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Voting Didn’t Save Jemel Roberson

“There is no nationwide election. There is no vote that could have stopped this.” Continue reading

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America Won’t Convict Killer Cops Because It Couldn’t Care Less

From my weekly column at Greed: “No Quarter” (GREED) – “I cannot in good conscience consider a guilty verdict.” This is the sound of what a fully militarized system of white supremacy sounds like.  Jaws hit the floor yesterday in the … Continue reading

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This Thanksgiving Give Thanks for Anomie

“As Uncle Sam weakens the American people will be left to search for something else to give them meaning, security, and a sense of belonging.” Continue reading

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Lost in the Land of the White Ape: Trump Came to Florida and I Survived (DELUXE One-Piece Edition)

A maddening tour through the bowls of Trump’s America led by Dr. Bones and King Don, Lord of the Universe Continue reading

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Milwaukee Deserves to be Burned to the Ground (Gonzo and Conjure ’16)

“”There are very few places that are so terrible, so utterly tinged with some dark and malignant energy that they simply must be destroyed…” Continue reading

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