A Stubborn Irishman’s View: Charlottesville Race Riots

September 8, 2017 Isaac Mcshane 0

I didn’t have a great childhood. I pretend it never happened. I’ve never regarded my hometown as a sentimental location. It does, however, withhold a particular historical significance. My dad got his PhD at the university, the campus of which happened to be designed by one of our nation’s founding […]

#WTF2016

August 3, 2016 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams I envy anybody who’s conscience will allow them to vote for a candidate in 2016. Would it matter anyway? If nobody voted, we’d still have a winner. The candidates leave so much to hate this year. We have everything from Trump being a union busting rapist […]

The Demise of Freedom

May 3, 2015 Mark Linnhoefer 0

Or: the grueling disparity between theory and praxis  By Mark Linnhoefer A recent report in a German online publication caught my eyes a few weeks ago, stayed in my mind ever since, and has by now trickled down to my fingers which are therefore unable to rest until the implications […]

When Color doesn’t Matter

December 7, 2014 GonzoToday 0

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 […]

A word about Racism and the Color of Tyranny

December 6, 2014 Donnie Casto II 0

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 […]