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A lesson from the Million Man March

The Million Man March, October 16, 1995, was a day of great joy and a major victory in a world where Black men are denigrated, rejected, targeted, hated and stereotyped. We live in the world of an enemy who has made us enemies to ourselves and to one another with us not knowing Satan...

A Divine Warner and the Plight of a Modern Pharaoh

News that President Trump was stricken with the coronavirus raised concerns as the United States was weeks away from an important national election. The reports of the president’s illness, and Covid-19 striking high level staffers, senators, and high profile guests who have had interactions or closeness to the president added to an already stressful...

‘Prove all things’: We can only trust therapies or vaccines vetted by those we trust

Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.1 Thessalonians 5:21 The ability of President Trump to lie knows no bounds and his lies have consequences. Recent revelations, including the president in his own words, prove the president knew early on about the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic and how deadly it could be.

No justice at the Justice Department

EDITORIAL The federal Department of Justice is supposed to represent the highest law of the land, serve as an unimpeachable defender of American constitutional rights and the final protector of those who face abuse, in particular at the hands of those who act under color of law. What is supposed to...

Words from Mr. Biden?

After being viciously verbally pummeled by Donald Trump, the Democratic Party’s champion, Joe Biden, responded to the president’s declaration that the former vice president was soft on crime and the country, especially safe, White suburbs would be overrun by out of control Black hordes of looters and criminals, if Mr. Biden was elected. Speaking...

America’s salvation requires walking in the light of truth

Joe Biden has been declared the leader of the Democratic Party and exited its convention having delivered the best speech of his political life as part of his effort to gain the White House in 2020. The Democrats’ candidate for president emerged from his bunker in a Covid-19 stricken world speaking of light, national...

Politics, promises and power

The country’s national election will be held Nov. 3 and the run up to voting for the next president is in full swing. This is undoubtably one of the most consequential elections in recent years with a president consumed by narcissism, self-absorption and deceit. He appeals to the worst of the millions who follow and empower him....

The Way to Peace and Contentment of Mind

Almost daily comes video, statistics, tears, and tragedy depicting harrowing conditions Black people face in the United States. Political leaders seem weak, failing and unable to honestly meet questions and problems of race and reality head on. The American president views everything through a narcissistic kaleidoscope devoid of national interest. Everything...

Lessons from Nick Cannon’s Class

Naba’a Muhammad It’s been a little while since celebrity Nick Cannon sat down with Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Los Angeles-based Weinstein Center for a dialogue following controversy after “The Masked Singer” host was excoriated for an interview with Professor Griff of Public Enemy. Nick was accused of being anti-Semitic and...

FEAR of TRUTH

To: Alan Dershowitz, FOX News Commentator From: Jackie Muhammad, Nation of Islam Research Group Re: Fear of Public Debate, Satan Never Accepts Truth As millions of Muslims, Christians and Jews from around the world tuned in to hear from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on July 4, praise...

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