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Tiny caught throwing up sorority signs, but never went to college

According to Bossip.com, TI’s wife Tiny is apparently doing something that is just not acceptable in the world of black greeks.   The site claims that Tiny is throwing up the signs for both AKA and Delta, and nobody remembers her ever pledging or crossing for any sorority. In fact, some are not even sure […]

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Almost No More White NYC Cab Drivers, but Blacks Still Can’t Catch a Ride?

The other day in the virtual land of Facebook (where some live full-time), I noticed a posting by Leon Collins, a friend and former colleague. Here’s what Leon, now a resident of Connecticut, wrote about a recent experience while visiting the Big Apple: Some things never change. Today my younger daughter learned how NYC cabs […]

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Here’s when Chris Tucker used to be REALLY funny…..

Chris Tucker is always a favorite for anybody who loves black comedy.  He started off on Def Comedy Jam with Russell Simmons, and rose to stardom after that.  But going Hollywood can change a man, and it seems like Chris has all but disappeared over the last few years. Here’s a video to remind you […]

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Who is Loretta Lynch and why is she going to replace Eric Holder?

To President Barack Obama’s credit, he is planning to make yet another historic appointment within his administration.  Loretta Lynch is a former US attorney for the Eastern District of New York.  She is set to be the replacement for AG Eric Holder when he steps down at the end of the year.  Everyone is excited about […]

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Circumcision being pushed to African men as a way to stop HIV/AIDS transmission

One problem in the country of Mozambique is the spread of HIV/AIDS.  It appears that male circumcision is being laid out as a way to stop the fast spread of the disease.  As a result, thousands of young males in the country are getting the procedure done in order to keep themselves healthier and safer […]

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American Legion Appoints Its First Female Executive Director

The American Legion has named Verna Jones its new executive director, making her the first woman to lead the veterans organization in its nearly 100-year history. Jones, an attorney and Army veteran who served as a personnel sergeant, stepped into her new role on Nov. 1. Legion spokesman Marty Callaghan said he believed that Jones […]

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What do black women think about the catcalling video?

If you’ll recall, there was the extremely popular catcalling video that showed a woman walking around New York City being solicited by countless men.  Most of these men were black and brown, and that wasn’t because white guys weren’t around.  Instead, it was because the producers of the video edited them out. There are also critics who charge […]

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Eric Holder On Fast And Furious Critics: ‘Kiss My Ass’

Newly released emails show Attorney General Eric Holder said that Justice Department prosecutors who were critical of the department’s handling of the fallout of the Fast and Furious gun-walking scandal could “kiss my ass.” Operation Fast and Furious was a botched effort by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to track firearms across […]

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Nike drops Adrian Peterson as spokesman

Nike, the Oregon-based sports apparel giant, said Thursday it had dropped Adrian Peterson as a spokesman. “Adrian Peterson is no longer a Nike athlete,” said the Nike statement. In September, Nike had “suspended” its relationship with Peterson after the Minnesota Vikings running back was indicted in Texas on a felony injury to a child charge […]

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Philadelphia Abduction Victim Made Smart Moves That Aided Rescue

The woman abducted in Philadelphia took several key steps to ensure that she was found by police even though her attacker took her nearly 120 miles away from her home. Police have praised Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, 22, for her quick decisions that helped create a trail for investigators as her alleged captor, identified as Delvin Barnes, […]

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