By Jay Kirell
Impotence: The condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything.
You knew it was going to happen.
Since the George Zimmerman trial concluded with what many considered a shocking acquittal, the cheer from conservative America was made only sweeter by the outrage from the progressive community over the verdict. On the Internet and cable news there’s been a steady talking point for the Trayvon Martin shooting as being exploited for racial purposes to fit an agenda they believe “the Left” has.
“Law & Order: SVU” is tackling the Paula Deen racism controversy. The long-running NBC police drama is combining the Deen controversy with a Trayvon Martin-esque storyline.
Cybill Shepherd will play Jolene Castille, high-profile celebrity chef who shoots and kills an unarmed teen in a hoodie on the Upper West Side because she thought she was being pursued by a rapist. The character claims self-defense because she knew the detectives were after a rapist who fit the description, according to TV Guide.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, is tapping into music to spread her message against gun violence.
Fulton and gospel hip-hop artist T. Dogg collaborated to create the song, “Joy Comes in the Morning.” Fulton reached out to the musician after being inspired by another one of his songs. She said asked him to write a song about her experience, Local 6 sister station WPLG-TV in Miami reported.
Rapper The Game has unveiled his latest tattoo, a likeness of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin’s face on his lower leg.
The hip hop star, famed for his well inked torso, had the tattoo carried out by Roman Abrego at Artistic Element in Los Angeles on Friday, it took seven hours.