Contemplating the Accusations against Cosby
"Either he is a man sinned-against, or a man egregiously sinning"- Stefan Molyneux
Supermodel/actress/entrepreneur Beverly Johnson came out recently with some allegations about comedian/actor William H. Cosby Jr.
It’s getting mixed reviews, no middle ground here; especially as evidenced in a post regarding the issue on a Buffalo Facebook page. read story
An Open Letter to Monroe County Republican Leaders: Bill Reilich must go
About a month ago, Republican leaders, elected officials, and petition passers received an anonymous letter outlining several issues that freedom-loving Republicans in the Rochester area have despised about our out-of-control county chairman, Bill Reilich. read story
Straight No Chaser: Marion Barry will be Mayor for Life
Some columns have been harder to write than others.
I have literally sat down more than once to write about, and reflect upon, my personal feelings regarding D.C.'s late, great, mayor for life, Marion Barry.
Many tributes have been given, and many words of truth and comfort have found their way to social media as well.
But, what I wanted to avoid was duplicating anyone else's experience with this icon, because I have had my own to reflect upon. read story
Something to Think About: Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! I pray that you had a great beginning to the New Year.
The New Year is a great time for new beginnings.
It is also a time when some people may decide to make New Year’s resolutions, and then find they have been unable to keep them before January has ended. read story
Straight No Chaser: Orchids and Onions, January 2015
Orchids: To the NEW Year! Hopefully, 2015 will usher in new strategies, new attitudes, more love, and acceptance from those who may not share our culture.
If we could find the time to sit down, break bread, spend time with, and familiarize ourselves with people who may have different religious beliefs, and pigmentation unlike ours; we just might be on the way to finding peace on earth.
Police Brutality against Black Males: Where is the Dialogue and Who Sets the Ground Rules?
New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton has been quoted as calling for a “lot less rhetoric and a lot more dialogue (Democrat & Chronicle, December 24, 2014, page 8A),” in order to defuse the tension in the aftermath of racist, white-cop killings of black males; the failure of district attorneys to secure indictments; and the reported retaliatory killing of two NYC cops, one Hispanic and the other Asian.