By Derrick Hollenbeck, staff writer
Every nightly newscast in South Florida, and probably a lot of other television markets around the country, includes what could fittingly be called the “Minority Crimes Report (MCR).” The MCR tells us how many people were shot, killed or maimed in the area’s minority neighborhoods the night before. The cumulative effect of these shootings produces the equivalent of a Sandy Hook massacre every few days, but that doesn’t fit the media’s narrative so that fact is never mentioned. Any objective review of the number of gunshot murders in America tells us they aren’t happening in Hasidic neighborhoods; or Scandinavian enclaves. The “hoods” where Blacks and Hispanics live are the killing zones of America.
When the MCRs aren’t describing the carnage and blood running in the streets of these neighborhoods they tell us heartbreaking stories about young lives cut short, local ministers leading “Marches Against Violence” and gun buy backs that serve … Continue Reading:Murders in “the hood” are the elephants in the room no one wants to face honestly
by Doug Book, staff writer
Barack Obama’s “hate Whitey ‘cause he’s white” campaign of 2012 was to be based on the same dogma of class envy which had oozed from Democrat media and race hustling circles for decades. But worn out race baiting ploys were not going to guarantee the massive, black voter turn out the Manchurian Candidate would need in November. For the novelty of being the first black nominee and president was gone and finally, along with it, the decades-long effects of racial guilt implanted into the psyche of whites across the nation. Even with the 24/7 efforts of a dependably supportive media, Obama would have a difficult time generating the legal turnout necessary to remain in power.
Even more troublesome, without significant events to redirect the attention of voters, Obama would be forced to embrace a record of trillions in additional debt, high unemployment and ever-increasing prices for gas, food and virtually every … Continue Reading:George Zimmerman railroaded by Democrats and Republicans alike
By Ron Reale, staff writer
Through their actions, Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman have become forever entwined in the history of race relations of America.
Both had cell phones.
One saw what he thought was suspicious activity, (someone walking on others property, between houses, late at night), and called the police. Because he was not in the street, but between houses, Zimmerman apparently continued to follow Martin. He did so against the advice of the 911 operator, supposedly to get an address.
Allegedly, at this point, Zimmerman was attacked and beaten, leading to his shooting his attacker.
Trayvon Martin the other man in this case recognized he was being followed and possibly in danger of attack. He was not attacked, the mortician said there was no evidence of any physical violence upon Trayvon Martin’s body, nor any defensive scratches or bruises). Martin did not call anyone, did not report his fear, did not report … Continue Reading:Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman: both victims of Black Leadership!
by Doug Book, staff writer
It was reported Monday that Special Prosecutor Angela Corey would NOT be giving the Trayvon Martin case to the assembled and waiting Grand Jury in Seminole County, Florida. As it requires a Grand Jury to bring an indictment of first degree murder, the move by the Special Prosecutor takes the possibility of a capital charge against George Zimmerman, the man who shot Martin, off the table.
Of course, there is a SPECIAL prosecutor because Martin was black and, contrary to long standing tradition, he was NOT shot by another black. Because such a radical departure from accepted procedure immediately elicited cries of “racism” from blacks across the nation– guaranteeing Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would sprint to the scene and the nearest camera–the regular prosecutor decided to call it a day. Florida Governor Rick Scott then appointed Corey.
Corey’s dismissal of the Grand Jury leads to a number of interesting possibilities. … Continue Reading:Why did the Trayvon Martin Special Prosecutor dismiss the grand jury?