I had a brief vacation in Williamsburg this past weekend. Imagine my surprise to discover a two-day seminar about issues facing blacks in America! It was called the Apologia Negris Globalicum Forum. There were ten presentations, and numerous breakout groups. Here is the program:
Slavery Improved Us: Now what?
Presenter Adell Deja (Ph.D., Phillis Wheatley Chair, English Studies Department, Princeleigh University). "For decades we have been fighting against 'the legacy of slavery',
Bill Still channel. bstill3's Channel - YouTube
Often when financial topics arise on my favorite Internet radio broadcasts, there are critical lacunae on the part of the hosts. They think either that money must have a gold backing, or that fiat money per se is bad, or that the US Constitution authorizes gold and silver currency (true but there are other possibilities). I think it would be a good idea for Bill Still to be interviewed by a range of people, even people whose overall
The effect of mass media is to create the impression that we can feel their minds,
while also erasing all mind,
obscuring all with a gag-joke, e.g., a waste is a terrible thing to mind.
The Stranger within my gate,
He may be true or kind,
But he does not talk my talkó
I cannot feel his mind.
I see the face and the eyes and the mouth,
But not the soul behind.
The men of my own stock,
They may do ill or well,
This isn't a very developed bloggy, just some random thoughts about tonight's "Freedom Watch". First, there were some questions aimed at the alleged terror plot. Is it a real plot? Could it even be that the plot was being run by others, not even by the Justice Dept, to fuel animosity between Iran and the US?
Second, there was a racial topic during which it was asked, What can Cain focus on, what can Cain say, that White republicans cannot say, that Obama can't say, etc. I
This evening I watched a movie titled "Our Very Own". After seeing it, I am prompted to ask, our very own what? The plot is simple enough. An idyllic family life, punctuated by periodic sibling rivalry, is ruptured when one sibling peevishly informs another that the latter is adopted, and 'has no rights'. The adoptee manifests a crisis of loyalty, characterized by pining to see her "real mother", and by diffidence in all her relationships. In the end, she gives a high school