Fashion Senseless: Memorial Day Edition

The Hello Kitty street-shiv is as cool as the bikini with three tops

Chris & Eddie: A Tale of Two Soldiers

The Mental Health System in the United States murders its patients. This obvious fact slaps most of us in the face every time we walk an urban street. Is this something we want as a people? The fact that this man who gave so much got so little from a system that was supposed to serve him is an outrage. If we really want to honor his memory we will demolish the sham system that killed him and fund a real mental health system.

How the Gorilla Incident Became an Issue of Racism

When do we stop letting conservative media manipulate our hatreds? How is this headline from the Daily Mail relevant to the fact that the boy’s life was in danger?

“Parents-of-four whose son fell into zoo enclosure sparking killing of Harambe the gorilla as it emerges father has a lengthy criminal history – including kidnap and drug trafficking”

If the Father had no criminal history would anything be different?

My question is this: What do you think?



Animal lives matter – over black ones in this nation.

By now, you’ve heard of the tragic story of a four year-old African-American boy who fell into a gorilla exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo. The child was approached by a large silverback  named Harambe. The 17 year-old gorilla started to drag the young boy through the water. The child was screaming for help. His mother Michelle Gregg, powerless to save him, tells her son to be strong and that she’s there for him.

There was no other choice than to kill Harambe in order to save the young child.

It’s hard to have to put an animal down, but in this case it was the only way to save the life of a young child. Sadly, the usual brood of faux-liberal animal lovers see Harambe’s death as a bigger tragedy than the thought of a young boy almost getting killed or that…

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