Bsi 1,346.03 -6.48 -.48%
With less than forty days until the election the market pauses to catch its breath.
ATLANTA (ATL) 32.31 +4.29 +13.28%
Gas crisis aside, this charming town has food, history and black folk of all hues and backgrounds. A place worth visiting more often.
The New York Knicks (NYKN) 12.65 -3.25 -20.44%
One of the world's most venerated franchises has turned from contender to punchline and this week things only got worse as word came down that underachieving guard Stephon Marbury is refusing a buy-out and instead wants his the entire $21 mil. the team owes him.
Friday, September 26, 2008
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Bsi 1,352.51 -20.42 -1.49%
Misinformation that continues to be spread in the technology sector drives the Index down for the afternoon, as reported recently in the New York Times.
This bullshit is the tip of the iceberg people. It's the Wild West out there.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Bsi 1,392.67 +7.23 +.52%
A day of relative calm (at least on this Index).
Right wing smear tactics and comments by Michelle Obama and Josh Howard have tried to color blacks as less than when it comes to patriotism. However, all these moves are political as, in truth, blacks have been better to this country than it has been to them.
Brothers gonna work it out.
For over 30 million people of African decent call the United States home. And we're not going anywhere.
Don't get it twisted.
Hate (and/or Haters, Hating, Hateration, Hater-ade, et al)
Mary J. Blige said it first. We don't need no haters. Saul Williams, though, said it best.
Monday, September 22, 2008
Bsi 1,385.44 -68.32 -4.69%
While analysts aren't surprised to find that race will play a role in the upcoming presidential election, a recent Associated Press poll lead to revelations that rocked the market.
Fewer than one in five white Republicans were willing to describe blacks as either determined, law abiding or dependable. White Democrats fared better, but not much.
George Bush has company.
Market experts had been bullish following Barack Obama's winning the Democratic nomination and his subsequent lead in national polls. However, these numbers paint a sobering picture about where we are today with regards to white attitudes about blacks.
"Not you Condi, you're one of the good ones."