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  • Truth Seeker 5 years ago

    Now that dose of truth speak was so refreshing to finally
    hear,. I saw first hand black males refusing to go to class in the 70's.My 1979' yearbook is 50%black faces that I never saw in any class, ...

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    I blame the Democrat-only Blacks in the USA on the likes of Bev Smith and other WVON-type media folks who falsely preach that every Republican is hateful and prejudiced while spreading hate themselves. While Bev is the worst in media, we have Jesse Jackson and Barack Obama in politics preaching the same hate for Republicans and in-turn, White folks. The politicians' race-hating is disguised behind other terms such as Republican, wealthy, whatever, but it all comes down to preaching hate of Whites.
    How do people like Bev Smith get away with it? If she were any other race preaching her hate for another race, she'd be off the air by now. Nobody has the guts to stand up to a racist Black like Smith, and therefore she's allowed to continue her race-hating.
    I totally blame her and people like her for the race problems in this country.
    Back on topic, I hope the next mayor has a better balance of the races in his administration's education branch.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    I, too, am appalled by Bev Smith and her kind. She projects nothing but hate and racism. Her hate is dangerous to American's well-being. Apparently, she was raised on the teachings of Rev. (what a joke) Jesse Jackson.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    It's about time someone told it like it is.
    Great Article

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    Though it's not appropriate to call Huberman 'gay' -
    you make some valid points here. I agree with the person writing about Jesse Jackson and other black media making careers off of hating non-blacks. It needs to stop just like the whites are stopped when they dare blurt out anything that can be taken as hateful or racist.

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    Edward Hayes 5 years ago

    Respectfully, I have to defend my mention of Huberman's sexual orientation. 1. He is running a school system in which his biggest population group, African-Americans, has a 70% illegitimate birth rate which is the core source of its biggest problems. Plus black culture eschews homosexuals. 2. His 2nd biggest client group are Hispanics who are Catholic and macho. The Vatican is officially anti-homosexual. (I wish all their MIdwest priests were). The Gay Huberman, who has adopted a child with his partner, still will never know what it is truly like when a fragile and angry single black mom creates a chaotic scene in the principal's office because the school is 'picking' on the only possession she has in a rough life, her baby. Additionally, CPS is currently in the throes of a month-long Latina parent sit-in at Whittier Elementary School, a historical first for Chicago that Huberman has timidly avoided. The Peasant King's appointment of a 'man' who has no traditional family of his own, and whose previous contact with kids was as a policeman shows how much Daley did not care about his minority parents which constitute 80% of CPS students. There are 3 million citizens in Chicago, and everyone of them is just as qualified as Huberman to run CPS, so why choose a guy with these limitations? Furthermore, now that I put muself in this Pandora's Box, regardless of how accepting I may or may not be toward homosexuals, gay people have a problem being gay, that is why they have such a horrid suicide rate. Lastly, I have a long record of protecting both gay students and gay teachers from discrimination so I have no guilt in bringing the subject up. BTW, I think America got a huge lesson in Political Correctness yesterday with NPR firing Juan Williams. I served 29 years in the military to preserve our Freedom of Speech; I ain't giving it up here. Edward

  • Ed Hayes 5 years ago

    I am no longer writing for Examiner due to a conflict over 'creative freedom.' Thanks to my readers and subscribers, but I have chosen not to be censored.

  • Minnesota 5 years ago

    Please start your own blog & let us know when!

  • Ed Hayes 5 years ago

    Minnesota: I will think about it. But for now here is my last piece.

  • Minnesota 5 years ago

    Ed...finally an administrator with some common sense. Wish I had you as my principal! Keep writing. Still hoping you start your own blog.

  • Ben 5 years ago

    IWhat the hell is your problem you uncle Tom fake ass fool. How dare you write a article like this. All you did was open up something where a bunch of white face black hating idiots can just come along and agree with you. For every corner on this earth where blacks are suffering which is everywhere. Is because of obstacles that was put in place to always keep the black race behind Whites. If you think this is not true you lieing to yourself about reality. I understand whites don't like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton but these folks are real blacks leaders that want something better for blacks then what they are receiving from white society. Whites Didn't like MLK or Malcom X or Abraham Lincoln. And why cause they lost their lives fighting for conditions to be better for blacks. So all I'm saying is for a black man over the age of 50 years old to say black folks its all on you now and to stop blaming the folks that purposely continuing to keep you back (Whites). To stop supporting the democrats like that really makes a difference and to start thinking now. I remember reading your republican loving examiner paper and remember this funny looking old bald black man bassing president Obama. I glad they cut you special interest having weak ass. You are black you are weak you are a fool and your a fake.

  • Ed Hayes 5 years ago

    Ben,the exuberant namecalling is characteristic of emotional analysis and issue avoidance. If you took an objective look at the status of black folks in America, you would acknowledge that it is continually deteriorating as a small percentage of black elite distance themselves from a growing mass of politically dependent 'victims.' Furthermore, all Americans still have the right to express ourselves without fear of threats. Your outrage with an opinion different from yours underlies a basic problem among monolithic black Americans: We do not understand capitalism and individualism; and as a result play baseball in a football stadium and are forever wondering why the score is always against us. If you are happy with black politicians like Charlie Rangel and Marion Berry, fine; enjoy your third-world status.

  • Minnesota 5 years ago

    Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom was an admirable and dignified man who stood up for his beliefs and sacrficed his life to help others escape slavery.
    MLK, Colin Powell, Condi Rice, JC Watts, Bill Cosby, Barack Obama and multitudes of others have been labeled "Uncle Tom's".
    Clearly there is institutional racism, racial profiling, etc. in our society but I refuse to let that make me a victim.

  • TheArtistOfLeonardo 4 years ago

    This article is unnauturally hillarious!!!!!!!

  • Ed, Army of the United States, Retired 4 years ago

    It' has been a couple of years since I wrote this article while stationed in Baghdad and working for General Ray Odierno. I just returned from my absolutely last tour-of-duty in Bagram, Afghanistan. Thanks be to God, my minor injury sustained in a random Taliban rocket attack has healed and I am safely back in CONUS. I am entering Full Metal Retirement in an undisclosed location that definitely is not the Gulag of Chicago. The point is, I have re-read this article and if I had not written it in 2010, I'd write it today, in bold print. Signing off. Ed

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