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June the 5th 2013 seemed like such a normal day in America. President Obama had just nominated Susan Rice to an ambassadorship and most of the main stream news was covering either the 45 year anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination, or the public hacking to death of British Soldier Lee Rigby… Then on the morning of June 5th, the world learned

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Lift Every Voice and Sing

Lift every voice and sing, till earth and Heaven ring,

Ring with the harmonies of liberty;

Let our rejoicing rise, high as the listening skies,

Let it resound loud as the rolling sea.

Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us,

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My Brother’s Keeper

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President Barack Obama spoke a few weeks ago at the White House where he announced the “My Brother’s Keeper” program. Managing to introduce the new initiative to help young men of color succeed in the final days of Black History Month, President Obama described the program as one that “goes to the very heart of why I ran for President.”

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Putin’s Afraid of Pussy Riot at the Sochi Olympics

All eyes are on Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympic games exactly as Vladimir Putin planned some 7 years ago, when the bidding process was first “won” by the then Russian Prime Minister, now President Putin. But Vladimir’s eyes are wearily focused upon the dissidents of his country.

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Are You Ready for Some Non-Profit

Vince Lombardi once said “Individual commitment to a group effort, that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work”. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the Stetson wearing, parable dropping Lombardi, he was the coach who lead the Green Bay Packers to the first two Super Bowl victories ever.

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On Cheating and Other Vices: The Dawn of Automation

Pope Gregory the First, like 4th century monk Evagrius Ponticus before him, had a particular fixation with the many sins and vices that befall the human species. It is in fact Gregory himself to whom the formally compiled “Seven Deadly Sins” of Christianity are attributed.

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Pardon Me Mr. President

The American president has the unique ability to circumvent the justice system by issuing official pardons to anyone of his choosing. Unlike most executive powers, the authority to grant clemency is unchecked by Congress and cannot be reviewed, blocked or overturned.

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A Congressional Kind of Christmas?

(Christmas Bells)

I heard the bells on Christmas day

Their old familiar carols play

And mild and sweet the words repeat,

Of peace on earth, good will to men.

 

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Hungry for the Holidays

Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!”” cries she

with silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,

Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,

I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

 

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The Man Who Shook the Tree… Nelson Mandela (A Man with Many Names)

Boxer, Lawyer, Activists, Terrorist, Prisoner and finally President, In Nelson Mandela’s 95 years on this earth he was given many names, but he will forever be remembered as one of the greatest freedom fighters of our time. You might know his first name to be Nelson, a name his first grade teacher gave him on the first day of school but to the people of South Africa he was known as Tatu or sometimes Khulu, names which translated mean father or grand

 

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Thankful for Edward Snowden?

The Holidays are here. A prepackaged X-mas was already shoved on to store shelves before we had time to recover from Halloween. But before we are thrust into yet another greed driven melee over yet another black Friday discount-palooza, millions of Americans will take the rare opportunity to gather with friends and family and celebrate Thanksgiving.

 

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We Have Nothing to Fear… But Fear

“So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is…fear itself — nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.”

 

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The Talk

I was asked recently by a mentor of mine to elaborate on some of my personal thoughts on race. Specifically, he wanted my reply to the question, “What exactly I feel as though I am owed by society due to the fact that I am bi-racial?” My response, “20 acres and half a mule…”

 

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Kids with Guns

Sweat drips from the edge of my digitally colored bandana. I am peering over the edge of a gun the same camouflage color my entire outfit is matched to. My nerves tense as I see the first blurred enemy soldiers positioning themselves into a forward firing position, I am set at ease though as our commanding officer begins to bark out advice.

 

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On Cheating & Other Vices

Of late I’ve become a jack of a few trades I never would have imagined becoming a jack of. With an AA in film, a stillborn resume and a job market that won’t budge, yield or call back, my options have been somewhat restricted just lately. In my desperation, however, I’ve happened upon a most nurturing balm for the sting of unemployment.

 

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What’s an Egotistical Giraffe?

