Fox News Refers to Neo-Nazis as a “Civil Rights Group”


A Fox Orlando affiliate raised some eyebrows when it declared that the Neo-Nazis were a “civil rights group.”  The comments were made during an on-air segment this week, as there had been reports that the National Socialist Movement (aka the Neo-Nazis) were set to patrol the streets of Sanford, Florida, where Trayvon Martin was killed. The Southern Poverty Law Center ...

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Bill Cosby Comments on the Trayvon Martin Case


“The gun.” Those two simple words flowed easily from the mouth of social commentator Bill Cosby during an exclusive interview Friday regarding the Trayvon Martin case, arguably the most high-profile, citizen-on-citizen U.S. slaying facing the Obama administration. Trayvon was killed Feb. 26 in Sanford, Fla., by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, who told police that a “confrontation” with the unarmed 17-year-old led him to shoot ...

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Dr. Boyce Video: What to Make of Senators Who Call the President Stupid


In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and Yvette Carnell discuss Sen. Chuck Grassley referring to President Obama as stupid.

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Malawi Gets a New Female President


A champion of women’s rights, Joyce Banda has become the first female head of state in southern Africa after taking over as Malawi’s president following the death of Bingu wa Mutharika. As vice president, the mother of three assumed the top job in the landlocked and impoverished country on Saturday under the terms of the constitution. The 61-year-old cuts a maternal figure ...

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Senator Calls President Obama “Stupid”

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by Dr. Boyce Watkins, KultureKritic.com Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley loves to Tweet, perhaps even more so than Roland Martin.  Like Martin, Grassley may learn that Twitter is not always your friend.  The senator, in response to remarks made by President Obama toward the Supreme Court, called the president “stupid” in a recent message. “Constituents askd why i am not outraged ...

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The Obama Administration Can’t Find a Slogan for the 2012 Campaign


Everyone knows what Barack Obama’s campaign slogan was in 2008. No one seems to know what it will be for 2012. The White House has been cycling through catchphrases since announcing his reelection bid a year ago: Winning the Future, We Can’t Wait, An America Built to Last, An Economy Built to Last, A Fair Shot. They seem to be ...

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The MLK You Never Knew: “We’re Coming to Washington D.C. to Get Our Check” [Video]


Yvette Carnell In this video, Martin Luther King Jr. discusses how the government has broken its promise to black people, and how it has given away land to white poor people from Europe, mostly by way of loans with low interest rates, grants, and federal subsidies, but never gave the Negro any aid, not even that 40 acres and a ...

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Writer John Derbyshire Gives White Kids “The Talk” About How to Stay Safe From Black People


by Yvette Carnell Mainstream conservative writer, and National Review contributor, John Derbyshire heard that after the Trayvon Martin killing, black people had been giving their kids “the talk” about how to stay safe in white society. He heard how black parents had been drilling their kids, their boys especially, on the life and death importance of not making sudden movements, ...

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CNN Says Black Kids are Racially-Biased at an Early Age


by Dr. Boyce Watkins, KultureKritic.com A CNN study has found that black children develop a bias against white children at a very early age.  The study argues that by the age of 13, black children have opinions on race relations that are negative toward whites. Most six year olds, according to the study, had an optimistic view on race, but ...

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Poll: Most African Americans Disappointed with the State of Black Leadership in America


A new Your Black World/Kulture Kritic poll shows that the majority of African Americans are disappointed in the state of black leadership in America.  Participants were asked, ‘Are you happy with the state of black leadership in America?” A total of 85 percent of poll respondents said that they were either unhappy or extremely unhappy with the current state of ...

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