The Washington University chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is in hot water today after allegations surfaced of a pledge activity that involved photographing black students and reciting a rap with racial slurs.
University administrators have officially suspended the SAE chapter and are now ... More >>
Editor: Tef Poe is an artist from St. Louis City. Through powerful imagery and complicated honesty, he has earned a reputation as one of the best rappers telling the story of St. Louis, which is about much more than one place. Poe has been featured in music publications such as XXL and Urb Magazine. ... More >>
We should have known this didn't go down quietly.
A spokesman for the Webster Groves police department confirms that on November 12, they were called to the studios of KFNS AM-590 where they found longtime sports jockey Kevin Slaten in, shall we say, a bit of a state.
"They'd just terminated his s ... More >>
If black candidates do not win these elections, where the odds are stacked against them, St. Louis, a city that is roughly 50 percent African American, will have no black representatives in Congress, the Missouri Senate or in the state House.
Attention ladies of St. Louis: We are in the middle of a R.E.A.L. Love Celebration. Dwayne L. Buckingham, a psychotherapist and author from Silver Spring, Maryland, has come to town to promote his new book, Qualified, Yet Single, and will explain to you tonight why even the most eligible-seeming men ... More >>
Christine Byers over at the Post-Dispatch has the amazing story of crime union between an avowed white supremacist eagerly going into business with a black gang member in order to circumvent the federal laws regarding the purchase of cold medicine so they could use the pseudoephedrine to make met ... More >>
Das Racist loves white people.Das Racist | Danny Brown | Despot
October 16, 2011
The Cardinals are going to the World Series! There's dancing in the streets of St. Louis! Or so I would imagine. I don't know for sure, because I'm in the Firebird, where Das Racist is two songs in ... More >>
Kevin T. Malone is facing several levels of embarrassment these days. A few of the (alleged) reasons:
1. As a 51-year-old man, he picked a fight with a 14-year-old boy.
2. As a 51-year-old elected official, he picked a fight with a 14-year-old boy.
3. As a 51-year-old elected official, he pi ... More >>
Today's comment comes from a post on City of Haterz, a new documentary exploring the question: Are St. Louis' blacks keeping each other down?Commenter "Dyarborough" has seen the film and believes it has a lot to teach. S/he writes:
Chapelle-Nadal: Do I sound crazy? I don't sound crazy. No, not at all.So, if you haven't heard by now, State Senator Maria Chapelle-Nadal earned the ire of many of her fellow elected officials on Tuesday when she compared them to "house slaves" during an interview on WGNU. Chapelle-Nadal made the ... More >>
Kinder: Tweets gone wild.As you may be aware, the NAACP came out this week with a report connecting the Tea Party to fringe racist movements. As you can imagine, the Tea Party rejects the racist allegations. Now, one of Missouri's biggest Tea Party cheerleaders, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, is turning ... More >>
The Anti-Defamation League yesterday released the findings of its 2009 audit on the number of anti-Semitic incidents occurring last year in the U.S. The study found a total of 1,211 acts targeting Jews -- including 29 assaults, 422 acts of vandalism and 760 incidents of harassment. Not surprising ... More >>
James O'Keefe learns that pimpin' ain't easy.It keeps getting worse for political activist (and pride of the St. Louis Tea Party) James O'Keefe. Last week he was arrested for illegally attempting to access the phone lines of Lousiana Senator Mary Landrieu. Over the weekend Daily RFT voters ... More >>
Add Missouri Congressman William Lacy Clay to the number of folks outraged that a bar in Chicago refused to allow entry to six African-American students from Washington University. Sounds like a job for Bagg'ns.Today the the congressman asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the alle ... More >>
Remember the indignation in 2007 when Mayor Francis Slay demoted the city's first African-American fire chief, Sherman George? The move enraged the city's black majority. Protests followed. Slay was booed from a public speaking event, and more than a few people predicted that the feud would cost Sla ... More >>