Blog Archives

Blacks in Baseball, 2014 The sports pundits like Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless on ESPN, and others, are in a hot debate about the state of baseball (once their national pastime) and the dearth of the black player. Only 67 … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

I thought I was finished yakking for the year but two items caught my attention; one is really trite but a few folks have been talking about it in this “Season of Joy” One is Santa Claus… is he white?  … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | 1 Comment

    A great man of the World has left us. May he rest in peace. He will be long remembered for his humanity, his humility, his love and his contributions to societies all over the World, believing finally, that … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment

More on Syria Yesterday, I wrote a blog about our President’s actions and his decision to punish Syria (Assad) for using chemical weapons (gas) against the opposition forces and killing close to 1500 men, women and children, not involved in … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment

Greeting to all who were there with me at the unbelievable March on Washington in 1963, the greatest march in my lifetime. Due homage is being paid today to that momentous day in August 1963, and its participants. I am … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment

Been away from this a while  so much to talk about so maybe I start with current events and work back. That being said, first plaudits to a young fellow by the name of Elijah Miles, a Baltimore teen who … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | 1 Comment

To all you expert? lawyers. newspeople and others

To all you expert? lawyers. newspeople and others who think the testimonyby Jon Good was a slam dunk for the defense Helloooooo!! are you saying that Trayvon had no RIGHT or Responsibility to DEFEND himself if he was attacked by Zimmerman. … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment