When I was a kid, I wasn’t a tattle-tale. That was highly frowned upon in my neighborhood—and in my family. With my family, I think it was because my parents didn’t have time for refereeing disputes and policing misconduct. In my ‘hood, it was because the only people who had ultimate authority to do anything […]
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The Other Side of the Tracks: A Socially Speaking commentary July 5, 2011 By Perry Redd What are you all going to do when you find that the thing you hate is in your back yard? What I’ve come to learn is that with conservative ideology, many of the social and economic positions taken, like […]
Can you believe the stupidity of the people who call themselves “true Americans?” Year after year, they fight against the people whom they are—the working class—by supporting big corporations that take from them. 15 years ago, it was Levis, then Fruit of the Loom, then it was Enron and today, it’s Hilton Hotels.