Category: The Breeze

Gurriel Bigotry

Gurriel Bigotry Warranted A World Series Suspension

  Houston’s Cuban first baseman Yuli Gurriel celebrated a home run off the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Japanese starting pitcher Yu Darvish with bigoted behavior in the Astros’ during game 3 of the World Series. His gesture is one that could never be interpreted as a sign of respect, and Gurriel...

dotard's dossier

Dotard’s Dossier Opposition: Research vs. Collusion

  Eli Watkins, Dan Merica and Katelyn Polantz report on the Dotard’s dossier, a collection of memos that were initially intended as political opposition research by Christopher Steele, a former MI6 officer, who was hired in the summer of 2016 by a Washington firm that was already collecting opposition research...

#airbrooklyn

#AirBrooklyn and Killing The Breeze on Identity Politics

  Killing The Breeze founder Kwaisi France sits down with digital journalist and editor Ben Piven for his #airbrooklyn podcast to discuss identity politics, sports and a dotard named Trump. Be sure to check out the entire #airbrooklyn series.     Identity Politics With #AirBrooklyn I am focused on race,...

democrats

1000 Seats Here, 1000 Seats There, It’s Puro For Democrats

  During the Obama Administration, Democrats experienced a net loss of 1,042 state and federal posts, including congressional and state legislative seats, governorships, and the presidency. Democratic U.S. Senate seats fell from 55 to 46. The share of the House plummeted from 256 seats to 194. Democratic governerships also became...

capitalism

Capitalism: They Don’t Even Know Who You Are Anymore

  The right has seemingly moved on from an unyielding love for free market capitalism to economic nationalism, the latter almost the polar opposite of the former. Talks of existing workers competing with immigrants and other new market entrants have ceased. What happened?   Capitalism Is Not What You Thought...

e-learnng

Writing Strategies for E-Learning

  Struggling with e-learning course work? Well, writing is at times a difficult process. Even the most famous writers experience stages where they cannot get their writing rhythm and tempo. When it comes to writing for e-Learning, it’s even more challenging. Through its instructional design, it demands writers be exact,...