Tag: MSNBC

“Dark”ness in Boston: When Getting It Right Goes Wrong…


♠ What Happens When A “Dark-Skinned Male” isn’t… ♠ “Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.” — Will Rogers DETROIT (JSC) — Greetings & salutations, people. After what has been honestly one of the more insane news…

Protected: Transitional Me: The Joy & Pain of Rediscovering Myself at 33


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The Future of Jay Scott Confidential…

It's Official

After a near six-month hiatus, I return to discuss the future of this Blog site. Considering that its purpose was to serve as a conduit for me to write in lieu of a professional gig, what the hell am I gonna do now that I actually have one? Well, read it and see, fool!

Case Study: What We Learned From Casey Anthony…

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A murder trial that I had a passing interest in, hit me with a verdict that I REALLY didn’t see coming. Apparently Reasonable Doubt and Common Sense are not mutually exclusive to one another and a 2-year-old girl will never be vindicated. Casey Anthony: Hell awaits you.

Fair & Imbalanced: Why Journalism is Being Held Hostage…


In the wake of Shirley Sherrod, The Fiasco that was “The Decision”, The Flint Slasher, and Fox News helping to ruin Journalism with its bias and race-baiting, it’s time to just say it: Reporters are in Danger. And the art form that I have grown to love is also in Danger. “Fair & Balanced”…my ass.

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