Tag Archives: primaries

Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

3/11/12 Tonight on the Dark Side I’ll talk with filmmaker Molotov Mitchell about his movie “The Gates of Hell”-a provocative, comic-book fantasy, action, pro-life film focusing on the Black victims of abortion. We’ll get him to explain just what the hell all that means and why he made a movie like this in the first place.… Read More »

Has Santorum Peaked at Just the Right Time?

Wednesday night’s CNN GOP debate from Arizona was important for a couple of reasons: with the Michigan primary and Super Tuesday just around the corner, this may well be the last primary debate of the season.  Also, this was the first debate after the incredible Santorum surge placed him as a solid frontrunner recently.  There was no doubt that… Read More »

S.C. GOP Debate Recap: No Huntsman & Not-Romney's

Monday night in Myrtle Beach, SC marked the 139th GOP debate in this election cycle. Well, perhaps that number is a bit high, but its close! With the number of debates ticking up month by month, there is virtually nothing new for the candidates to reveal about their platforms or positions.  South Carolina was not… Read More »

Voter I.D. Madness & Minority Victimization

I’ve probably known thousands, maybe tens of thousands of Black Americans over the years.  Some are my family, some are friends, many I’ve shared a community with, and some I’ve served.  I have never met one Black person who doesn’t have some form of identification, be it a birth certificate, driver’s licence or state non-driver… Read More »

Santorum Surge: Should We All Start Investing in Sweater Vests Now?

I never in my life would have thought I’d be describing the Iowa caucuses as exciting.  Hell, I can’t even say the word “caucus” without having to suppress immature fits of giggles.  It’s just such a funny word.  I have never really taken the Iowa caucuses as seriously as Iowans themselves do.  After all it’s… Read More »