Politics

The Top 7 Ways to Fix America

The Top 7 Ways to Fix America

What do we need to fix America to get it back on track? I have a list. What are your ideas?

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Am I A Socialist?

Am I A Socialist?

All capitalism isn’t good. All socialism doesn’t seem bad. Maybe I’m somewhere in the middle. A socio-capitalist? Is that a thing? Hearts need to change and no government can do that. But it sure can help to make it a little better by force since people seem to have missed the boat on that one.

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Teh Gay!

“I’M NOT GAY NO MORE!” (But…um…see…)

“I’M NOT GAY NO MORE!” (But…um…see…)

There is an internet video sweeping America right now from the 107th Church of God in Christ’s (COGIC) Holy Convocation about a man being delivered from homosexuality and telling everyone at convocation about it. There has been a lot of back and forth from supporters and critics of the video and I think there is room for discussion here about the Church of God in Christ, deliverance, and a more proper Christian view of homosexuality.

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The Christian Church *WILL* Accept Gays…Eventually

The Christian Church *WILL* Accept Gays…Eventually

The church has never excluded anyone for too long – slavery ended, Jim Crow ended, interracial marriages exist, and women have their own multi-million dollar ministries and churches now. All of those groups were kept down by the church for a while, but ultimately accepted. I think the Christian church will eventually accept gays…

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Christianity

Waiting on God Sucks

Waiting on God Sucks

Every time I want to pull away, I feel led to stay. All the kicking, screaming, and bucking at this to get away from waiting hasn’t worked. It’s clear that I’m supposed to wait and hold on, but I’m annoyed.

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Beautiful Ruinous Disaster

Beautiful Ruinous Disaster

Is this bad poetry or an experiment in expressing thanks to God?

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Recent Weekly Videos

Episode 52 | We Can’t Breathe

Episode 52 | We Can’t Breathe

This is my take on race relations in the U.S. in the lens of the decision to not indict Eric Garner’s killer, even though the coroner ruled the death a homicide and said the cause of death was external pressure applied to Garner’s chest and neck, preventing breathing.

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Episode 51 | The Return of Naomi Campbell’s Edges

Episode 51 | The Return of Naomi Campbell’s Edges

This week I’m going off about Ferguson, Eric Garner, Mike Brown, the police, the government, Floyd Mayweather (bum of the week), Ray Rice, Louisiana, Mark Driscoll, the Christian Church, ISIL, and saying something about the re-emergence of Naomi Campbell’s long-lost edges. I also celebrate President Barack Obama, who is my boo this week. Enjoy!

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Other Recent Points of View

Sorority Sisters Got Canceled and I Am Not Happy

Sorority Sisters Got Canceled and I Am Not Happy

| January 14, 2015 | 4 Comments

How is it just now an embarrassment? How is something on the micro level worse than how you’ve been portrayed on the macro level for years?

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Why America Isn’t Post-Racial

Why America Isn’t Post-Racial

| December 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

[Race] was always there, but just stayed hidden and buried to make nice with everyone. I say let’s excise it and dress the wound. We’ve got to heal, America. Stop running from it.

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Repeated Lessons: Patience and Relaxing

Repeated Lessons: Patience and Relaxing

| December 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

He’s in control and I’m not. He can see things I can’t see. I’m thankful that God is patient, loving, kind, merciful, and long-suffering. I’d be “done” with me if I were Him.

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Ferguson and Healing America’s Race Problem

Ferguson and Healing America’s Race Problem

| November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

We have an opportunity now to move forward, but we won’t get “there” until we embrace race in America, with all the good and bad that comes with it. It’s unpleasant at times and everyone has to look at where accusations of racism have been wrong and right on all sides, but we can do this. I know we can.

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What Heathcliff Huxtable, the Jell-O Man, and Ghost Dad Have in Common

What Heathcliff Huxtable, the Jell-O Man, and Ghost Dad Have in Common

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

The problem is that we often associate entertainers as their characters or as they appear to be while at work (on camera, on stage, on YouTube, etc.) as who they actually are. Fewer people know them in real life versus the rest of the world knowing them through their work, just like us.

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