Public Enemy is certainly no conservative rap group, giving shout outs to Louis Farrakhan and rushing out singles like “Son of a Bush” to accuse the 43rd president of being a “serial killer kid,” citing his record of executions as governor of Texas.

It’s a bit of fresh air, then, to hear Public Enemy sideman and “Flavor of Love” reality star Flavor Flav speak a bit of sense in dealing with ISIS.

This is the kind of thinking we need in the administration, stat.