Despite Criticism, Arkansas Passes Religious Freedom Bill

Despite criticism and protests, Arkansas legislators passed a religious freedom bill on Tuesday that is similar to the one passed by Indiana.

Rep. Warwick Sabin, D-Little Rock (center), leads protesters outside the House chamber at the Arkansas Capitol in Little Rock on Monday. The Arkansas Times reports that Gov.

Asa Hutchinson had previously vowed to sign the bill into law, but all the controversy in Indiana may affect his decision.

Citing unnamed state Capitol sources, the paper reports that "particularly with the increasing volume of media coverage and corporate backlash around the similar law in Indiana, the governor has real concerns about the law's impact on economic development, sources say."

Student loan recipients go on repayment strike, face default

Student Loans being protestedWASHINGTON — Sarah Dieffenbacher is on a debt strike. She's refusing to make payments on the more than $100,000 in federal and private loans she says she owes for studies at a for-profit college that she now considers so worthless she doesn't include it on her resume.

The "debt strike" sentiment is catching on.

Calling themselves the "Corinthian 100" — named for the troubled Corinthian Colleges, Inc., which operated Everest College, Heald College and WyoTech before agreeing last summer to sell or close its 100-plus campuses — about 100 current and former students are refusing to pay back their loans, according to the Debt Collective group behind the strik

Tasteless tweets by newly named 'Daily Show' host draw fire

Trevor NoahNEW YORK (AP) — A day after Trevor Noah was declared the new host of "The Daily Show," complete with the blessing of the exiting Jon Stewart, graphic tweets targeting women, Jews and Middle America are causing a social media backlash.

By Tuesday, Trevor Noah was a trending topic on Twitter as he drew fire for jokes described as tasteless, hateful — and unfunny.

Roseanne Barr was among those calling out the 31-year-old South African comic, who has an international following and two million Twitter followers.

Indiana governor wants changes to religious-objections law

Mike PenceINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence asked lawmakers Tuesday to send him a clarification of the state's new religious-freedom law later this week, while Arkansas legislators passed a similar measure, despite criticism that it is a thinly disguised attempt to permit discrimination against gays.

The Arkansas proposal now goes to Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who has said he will sign it. Pence defended the Indiana law as a vehicle to protect religious liberty but said he has been meeting with lawmakers "around the clock" to address concerns that it would allow businesses to deny services to gay customers.

Nigeria's Buhari wins historic election landslide

Muhammadu Buhari  winsABUJA (Reuters) - Three decades after seizing power in a military coup, Muhammadu Buhari became the first Nigerian to oust a president through the ballot box, putting him in charge of Africa's biggest economy and one of its most turbulent democracies.

As the scale of this weekend's electoral landslide became clear, President Goodluck Jonathan called Buhari on Tuesday to concede defeat to the opposition leader, Buhari's camp said, an unprecedented step that should help to defuse anger among Jonathan's supporters

The photographer who broke the internet's heart

The effects of wrong people in powerThousands online have shared an image of a Syrian child with her hands raised in surrender - but what is the story behind it?

Those sharing it were moved by the fear in the child's eyes, as she seems to staring into the barrel of a gun.

It wasn't a gun, of course, but a camera, and the moment was captured for all to see. But who took the picture and what is the story behind it?

BBC Trending have tracked down the original photographer - Osman Sağırlı - and asked him how the image came to be.

Jay Z promotes 'artist-owned' music streaming brand

Peter Bowes reports: "Some of the biggest names in the industry have a stake in the company"Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they are billing as the first artist-owned platform for music and video.

At an event in New York on Monday, Madonna, Beyonce, Kanye West, and 13 other performers announced they had become co-owners of Tidal. The service launched last October,

but was recently bought by rapper Jay Z. It is hoping to compete with the likes of Spotify, Deezer and Google Play.

However Tidal offers 25 million music tracks, fewer than the 30 million offered by many rival services.

As well as a standard subscription for $9.99 a month, Tidal offers a "high fidelity" option for $19.99, which claims to deliver better sound quality.

9 Ind. CEOs call for changes to 'religious freedom' law

against discriminationINDIANAPOLIS — A who's who of central Indiana corporate leaders called on Gov. Mike Pence and legislative leaders to reform the newly passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act so it can't be used to "justify discrimination based upon sexual orientation or gender identity."

The one-page letter was released Monday afternoon after being hand-delivered to Pence, the state's House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate President David Long, all Republicans.

The nine CEO signatories head some of the state's largest employers, including Eli Lilly, Anthem and Indiana University Health. They are part of a coalition of businesses that has lobbied against the controversial RFRA legislation, marking one of the most active and heated political lobbying campaigns that Indiana businesses have ever undertaken on a social issue.

