Donald Trump, Worst Presidential 100 Days Ever.
(ThyBlackMan.com) #45 Trump got one thing right about the media hyped first 100 days measuring stick of a new president. It’s a silly measure. In fact, presidents from John F. Kennedy to Obama have derided the 100-day fetish and correctly noted that the far better to gauge how effective or bumbling an incoming president is the first 1000 days. A quick look at the presidency of Clinton and Bush... [Read the full story]
Bill O’Reilly The Same As Bill Clinton.
(ThyBlackMan.com) Bill O’Reilly may have given his enemies the ammunition to destroy him, for right now at any rate, but the dishonesty of some involved cannot be overstated. I’m not here to proclaim O’Reilly innocent or to defend his actions; he was wrong on any quantifiable level. But the duplicitous hypocrisy and selectively feigned moral insult of those who, I argue, place an “innocuous... [Read the full story]
Black Fraternities & Sororities: Support Black Businesses.
(ThyBlackMan.com) Remember that line in New Jack City? “This ain’t personal; this is business.” And at the end of the movie, Ice Tea told Wesley Snipes, “This is personal,” as he proceeded to beat Snipes down for killing his mother. Well, this article is both personal and business. It is a call to the Alphas, Omegas, Kappas, Sigmas, Deltas, AKA’s, Zetas, Thetas, Iotas, known as the “Divine... [Read the full story]
The Colonial Education System In America – A Harmful And Destructive Force Towards Urban Students.
(ThyBlackMan.com) A few months ago, The Alabama Department Of Education released the names of 75 schools in the state that they personally call “failure factories” that are failing young urban kids, especially in reading and math.
Here’s my take on this topic: The one thing that I noticed about these 75 schools the ADOE calls “failure factories” is that these schools... [Read the full story]
Managing Anger & Grief is Important.
(ThyBlackMan.com) There are so many people facing hurt, anger and grief with no direction. How to manage these hardships is different for everyone, but it is necessary to find a method that is safe and works for you. In black community prayer, and spiritual meditation, have been mainstays. Though some professionals argue against that method we must remember that seeking medical attention for our pain... [Read the full story]
Poisoned by “Fake News”.
(ThyBlackMan.com) This current president coined the term “Fake News” to attack media outlets that were not reporting about his administration in a positive light. Regardless of if their reports were truthful he coined them fake. He implies he could accept criticism if it were truthful verses a lie. The problem with this implication is he seems delusional about that’s real and fake. He’s narcissist... [Read the full story]
Black People Aren’t the Exception.
(ThyBlackMan.com) It is important for black community to refrain from accepting the labels of others. When we accept negativity and false information it is very easy to turn on each other. It seems that some athletes and entertainers don’t seem to understand that black people are not an exception when it comes to poverty and violence. It is disheartening to hear athletes such as Dez Bryant take... [Read the full story]
Planned Parenthood And The Polemics Of Black Genocide! Part 1.
(ThyBlackMan.com) WE all should know the name MARGARET SANGER and of her eugenics NEGRO project , her open proclamations of too many black people and the unfit and how they should be weeded out of the general population.
MARGARET SANGER specifically targeted black people in her writings and views , she met with the KKK and other racist organizations assuring them she had the plan to remove black people... [Read the full story]
Living for Likes & Retweets.
(ThyBlackMan.com) According to Statista, 73% of the US population had a social media profile in 2015, a figure that grows significantly year on year. The question remains, then: if social media makes us feel so bad, why do we continue to subscribe and take part? Fear of missing out no doubt plays a major role, as online networks have become so integral to the way we interact with our peers. Another... [Read the full story]
Respectability Politics In Urban America.
(ThyBlackMan.com) There is a huge problem these days within our community with this thing called respectability politics, that’s harmful and counterproductive to our community as a whole.
Intro: Here are several types of respectability politics that currently exists in our community.
1. Colorism – Many people in the “conscious” community often play respectability politics and... [Read the full story]
The N word.
(ThyBlackMan.com) Malcolm X was quoted as saying, “The Nation of Islam was the best thing to happen for the Black man; but Niggers ruined it. Tupac was quoted as saying, “NIGGAS is an acronym for Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished. And, Reverend Jesse Jackson, who ran for President in 1984, buried the N word; that is, until Obama became the first African American President. It was then... [Read the full story]
Lavar Ball, Lonzo Ball; The negatives of helicopter parenting.
(ThyBlackMan.com) Virtually every parent on the planet wants the best for their children but the problem of “helicopter parenting” is always a concern with raising children. Psychotherapist and parent educator Dr. Haim Ginott coined the phrase “helicopter parenting” in his 1969 book “Between Parent and Teenager”. The phrase became so prominent that it was added as an entry into the new... [Read the full story]
Real You vs. Online You.
(ThyBlackMan.com) According to CNN, the average American spends nearly over half a day staring at a screen whether it be a phone, computer, TV or tablet.
Our habits define us. But how true is this for our digital habits? Are we the same online as offline? In the early days of the internet, it was probably safe to assume that our online behaviors did not reveal much about our real-world personas. This... [Read the full story]
Mental Issues are Not a License to Kill.
(ThyBlackMan.com) I am about fairness regardless of who, or what, is on the table. It is very important that while we acknowledge issues in the community, such as mental health, we don’t commit hypocrisy. What we demand of others as human beings cannot be excused amongst our own. When white males commit multiple murders many in the black community see the mental health defense as a scapegoat…an... [Read the full story]
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