Category Politics

The best of Chauncey DeVega: Flashback to the 2012 election

Memory lane again. I went searching for this exchange (the comments on this post) because it demonstrates the Neo-Black perspective as exemplified by Chauncey DeVega at the first blog I ever participated in. I post it here so I won’t have to search for it again when I’m contemplating quintessential DeVega.  The quintessential Neo-Black When […]

Why I didn’t vote for Hillary and will never vote for a Democrat again: Barack Effing Obama

Eight years of bullshit The Democratic Party Must Die I am so glad to hear this. There are evidently a lot of black folks that feel like me. Barack didn’t do a thing for black people. He actually did things that worsened the black situation. Right on, Milwaukee! Fool me once shame on you. Fool […]

Vote for Trump?

God bless you, HA, one of the best political analysts on the Web, but I will never vote for Trump. He’s almost as racist as Hillary.   Caveat: If he mounts a real war against the Deep State and not let them use him as a puppet, I would consider it. But not if he […]

Things are sizzling now: What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it?

Remember around this time last year? I was over at Abagond’s predicting Russiagate’s evolution into Obamagate. I cited Pat Buchanan: For what benign purpose would U.S. intelligence agents spread secrets damaging to their own president – to foreign regimes? Is this not disloyalty? Is this not sedition? On Jan. 12, writes Henninger, the Times “reported that […]

QOTD: My word is garbage

My word is garbage. Corrupt politician Jeremy Jamm from Parks and Recreation TV show Sounds like America’s foreign policy. Could have been spoken by Uncle Sam himself. I literally laughed out loud.

QOTD: Traitorous voters

Listen up, Obama voters. Hillary voters. Trump voters. In Malcolm’s words: We must understand the politics of our community and we must know what politics is supposed to produce. We must know what part politics play in our lives. And until we become politically mature we will always be mislead, lead astray, or deceived or […]

I never thought I’d have cause to be proud of a Republican: You go, Bob!

Corker to vote no on GOP tax bill Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said on Friday that he will oppose the GOP tax plan, making him the only GOP senator currently expected to vote no.