Stanford University investigating 'troubling' cheating allegations

People walk by Memorial Church on the Stanford University campus on May 22, 2014 in Stanford, California. A Stanford University provost is urging faculty members to talk to students about academic dishonesty after a "troubling number" of cheating allegations surfaced in one class, prompting the school to open an investigation.

"Among a smattering of concerns from a number of winter courses, one faculty member reported allegations that may involve as many as 20 percent of the students in one large introductory course," Stanford Provost John Etchemendy said in a letter sent to faculty members last week.

Ferguson mayor: It's not fair Justice Department report focused on race

Police union leaders and city .officials in Ferguson, Missouri, have james knowlescontinued to kick back against a damning report from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) that revealed routine violation of black residents’ constitutional rights, as the city prepares to negotiate a settlement with the federal government.

Last Friday, Ferguson mayor James Knowles III told the Huffington Post that while the report had “merits”, he believed it also placed too much of an emphasis on race relations in the city.

“Regardless of the merits of a lot of the things that happened in the report, I think it’s unfortunate that the Department of Justice always tried to narrow it down to race,” Knowles said.

Marathon bombing jurors see carnage photos, prosecutors rest

This cell phone image, taken in front of the Forum Restaurant, shows Boston MarathonBOSTON (AP) — Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after jurors in his federal death penalty trial saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by an 8-year-old boy killed in the 2013 terror attack.

But Tsarnaev's lawyers began their defense by quickly trying to show that his older brother was the mastermind of the plan to detonate pressure-cooker bombs near the finish line of the famous race.

One of the first witnesses called by the defense was a data analyst who said Tsarnaev's cellphone was being used in southeastern Massachusetts — where he was attending college — while pressure cookers were being purchased north of Boston more than two months before the bombing

Aaron Hernandez trial: Fiancée drops bombshell that could have sprung former NFL star

His fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, had offered up a series of implausible stories about why on Hernandez's command she disposed of a box fromShayanna Jenkins describes the size of a box as she testifies in court duringtheir home (which the prosecution alleges contained the murder weapon) the day after Lloyd's body was found.

Then came a late question on cross-examination from defense attorney Charles Rankin. Did you ever smell the box, he asked Jenkins?

"I did," she testified. And what did it smell like?

"Sort of like a skunky smell," she said, later noting she connected that smell with "marijuana."

It was expected the defense would offer to jurors a theory of what was inside the box Jenkins ushered out of the house and disposed of in a mystery dumpster, the location of which she can't recall.

Israel ex-PM Olmert found guilty in corruption retrial

Ehud OlmertFormer Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been found guilty of fraud and breach of trust after a retrial.

He had been acquitted in 2012 of taking envelopes stuffed with money from a US-based supporter.

However, a retrial was ordered after the emergence of recordings in which he referred to receiving the money.

States Are Divided by the Lines They Draw on Immigration

Washington has long allowed immigrants without legal status to get driver’s licenses. So Ofelia Rosas Ramos, a Mexican living illegally in Washington has long allowed immigrants without legal status to get driver’s licenses. So Ofelia Rosas Ramos, a Mexican living illegally in Seattle, has had her license since 2008.Seattle, has had her license since 2008.

“That is one of the big advantages of this state,” said Ms. Rosas, 31, whose 4-year-old daughter, an American citizen, has severe allergies.

“If I have to rush her to the hospital,” Ms. Rosas said, “having a license, I don’t have to worry that I will be stopped by police and reported.”

Life is very different for Camila Trujillo, a Colombian immigrant living in Katy, Tex.

Since Texas requires a Social Security number for a license, Ms. Trujillo, 21, drives to college and work without one.

Defense tests accusers' credibility as Philly drug cops face trial

PHILADELPHIA — A sweeping police corruption case starting Monday in Philadelphia will largely rest on the credibility of about 20 drug suspects and one turncoat cop as it plays out following the

officers Thomas Liciardello, Brian Reynolds, Michael Spicerwholesale dismissal of scores of cases developed by members of an elite narcotics unit now accused of pocketing cash and cocaine seized on the job.

The indictment says the six officers on trial deployed the same violent methods as those they locked up — beating people, breaking into their homes and even dangling one dealer over a high-rise

balcony to get information — while seizing more than $500,000 in cash and many kilos of cocaine for themselves between 2006 and 2012.

Putin letter to Arab summit triggers strong Saudi attack

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of hypocrisy on Sunday, telling an Arab summit putinthat he should not express support for the Middle East while fuelling instability by supporting Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.

In a rare move, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced that a letter from Putin would be read out to the gathering in Egypt, where Arab leaders discussed an array of regional crises, including conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya.

"We support the Arabs' aspirations for a prosperous future and for the resolution of all the problems the Arab world faces through peaceful means, without any external interference," Putin said in the letter.

