NFL protests: Trump, Pence, Jerry Jones, Roger Goodell, ESPN aint our Daddy

Vice president Pence, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, ESPN, President Trump, NFL Commissioner, corporate America and the .1 percent are all ganging up on a handful of Black professional athletes and a sports personality. Why? Because the power structure knows its history, they know that dissent has a way of catching fire and it already…

NFL Sunday: Hail to the Sons of B’s

While the GREAT DISTRACTOR President Donald Trump called the mothers of NFL players, “sons of B—s,” who dared exercise their right to freedom of expression and have kneeled to protest police violence and racism in this country, he may have just galvanized those who want to live in a just US. The NFL players protest…

St.Louis killer cop partly right, he is only partly to blame

The former St Louis cop Jason Stockley who cold bloodedly killed Anthony Lamar Smith in December of 2011 and was subsequently absolved of his crime by St Louis’ jurisprudence had the unmitigated gall, the temerity, the nerve to say,” everyone wants someone to blame, but I’m just not the guy.” These are the words of…

The Colin Kaepernick dilemna: the NFL really is a plantation

  The Colin Kaepernick situation reveals all you need to know about US Big Business and its most popular non-profit the National Football League. Kaepernick remains unsigned because he stood up against racism and police violence, both of which are important to the rich and powerful in maintaining their hold on US society.   The…

We can and we ought to take the mic!

Last night in a moment captured all over the country and parts of the world, people witnessed in Minneapolis an amazing moment of lucidity, clarity and sense of purpose. My fellow protestors lead brilliantly by John Thompson, Chauntyll Allen, Michelle Gross, Curtis Avent Jacob Ladda, Emily Flower,AJ Cardenas Nekima Levy-Pounds ( who would have been…

Philando trial: The system worked and then rubbed it in! Part I

    Looking back on the jeronimo yanez trial it’s even more clear that It took an amazing amount of nerve for Ramsey County prosecutor john choi to tell the community that “we have to accept this verdict.” He also implied that the trial and the process leading up to it was “fair and impartial”…