The racial hotbed we find ourselves lying in every time a right wing activist opens their mouth is no surprise. We have learned to expect it.
Ted Nugent has run his mouth in the wrong direction for a loooong time. He is not a stranger to controversy over his right wing, NRA views. He has to find something to do since no one has listened to his music since 1978. According to MSNBC, in an interview with WorldNetDaily, Nugent was quoted saying:
“There will come a time when the gun owners of America, the law-abiding gun owners of America, will be the Rosa Parks and we will sit down on the front seat of the bus, case closed.” Continue reading →
If you are a fan of the Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA), you are in for a treat with this spoof of the show. The Real Housewives of Civil Rights parallels the different events of RHOA from Cynthia’s “friendship contract” with NeNe and on to the showdown between Ne Ne and Cynthia’s husband. Continue reading →
Today, February 4, 1913, Rosa Louis McCauley (Parks) was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. She is best known for not giving up her seat to a white man on December 1, 1955. This event, arguabl, sparked what is popularly known as the Civil Rights movement with the Montgomery bus boycott. No black person rode the busses in Montgomery for a little more than a year. This was not the first time this incident happpened though. She had been forced off in 1943, for mistakenly sitting in a seat reserved for whites only. But, years later when she sat in that seat again, she was an officer at the NAACP; a secretary for the Montgomery chapter. Continue reading →