Megyn Kelly gets pissed when her coverage about a slain American was interrupted for Ferguson news

Ferguson somehow took precedence over whatever news was being covered? It was the same stuff, different day… so why interrupt someone’s news show to show the same stuff we have already seen?

Thanks to a12iggymom’s blog for posting this!

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Kelly was not to pleased about this news judgement.

“Hold on…I realize…I realize something is happening in Ferguson, but we’re talking about something important here, so can you at least split screen the video,” Kelly said.

“The protesters and the police are clashing again, they’re clashing again. But we’re talking about the dead, the death of an American who was beheaded, and Pete deserves his say.”

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You Gotta Hear This (Black) Guy Explain What’s Wrong With ‘Acting Black’

It takes a black man to get through to other black men. This speaks volumes and I hope that it goes around and around. I am reblogging from Rat Nation… please reblog from me and keep it going!  Be sure to click the link to Rat Nation where you can see the video!



Is The Problem For Black Americans “Racism” Or A Quandary Of Their Own Making?

Right Punditry does her homework and has all the statistics to back up her points. She does a much better job than I ever could but I must say that I believe this needs to be reblogged, and reblogged, and reblogged, until it get all the way around to everyone so perhaps it can make a difference. Another good example is also Bill Cosby. He has been a very good role model and been very outspoken about things. Please read this all the way through. Its worth your time!

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black problem…..  if we conclude that racial discrimination is the major cause of black problems when it isn’t, then effective solutions will be elusive forever. To begin to get a handle on the answer, let’s pull up a few historical facts about black Americans.

In 1950, female-headed households were 18 percent of the black population. Today it’s close to 70 percent. One study of 19th-century slave families found that in up to three-fourths of the families, all the children lived with the biological mother and father.In 1925 New York City, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households. Herbert Gutman, author of “The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, 1750-1925,” reports, “Five in six children under the age of six lived with both parents.”

A study of 1880 family structure in Philadelphia found that three-quarters of black families were nuclear families (composed of two parents and children). What is…

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