Air Canada plane touched down short of runway, lost landing gear

Air Canada plane(CNN)An Air Canada jet touched down short of the runway at an airport in Halifax early Sunday, hitting an antenna, severing a power line and losing its landing gear before skidding to a stop. The aircraft, an Airbus A320, touched down about 1,100 feet short of the runway, said Mike Cunningham, a regional manager of air investigations at the Transportation Safety Board of Canada. From there, it hit an antenna array that's part of the airport's landing system and severed a power line.

That caused "significant damage" to the plane and cut off power to Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia, he said.

The plane skidded for another 1,100 feet on its belly before coming to a stop. Investigators haven't determined yet what caused the accident,

Cunningham said. The plane's so-called black boxes are on their way to engineers for analysis,

he said, and dozens more investigators are set to arrive at the crash site Monday.

Michigan State, Duke Join Kentucky, Wisconsin In The Men's Final Four

We've got a Final Four. Michigan State and Duke will join Kentucky and Wisconsin in Indianapolis next Saturday night. In Syracuse, N.Y., Michigan State is headed back to the Final Four, where they'll meet Duke next Saturday night. Afterward, Wisconsin takes on the still-unbeaten Kentucky Wildcats. Michigan State and Louisville traded leads all game. As the clock wound down, the Spartans led by one point, 65-64. But they missed their chance to extend the lead when freshman Marvin Clark Jr. missed two free throws with 22 seconds to go. But just seconds later, they fouled Louisville forward Mangok Mathiang, who made one free throw to tie the game, but couldn't hit the second. Overtime wasn't as close.

Arab League agrees to create joint military force

al-SisiThe heads of Arab League countries meeting in Egypt have agreed to create a joint Arab military force.

The League has been meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh amid a crisis in Yemen and the threat of jihadists who have made major gains in Iraq, Syria and Libya. However, establishing the make-up and remit of the force could take months, analysts say. A 10-nation, Saudi-led coalition is currently carrying out air strikes against rebels in Yemen.

The strikes are in support of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, who fled after gains by the Shia Houthi rebels.

Iran nuclear talks: World powers seek deal in Lausanne

iran Negotiations Representatives of six world powers are intensifying talks with Iran on its nuclear programme, ahead of a 31 March deadline for a deal.

The US secretary of state and German and French foreign ministers have all cancelled their travel plans in a final push for an agreement.

Arab Spring aftermath: Revolutions give way to violence, more unrest

(CNN)It wasn't supposed to turn out like this.

The Arab Spring was supposed to bring peace, democracy and stability to Arab Spring, long ago beginning, now just civil warnot only the nations where it took root, but also others around it in the Middle East and North Africa.

It was supposed to usher in an end of violence and heavy-handed government tactics, just like it ushered out entrenched leaders.

In short, it was supposed to mean a brighter future.

Not more instability, not more violence, not fewer freedoms.

But that's what happened, even if the level of unrest hasn't been even or universal.

Some countries, such as Jordan, instituted reforms without really roiling their societies.

Others, such as Iraq, never saw a popular uprising, but have seen burgeoning violence.

And now, Yemen is on the brink of civil war as it battles a rebel group that has overthrown the government and seized parts of key cities.

Here's a look at some countries that were part of the Arab Spring, and what's happened since.

How it began:

Yemen has been turbulent for years, with widespread poverty and swaths of the Arab nation out of the central government's control or, worse yet, in the hands of terrorist groups such as al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Still, for 33 years, it had stability at the top, in the form of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Taraji Henson apologizes to police officers after racial profiling claims

(CNN)Actress Taraji P. Henson is apologizing for claiming her son was racially profiled

Taraji P. Hensonduring a traffic stop in Southern California last year.

The Glendale Police Department released dash cam video of the encounter Friday, which contradicted her son's claims.

Police released the footage after Henson commented

about the alleged profiling in an Uptown Magazine interview published last month.

In her interview, the star of the hit television show "Empire" said her son, Marcell Johnson, 20, was racially profiled in Glendale and at the University of Southern California, where she accused campus police of stopping him for "having his hands in his pockets."

Is a male nurse worth $5,148 more than a female nurse?

A nurse helps a woman in her 70s at a hospital. David Sacks/Getty Images Registered nurses who are male earn nearly $11,000 more per year than RNs who are female, new research shows.

Only about half of that difference can be explained by factors like education, work experience and clinical specialty.

That leaves a $5,148 annual salary gap that effectively discriminates against women,

who make up the vast majority of the nursing workforce, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Question about Michael Brown leads to beating on St. Louis light rail train

The man asked to use the victim's cell phone. He declined, and the young man sat down beside him.(CNN)When one man sat down next to a second man in a St. Louis light rail car and asked him his opinion on the shooting of Michael Brown, it was not the beginning of a discussion.

