Everyone is already getting in line for 2016, and from the looks of things America is going to have to deal with another Bush for another election cycle. (Memo to Jeb: Your name will weigh you down like checked bags on a commercial flight.) I am pretty sure that we are going to have a Clinton in the race as well. But 2016 is a long way away in politics.
And speaking of the press, there is some disturbing news coming from over at Essence Magazine. It seems that yet another strong sister [in pic] is being forced out by the corporate suits for not toeing the corporate line. I have said this before but it bears repeating: Until you Negroes in America start owning and controlling your own media outlets, you will always be a slave to Mr. Charlie's message.
Finally, tonight my racism chase takes me to the
"A Texas mom is furious after middle school bullies handed her son a fake invitation to a KKK-themed birthday party 'with lots of fun and games.'
Tahiyyah Howard said that this wasn’t the first time her seventh grade son Justin has been the target of racial bullying. She told ABC News that several white classmates have repeatedly picked on the Tomball, Texas student just because he’s black.
"I'm just, really, you know, sick of it," Howard told KTRK.
In another incident, a female classmate wrote the words “Black Justin” on the board.
'My son was really upset,' Howard said.
Officials at Tomball Junior High School confirmed that the note was written, but said that a teacher picked the note up before Justin could see it. Administrators then contacted Howard and disciplined the two students responsible.
Just them being kids. Just human beings, Theresa Ellis told KTRK.
Falisha Tanner, another parent, wasn’t too surprised. 'That's the norm here,' she told KTRK. 'We are the minorities and we're treated as the minorities.”' [Source]
Ms. Howard, it might be time to consider relocating. Hopefully it's not too late and your son has not already been permanently scarred by the emotional trauma that accompanies experiencing racism and bullying at such an early age.