It shouldn't be considered revolutionary to think about Black Political Science as something that's as detailed and scientific as finance but this is where we are. The author audits the 1995-2022 political period in Black America and offers specific solutions that put the emphasis on science in political science and fully expose the corruption within the Negro Swamp and the inefficiencies in our politics. Corruption and lobbying (swamp) are not emphasized in Black politics. They should be.

From Symbolism to Science

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I was interviewing the chairman of the political science department at Howard University and I asked him if his department teaches any courses on corruption and lobbying in politics. He told me no. 

The more I researched about the rise of the political influence of Facebook, Google, Amazon, influential government contractors such as Raytheon and Lockheed Martin , and lobby groups AIPAC, the pieces of the monopoly board started coming together. Specifically, how corporations and an enormous amount of money, corruption and lobbying fatally weaken and undermine Black American politics and Black Americans. The factors of this political weakness during the period of 1995-2022 haven't been carefully isolated and audited. For example, we know a lot about the perceived benefits of Barack Obama but not much about the costs to Black America.  The intention of Negro Swamp is to give you a clearer picture of the political balance sheet.

How can we understand our politics and political weakness if we don't connect the dots with the money? I found myself better understanding American politics. Once we understand how the American machine works at a scientific level, what do we do about it? Once we understand that symbolism and "first Black diversity" work more for corporations and the establishment keeping power in the Democratic Party, than for substantive policies for Black Americans, what do we do about it?

How Do We Go From Prioritizing Symbolism and ‘Political Spook’ to Science?

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Political Investments and Outcomes Should Be Objectively Audited Like Businesses

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Corruption and Lobbying (Swamp) Is Not Emphasized in Black Politics But Should Be

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The Prioritization of Reparations Policy Is Good Political Science

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How Barack Obama and Obama-ism Acquired and Monopolized Black Politics

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What is Scientific Nationalism for Black America?

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The New King of Digital Media

OZY

100 Most Influential African Americans

EBONY

A Digital Powerhouse

JET MAGAZINE

JAMARLIN MARTIN

Mr. Martin is the founder and CEO of Nubai Ventures and The Moguldom Nation and the creator of the GHOGH with Jamarlin Martin podcast. A pioneer and thought leader in digital media, he grew Moguldom Media Group into a multiple-brand digital media and entertainment platform, selling three brands to Urban One NASDAQ: UONEK. Dubbed a “digital powerhouse” by Jet Magazine, Mr. Martin has been listed in the Ebony 100 list of most influential African Americans.

His insight and acumen have been hailed in the press including Inc. Magazine, OZY Media - which described him as an “Emperor of Digital Media” -- Digiday, and Fortune’s "David and Goliath" column. Highly respected in the digital media industry, Mr. Martin has received the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2015, amongst many other noteworthy awards.

He is often cited as a subject-matter expert in paid discovery marketing, which he considers an essential element to grow multimillion-dollar digital brands in the shortest time possible. Mr. Martin’s media career began with blogging on financial markets, where he founded The Detached Trader. He attended Syracuse University College of Law and earned his Political Science degree from Morehouse College.

A recognized thought leader in audience engagement and marketing strategies, Jamarlin Martin’s Moguldom now has a 10-year track record of launching and scaling successful digital brands while quickly adapting to market disruption and technological change, often ahead of the curve, leveraging first-party audience analysis and content marketing prowess to drive traffic, transactions and engagement.

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"The New King of Digital Media"  — OZY

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My journey into Black politics started when I was seventeen and took a bus from South Central Los Angeles to the Million Man March on October 16, 1995.

Negro Swamp is an account of what's happened since 1995. I said to myself, "My people deserve an audit of our political affairs to set up a great reset, a renaissance." This Black political renaissance must be programmed with more scientific thinking and less symbolism. More scientific thinking and and less spook. More action and accountability and less prayer.  More strategy and planning and fewer sermons and preaching.  More political efficiency and fewer promises. Corruption and lobbying (Swamp) are not emphasized in Black Politics but should be. We have been navigating a Negro Swamp from 1995 to 2022 but it is now time for a new Scientific Nationalism for Black America.