Obama Misspells Respect, Wonders Why He Gets None

Aretha Franklin showed up to sing at a White House hosted dinner titled “Women of Soul,” and while Obama was introducing her, he said: When Aretha first told us what R-S-P-E-C-T meant to her, she had no idea it would become a rallying cry for African-Americans, and women, and then everyone who felt marginalized because […]

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Super Bowl Ads, Multi-Culturalism, and What it Means to Be American

Super Bowl ads usually stir up controversy the way the Grammy’s always do: with decency-insulting displays of poor taste. Not this year (aside from the halftime show, anyway). Take for instance the Coca-Cola commercial that won the award for “Super Bowl XLVIII’s Most Controversial Ad.” Yawn. I can’t believe people were upset over this one. […]

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Literally Meaningless Signs at Mandela Memorial

The interpreter for the deaf at the Nelson Mandela memorial service held in South Africa was apparently a fake. He was not signing in any recognized sign language. He was apparently just waving his hands in the air; his gestures meant nothing to anyone but himself. Bruno Druchen, the national director of the Deaf Federation […]

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After Four Months, Black Supremacist Ayo Kimathi Still Employed by DHS

About four months ago, the DHS found out that Ayo Kimathi, one of their employees, was an avowed black supremacist. Kimathi runs the website “War on the Horizon,” where he posts a bunch of hilariously inflammatory “pro-black” news and recommends the assassination of black-skinned traitors (Uncle Toms) and white people. For some reason, I can’t […]

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How to Celebrate Diversity without Causing Division

In what is now called “The Pound Cake speech,” Bill Cosby made a lot of enemies for himself in the black community by criticizing, even mocking, what he saw as destructive, ignorant, asinine aspects of “black culture.” Critics of the speech claimed that Cosby was criticizing poor people in black communities more than black culture […]

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