A History of Violence

I’ve seen more dead bodies then I care to remember. Premature death seems to be somewhat of a cultural identity. This considering the extenuating factors isn’t surprising. A lack of an adequate education, poverty, lack of a proper nutritional diet, single parent households, blighted communities and career advancement examples set by men, who gain by … Continue reading A History of Violence


Aaron Hernandez: A Propensity for Violence 

I wish I could hold sympathy for a murderer. In fact, how do you even sympathize with a millionaire murderer? He had it all and seemingly threw it all away. Why? The irony of the street culture is we only glorify the success stories. We speak of the entertainers and pro athletes. Who remain ingratiated … Continue reading Aaron Hernandez: A Propensity for Violence