I’m an Apple products guy. I’ve been exclusively an iPhone user since 2008 (I believe) when I chucked my T-Mobile Sidekick LX. My personal computers of choice are all Apples. There are three iPads in my home. I own an Apple TV, and when I’m hungry, I eat apples. We don’t play with our Apple consumption ’round here.…
A recent analysis conducted by the Marshall Project confirms what most of us have known, or at least suspected, all along: When a black man is killed by a white person in America, his killer is less likely to face legal consequences, and the killing is more likely to be deemed justifiable.
The first black actor Brian Tyree Henry saw on television was Jasmine Guy, in A Different World. Henry was absolutely enamored.
What do the hip, cool white supremacists wear when their white hoods and Klan robes are at the dry cleaners stained with Negro blood and it’s too hot at the rally to wear those thick, wool Hugo Boss-designed Nazi uniforms? Simple. They wear the widely accepted costume recommended by 4 out of 5 white nationalists:
So now that Donald Trump has made it very plain that he is a racist, Nazi-sympathizing piece of shit who was elected by equally racist, white-trash pieces of shit and is proud to represent them, little Timmy and Becky are crying white tears over being misunderstood for defending him.
The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott for six games after Tiffany Thompson, Elliott’s ex-girlfriend and alleged domestic violence victim, claims she was abused by Elliott. Here’s everything we know:
Tony Harris is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, a veteran of CNN and Al Jazeera and the coolest uncle you always wish you had. Harris, a native of Baltimore, is the kind of guy that will go from regaling you with stories about world travel to lecturing you on treating your momma right, and then slip front-row seats…
Tarell Alvin McCraney, executive producer and co-writer of Moonlight, is teaming up with Michael B. Jordan for a new drama series based on McCraney’s life to debut on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN. The drama follows a 14-year-old prodigy from South Florida who must choose between the streets and higher education at the end of…
As the idiot known as the president continues to defend the tiki-torched, “alt-right,” neo-Nazi, white supremacist orgy that went down in Charlottesville, Va., resulting in one person’s death and several injuries, social media’s blood pressure has gone way up, with millions posting outrage. Outrage doesn’t always…
Clearly it isn’t a courageous move by CEOs to abandon the president of white supremacy right after his off-the-rails white nationalist rant, but in a symbolic move, top corporate leaders have left the executive councils, forcing the president to end the groups altogether.
I didn’t learn how to drink alcohol until I was 33.
Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell can’t take the heat. Cantwell, who prides himself on being part of the superior race, cried his little bitch-ass eyes out on YouTube just days after being interviewed by Vice after attending the “Unite the Right” Charlottesville, Va., march.
When Donald Trump said in a press conference that “many sides” were responsible for the white supremacist melee in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, he was right.
A year ago, I went to visit the farm, located east of Charlottesville, Va., where my grandmother’s grandfather Phil was born enslaved to the Parrish family.
The last week has seen images of the Ku Klux Klan grip news coverage on Charlottesville, Va. However, they weren’t the images of old: that hooded, grotesque interpretation of mythical Southern-gent chivalry, who lynched and brandished fire in faceless anonymity. The new Klan had a face. To understand why, we need to…
Senior communications adviser Hope Hicks has been temporarily promoted to White House communications director, and we all know that this assignment won’t last long—not necessarily because Hicks isn’t capable, but because defending the president is proving to be impossible.
Two Ku Klux Klan members who also somehow managed to serve as correctional officers for the Florida Department of Corrections were both convicted in a plot to kill a black inmate upon the man’s release, Attorney General Pam Bondi announced on Tuesday.