The latest Edward Snowden revelations about our fans at the N.S.A have got wehere at PowerFist.US a little concerned. Not for our own privacy, no,because according to Snowden’s last leaks, with programs like Prism, X-Keyscore, and Lovelace in full operation, surely our privacy has all but vanished.

 

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Government Shutdown… Countdown to Default

“Stop being Democrats and Stop being Republicans and start being American’s” these words were uttered by the Fisher House Foundations chairmen in a public statement today in a direct message to congress. The Fisher House Foundation describes themselves as being best known for their network of comfort homes built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers nationwide and in Europe.

 

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Shutdown at High Noon

The debate over raising the debt ceiling is being held hostage with the new Health Care law hanging in the balance.  All of this is making Washington seem more like the O.K. Corral poised for a showdown rather than our nation’s capital. The majority of the Republican Party is dead set on standing their ground against affordable Health Care for the American public, and they’re willing to completely shut down the government if they don’t get what they want.

 

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Out of Order… The Freedom of Information Act is Broken…

Upon signing the Freedom of Information act, L.B.J stated the following:

 ”This legislation springs from one of our most essential principles,” he said. “A democracy works best when the people have all the information that the security of the nation permits. No one should be able to pull curtains of secrecy around decisions which can be revealed without injury to the public interest.”

 

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Freedom… There’s an App for That

In this world of digitally imposed tyranny at the hands of the NSA, with revelations like x-key-score and Lovelace clogging our airwaves adding to the layers of our binary incarceration, it can sometimes feel difficult to feel truly free. But even as our various devices have been subverted to be a one way mirror to Big Brother there are still ways to free yourself through technology.

 

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Remembering September 11th (Thoughts on Tragedy)

I was 15 years old when I watched the Twin Towers fall down. My eyes swollen and swirled in a cruel mixture of tears and disbelief at the sight of the mighty towers submission to gravity as they tumbled down to earth.  I along with the rest of America.  I clenched my fists as I witnessed the buildings disappear into a toxic cloud of thick gray debris.  To me September 11th 2001 deeply wounded to the core of what, at that point, I believed to be America.  But like any wound which does not ultimately kill you, I felt as though we as a nation grew stronger. I watched as Americans came together for a rare glimpse of a completely United America

 

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Ghost in the Machine

You know that whisper you hear? The one coming from deep within, echoing off the darker corners of your mind? Say hello to your inner conspiracy theorist. We all have one, just like a conscience, and like a conscience a few of our inner conspiracy theorists whisper louder than the rest compelling us to act, write, or sometimes just plain whistle. But whether you choose to ignore that whisper or give in to its more sinister suspicions, from time to time you have to admit …it’s telling the truth.

 

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Syria: One Step Over the Line

GAS! Gas! Quick, boys!– An ecstasy of fumbling,

Fitting the clumsy helmets just in time;

But someone still was yelling out and stumbling

And floundering like a man in fire or lime.–

Dim, through the misty panes and thick green light

As under a green sea, I saw him drowning.

 

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Bird Watching in L.A. “The Ghetto Bird”

“Why, oh why must you swoop through the hood

like everybody from the hood is up to no good.

You think all the girls around here are trickin

up there lookin like Superchicken

At night I see your light through my bedroom window

But I ain’t got shit but the pad and pencil

 

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From Dogme to Doom: The Films of Lars von Trier

Over the past two decades there have been few filmmakers in the world whose works have reached the same emotional depths as a Lars Von Trier film. While contemporary cinema at large is no stranger to themes like loneliness, injustice and existential misery, there is something about von Trier’s handling of these themes that, in my opinion, places him a cut above the other misery merchants.

 

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The White Paper…our own private Minority Report?

My father once told me, “We don’t choose the things we believe in; they choose us.” -While the preceding could have been transcribed from Barack Obama’s book “dreams of my father” it wasn’t. It is a quote delivered by the character Lamar Burgess in the 2002 film “Minority Report”. In light of the government’s recent release of the white paper, one could easily be forgiven for confusing the narratives associated with the two. A white paper is an authoritative report or guide helping readers to understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision.

