The Barbershop Podcast: A Discussion On Power, Sports In A Pandemic, Trashy President, A Political Philosophy For Black People

I had an interesting exchange with a person on Twitter–probably a Democratic operative. The exchange highlights the political idiocy that plagues too many Black Americans: this idea that our self-interests somehow conflict with the greater interests of this country and the white people in it.

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The Barbershop Podcast: The Election Results, BLAXIT, There Is No Escaping White Supremacy And More…

It’s looking like Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States. While I did vote for Biden, I have no illusions of any benefits coming black people’s way under a Biden administration. If you are confused as to how Biden took the lead in this race after an initially strong performance by Trump on election night, listen to this episode for a brief explanation of what happened.

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The Barbershop Podcast: Ice Cube’s Contract With Black America and Black America’s Response, White Terrorist Act Against Young Black Youth, Kamala Harris and More…

The recent response by some Blacks to Ice Cube’s recent meeting with officials from the Dump, I mean Trump administration, shows either our reading skills are not where they need to be, or that we’re too emotional when it comes to working with those in power. Instead of being all pissy about Cube making demands from those in power, we should be more focused on what the actual demands are!

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