Sunday, the caravan that has been traveling through South America for about the past month finally reached its destination: the US border. And as expected, it came to a violent head. The caravan was met by the Mexican Federal police, who tried to contain the caravan. The caravan got around them and rushed the border … Continue reading Caravan Chaos
Yesterday we gathered around friends and family for another holiday. We celebrated with turkey, chicken, dressing, potato salad, casserole, sweet potato pie pecan pie, and most important, macaroni and cheese. Every year around this time people come onto the Twitter timeline to showcase their culinary prowess, or lack thereof, with their renditions of a cultural … Continue reading Return of The Mac
On the day before the annual celebration of the pilgrims beginning their colonization of Native American lands, one of the last known indigenous Indian tribes killed an American missionary who was attempting to convert the tribe to Christianity. The tribe located on the Andamans Islands, known as the Sentinelese, is completely cut off from the … Continue reading Now Why You Wanna Go and Do That?
Game of Thrones returned to the timeline last week dropping the release date and the official trailer for their final season. The only problem? It wasn't really a trailer. It was more of a compilation of clips from the last 7 seasons. Not exactly what the people want, especially since it's been over a … Continue reading (GoT)ta Love It
It's rare that someone dies and you can't imagine a world without their contributions. Imagine a world without Marvel Comics. No Fantastic Four, No Spiderman, No X-Men, No Avengers, none of it. Take it all away and what are we left with? Batman and Superman at DC? No thanks! The children wouldn't have costumes for … Continue reading Damn, Stan
Gabrielle Union took to Twitter to announce that she and Dwyane Wade had welcomed a new baby girl to the family on Wednesday, by way of a surrogate. Anyone who is a fan of Gabrielle Union and has followed her personal life over the past few years knows how joyous of an occasion this is, … Continue reading Gabrielle’s Union
Tuesday's election did not necessarily go the way we hoped. Though democrats gained control of the House, Republicans kept control of the Senate. Ted Cruz beat Beto O'Rourke, Andrew Gillum conceded early Tuesday night to Ron DeSantis, and the votes did not turn out in Stacey Abram's favor. Despite that, we made some progress in … Continue reading Vote Me Up, Scotty!
Back in March of this year a Howard Student by the name of Tyrone Hankerson Jr. stepped into infamy after he was accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the school and using it to fund a life of lavish. New cars, thousand dollar fur coats, and oversees vacations, things like that. At that … Continue reading The Tyrone Hankerson Bloodline
Election day is tomorrow, and I hope you have either voted early/absentee, or plan to get to the polls tomorrow and cast your ballot. If you've been paying any attention to politics over the past few months, you would know that the entire country's eyes are glued to the Beto-Cruz senate race … Continue reading Beto, Gillum, and Abrams
Recently, a news story broke about a black woman who gave birth in a "world-renowned" hospital in Los Angelos. After giving birth, her husband noticed blood in her catheter and notified to medical staff. After saying they would check it out immediately, it was seven hours before they ran a CT scan. When they wheeled … Continue reading Hey, Black Child