 

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The Whistles Heard Round the World

By the rude bridge that arched the flood,

Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled,

Here once the embattled farmers stood,

And fired the shot heard round the world.

 

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Trayvon Martin, Barack Obama, and Martial Law in L.A.

The nation’s urban communities have erupted over the ruling in the George Zimmerman case. Weeks of protest around the country exemplify a community who is mad as hell at a verdict ruling that they deem a further perpetuation of the status quo. After nearly 5 days since the verdict, President Obama summoned his closest advisers to the Oval Office Thursday evening. It was time, he told them, for him to speak to the nation about the Trayvon Martin verdict… 

 

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To Coup or Not to Coup

To Coup, or not to Coup: that is the question:

Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer

The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune imposed on your populace by a tyrannical dictator,

Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And stage a military siege against the enemies of the republic.

And by opposing end them?

 

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Knock Knock Jokes and the Trayvon Martin Blues

Last year I began following the Trayvon Martin case. Nearly 16 months ago to be more specific. During that time and in the midst of the media circus which proceeded, I was met with a noxious blend of emotions ranging from anger to just plain sadness. I was saddened by the tragedy that was initially presented to me. Another young African American male had been transformed in an instant into a homicide statistic, just another number added to the mass that represents a life lost to the stand your ground laws. I then became angry when I saw how the trial was being orchestrated.  I felt like I had seen this happen years before in the Oscar Grant trial. During this whole time I never found a single reason to laugh…

 

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For Love and Gay Marriage

 

    “This is the first day of the rest of our lives together, said Kristin Perry, who with her fiancée, Sandy Stier, filed the lawsuit against Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that outlawed same-sex marriage in California in 2008. To the south of the state, Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, a second couple who were plaintiffs in the case as well, wed at City Hall in Los Angeles.

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Prism Nation

 

Last week former N.S.A contractor Edward Snowden released confidential slides relating to the operation of a program called “Prism”, and with it spiked sales of 1984 , apparently America  wanted to read up on the “Big Brother” that was watching them so closely. Prism is a broad sweeping information mining data processing program, that the Administration says is part of our new national security platform that has been keeping us safer without our knowledge for years now. Typically I tend to agree with Benjamin Franklin when he said in his farmers Almanac “Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety”. And for recent historical perspective programs introduced by our government intended to keep us safer, like “The Patriot Act” tend to make us all feel a little less free.

 

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Portrait of a Freedom Fighter: Harvey Milk

 

At powerfist.us it is our goal to share stories of courage and great humanity that is why today we choose to explore the life and political career of Harvey Milk. Harvey Milk never saw his dream of equality realized, but now while the supreme court is set to weigh in on prop 8 we chose to enlighten you to one of the freedom fighters that made this momentous case a possibility. Milk served on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors from January to November of 1978. He was the first openly gay individual in the United States to be elected to public office, and fought tirelessly for equality on behalf of homosexuals and other underrepresented minorities.

 

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The President’s Thin Red Line

 

What does it mean to cross our Presidents “Red Line”, and in so doing, America’s as well. Our president has often spoke of a “Red Line ” and has warned Syrian leader Bashar Assad about using chemical weapons saying,  ”Wielding them”, would cross a “Red Line” and be a “game changer” for U.S. policy, “with enormous consequences.” His heated rhetoric will now be put to the test. The administration is hesitant regarding the evidence of a chemical attack in Syria. Yet the President’s own Defense Department and close allies like Israel and Britain have already asserted that Syria used chemical weapons. So now we must consider the inner workings of our President’s mind when he gave certain statements . Specifically phrases like “game changer” and “enormous consequences”. What exactly do they mean to President Obama? He wants a comprehensive U.N. investigation, but with Def. Sec. Chuck Hagel confirming the use of chemical weapons on at least 3 casualties, we now see Mr. Assad’s footprint squarely across President Obama’s theoretical “Red Line.”

