Betty Shelby, The Killer Cop Murderer of Terence Crutcher, Walks Free

The murderer of Terence Crutcher walks free and is the continuation of a trend in America that is no longer being ignored by many in the masses. While some look to justify all cases of state murder, the apologist mentality is getting weaker. It's getting harder and harder for folks to play the role of state violence denier. Until changes begin happening politically however, this trend will continue.

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FBI Director James Comey Fired! The Russia Connection Just Became The Russia Coverup

James Comey was fired abruptly hours after it was revealed to CNN that subpoenas were coming. The explanation for this firing is weak at best. To many in the court of public opinion (who aren't Trump supporters), it's a sign of dangerous times. Perhaps to prevent an escalation in the investigation of Russian collusion and to replace Comey with a more favorable Trump appointee.

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Melanin Quotes On Its Natural Solar Power

The melanin quotes in this article may lay the groundwork for future research for any aspiring scientists out there who want to work with the melanin molecule. It is the belief by Dr. Arturo Solis-Herrera that melanin serves the same function in humans that chlorophyll serves in plants. He makes the argument that we human beings have our own form of natural photosynthesis that provides us energy independent of ATP.

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We Demand Justice for Jordan Edwards

His name was Jordan Edwards and on Saturday he was killed for no reason at all. Acts of unprovoked state-sponsored violence haven't stopped, they simply aren't being reported as often. State violence, in general, is low-key approved of in America. The police state isn't new, online media has simply shed light on a problem that dates back to the pre-Civil Rights era really.

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Reliving Black Wall Street & The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot

The terroristic destruction of Black Wall Street in 1921 is one of the most horrific stories you will ever learn about. It was located in the Greenwood neighborhood in Tusla, Oklahoma and was burned to the ground in what has been labeled the Tulsa race riot by history. 

While some have tried to encourage black people to forget the past, the continuance and rising threat of right-wing extremism forces us to relive this ugly chapter in American history.

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Why the Black Bourgeoisie Will Always Clash With the Black Radical Tradition

The goals of the black bourgeoisie have often clashed with the black radical tradition and economic black radicalism in general. To truly progress as a people, black people will have to question the underlying assumptions of capitalism as a system that will bring economic equality and close the black-white wealth gap.

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Black Spending Power Is Overrated - The Dynamic Between Black Labor and White Wealth

Black spending power is overrated. There is something much more important that we as black people should be focused on and it doesn't involve building foundations in a system of exploitation so we can further exploit our own people and create a separate class of 'bourgeoisie Blacks' who will undoubtedly show the same disdain for lower class Blacks that 'bourgeoisie Whites' show.

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The Antiwar Movement Disappeared Under Obama - Let's Make It Great Again

The recent developments in Syria have manifested in my mind an antiwar fervor. In this blog entry, I speak on the history of the antiwar movements in America against the Vietnam and Iraq wars, what went wrong under the Obama administration and how to move forward during the Trump regime.

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Representative Steve King and the Normalization of White Supremacy

Steve King continues to prove how much of a racist white nationalist he is and we are here to call him out on it. Toxic rhetoric like the kind from Steve King was once considered fringe, well now proponents of that sick ideology are in the White House and their mindset has been normalized.

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