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.
[Leonard] Cohen was the anti-Trump. Any and all forms of (soul-resonate) poetry stand as a rebuke to the crass reality show con man’s narcissism. US capitalism works as reverse alchemy: it transforms gold into shit-dust.
Without a doubt, empire building via militarism is now a bipartisan agenda. The Democrats’ role: to marginalize leftist voices advocating anti-imperialism.
A white woman of privilege complaining that a BLACK man sexually harassed her? I’d read To Kill A Mockingbird. … I was a bleeding heart liberal. The thought of accusing him, even to just my employer, horrified me.
by Alison Homcy The Shame will never be small enough to cover with the flag the rag covered in blood of your native Brother colored Sister working Neighbor You light the corner the flames spread as rapid as the european rapists obliterating the stolen lands leaving nothing but dark […]
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 […]
art by Ralph STEADman The whole Brexit thing has gone to shit. I don’t care which side you’re on, because it’s all going spectacularly wrong in ways that some had not foreseen. I’m English, in my mid 40’s and have been lucky enough to work in a fair few countries, […]
By: Kidman J. Williams Just recently, well-known feminist warrior Nocturnus Libertus published a photo on Facebook depicting herself wiping her bottom with the American flag. This act of rebellion has sparked the fury of the internet to come down on her. There are some that seem to agree with her […]
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 […]
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 […]