 

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The Arab/Israeli Conflict in Palestine

 

Perhaps one of the most significant circumstances to arise in the Zionist journey toward sovereignty was the conflict between the Zionists and the Arabs. This conflict, which remains as heated today as it was almost a century ago, is rooted in several fundamental factors. At its core, it is a religious battle over which of the two groups has rightful claim to the land of Israel, as bequeathed by God. Competing interpretations of God’s word hold, on the one hand, that Palestine was promised only to the descendants of Abraham’s son Isaac (the Jews), and on the other, that this promise extends to all descendants of Abraham, which includes the Muslims. While there has been a great schism between the Jews and Arabs throughout history, the early twentieth century would see this conflict explode into massive political turmoil, bloodshed, and ultimately, a long awaited fulfillment of a very old promise.

 

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The Young and the Restless North Korea

 

Lately the usually reclusive, forbidden kingdom of North Korea has started stirring up the waters between South Korea and their allies in the United states making the geopolitical world between the two nations seem a bit more like a soap opera than real life. With all the heated talk going on between D.P.R.K and the United States it’s easy to see the last few weeks ramblings as just more of the same, but is it? And even more importantly should I be prepping my S.H.T.F bag in anticipation of the current dung about to be flung our way? This issue has been trending because it certainly seems to have some news hounds all a twitter with the ominous drum beats of war, and therefore focusing on the young tyrants rhetoric. “As the world turns” what draws attention to our current calamity caused by Kim Jong Un is that more than just words, actions by either side have followed. The long held armistice has been torn up. Troops have been moved to the southern border as well as artillery and drones. The industrial zone at Kaesong, the area which is used as a political thermometer between the two nations, is now ordered to be vacated by April 10th. The “young and restless” leader has even recently given his troops a general order to use nuclear weapons on U.S forces. The most disturbing news of all is the D.P.R.K has started moving a Unha 3 rocket to their easternmost border. All of this might have you wondering are these really “the days of our lives”?

 

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Mutually Programming Harmony

 

Sexism is alive and well in the world.  Don’t believe me? Visit any comments thread on the internet.  It’s enough to make me unplug my computer and let cyber world die a silent death on the highest shelf of my bookcase.  Let’s talk about the “F” word.  Feminism.  Feminazi; those hairy legged liberal women’s study junkies of lore.  Those man-hating, oversexed hippie leftovers of yesteryear.  Or are they?  I question whether I am among the last of a dying breed.  Gloria Steinem and some of my other heroes such as those great ladies at Feministing.com and Jezebel.com give me hope as I meander through the internet stew, reaffirming that feminism lives in my generation.  That women still care, that we are all still ready to fight.

 

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Throwing Rocks at God

 

I remember the sounds of drums pulsating to the rhythm of the people on the street. The crowd swelling with anger, the beat flowing in sync with our mantra …No justice,no peace! I held onto my wife’s hand, like you would a child in the heavy current of the ocean. I feared that she might be taken by the riptide of pent up aggression and be swallowed, into a world that she did not belong. Though she might not have belonged to this world of mass anger and resentment, I felt as though I had been baptized by it. I was reborn that day in the Heart of Downtown Oakland in a sea of clenched fist that carried our message high above our emotion stained faces, No justice, No peace. That day we gathered beneath the steps of the tribune and below a grey and remorseful sky to ask for too much, justice for an innocent man, justice for Oscar Grant. I knew before I had cast the first verbal stone, that I was in a sense “Throwing rocks at God”, An expression I would become more and more familiar with as my activist career continued.For it can sometimes seem that protesting against a larger more powerful force is just as inane and intangible an option for those seeking true change. It was that day, and the events that unfolded therein that made me shift my life’s focus from filmmaking to freedom fighting. It was that day that I discovered my own personal reason for “throwing rocks at God”

 

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How the Grover Stole Christmas

 

Every American
Down in America-ville
Liked Christmas a lot…
But Grover Norquist,
Who lived just North of America-ville,
Most certainly did not!
The Grover hated Christmas! The whole Holiday season!
Now, please don’t ask why. No one quite knows the reason.
It could be that his head was screwed to far to right.
Americans for Tax Reform directing us toward a fiscal cliff quickly coming into sight.
What could make the Norquist want our nations credit rating to fall?
I think the most likely reason of all,
For the Grover and how he hates us all.
Is that his heart is two sizes too small…

