Monthly Archives: December 2011

Syria

What will happen to the Syrians? Does anyone care? Continue reading

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Political Maturity

All in all, it is time for African Americans to embrace political maturity. To pick up where Dr. King left off at the intersection of economics, spirit and justice with allies, releasing the past and embracing the challenges of transition. Continue reading

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The Kids Are All Right

I’m having a Cahiers du Cinema moment. I’m finding more life and passion in commercial product, particularly video games than I am in most indie films. And I’m sad about it. Continue reading

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Voting

We’re witnessing the biggest assault on voting rights in years. It doesn’t matter if you’re pro Obama or anybody but Obama, this is much, much bigger than that. Don’t forget Bush v. Gore. Remember the disenfranchised voters of 2008. Get your own registration in order then help someone else. Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

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Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

As fun as M:I-4 was, I felt like I’d wandered into a James Bond film — not the reboot, the dreaded Sean Connery middle period Continue reading

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Clarice Taylor, Rest with the Angels

Clarice Taylor has passed away. Continue reading

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