Fair enough. I struck instances calling him white, though, as others have mentioned, white and black Latinx certainly exist. For accuracy’s sake (because it’s not verified), better to leave it off.
It was linked previously, but sometimes links drop when going from a draft to being published on the site (weird Kinja bug). Just re-linked so it’s accessible in the article and in the comments.
Oooo. Just updated!
I was about to say, as someone who grew up in the DMV...seeing Cowboys fans at Washington football games was a CONSTANT.
You’re still eating paper and glue at this big age, beloved?
Speaking on behalf of the world:
“If you don’t fuck with the people, keep your hands off the culture” is pretty good advice that conservatives will never follow.
Will no one think of Michelle? :-(
Listen, I amended that praise to “well...he’s made songs.” Because, yeah.
There are. Just clarified it in the post because I realized I hadn’t mentioned that—thanks!
They did ask about party identification, and that section was well covered by news outlets. My issue with using party identification as a substitute for talking about race is that black or Latinx is *not* synonymous with “Democrat”—but you wouldn’t know that based on the vast majority of political coverage.
You’re not in the America group text????
Right, it makes it sound like there was two equal opposing sides—which there most certainly wasn’t.
Perhaps the fact that these things are coming out, rather than being safely locked away and managed from the shadows
That a college student anxious to get home for an early class would then go outside and break into cars, and then escalate a situation with a security guard, is a *lot* to ask someone to believe. In fact, what would cause *anyone* to get inside an armed guard’s car to try to fight them?
Right, or as I like to call them, “singers who can sing.”