and all is well with the world.
It’s difficult to watch these videos and not sense that their popularity has something to do with a persistent, if unconscious, desire to see black people perform.
The video that no one wants to mention
Such a humble, sensitive dude who literally saved lives and all the media (white corporations) & stupid people can think to do is make a joke out of him. Black men can only be clowns or killers regardless of what we do for other people or for ourselves no matter how selflessly it’s done.
The US-Mexico border divides family members for all kinds of reasons. Some are undocumented. Some have been deported - one study found that half of all deportees leave behind family in the US. Others, like Luis and Jimena, just get stuck in the tangles of bureaucracy and their own complicated lives.
Annanda (on the R) is one of our current pastor interns — and this photo was taken in our sanctuary. [Keeping the Faith: Lesbian couple seeks ordination - News - The Austin Chronicle]
P.S. Guy who wrote the article, it’s PC (USA), or Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), not U.S. Presbyterian Church. C’mon.
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The satellite images above provided by DigitalGlobe show the destructive force of the fertilizer plant explosion that rocked the small town of West, Texas, with the force of a magnitude-2.1 earthquake last Wednesday evening.
This week’s coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings demonstrated that that is a false argument. MSNBC doesn’t need to “do news,” because they have the resources of NBC — they have Williams, Michael Isikoff, Richard Espositio and Jonathan Dients, just to name a few. CNN may have more boots on the ground, but in the chaotic 21st century media environment, viewers want quality not quantity.
With Pete Williams becoming a household name this week, more and more viewers will be flipping from CNN to MSNBC for their breaking news coverage — a significant revolution in the cable news industry. And when the dust from Boston Marathon bombing clears, viewers will remember two things about the cable news coverage of this historic event: that John King blew it, and that Pete Williams got it right.
New York Post Editor's Defense of Botched Reporting: We Would Need a "Crystal Ball" To Report Marathon Bombing Accurately
NY Post editor Col Allan tells Media Matters: “We simply reported the facts.”