Editorials The Aim of This World? Kill The Messenger of God
Unrelenting attacks on the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan have continued and moved again into Congress under the guise of an anti-hate resolution. It is insulting and beyond ironic that a man who repairs and uplifts those damaged and destroyed by hatred has become the target of such blatant and vicious lies.
Updated Feb 4, 2019 - 11:07:04 PM
Editorials Rep. Green’s folly and false charges against Farrakhan
Whether Mr. Green has kowtowed to Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi and those who want his “Impeach 45” rhetoric cooled before it offends White Voters and Caucasian Crossover Voters or simply desires some party favor is unknown.
Updated Jan 22, 2019 - 12:50:30 PM
Editorials Dreams, delusions and slander
Film and media maker Dream Hampton touched many emotions in Black America with her series “Surviving R. Kelly,” which aired to incredible numbers for the Lifetime network. It told the stories of women and families who say they have suffered because of the alleged sexual and other misdeeds of the R&B singer.
Updated Jan 18, 2019 - 9:10:37 PM
Editorials Discernment, misguided opinions and ending religious gangbanging
Pastor Jamal Bryant is a brilliant Black man, who grew a sizable congregation in Baltimore, before moving on to a new home at New Birth, a megachurch in Atlanta. He has a lot that he can teach people based on his knowledge, experience and spiritual gifts that he has been blessed with.
Updated Jan 9, 2019 - 7:19:30 AM
Editorials A new year, an old fight, a new opportunity
As the old year goes out and a new year comes in, there is anticipation and hope that the future will be better and brighter than the immediate past. Resolutions are made to change, plans are conceived and a new spirit seems to permeate the atmosphere.
Updated Dec 31, 2018 - 12:43:58 PM
Editorials Peace On Earth … Good Will Toward Men?
And, as we close the year, should we close the year engaged in “fantastic foolishness” versus a sober assessment of the year that was and consideration of the year to come?
Updated Dec 25, 2018 - 3:48:13 PM
Editorials The Truth About American Hatred And Unjust Attacks On Min. Farrakhan
Today’s violence and division cannot be divorced from hatred deeply rooted in American life. It cannot be divorced from the president, his words and his actions that embolden angry and disaffected Whites. The president must take some responsibility for his contribution to the ugly political, social and racial climate in America. But fault does not lie with Mr. Trump alone.
Updated Oct 30, 2018 - 10:41:50 AM
Editorials In Defense of Farrakhan
It was a beautiful October day. The spirit was high despite a sometimes brisk wind, but those assembled and many others tuned in via the internet were uplifted and inspired by words spoken by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheater in Detroit.
Updated Oct 23, 2018 - 9:57:05 AM
Editorials Defending Kanye West
Black Twitter was ablaze and much of Black America was enraged after a meeting between Kanye West and President Donald Trump in the Oval Office with critics blasting Yeezy as everything from a victim of bi-polar disease to a sell-out.
Updated Oct 17, 2018 - 2:18:54 PM
Editorials Twisting Aretha’s Gospel
While Jewish groups and leaders love to recite the myth of an incredible Black-Jewish relationship, history proves otherwise. And, in their obsessive rage against Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan not even respect for the funeral of Aretha Franklin, the late singer and cultural icon, could keep them from spewing venomous hate.
Updated Sep 11, 2018 - 10:54:36 AM