Emotional S.E. Cupp Comments on Same-Sex Marriage Decision

An emotional S.E. Cupp went on CNN in support of the United States Supreme Court‘s decision on same-sex marriage. Cupp has been a long-time supporter of same-sex marriage, and has openly challenged her fellow Republicans on gay rights. As a fan of Cupp I can tell you this is a genuine moment, and I hope more conservatives (and Liberals) would take a cue from Cupp and see that we do not have to be blind in our beliefs and be 100% one way.

Side note, I love S.E. Cupp but I miss the red hair. Not saying the blonde look is bad, just saying that dark red hair tho HAHA!!!



As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!


Have You Ever Wanted To Party Like a NBA Draft Pick?

Now I am 6’3″ and about 260 lbs (give or take), and from time to time when I am out in NYC I see people looking at me as if they know me. A lot of people mistaken for a football player, and I tell them, “I’m just a regular dude who is big for no reason” HAHAHA! (credit to my homies for the big for no reason comment)

If I wanted to, I probably could have taken advantage of the situation and got some preferential treatment. So when I saw this video of Connor Toole of Elite Daily posing as a newly drafted player of the Utah Jazz, I thought this was hilarious.

Ummmm, damn I never saw boobs when people I thought I was someone else…

I guess I could hate on Connor, I mean it’s not like he was partying at 1Oak, Up & Down, or VIP Room. But hey, he still saw some great NYC boobs and made out with a chick!

Groupies will be groupies…..


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

Photo and Video credit: Elite Daily

Ann Coulter Calls Gov. Nikki Haley an Immigrant 


I can’t help but laugh at Ann Coulter, and I wonder why can’t everyone just do the same.

Coulter has never been afraid to say outrageous things, and it’s part of her game in getting attention. But Coulter doesn’t say crazy things just to say it; she fully believes in the things she says. And her recent comments in response to South Carolina Governor, Nikki Haley‘s call to remove the Confederate flag from state grounds.

COULTER: I’m a student of American history, so I’m appalled by — though I would really like to like Nikki Haley since she is a Republican. On the other hand, she is an immigrant and does not understand America’s history. The flag we’re talking about —

KENNEDY: You think immigrants can’t understand the history?

COULTER: Well, she doesn’t. The Confederate flag we’re talking about never flew over an official Confederate building. It was a battle flag. It is to honor Robert E. Lee. And anyone who knows the first thing about military history, knows that there is no greater army that ever took the field than the Confederate Army.

Haley is the daughter of Sikh immigrants from India. Her parents migrated from Amritsar to Bramberg, S.C. She was born and raised in Bramberg.

People on Twitter immediately jumped on Coulter, trolling her on her mistake but in the true Coulter defiance she double-downed on her comments.


Nidal Hasan (Fort Hood Shooter), Anwar al-Awlaki (American and Yemeni imam and Islamic militant), and Octomom aka Nadya Suleman (Iraqi and Lithuanian)

Yup, that’s right. In the world of Ann Coulter, Nikki Haley, an American citizen is a 2nd generation immigrant. There’s no talking to someone so entrenched in their own beliefs. So instead of giving Coulter attention, just ignore her!


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!



Democrats To Introduce Voting Rights Advancement Act 2015

While the focus has been on Charleston, South Carolina and the #CharlestonShooting. Senate Democrats are set to present a bill to restore a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) that was struck down by the United States Supreme Court 2-years ago.

In 2013 the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of the VRA that required states with a history of voter discrimination to receive approval for any changes to voting from the federal government. 9 states were covered by this; Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Parts of six others states California, Florida, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, South Dakota were also covered.

Almost immediately after the Supreme Court’s ruling, states like North Carolina and Texas adopted new Voter ID Laws that were challenged by the Department of Justice (DOJ).

The Voting Rights Advancement Act that will be introduced by Senator Patrick Leahy (Vermont-D) restores the strength of the VRA

States with 15 voting violations over the past 25 years, or 10 violations if one was statewide, to submit future election changes for federal approval. This new formula would initially cover 13 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Coverage would last for a 10-year period.

I’m pretty sure this bill will face some difficulty in passing. It will be up to the Democratic presidential candidates like Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders to make this and issue during their campaigns. Republicans will have to be shamed into addressing voter’s rights.


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

Photo Credit: AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin

A Picture That Epitomizes NYC Sports in the 80s


In the mid to late 80s the sports scene in NYC was owned by the Giants, Mets and Mike Tyson.

The Giants, Mets and Tyson not only beat-up on their opponents and won championships in their respective sports, but they also partied hard in the streets of NYC.

The stories of Lawrence Taylor partying in NYC are almost as legendary as Charlie Murphy and Rick James chillen at the China Club.

But, no one could out party the ’86 Mets held their own and of course Mike Tyson was a like a kid in the candy store

Can you imagine Facebook, Twitter, Snap Chat and Instagram back then in the 80s?????


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

President Barack Obama on Police-Community Relations

While many were lost focusing on President Barack Obama saying ‘nigger’ during his interview on Marc Maron‘s podcast ‘WTF’ (What The Fuck). The president made some interesting comments during the interview.

Maron and Obama touched a number of topics; climate change, relationship with congress, what he has done as president, what he likes to do for fun and of course race relations.

I thought the race relation discussion was the most interesting, and not because he said ‘nigger’ (One thing to keep in mind, in the podcast Maron and Obama jump around a bit in this discussion but for my recap I grouped the discussion together).

With the Charleston Shooting still fresh on his mind, Obama immediately reiterated the points he made in his press conference Thursday. He talked about stronger gun control laws and how the stats show the U.S. sadly leading the way in deaths involving guns (per population). Obama states he still believes that stronger laws can be enacted, but he expressed how deeply saddened he was when nothing was done after Newtown.

While understanding the obstacles that stand in the way of stronger gun control laws, Obama expressed faith in the people. That faith is based on people he has spoken to outside of politics, and identifies politics as the reason for the disconnect.

In discussing police-community relations, Obama started by making the following strong statement:  

To young people… Do not say nothing has changed when it comes to race in America, unless you lived thru being a Black man in the 1950s, 60s or 70s…. It’s incontrovertible that race relations have improved significantly and that attitudes have changed, that is a fact!

While acknowledging things have improved he also made sure to note that it doesn’t mean that racism is dead. He stated, “the legacy of Jim Crow casts a long shadow…” As it is still part of our DNA.

The main point for Obama was that he didn’t want people to take for granted the progress we (Black people) have made, and that we need to take that progress and  continue to build. Basically, we do not have to tear the whole thing down and start from the beginning.

Concerning police, he acknowledged they have a tough job, and part of the reason the job is so tough is due to those poor communities being, “systematically locked out of opportunity and suffered from legacy of discrimination” and we send cops in to keep those folks from making too much trouble.

Maron quickly followed up asking how do we change that?

Obama responded by focusing on the task force he put together and touting the changes they presented. He also discussed the need to provide hope to the children and giving the people opportunity. He elaborates on the effectiveness of early childhood education and how that has shown to get children to the same levels of a children who are in the middle-class.  Unfortunately Obama admits this is not happening in enough areas, and only seeing success in bits and pieces.

As I stated in the beginning the president made some interesting points, but with the media focused on the use of a certain word; we are missing out on another opportunity to explore more important areas that need further discussion.


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!