Today we learned of the passing of our good friend J.C. McGhee. He was the heart and soul of this blog and our radio show. Please remember him as we do. The funniest writer and commentator. The greatest friend. We love you and miss you! It will never be the same without you!
DID OBAMA/BIDEN CAUSE DEATH OF A US AMBASSADOR? Edward “Reese On The Radio” Hopkins - Sept. 12, 2012 “Obama, Obama, we are all Osama”! This is what was shouted outside and inside our US Embassy before the killings of 4 diplomats, including US Ambassador J. Chris Stevens in Libya. In fact, ABC News Radio has reported on … Continue reading
As I’m sure many of you will be remembering those who died on this day 11 years ago. Please remember that we must continue to rid the world of those who wish only to add to the death toll of 2,756 that died at the World Trade Center. 2,996 in all. Freedom is not free! … Continue reading
Reese On The Radio talks openly about the impact of Rodney King in our society. Listen at your own risk!
Adam Youch (aka MCA) loses battle with cancer. May 4, 2012 – Sadly, Hip-Hop has lost a true icon of the genre. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame had just inducted The Beastie Boys last month. Unfortunately, Adam Youch (above center) could not attend the ceremony. Many knew of his battle with cancer since … Continue reading
March 1, 2012 at 6:06 am – Dateline: With a terrible feeling of pain and loss we announce the passing of Andrew Breitbart. Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles. We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and … Continue reading
What’s the big deal? Were we never supposed to see Whitney Houston dead? Many are enraged by this photo. Why? She died. Are we supposed to be oblivious to the raw image of death? I do not see the purpose for outrage. This is not a picture of Whitney Houston as she died. In a … Continue reading
Although we are saddened by the sudden loss of the American icon. Reese On The Radio has decided to focus on those times our dear Whitney Houston brought us laughter and joy. It’s a celebration of life’s ups and down. Anyone can spend the day playing old songs. Whitney deserves better than that. Share a … Continue reading
To quote the legend, “Heavy you’re my hero” I would like to share two (of plenty) of recordings I loved by this pioneer of the Hip-Hop world
Louis Farrakhan will not be happy about the news that his friend has been killed and that Barack Obama is getting the credit. Farrakhan warned Obama not to become entangled in the ways of those “devils” in the White House. Did Obama listen? No. What will be the backlash of the Nation of Islam, the … Continue reading