A Poison Gas Shell with No Markings by James Buchanan
The Bush administration
appears ready to cut and run from Iraq. Recent opinion polls show Bush trailing
Kerry by a wide margin. Bush needs to erase the enormous blotch the unjustified
war on Iraq, the bloody occupation and the torture scandal have left on his presidency.
Bush Prepares to Flee Iraq by James Buchanan
George Bush appears to be
setting the stage for a speedy departure from Iraq.
The recent torture scandal
may have been the last straw in convincing Bush that the situation is hopeless
day for pledging to erase Black Monday and reclaim the nation - by Richard Barrett
May 16, 1954, there was no "urban-blight." There were Negro quarters,
in many places, but even descendants of slaves who went North following World
War II tended to congregate among their own kind, as did every other ethnic group,
from the Polish, to Germans to Indians. I attended Columbian School in East Orange,
New Jersey, which was a vibrant, typical hub of the community and Negroes attended
Ashland School, which was in the small, isolated colored section. I never had
to deal with "shakedowns," "drive-bys," "gangstas"
or "rappers," because there were none. Of course, there were no drugs
or drug-dealers, no illegitimacy or bastardy and no "Ebonics" or "hip-hoppers."
Monday Must Yield to American Democracy
The minority cannot continue to
lord over the majority - by Richard Barrett
To answer the question
of whether the 1954 Black Monday decision of the Earl-Warren Supreme Court is
"permanent," two sources must be consulted. First, Negroes, who Warren
purported to shove in, where they were neither wanted nor belonged. Secondly,
whites, upon whom has been imposed everything from forced bussing to forced housing
to forced labor in a vain attempt to create a "diverse" country. Negroes,
nowadays, use the mantra that "we still have a long way to go." Meaning,
they do not consider the Brown v. Board decision satisfactory, because it does
not go far enough. It is not enough to simply be allowed into a school with whites,
but whites must be forced out. And, so long as there is a white mayor, Congressman,
principal, police-chief, plant-manager, home-owner or cab-driver, anywhere, their
"goal" has not been achieved. It is not enough that George Washington
High School be taken over and its name changed to Martin Luther King High School.
There must be Adhiambo schools, comprised entirely of descendants of African slaves,
teaching only black-power and speaking only Ebonics. And, neither a so-called
black-history day, nor week, nor month will suffice, until the entire year is
Negro, nay, the entire millennium. - (more