7-9-2005, #67: Why is the Pioneer Press Extorting history in
its reporting of the joint FBI - St. Paul Police raid on the facilities, memory,
and history of the St. Paul Inner City Youth League?
2/8/2005/#13: Truth a Star Tribune casualty again. It
doesn’t believe in the morning. With “There is No Tomorrow” it slanders
1/29/2005#5: Open Letter to the Strib to follow the lead of the LA
Times: have an “Outside the Tent” column (or: Other tents and sub-tents)
to discuss a diverse range of ideas for solving the problems left unsolved by
keeping the status quo.
August 26, 2004 Column #17: Man
the lifeboats! Minneapolis vessels hitting icebergs and sinking
all around us.Examples: The USS Heritage Park (Hollman)
and the USS Pioneer Press: Images of the Titanic.
November 3, 2003 Blog #213: Doug Grow covers half the stomping, missing
the more interesting half: that just as some of the stomping of citizens by
police is illegal, some of the stomping done by City Hall is illegal yet intentional,
lawless yet purposeful, against its own laws that are ignored and against Federal
laws which the feds won’t long ignore.
October 18, 2003 Blog #191: 2nd of 2 comments on The Strib as Slayer,
Not Healer: The Strib finally finds its voice through the stereo voices of Don
Samuels and Doug Grow, when it should be using wrap around sound from all voices
October 16, 2003 Blog #190: 1st of 2 comments on The Strib as Slayer,
Not Healer: Printing About Healing As It Works to Divide and Conquer the Black
Community, Laying Waste More leaders to find its own Annointed
2005 Column #8: Black share of $5 billion construction: Zero.
What can be done to reverse “Blacks need not apply” for the
coming great construction boom?
July 8, 2007 Solution Paper #29: 10 Suggestions/themes for the NAACP Board to consider for its next annual covention if it is to again obtain relevance and significance and rebound from having had to close all regional offices and lay off 40% of the national HQ staff, as happened in June 07.
December 14, 2007, Blog
#36: The Twin Towers of Minneapolis' Nullification and Reversal Begin to Finally
Crumble as 5 Black Officers Sue the City for discrimination.
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