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MRBlog | The Genius of Pope Francis’ Subtle Rhetoric

MRBlog | The Genius of Pope Francis’ Subtle Rhetoric

Thomas J. Whitley September 25, 2015 0

By Thomas J. Whitley Much has been made of Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. In a supposedly increasingly secular age, it has been a media event largely without parallel, rivaled only perhaps by

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MRBlog | Playing The Prophet: Michael Eric Dyson, Cornel West, and The True Black Prophet

MRBlog | Playing The Prophet: Michael Eric Dyson, Cornel West, and The True Black Prophet

Thomas J. Whitley April 23, 2015 1

  By Thomas J. Whitley By now you’ve no doubt heard about (and hopefully read) Michael Eric Dyson’s epic 10,000-word excoriation of Cornel West, his once and former mentor: The Ghost of Cornel West.

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“Hands Up!”: Mountaintops and the Dawn of White Limitation – By Christopher M. Driscoll

“Hands Up!”: Mountaintops and the Dawn of White Limitation – By Christopher M. Driscoll

Christopher Driscoll January 19, 2015 2

Christopher M. Driscoll on America’s Dawn Wall The hard truth is that neither Negro nor white has yet done enough to expect the dawn of a new day… With these words taken from Dr.

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