Republican Sen. Graham plans to alter the Amendment that gave African Americans citizenship rights

The 14th Amendment ensured black citizenship when it was ratified in 1868. According to Senator Graham and other Republican leaders, the rationale of senators calling for hearings on the 14th Amendment is supposedly a concern about illegal immigration.

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Minister Farrakhan’s warning to Wyclef Jean on leading Haiti

During Saviour’s Day February 28, 2010 “prophetically” warns Wyclef Jean on the dangers and traps of leading his people. *Warning* Minister Farrakhan goes on a rant or two during his speech.

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[Confirmed] Wyclef Jean to run for President of Haiti

A former top legislator and ally confirmed to the Associated Press that Haitian-born hip-hop star Wyclef Jean plans to run for president of Haiti.

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Are Black politicians being unfairly targeted by ethics committees?

The prospect of Charles Rangel and Maxine Waters, enduring unprecedented public ethics trials adds to the growing tension between black members of Congress and Democratic leaders. The Congressional Black Caucus has complained that the House ethics process disproportionally targets African Americans.

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Possibly the most effective 34 seconds political ad ever.

Aspiring Attorney General Ken Hodges served as special prosecutor in the 2003 shooting death of a Muscogee County black man, Kenneth Walker, by a white sheriff’s deputy, David Glisson.

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Pres. Obama opens criminal investigation into oil spill

The attorney general said there was a range of possible violations under a number of statutes, including the Clean Water Act, the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and the Endangered Species Act.

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Is the Obama Administration Slacking on the Spill?

Is the Obama administration failing to adequately address the BP oil field breach in the gulf? James Carville says YES, BIG TIME! What do YOU think?

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“Selective Terrorism” An Editorial by David Banner

Producer, Rapper, Actor David Banner drops another editorial. This time the Boss of Mississippi exposes a key bias in the reporting and classification of terror attacks.

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