L’Tanya “Leisa” Lemon Grimes, the sister of CNN anchor Don Lemon, died Wednesday in an accidental drowning in Louisiana.
Did you see it last night on CNN? Don Lemon went full Huey Newton and called a racist a racist! It was glorious, but let’s slow down a bit—Don Lemon’s Afro didn’t grow to Colin Kaepernick levels.
For the better part of most of the time I’ve known he’s existed, Don Lemon has been a fuckboy. Or at least that’s how he’s presented. From telling black folks to stop littering and stop using the n-word as part of a sort of five-point plan for getting niggas together to even being lazy in his discussion about Black…
CNN’s Don Lemon has been the target of a series of racist death threats by an apparent white supremacist Donald Trump supporter, leaving the anchor so concerned that he apparently contacted the police.
Jeffrey Lord has the distinct honor of being one of the dumbest people on cable news. Considering all of the simpletons currently soiling the media landscape with their stupidity, that’s no easy feat.
If you are unfamiliar with Charles Blow, let me speed you up: He’s never here for the fuckshit. He’s educated, informed and opinionated and isn’t willing to “play nice” during Donald Trump’s dictatorship.
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke proved that he is, in fact, the real-life embodiment of Stephen from Django when he took to Twitter on Tuesday to attack CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill after Hill said “mediocre Negroes” are being used as “photo ops” for Donald Trump.
There is a little-known technique in some areas of psychology called “puppet therapy,” whereby patients use dolls or puppets to express emotions and points of view that they are uncomfortable saying themselves. The puppet becomes a de facto voice for people to vent their feelings freely and release their true thoughts…
It's unfortunate that President Obama's use of "nigger" became the biggest story from his recent interview with Marc Maron, because the reflexively (and grandstandingly) heated debate about that word has obscured a great point.
A conversation in Ferguson today between Don Lemon and Talib Kweli quickly got heated. Not "We're bout to fight" heated, but definitely "Don't sit me next to that wack n*gga on the plane home" heated. As Talib tried to criticize CNN for inaccurate coverage of the protests and police response, the conversation quickly…