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Students across the Liberty campus are pushing to bring a former NFL star to The Mountain to coach the Flames.

Levi Binkley started a petition to hire Deion Sanders after he found out Hugh Freeze was leaving.

Just a little over 24 hours and 1,500 signatures later, it's all anyone is talking about.

"He has that energy. He has that swag to him that would just be so contagious," Luke Binkley said.

But they said it's more than just what's on the field that makes him a great fit.

"Ultimately, at the core of it, he's a definition of a champion for Christ, and we need someone like that, like Deion, for Liberty's brand and to propel us in the future," Binkley said.

"Deion has been very outspoken in his faith for a while and the main motto at Liberty is training champions for Christ, and I think Deion fits that mold very well," Binkley said.

Fayetteville State University is not moving up.  This is not high school where you move up or down based on enrollment. 

One thing for sure, we didn't have to draft our volleyball players to play tennis like WSSU. 

Hopefully our coach Hayes will be as successful as WSSU's coach Hayes. 

Politics / Re: Respect For Marriage Act Vote
« on: Yesterday at 06:18:17 PM »
Interracial marriage is not the only thing in the bill.  Reading is Fundamental.

Politics / Governor Youngkin gave Petersburg group his paycheck
« on: Yesterday at 06:16:27 PM »
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Governor Glenn Youngkin (R - Virginia) donated his fourth-quarter salary to Pathways in Petersburg. He presented the $43,000 check to the organization at a Wednesday morning ceremony.

“Pathways is a great local resource that is having a profound impact and changing lives in Petersburg,” Youngkin said. “They provide comprehensive and sustainable solutions to unique challenges in Petersburg and serve as a prime example of our shared goal for the Partnership for Petersburg.”

Too bad the Ohio AG's office is not investigating Jim Jordan... :tiptoe:



Bull schitt.  You people delight when something bad happens to a Black Republican.  Then when something happens to a Black democrat you people come up with excuses, racism, and 'woe is us.'

It's Blacks like SSUTigerFan that Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson Sr. was talking about.  He's one of those knee grows that condone calling a Black woman a bitch. 


May you die a slow, painful, and agonizing death.

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CNN has begun layoffs as part of a wider cost-cutting measure under new parent company Warner Bros. Discovery, telling employees Wednesday it would begin notifying affected staffers.

In a memo to all CNN colleagues obtained by Fox News Digital, CEO Chris Licht described it as a "difficult time for everyone" and noted that the initial cuts would largely center around "paid contributors."

"Today we will notify a limited number of individuals, largely some of our paid contributors, as part of a recalibrated reporting strategy," Licht wrote. "Tomorrow, we will notify impacted employees, and tomorrow afternoon I will follow up with more details on these changes."

"Let's take care of each other this week," he added.

y04185, do you think Herschel Walker is more qualified to be a U.S. Senator than Rafael Warnock?  :shrug:

I don't see how Ben Carson can claim the attacks on Walker are an attempt to divide the Black community when the vast majority of the Black community is supporting Warnock and do not believe Walker is qualified to be U.S. Senator.

y04185, can you explain what point Herschel Walker was trying to make with the Bull and the Cows story?

Herschel Walker is just as qualified as Warnock.  Read the Constitution. 

I'm not familiar with the bull and cow story. 

The overwhelming majority of Blacks wouldn't vote for their mother if she ran as a Republican.  It makes no sense to be that loyal to a party that does nothing for them.  democrats have never had a town hall for presidential candidates dealing with Black issues.  Yet they had one for LGBT people.

Ain't nobody listening to that clown. Walker is a certified idiot. Any respectable black person should be embarrassed that white America picked someone like him to run. All those educated black Republicans in Georgia and they picked the class idiot to run. The problem is clowns LL ike you sold your soul so long ago you can't see it.

cee dog has nothing to add.  He's resorted to name calling.  He's been trained well.  He proved Benjamin Solomon Carson Sr's point.   

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Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson on Monday accused the left of attempting "to divide the Black community" through racial attacks against Black conservatives like Republican Georgia Senate nominee Herschel Walker.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital following a Walker campaign rally in Toccoa, Georgia, Carson said it was inevitable that former football star would receive such criticism because of the color of his skin, and that such division had been happening for centuries.

"Well of course he's going to receive criticism because you have to recognize that there has been an attempt to divide the Black community since slavery," Carson said. "You'd tell the slaves that worked in the house they were better than the ones in the yard, the ones in the yard that they were better than the ones in the field. After slavery the light skinned ones were better than the medium skinned ones."

Carson added that the problem was linked to the divide between liberals and conservatives across the country today, with each side calling the others traitors and keeping the country from working together to actually solve problems.

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Clarence Gilyard, Jr. "Walker Texas Ranger" and "Die Hard" actor has died. He was 66.

A representative for Gilyard confirmed with Fox News Digital of his death.

The cause of death remains unknown.

Gilyard was a veteran actor turned film and theatre professor and taught at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas College of Fine Arts. Dean Nancy J. Uscher announced his death Monday in a statement.

"It is with profound sadness that I share this news," said Dean Uscher. "His students were deeply inspired by him, as were all who knew him. He had many extraordinary talents and was extremely well-known in the university through his dedication to teaching and his professional accomplishments. He had a national and international following through his celebrated work in the theatre, in film, and television."

"His generosity of spirit was boundless - he was always ready to contribute to projects and performances however possible. We remember Clarence with joy and gratitude for all he contributed to the College of Fine Arts, the UNLV community, and, through his impressive personal achievements, to the world," Uscher continued.

She added, "Professor Gilyard was a beacon of light and strength for everyone around him at UNLV," said UNLV film chair Heather Addison. "Whenever we asked him how he was, he would cheerfully declare that he was 'Blessed!' But we are truly the ones who were blessed to be his colleagues and students for so many years. We love you and will miss you dearly, Professor G!"


Sam Brinton, a senior Energy Department (DOE) official, was charged with stealing a traveler's luggage in the Minneapolis airport in September, shortly before quietly taking a leave of absence.

Brinton — who serves as the DOE's deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition — allegedly took a Vera Bradley suitcase worth $2,325 from the luggage carousel at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport (MSP) on Sept. 16, according to a criminal complaint filed on Oct. 26 in Minnesota state court and obtained by Fox News Digital. Brinton had traveled from Washington, D.C., to MSP that day.

After the suitcase's owner alerted police, officers reviewed video surveillance of the carousel and identified Brinton taking the luggage before removing its tag identifying the owner, the court filings stated. Law enforcement observed Brinton using the luggage during at least two other trips to Washington, D.C., on Sept. 18 and Oct. 9.

Then, on Oct. 9, Brinton denied stealing anything when a police officer called to discuss the incident. Brinton confirmed still possessing the suitcase.
Can we compare this to the theft of White House docs?


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