Archive for the 'Harpers Weekly Review' Category

Have A Baby By Me?

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Fisty Scent – Baby By Me’ featuring Ne-Yo This is one of my favorite songs right now. The beat is perfect for the nightclubs and whenever the song comes on the women rush to the dancefloor. Ne-Yo on the chorus is of course the murderous element. Despite the fact that this song is a surefire […]

The Face Of Eeeeeee-Vil…

Monday, November 18th, 2013

I feel like George Zimmerman must be related to Cobra Commander because he stays getting freed from jail. Dude has a string of bad behavior that would have landed a Black dude under a jail. Way before he murdered Trayvon. Even after he beat up his wife. The tide seems to be turning on Zimmerman […]

The Central Park Five…

Saturday, November 24th, 2012

The watershed moment which made me realize I HAD to become a writer was the trial of the Central Park Five. These boys were railroaded by a system which fed on the myth of the dangerous Black boogeyman. Sadly they were trapped by the perfect storm of corrupt policemen, inept prosecutors and complicit press agents. […]

If I Ruled The World…

Monday, October 1st, 2012

First thing I’d do is become the CEO of a prison corporation. Prison corporations are contractors of the federal government. That is good money right there. The federal government bailed out Wall Street and the U.S. automakers to the tune of many billions of dollars. If the Fed can’t pay for it then it can’t […]

A Tale Of Two Cities…

Monday, September 10th, 2012

The Barclay’s Center isn’t the only divide between the King’s County haves and the boro’s have-nots. When Brooklyn isn’t a gentrification paradise, it’s a a nativist hellhole. Even the Daily News is peeping game