The fat lady is gearing up for her aria.
It took me almost a whole week to find the subject for my 100th article for BrooWaHa, but after this week’s shakeup in the Democratic Party, I knew I had to address the stubbornness of Hillary Clinton.
Calls from all over the Democratic Party are coming in for Hillary to cut her losses and bow out of the race. After this week’s Indiana and North Carolina primaries Barack is picking up so-called “Super Delegates” including former 1972 Democratic Presidential Candidate George McGovern who originally backed Hillary,... Read More
For Immediate Release
A SHELTER IN THE TIME OF STORM
Author Releases Documentary after 4 Years
Columbia, MD-April 5, 2008--
Well-known author, Brenda Farrar-Ejemai reveals, what was at first anonymously written, a documentary that records her experience in New York City over 17 years ago. Faced with the unexpected trauma of homelessness, her struggle began.
THE FAMILY IN THE CAR, A Revelation, which the author describes as “on-time”,... Read More
By now you have probably heard that the three police officers on trial for the shooting death of Sean Bell in November 2006 were acquitted. A quick recap of the story: Bell was patronizing a sleazy strip club in Queens, NY on the night before he was to be married. He was at the club with two friends celebrating a bachelor party. In the early morning hours, Bell and his friends left the club, they were approached by undercover police officers and following a hail of gunfire, Bell was dead and his two friends were wounded.
It took barely more than 10 minutes for Queens Supreme... Read More
Willie Nelson, the great unwashed troubadour of country music and world renowned marijuana smoker, has told the story of how in 1978 he smoked a joint on the roof of the White House while visiting then President, Jimmy Carter. Whether this story is the stuff of urban legend, or it actually happened, it remains one of my favorite stories of all time.
Considering the recent actions of Jimmy Carter in the Middle East, one has to wonder if the former President joined his friend up on the roof that night. I wonder if after the First Lady and Brother Billy were safely tucked away in their... Read More
It might be more of a whimper.
This morning in his Radio Factor, Bill O’Reilly asked his listeners to call in and explain to him who was going to win Pennsylvania tomorrow and why. That was the important catch. The caller had to specify why he or she felt that way. I never heard anyone call in to take on his challenge. Most people just believe what the polls say. But if you rely on polls, you will find yourself fighting in the Supreme Court over hanging chads in Florida. Being as that I was at work, calling in to Mr. O’Reilly was not an option (although I may e-mail... Read More
BrooWaha greets me thus: “Journalism needs to be rethought, thanks for joining the revolution!”And having been in the mainstream media for a longer period than I should have logically sustained, I am thrilled at the prospect of joining this revolution (sincere thanks are due, to my friend and an outstanding writer, Rachel Eagle Reiter. Coming to the revolution, what could this possibly be all about? Some crucial aspects that are redefining journalism, not just in degree, but in type, include the following:
Horizontal Communication: The traditional newsroom is part of a physical... Read More
I know how John McClane felt in Die Hard 2: Die Harder when he said, “I’m really getting tired of being right all the time.”
Remember I wrote an article where I laid the murder of Jamile Andre Shaw, Jr., at the feet of L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa? Remember that I said that it was L.A.’s sanctuary city policy that allowed Pedro Espinosa to remain in the city because Los Angeles has an official policy of not helping Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents locate and deport known illegal aliens? Remember how I said that the reason for this policy was... Read More
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