Monday, 18 July 2016 22:24

Whose Black Life Matters?

My parking lot video has over six million views, spread over multiple sites. That's amazing! Unfortunately, AAA's (Angry African American black folk) have begun to attack me and my family.

This too shall pass...

In the mean time, I've decided to go with re-imagined antiquated terms. Let's start with this one:

Coon (n). term used to personally attack black people who express ideas which dissent from those held by black people who espouse white liberal beliefs; non-objective epithet employed by blacks as a substitute for a cogent and substantive counterargument.

It never ceases to amaze me how toxic dissatisfied black folk can be. If Black Lives REALLY Matter, why do my life and my family's lives not matter? AAA's can't answer that question. The cup of sorrows they drink from is too deep, thier hate too irrational. They can't simply disagree... They feel compelled to personally attack the messenger (and his family) to justify thier own deep insecurities.

They talk of hate when they are the ones consumed by it. They argue that when they say Black Lives Matter they are not saying that other lives don't. But truth be told, lives that hold opinions different from theirs don't matter to them. I always say, "Don't be afraid to be who you is." I mean it. Be honest about who you are – a bitter group that needs to point the finger at others rather than take responsibility for the state of their communities. If black lives really matter, why is the focus not on the high black incarceration rate, the high black abortion rate, the low black graduation rate or the young men who are dying in the streets at the hands of other black men. Much easier to blame cops than yourselves. You run from the inner cities and then blame the cops who live in them 8, 10, 12 hours a day?

Sooo...

GET THE %$#@ OUT OF MY FACE AND LOOK AT YOUR OWN IN THE MIRROR! Like Michael Jackson said, "...and make that change." YOU CAN'T!

I can.

 

 

Published in National Conversation

KQTH talker James T. Harris was in the nation's Capitol on wednesday for the annual Hold Their Feet To The Fire border event when he found himself in the middle of a protest by Democrats who are demanding a vote on the "no Fly - No Buy" gun control bill. Harris, a conservative said he managed to navigate through "the mostly rabid, young, and white crowd under the cover of blackness."

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Local Libertarian activist Mark Spear ran into a little trouble when he tried to attend a Pima County board meeting this week.

Arizona is an open and concealed carry state, however, all guns must be scanned, checked and stored in a locker when entering county property.

Mr. Spear was surprised to learn that apparently the policy also applied to his tie pin!

Listen along and laugh out loud!

 

Friday, 26 February 2016 22:31

My, How Time Flies!

Three years ago, back when we were TV stars!

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