Farrakhan Fulminations

He is a bit player who will not get offstage. Minister Louis Farrakhan, the black-separatist leader of the Nation of Islam movement and a supporter of Jesse Jackson, has threatened a black newspaper reporter with death and called Hitler a "great man," albeit a "wicked" one. His latest provocation is to embrace Muammar Gaddafi. After returning from a visit with the Libyan dictator this month, Farrakhan reportedly told a congregation in Boston, "America, you should be ashamed of yourself. . . It is you who are the outlaw. How can a leader of a...

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