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Connie Tucker , Muhammad Siddeeq and You

By Lucius Gantt – I recently attended the home going services for Connie Tucker, a true revolutionary in every sense of the phrase. I didn’t know Connie personally but I knew a lot about her. Almost everyone in the Black power movement, the Pan African movement, the Black activist movement, the Environmental Rights movement, the […]

Is Barack Obama George Bush Dipped In Chocolate? – By Lucius Gantt

You Can’t Go Back – by Lucius Gantt

The Gantt Report – It’s 2014, a new year, a new day and a new time No matter how much you loved the previous year, this year will be different. No matter how much you enjoyed 2013, this year will not be the same. No matter how much you want to replicate, relive it or […]

Race Card Romney – By Lucius Gantt

The Gantt Report -If President Barack Obama wants to win his 2012 reelection effort he should start fighting for it! By now, everybody knows the President got his clock cleaned by a modern day Uncle Remus dipped in flour. Romney told more fairy tales and fables than Aesop and Hans Christian Anderson during the first […]

2012 Political Slavery – By Lucius Gantt

The Gantt Report – Three or four hundred years ago there were two distinct kinds of Black people living in America.There were so called House Negroes and Field Negroes. The House Negroes were preferred, not loved, by their masters. The House Negroes ate leftovers and the Field Negroes ate pig guts and other foods that […]

Dog Killers and Killer Dogs – by Lucius Gantt

The Gantt Report – To some Americans, NFL quarterback Michael Vick is the most hated man in the United States. The hatred intensified when Vick announced plans to release an autobiographical book about his life and news writers and internet posters went to work telling the world how terrible Vick was and is. Michael Vick […]

Amos and Andy Advertising – By Lucius Gantt

The Gantt Report – The Barack Obama campaign has finally released a “Black” political television ad. I say finally because a message to the President’s strongest supporters should have been released long ago. Many reporters and columnists have mixed feelings about the advertisement. Some say the ad was “dumbed down” compared to other political ads […]