by Ron Whitehead
“Give me liberty or give me death.”
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
–The Bill of Rights, 1st Amendment
“Pray for the dead; fight like hell for the living.”
When in the course of human events
it becomes necessary for one people
to dissolve the political bonds which
have connected them with another
and to assume among the powers
of the earth the separate and equal
station to which the Laws of Nature
and of Nature’s God entitle them,
a decent respect to the opinions
of humankind requires that they
declare the causes which impel
them to separation. We hold these
truths to be self-evident, that ALL
people ALL people, not just property
owners not just the wealthy not just
the military not just the power-elite,
ALL People are created equal, that they
By: Kidman J. Williams
It is an inevitable fact that men not only pleasure themselves, but we enjoy it. We enjoy it so much that even when we are getting the humpty hump regularly we are still dating our hands. We’ve all known women that tell their men that masturbation is cheating. Well, that’s just not true! It has nothing to do with women. We are just slutty taint-pirates by nature. We as men treat our special man with only the utmost respect and when “he” stands up we listen to our Commander and Chief.
The question that comes up is how much do men masturbate? How many miles does the average man put on his penis in one year? I’m sure the number lies somewhere between muscular jock to mathematical genius. We’re going to take our figures from the average C+, all American, self-loving slacker. Continue reading
How Christopher Cantwell became Neo, awakening me from the paradigms of the Founding Fathers
By: Donnie Casto II
It’s a gray, dreary and rainy day here in Columbus, Ohio. A freezing rain and an evident razor blade wind makes itself known outside the window. My more spiritually in tune friends have often highlighted to me that what can be seen and heard with our eyes and ears, reflects that which can only be seen and heard with the third eye and the heart.
Were we to keep in mind that premise, it’s likely safe to assume for this moment- in the annals of our nation’s history- that we stand in the midst of the winds of a great change. The evident slow death of the second greatest gift the divine powers endowed mankind with next to love- Reason and Conscience.
This is now a society that perpetuates the “Golden Rule” of conduct, while turning a blind eye to its basic ethical morality- all to justify base animal acts with the paradigms that have been used since the foundation of America to terminate and undermine it. Continue reading
By: Ernie Hurt
Not since the turbulent times of the 1960’s, has the issue of racism been on the public’s mind as it is today. Recent events in Missouri and New York have shaken the issue back into the forefront of American’s lives, leaving another trail of pain and frustration for people of color.
The atmosphere is different since the times of Martin L. King and Malcolm X, with alliances of every race standing up for the widespread prejudice. American people of every shade of skin have protested en mass in several major cities for justice and for recognition of the crimes of criminal police. Continue reading
It seems my recent pieces regarding David Hooks and comments about Eric Garner have incited some to the idea I’m trying to ‘stir up’ things by picking and choosing not to discuss black on black crime, police officers getting shot, or just being an obedient slave and allow cops to randomly harass me when they approach me.
What followsare my comments on these issues as well as a statement.
I don’t give one drop of moose piss about skin color. It’s irrelevant to me. The abuse of state and police power is more than about melatonin make-up in the human body. It’s an issue of justice and reason that equally applies to all human beings. If you, the reader have the sole fallacy response of race or skin color, might I recommend in the future a nice warm cup of “shut the fuck up with the paradigm and resist your masters in the media, politics, and the pulpit.” Continue reading