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SOPA: An Attack On People Power

SOPA, The Stop Online Piracy Act, has recently grabbed many headlines all over the world. The bill would effectively create a precedent for the federal government to regulate and monitor online activities. If passed, the federal government would be able to block access from certain websites which have been determined to stream copyrighted content. The […]

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Jon Stewart On Ron Paul Touches On Serious Issue

In my manuscript of Foundations For Our New Anahuac, I mention how the media brazenly ignores a message which it deems threatening. I cite Ron Paul, not because I agree with his ideas, but because some of his ideas are a true threat to some very powerful interests, namely the Federal Reserve. If the mainstream […]

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Obama Masterfully Manipulates The Mindless Media

I never got a chance to blog about this the other day, but Obama had a masterful week the week of Osama Bin Laden’s assassination. He buried the campaign of Donald Trump by releasing his birth certificate, just before the White House Correspondent’s dinner.  It is too obvious that he was providing fodder for the […]

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Cleveland, Texas: Rape, Race and Gender

Background of Incident This weekend, I was invited by some friends of mine to visit Cleveland, Texas.  The trip was not a leisurely one.  We were invited to meet with a community which had been affected by a horrific incident-the gang rape of an 11-year old by a group of men.   This young girl was […]

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Quick Thoughts On Media

I’ve been listening a great deal to conservative radio lately. I just flat out got tired of the hippie music and other weak music that Pacifica plays during prime radio slots. I love the political commentary by Min. Robert Muhammad, Leo Gold and many others, but I hate turning on the radio and hearing some fifties […]

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Avatar – A Hollywood Film Comes Close To Portraying Colonialism

It’s almost impossible for me to view a film without analyzing its message and implications. This usually makes my family ecstatic It is especially difficult to hold back when the theme of the movie has to do with socio-political reality or history. I barely saw Avatar last night…spoiler alert. Avatar was well received in the […]

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The Future of Print Media and El Pueblo Newspaper

I haven’t really written much about my forthcoming journey into print journalism. On August 1st I will publish the first issue of El Pueblo Newspaper, a free community newspaper. Without question, the media landscape is extremely volatile. That major daily newspapers go out of business is no longer headline news. Here in Houston, El Dia, […]

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Chavana To Run Tests For New Community Publication

Dear Friends, In about a month or so, I will begin running tests for the viability of a new community publication.  Should the tests indicate that the project is viable (and I hope they will), I hope to begin publishing by early to mid-August.  The primary goals of the publication shall be two-fold: 1.  To […]

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Keith Olbermann On Racism

MSNBC Commentator Keith Olbermann speaks on racism present and past.  He even goes into the anthropological aspects for a second.  Many people confuse my rants against “White Power” with me taking a position against all white people.  In fact, my measure for a human being are her soul and her deeds.  It is true, as Olbermann suggests, that […]

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Telemundo sells out to Comcast?

We, social critics, have long noted the Hispano-trash that is transmitted by mega corporations over cable, broadcast and radio. The main topics at Univision seems to be breasts and celebrities, and its served up by people looking whiter than the journalists at CNN. They have become much slicker at masking their racism. The other day, […]

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