Shiftless (adj) – a. Lacking ambition or purpose; lazy: a shiftless politician

December 15, 2019

Obama Speaks

President Obama took to the podium this afternoon to deliver an impromptu diatribe that left many Americans puzzled. “When Trayvon Martin was first shot I said that this could’ve been my son,” Obama said. “Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could’ve been me 35 years ago.” We were dutifully reminded of America’s violent past. We were reminded that black people in this country have long suffered at the hands on inequality and racism. President Obama even shared his own “Eric Holderesque” experiences, by stating “There are very few African American men in this country who haven’t had the …continue reading

Obama Speaks

President Obama took to the podium this afternoon to deliver an impromptu diatribe that left many Americans puzzled. “When Trayvon Martin was first shot I said that this could’ve been my son,” Obama said. “Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could’ve been me 35 years ago.” We were dutifully reminded of America’s violent past. We were reminded that black people in this country have long suffered at the hands on inequality and racism. President Obama even shared his own “Eric Holderesque” experiences, by stating “There are very few African American men in this country who haven’t had the …continue reading

Race-Baiting and the Profiteers

Last week, in the case against George Zimmerman, a jury of six women returned a verdict of “Not Guilty.” Since the declaration of said verdict, a handful of talking heads have made appearances, for no reason other than to roil the waters of racism. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and even the Attorney General of the US, have made it clear that this case was not simply about self defense, but something much more vile. Racial profiling, stalking, hate crime, etc., have all been thrown at this case, in the hope that one or more would stick. Did George Zimmerman stalk, …continue reading

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