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THE FIRST TEN MILES by Peter Nolan Smith 

Early on a warm May morning my friend AK, a blonde BU co-ed, and I traveled by the trolley to Jamaica Plains, where we were picking up a 1973 Ford Torino station wagon to transport cross-country. Upon our arrival at the address, the middle-aged owner descended the tenement’s steps to the sidewalk. He tapped at […]

Neo-Zionists at the Wheel

Some deals are contracted in stone like the 10 Commandments. No one knows their location, however as inheritors of Yahweh’s legacy the State of Israel has a big say in the actions of the West. This week the USA announced that they will once more not attending the UN conference on racism. The State Department […]

James Brown Godfather of Soul RIP

Say it loud, I’m black and I’m proud. James Brown sang those words to the entire nation.