Lion Fight 37 – My introduction to Muay Thai

“Jurrell! Kill’em!” That was a fan who rooted for Jurell Laronal, a super middleweight Muay Thai fighter competing in the amateur prelims of Lion Fight 37. The fan was the only person screaming at that moment, but he certainly wasn’t alone the rest of the night. If there was anything I learned from my first…

Achilla Strong: the case for ferocious women.

  During Women’s History Month, I would be remiss to neglect discussing the characters who keep the Nephilim Chronicles alive. Ferocious women are the driving force behind my fiction writing and with good reason. Strong women in real life provide enough motivation for a lifetime’s worth of novel writing. As of late, women have shown…

Mass desensitization-Words of the Serpent introduces propaganda.

“Time for final thoughts. This week two officers were ambushed in Des Moines, Iowa. We lost two blue lives. That’s blue. Notice how I didn’t say we lost two white people in Iowa? See there seems to be some confusion from the Black Lives Matter community on exactly what it means to back the blue,…

Andre Ward-Boxing’s next black hero refuses to be the villain.

Portraying black men as villains is not new to American culture, and light-heavyweight boxer Andre Ward has learned this dynamic through experience. Ever since Jack Johnson won the heavyweight title and Birth of a Nation released soon after, America has shown that black men make the most headlines when they’re painted as the bad guys,…

Civil Rights with Donald Trump-the New Deal for Black America

Now that Donald Trump is the president-elect, it’s time to actually examine his policies, including those for the black community.  For anyone who forgot, Trump’s relationship with black people isn’t exactly stellar. The Justice Department sued him for racial discrimination, he called for the Central Park Five’s execution and still thinks they’re guilty, and he…

New Civil Rights Movement-we must fight during Donald Trump’s presidency

Donald Trump just won the presidential election, and white supremacists are rejoicing all over the country, including David Duke and Tomi Lahren.  It’s easy to call today a victory for racism, sexism, xenophobia,  all of the social ills Trump represents. Lahren and Duke are right, as long as you consider “our people”  White Supremacist America,…

The Trump effect: how white privilege ran for president.

This year Donald Trump  showed the kind of leniency a combination of white  and male privilege provides, and until we address it head-on, this inequality will remain. Before going any further, let’s address privilege for those who are often offended by the phrase, usually because they have no idea what it means. Allan G. Johnson,…

The Commander-in-Chief Forum through the eyes of a former Marine.

Below is a submission from a former E-3 Lance Corporal with the Marine Corps military police who served two years of active duty and is currently married to an active duty member of the Army.  Due to military restrictions on publicly expressing  political views, the Marine chose to remain anonymous. There is some coarse language,…

They sicced dogs on protesters. Where are our presidential candidates?

For the first time since Birmingham, Alabama in 1963, dogs attacked peaceful protesters in America. Private security guards sicced their dogs on the Natives protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota on September 3rd, and most of our presidential candidates have yet to say a word about it. The dogs bit at least six people and…

Is she a hero or a thug?: the birth of Achilla Johnson.

Here’s another audio report. This one describes how and why I created Achilla Johnson and the Nephilim Chronicles series, along with the success of my first book signing. Enjoy. Keep writing, my friends. No apologies, G. Miller

“Look at those thugs!”: the black savage narrative is still dangerous.

Ryan Lochte is not the only one who lies about robberies. A female delivery driver reported an armed robbery at the University of Missouri on Thursday. She was arrested Friday for filing a false report in which she described the perpetrator as a black male who was  “6-feet-tall, some facial hair with a possible goatee, upper arm tattoo,…

Take it or leave it: the intellectual cowardice of white privilege.

“To mute the slave has always been to the best interests of the slave owner, and I think that when a black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it.” -Harry Belafonte during his interview with…