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Topic - Louis Farrakhan
Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel may not find a lot of love within the Republican Party, but Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan supports him.
Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan said during Sunday's annual Saviours' Day convention in Chicago that "gang bangers" could serve a better purpose by training to become soldiers who protect his group's assets.
Barack Obama is really just one of the guys. He wants to take away Joe Sixpack’s guns, but he wants everybody to know that he’s a shooter and intends to keep his own shootin’ iron.
Is Jamie Foxx a racist? The actor recently hosted "Saturday Night Live," delivering a rant that was supposed to be funny. It wasn't. In fact, had a white person delivered the same monologue but simply exchanged the word "white" for "black," his career would be over.
Chicago. Chicago. Chicago.
A chicken, a big-city mayor and a duck walk into a bar. The bartender looks up and says, "What is this, a joke?"
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel waltzed into the Chick-fil-A controversy Wednesday when he declared, "Chick-fil-A's values are not Chicago values. And if you're gonna be part of the Chicago community, you should reflect Chicago values."
Trayvon Martin has been tragically killed. The black Florida teen was shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer, George Zimmerman, in the suburb of Sanford, Fla. Instead of letting justice take its course, race-baiters are exploiting Martin's death. They are being led by President Obama. His actions have been irresponsible, fanning the flames of racial discontent and division.
Believe it or not, actress Hilary Duff and Nation of Islam minister Louis Farrakhan have something in common: Both enjoyed a D.C. police escort before bad-boy celebrity Charlie Sheen highlighted the muddled policy issue in April, according to a ranking Metropolitan police officer.
A federal judge won't reconsider his order sending the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage to Missouri to have a competency exam at a federal medical facility and that it be videotaped.
To all outward appearances, the just-concluded Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was a huge success. It was attended by a large, boisterous crowd, a substantial part of which was student-age - a promising indicator of the movement's appeal to the coming generation. A number of luminaries, including several prospective presidential candidates, addressed enthusiastic audiences clearly invigorated by November's successes at the polls.
Mr. Farrakhan added, according to National Review, "It also sentences America to war with Iran for the state of Israel."
"So let me tell you, Senator Hagel is in trouble, but American needs a man in Congress like that, who's not a rubber stamp for others," he said, as quoted by National Review Online. "You need a man like Senator Hagel as your Secretary of Defense. A man with a mind like that will keep you out of fighting somebody else's wars. ... If the Senate does not confirm him as defense secretary because of his opinion on Israel, that only proves that the Senate in the U.S. Congress is controlled by the Israeli lobby."