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Monthly Archives: March 2012
According to ABC News, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said they arrested seven black teens in California for allegedly attacking a 15-year-old Hispanic boy walking home from school. The attack was allegedly motivated by hate. The attack on March … Continue reading
According to CNN, officials in the northern Mexican state of Sonora said eight people were arrested for allegedly killing two boys and one woman as sacrifices for Santa Muerte- the saint of death. The accused- many of whom are from … Continue reading
Among all the heartache, injustice and death in the world, one must remember that there is also beauty, strength and heroism. This morning, I read this story from ABC News about a U.S. soldier who died in Afghanistan after he … Continue reading
On the night 17-year-old Trayvon Martin died, George Zimmerman, town neighborhood watch captain who shot Martin, claims Martin punched his nose, knocked him down and slammed his head into the ground. Initial police reports collaborate his story, stating that Zimmerman … Continue reading
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Miss Universe Canada By Gordon Hoekstra An online petition has been started to get transsexual Miss Universe Canada finalist Jenna Talackova of Vancouver reinstated. The petition, which was started by a man in Brooklyn,…
According to Committee to Project Journalists, two freelance British journalists were killed and a third was wounded from an attack on Monday by Syrian security forces. The two deceased journalists, who are of Algerian descent, have been identified as Naseem … Continue reading
Should the imprisoned elderly be released under paroled supervision to finish their lives outside prison bars?
Should the imprisoned elderly be released under paroled supervision to finish their lives outside prison bars? According to Human Rights Watch, 26,600 men and women aged 65 years and older are imprisoned in the United States state and federal prisons. … Continue reading