by Kidman J. Williams There is a huge resurgence in Elvis Presley’s popularity with the Baz Luhramann movie “Elvis” starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler as The King. There has also been a considerable amount of surprising backlash from some so-called influencers and Rolling Stone and their pretend-time music journalists. […]
Decades later I read how Ali unloaded the same hot question he threw at me when he encountered other white reporters during his legendary career and life fighting racism and oppression.
In the past week Lithuania has declared that Russian goods that are sanctioned as a result of the current Ukrainian conflict will not be permitted transit through Lithuanian land. Belarus and Russia have made several threatening statements in response.
by Kidman J. Williams Roe v. Wade has been in effect for nearly 50 years. Now in a 6 – 3 decision our Right-wing slanted Supreme Court has removed a woman’s choice. Those rights were not taken under consideration and were seemingly imposed by religious beliefs, opinions, and principles; all […]
News coverage of Roe’s demise is harrowing, from left to right. Coming on top of the Supreme Court’s decision on “Concealed Carry” of guns, there are a lot of upset people right now. Forget COVID and Ukraine, this is The Topic.
by Kidman J. Williams Zippity doo dah, gabba gabba hey, my oh my Punk will be a Hell of a pay day. Little fudge of the truth here and checks are coming to stay. Zippity doo dah, gabba gabba hey! I’ve had mixed feelings about watching a Sex Pistols miniseries […]
I firmly stood my ground in the face of the most relentless propaganda campaign in history. Endless messages in the media. Scorn and ridicule from close friends and family. Shamed and called immoral. Isolation and loneliness. Missing special events that should have meant a lot in my life and that can never be recovered.
Writer Karene Horst shares her twisted perspective on relationships and the scars they leave behind with the first chapter of her novel moving men.
“Most Americans Don’t Want Biden or Trump to Run Again: Poll.” The laughter returns. This is what happens if you read too much news. It’s like mad cow disease starts eating up your brain.
The car that stopped for me was decidedly funky, old and beat up. A beach cruiser, we used to call them in Hawaii. I fearlessly threw my pack in and jumped in the back seat. In the front seat, two rastas sporting huge wild dreadlocks looked at me with expressions bordering on disbelief.