Tag Archives: Abraham Lincoln

FUNK THE MIDDLE-CLASS

FUNK THE MIDDLE-CLASS

‎There is no FUNKIN’ “Middle-Class.”  Dear friends, associates, lovers of this website and random blog readers, ever since G. W. Bush Funked Up the economy, the “Middle-Class” has ceased to exist.  Sure, for the most part the Working Class – those with ambition – have been ok, but unless you’re bringing in a minimum of 200-250k, you are not of today’s “Middle-Class.”  It’s cold ain’t it, but it’s real – the sooner you accept this reality, the more equipped you will be to change it.

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Abraham, Martin & John – Freddie, Richard & Robin

Abraham, Martin & John – Freddie, Richard & Robin

Liken to three men who believed in equality, peace and respect for human life, three men brought joy, comic relief and hope to millions of people.  Three men assassinated for being committed to their beliefs will forever have their place in history, for living up to a standard that they believed everybody deserved.

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FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

Some television shows celebrate their 200th episode.  Generally T-V programs will review and/ or reflect on shows past, when celebrating the 200th show.  That’s very appropriate for television, and I suppose I could touch on a few of my favorite blogs over the past five years, but I believe speaking on public figures that are anti-FUNK or just plain FUNKED UP may be more intriguing.

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FUNK Unacceptable Behavior: Why We Still Need Black History Month

FUNK Unacceptable Behavior: Why We Still Need Black History Month

It’s 2013, Two-Thousand-Thirteen… in lieu of recent occurrences, I have to start this blog by pointing out how these things happened during Black History Month, which is now also known as African-American History Month.  This annual vital observance began in the United States in 1926.

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Political Satire – The Dream

Political Satire – The Dream

As we continue with our celebration of the second term of President Barack Obama, we look back at some political comics done after the first election that suggested that Martin Luther King’s Dream had been fulfilled!

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