Monthly Archives: December 2019

#NewBlackMedia: There may be hope after all in 2020

by Kareem Uhuru
December 28, 2019 (updated December 29, 2019)

Operation-Nation like to believe that we did our small part. We joined millions of black folks and eliminated the Kamala Harris presidential campaign. It was a thing of collective beauty. True black people aren’t giving Democrats votes just for placing a brown-looking face in front of us ever again (see Obama). Harris is a very cunning cop. She’s black when it’s convenient. She’s white liberal tool always.

 

We’ve been around since 2007. But we’re part of #NewBlackMedia.

Black liberal media are Van Jones, Don Lemon, CNN, Roland … Read Entire Article

Flame Monroe: The Tranny of Truth

by Annabeth Milosevic
December 13, 2019

Remember that Breakfast Club interview/disaster with pedophile Malik Yoba from September? The only reason I’m posting this screenshot (the video is too nauseating to watch) is to highlight the dislikes to likes ratio.

It’s quite surreal how so many Americans expect their fellow Americans to check reality at the door for the feelings for others, in lieu of 2+2 like facts. “Flame LGBT” is LOGICAL/Gay/Bi/Trans. “He/She/We” as Flame self-labels himself, is refreshing.

Flame Monroe is truth

Liberals now hate Flame because he talks candidly about himself and LGBT culture. They resort to … Read Entire Article

Tom Ryff: Tempe cowers, offers settlement in lawsuit

by Brian A. Wilkins
December 7, 2019 (updated December 14, 2019)

UPDATED December 13, 2019 – Tempe City Council removes vote on Tom Ryff settlement from the agenda

 

 

The video starts where Mayor Mark Mitchell says they are removing item 5(A)(3) from the agenda. That is the vote on Tom Ryff’s $150,000 settlement.

Props to Vice Mayor Lauren Kuby. She responded to my email and asked for further elaboration on precedent related to non-disparagement agreements and how the Arizona and federal courts interpret them.

The action by Tempe City Council last night was effectively a … Read Entire Article