 

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Partisanship in the Machine

 

Everyone I know has played the Parker Brothers classic game monopoly.Rolling the dice, going past go, and collecting 200 dollars, is fun. But more than just fun its a life lesson, if your family game sessions resemble mine in anyway you experienced the more cutthroat version of monopoly that comes into play once all the properties have been purchased and there is no longer a safe haven on the board. It’s knives out if you land on boardwalk or park place towards those final hours. The point where the family happiness is truly put to the test. Is the same time mom and dad start taking frequent trips to the kitchen to revue their future joint ventures and start exchanging monopolies. It is then that things truly become tense.Therein lies the lesson, no matter how well you have played the game a strategically placed monopoly can shatter all the dreams you might have built on St.James and Tennessee Avenue.The lesson one hopefully takes away from monopoly, (with all your limbs and family structure still intact) is a monopoly is never fair. When someone has a monopoly it drastically changes the parameters of the game in question.

 

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Release the Biden

 

The two iconic political animals have been for a while now the stubborn donkey and the gluttonous elephant. Not since the advent of Teddy Roosevelt’s Bull Moose endeavors has the political world seen entry by another contender to our voting box mascots. But today I offer you another choice, and I believe from the democratic perspective there could not be a better time and place to release this seldom seen and elusive creature upon the political world. My call is to “Release The Biden!”. You see Joe Biden isn’t just our vice president and one hell of a guy.He is also a political beast. A man who was built by the same machine’s that constructed the hearts and minds of the greatest generation. A senator who is so obviously for and by the people that his mere presence is like kryptonite to talking point republicans who dwindle back from this unchained democrat attack dog. There are many a democrat that fear releasing the Biden as the residual damage he creates in his wake is sometimes difficult to resolve.

 

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The First in the Series of Three!  

 

It’s come to my attention that the majority of Americans who witnessed the first debate in the 2012 presidential election cycles series of three, are under the impression that Mitt Romney won vs President Obama. The subject matter was the Economy, seemingly the two opponents here are the most perfectly suited in their opposing belief structure to an engaging debate. It was also here that Mitt is expected to do well, this after all being the only arena he actually has real world knowledge on being from a business background with his years as head of Baine Capital. I do not agree with those who share the view that Mitt Romney won, as a matter of fact quite the opposite. You see I was visiting a relative in the hospital that day and the first 10 minutes of the debate were watched gleaming out of the corner of my eye. My mind dancing between my Grandmother’s delightful stories, while my eyes darted in the peripherals attempting to read the closed captioning. I must explain more as to why I was so eager to watch this debate and why I so rudely ignored Joanne’s tales which usually actually do serve to captivate me as she is profoundly knowledgeable about all that matters. My name is Adam Weatherall and I am a news junkie… I’ve heard the first step in fighting the addiction is admitting you have a problem.

 

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The Trayvon Martin Blues

 

The sound of two hands clapping and Mr. Son House’s eerie words engulf me as I sit dumbfounded in front of my computer screen. A beverage mixed with bad intentions dances between the ice cubes in my glass.  I toss it past my teeth, down my throat and directly at my brain. I desire to quell mental fire currently burning uncontrollably from my frontal lobe to my cerebral cortex. This is an inferno which is steeped by ignorant words on both sides of a debate that never should have been argued in the first place. This particular argument, so muddled and wrapped in the lineage of a proud American South with a “dark secret”, has a way of making even the abstainers seem a guilty party. Simply stated “I got the Blues”. Mr. House’s haunting words guide me like a lighthouse in the midst of a foggy night as I wonder down my own blues highway.  As I continue my journey I discover the true source of my despair. It all started February 28th 2 days after his murder I read my A.P update and I pondered if the nation would awaken to this news, Its clear to me that I have the Trayvon Martin Blues.

 

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