Thursday, February 22, 2024

Lots of cooks prepared the Compton Cookout racial insult stew…

February 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Misc., News, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( University of California San Diego chancellor Marye Anne Fox, the president of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, UCSD student leaders, and a bevy of civil rights leaders, and black and minority California lawmakers leaped over each other to lambaste the now infamous Compton Cookout at UCSD as racially insulting, insensitive, and demeaning.... [Read more...]

Michael Jordan reaches to buy NBA’s Bobcats…

February 27, 2010 by  
Filed under News, Sports

Tweet ( CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP) — With minutes to go until his exclusive negotiating window was to expire, Michael Jordan struck a deal late Friday to buy a controlling interest in the Charlotte Bobcats, making the NBA’s greatest player the owner of the money-losing team in his home state. Owner Bob Johnson announced... [Read more...]

Can A Relationship Survive Infidelity?

February 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Misc., Relationships

Tweet ( There are usually two schools of thought on whether a relationship can survive infidelity: You’re either going to stay, or you’re going to leave. Brilliant concept, right? But the question of whether or not your relationship can survive an adulterous affair, or any type of infidelity, depends on the foundation on... [Read more...]

Dealing With The Ex…

February 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Misc., News, Opinion, Relationships

Tweet ( Everyone has a story about an ex. Whether it’s a year-long stalker tale that landed you both in the hospital, or a new found friendship that grew stronger. Dealing with ex’s can not only affect your past relationships with them, but it can also effect current and future relationships. Can you be friends with an ex? This... [Read more...]

Paterson’s downfall shouldn’t eclipse his remarkable rise…

February 26, 2010 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( David Paterson has always been a political star, and he’s definitely a fighter. His stellar career landed him in the New York governor’s mansion after a long climb up the gritty landscape of New York politics. Being the first African-American governor of New York was impressive enough without adding the fact that... [Read more...]

Tavis Smiley ending annual State of the Black Union conference…

February 26, 2010 by  
Filed under News

Tweet ( After 10 years, Tavis Smiley is ending his annual State of the Black Union conference, which spawned best-selling books and his critical stance toward Barack Obama. The activist and PBS host said Wednesday that he needs time to focus on other projects, such as his four prime-time specials this year and his book company, which... [Read more...]

Sharpton-Smiley fight reveals rift in black leadership over Obama…

February 26, 2010 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I sat at my desk, as frozen as a block of ice, listening to one of the most heated conversations I’ve ever heard on the radio. Tavis Smiley and Rev. Al Sharpton were mad, and you could hear it in their voices. This wasn’t “radio mad,” where you pretend to fight in order to get ratings. It was “I’m... [Read more...]