Ruth Bader Ginsburg openly admitted that she believed there was an understanding that when Roe V. Wade was passed, it was because there was a concern about increasing populations of "people we don't want too many of". Although this is hardly her first slip up in a discussion of race, this does potentially undermine the idea that RBG was the progressive champion and civil rights activist that she is painted to be.
Ice Cube was scheduled to appear on Andrew Cuomo's CNN show "Cuomo Prime Time", but his interview was cancelled by "the powers that be" according to Ice Cube's twitter account. The interview and subsequent cancellation is following Ice Cube's recent political evolution characterized by his desire to challenge both parties and work with anyone actually willing to close the wealth gap in the black community.
Lebron James just clinched his fourth NBC championship in his illustrious 17 year career. Many of his fans argue that he is now indisputably the "GOAT". However, Jordan fans feel King James has a few more hurdles to jump before he reaches that particular finish line. In any other sport, 4 titles, 4 finals MVP's, 4 MVP's, a plethora of all star appearances, a gold medal, and the mountain of other accolades Lebron has accrued would be more than enough to be considered the best ever to play any sport. The problem is, even after chasing and capturing a title with a historic Lakers franchise, it's almost impossible to ignore the mountain of accolades casting a shadow, albeit a small shadow, over Lebron's.
Jack Posobiec sits down with Niko House to discuss the 2020 election in this interview on OAN. Niko gives his opinion on the Democratic Party nominating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris despite their alarming record when it comes to policies concerning the black community and other communities of color.
The New York Times just reported this morning that the jury in Breonna Taylor's case was never actually allowed to charge any of the officers with the murder of Breonna Taylor. The juror attests that they were never given that option by Attorney General Daniel Cameron.
Recently, a judge ruled that none of the police responsible for the death of Breonna Taylor. Ms. Taylor was a resident of Louisville, Kentucky who was shot by police officers after the officers were given a "no-knock" warrant that permitted them to enter her home unannounced. To the surprise of many, the judge overseeing the case ruled that the police officers were found to be justified in shooting Breonna Taylor.
The CIA alleged that Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, is directing a misinformation campaign to spread lies about President Donald Trump's opponent, former Vice President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Although the memo does not actually substantiate the claim outside of the two "anonymous sources" they used, the media has been using CIA's memo in their reports as if it proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a disinformation campaign being spearheaded by the Kremlin. The Daily Beast, CNN, and NBC are just a few of the news organizations that have uncritically pushed this narrative. For those who followed the 2016 election very closely, you may remember that this is around the time that NBC reported two "anonymous" CIA officials claimed that Russia was working with Donald Trump in order to steal the election from Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee. That report sparked off the political and media frenzy known as #Russiagate. Despite the fact that Mueller's report already shut down the Russiagate narrative that started shortly before the general election of 2016, it looks like they are going to try and push the same narrative right before the general election of 2020. Niko House provides his analysis and explains all of the holes in this newly fabricated Russiagate narrative.