Category Archives: Post-Racial America

We Need to Talk

All guys dread hearing those words – we need to talk. Yep, you’ve obviously done something quite awful. Of course you don’t know what it is, so you do the quick panic-review of the last few hours, or the last … Continue reading

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Big News from Denver and Bigger News Elsewhere

Monday, August 25, 2008, and the Democratic National Convention opened. Yes, pre-packaged hurrah-for-our-side silliness, but the first day had its moments.   The last Kennedy left standing, of the four brothers – coming off surgery to remove what they could … Continue reading

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That Old Black Magic

There is the age issue with one of the candidates for president, as it seems John McCain just doesn’t get the computer and that internet thing:    “They go on for me,” he said. “I am learning to get online … Continue reading

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