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American History Seems Too Confusing For Schoolteachers?

Schoolchildren we know inform us that history is boring. Given that it is full of more blood, sex, war, disease, invention and politics than any movie scenario, we sat down to consider that. 488 more words


Is Black America A Part Of The United States of America?

In the summer of 2012, Black Enterprise Magazine got a chance to interview President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House. In that interview, he made a comment that I will… 1,181 more words


The Wilmington Uprising

The 2006 release of a report from the North Carolina General Assembly revealed a terrible breach of justice. After I read accounts of the violent governmental overthrow I felt a deep sense of outrage and disappointment. 1,007 more words


A Bigger Picture: Money v. The Vote

 By At The Threshold

Jesus talked about the sins that came of the abuse of money and power more than anything else. The totalitarian abuses of the Roman Empire were at the forefront of his every thought, and those of the people who listened to him. 1,272 more words


I would like you to welcome my Guest Blogger while I work on editing my next book. He wishes to remain anonymous as there has been a threat on his life. 1,133 more words

Fox News is my muse

I’m not one to label someone a racist simply for refusing to acknowledge the racial inequalities that continue to plaque the U.S. – even if I can’t come up with another explanation for such cognitive dissonance. 439 more words


The Struggle

If you knew me before reading this or even know of me you may know that I have been struggling. However, my struggle is just a small slice of the pie. 767 more words