Giuliani Calls Obama 'Weakling'

In today's link roundup: Giuliani attacks Obama for Iran dealings. Plus: What hip-hop needs to learn about sexual violence.

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Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani (Getty Images)

UNCF's Evening of Stars to air Saturday: Catch the United Negro College Fund's An Evening of Stars special on Saturday, Feb. 25, on Centric TV at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT/6 p.m. PT. Still holding true to its motto, "A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Waste," the UNCF awards more than 10,000 scholarships and internships every year.

British lawyers use parking tickets to fight Islam: Foreign Policy magazine reports on the  "Mosquebusters" who fear that traditional British culture, laws and values will disappear with the changing face of Britain and worry that extremist interpretations of sections of the Quran urge Muslims to kill nonbelievers and take slaves.

Five things Too $hort and hip-hop media can learn about sexual violence: Too $hort has apologized for an explicit video promoting sexual violence against girls. A coalition of women activists from the hip-hop community has a list of demands for XXL, where the video was originally published.

Rudy Giuliani calls Obama "weakling" on Iran: Listen to his interview with CNN's Erin Burnett here.

Sarah Palin emails show she wanted to resign for months: Emails released Thursday, most from the last 10 months of her time in office, show that she told her husband in April, "I can't take it anymore" and complained to spokeswoman Sharon Leighow and aide Kris Perry in March that she had been the target of "many frivolous suits and charges since the DAY I became VP candidate."

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