WASHINGTON DC – NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous today, had a conversation with NFL Commissioner Goodell to discuss Rush Limbaugh’s intentions to buy the St. Louis Rams. “The NAACP was very clear in our conversation with the NFL Commissioner—we will not stand for a potential owner, of any race expressing the kind of […]


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Via: News One From the New York Times: For decades, Harlem has been the lodestar of black politics in New York City and beyond. From Harlem came the city’s first black mayor, David N. Dinkins, the state’s first black governor, David A. Paterson, and generations of other influential black politicians and operatives. To Harlem went […]


Via: Elev8.com From NewsOK.com ENID – Thousands flocked to a Southern Baptist church in this Garfield County city Sunday to hear a Gospel message from the son of a radical Islamic group leader. Mosab Hassan Yousef, whose father is a member of Hamas, told crowds at Emmanuel Baptist Church that he turned from Islam to […]


Via: News One From JackandJillPolitics.com: Transcript: BECK: When they’re done with Fox, and you decide to speak out on something. The old, “first they came for the Jews, and I wasn’t Jewish.” When you have a question, and you believe that something should be asked, they’re a — totally fine with you right now; they […]

Via: EURweb.com On “Oprah,” Mike Tyson says he has no intention of ever finding out the specific details surrounding the death of his 4-year-old daughter Exodus in May. “Because if I know, then there might be a blame for it,” Tyson, 43, explains to Winfrey. “And if there’s somebody to blame for it, there will be […]

Via: Afro.com With the city’s recent approval of 51 speed cameras, drivers now face $40 fines if they don’t slow down. Research gathered from sensors identified the surveyed locations as high speed and accident areas. Until Nov. 1, warnings will be issued to drivers caught above the limit in the selected sites. By that date, all […]