinker,” and he is, indeed, championing a kind of freedom—a white freedom, freedom without consequence, freedom without criticism, freedom to … Continue reading

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Starbucks Incident = How Tenuous Safe Spaces Can Be

The LA Times prints a black op-ed about the StarbucKKKs incident, which is apparently right up there with the Rosa Parks incident: “I admit, I have been lulled into believing that Starbucks is a safe space, too. I’ve camped out … Continue reading

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I Am Enough

Just published is the children’s book I Am Enough by Grace Byers and‎ Keturah A. Bobo: I Am Enough is the picture book everyone needs. This is a gorgeous, lyrical ode to loving who you are, respecting others, and being … Continue reading

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On Wrinkles & Furrowed Brows

Back when I saw Dunkirk in the theater, they had a preview of the upcoming A Wrinkle In Time, directed by Ava DuVernay (the angry black woman who also directed Selma) and boy did it look atrocious. Trendy P.C. casting (now a new … Continue reading

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Black Girls Rock!: Owning Our Magic. Rocking Our Truth (2018)

Just published today! Empower yourself, girlfriend! And remember: there’s not the truth, there’s our truth! (The book’s cover photo has got to be the largest Afro hairstyle ever captured by a camera.) From Amazon: From the award-winning entrepreneur, culture leader, … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Korryn Gaines

Another black behaving badly, killed by the poh-leese, and then the dead black’s family are made millionaires at the taxpayers’ expense. (“Baltimore County jury awards $37M to family of police shooting victim”). You read that right: $37 million. And then … Continue reading

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Kehinde Wiley’s Favored Symbols

Kehinde Wiley, the flamboyantly gay, Afrocentric ‘artist’ who delivered the hilariously awful Obama portrait, inserts sperm imagery into his paintings. See the right side of Obama’s temple, in what looks like a vein. From a Quartz piece on another Wiley painting: … Continue reading

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