It was the start of an assault, police said.

The second man, who was white, didn't want to answer the question.

Then the first man, who was black, boxed him in the face.

Two more African-American men joined in the beating, according to a police report about Monday's incident.

It was caught on surveillance cameras on the MetroLink train and a passenger recorded it with a cell phone and posted the video online.

It has gone viral.

Police confirmed to CNN that the online images came from the attack.

The victim, 43, was commuting home when a young man in a red T-shirt and cap walked up to him. The victim asked not to be named in media reports.

The man asked to use the victim's cell phone. He declined, and the young man sat down beside him.

James Bond star Sir Roger Moore denies racism towards Idris Elba

Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore says claims he implied something racist about Idris Elba are "simply untrue".

He gave an interview to French magazine Paris Match.

It says he was asked about Elba succeeding Daniel Craig.

The veteran actor was quoted as saying the next 007 should be "English-English".

Those comments initially drew criticism from some online but he's insisted the quotes were "lost in translation".

In the magazine, the quote appears under the title "Idris Elba: le prochain Bond?", translated as "Idris Elba: the next Bond."

The quote that appears below, when translated into English, reads: "Several years ago I said Cuba Gooding Jr would make an excellent Bond, but that was a joke.

Wiggly words on immigration policy from 2016 GOP contenders

Thanks to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, it's becoming even clearer that immigration is the banana peel of 2016 Republican presidential politics.DENVER (AP) — Thanks to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, it's becoming even clearer that immigration is the banana peel of 2016 Republican presidential politics.

Just ask Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. He stepped up as a Senate leader on immigration only to slip and fall in a tea party ruckus over the issue.

In a moment of candor, Rubio remembered the months of trying to get back up as "a real trial for me." Others, too, have shifted on the matter.

In 2013, Walker said it "makes sense" to offer a way to citizenship for immigrants in the country illegally. Early this month, however, he said he no longer supports "amnesty."

Syria crisis: Idlib 'captured by Islamist groups'

Rebel fighters celebrateIslamist rebels have captured the north-western Syrian city of Idlib from government forces, monitors say.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the Ahrar al-Sham, Jund al-Aqsa and Nusra Front groups had taken the city on Saturday. Idlib is only the second provincial centre to fall into rebel hands, after Raqqa was seized by Islamic State (IS).

Charles Barkley: Final Four should be moved from Indiana because of new law

Former NBA star says he is opposed to discrimination in any form in reference to Indiana Senate Bill 101.Former NBA star Charles Barkley criticized a new state law in Indiana on Friday as being anti-gay and because of that,

Barkley believes the state should not be allowed to host big sporting events such as the Final Four next week in Indianapolis.

Barkley is serving as an analyst FOR the NCAA tournament again this year for CBS/Turner. He issued a statement about the law to Sports Illustrated on Friday.

Carsten Spohr'Speechless': Co-pilot deliberately crashed Germanwings plane, officials say

Information collected by investigators suggests the co-pilot who was in control of the Germanwings airplane when it crashed, killing all 150 people on board, was acting deliberately, the prosecutor said Thursday.

Bronx Science Teacher in Child Pornography Case Told Students ‘You’re a Big Deal’

 Jon CruzA trophy case framed in brass, set inside a wall near the entrance to the Bronx High School of Science, testified to the triumph of the school’s debate team. So did classroom 203, the de facto debate headquarters, where the sunlight danced off a collection of plaques and trophies.

The dynamic force behind that success was a teacher and coach named Jon Cruz, who transformed the debate team from a relatively modest club to a juggernaut that had nearly 300 members.

Somalia hotel attack: Diplomat, others killed

Killed and woundedMogadishu, Somalia (CNN)Gunmen detonated bombs and sprayed people with bullets as they raided a hotel in Somalia's capital late Friday afternoon, killing a Somali diplomat and at least five other people in an attack claimed by Islamic militant group Al-Shabaab, officials said.

Yusuf Mohamed Ismail Bari-Bari,

Somalia's permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, was among those killed in the attack at the the Makka Al Mukarama hotel in Mogadishu,

the Somali government said.

The attack began around 5 p.m. when a car bomb exploded at the hotel's entrance, according to witness Aden Hussein

, who said he was meters away from

the hotel when the blast happened.

Gunmen then went inside the hotel, shooting people, Hussein said. One of the attackers, wearing a belt with explosives, blew himself up inside the hotel, police Capt.

Ahmed Abdi said A few hours after the assault began, state-run media reported that security forces stormed the building and killed the remaining assailants. The attackers killed at least six people, Abdi said.

The hotel, which is along a highway leading to the country's presidential palace, is popular with lawmakers, journalists and business people.

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Arab Spring, long ago beginning, now just civil war

Arab Spring aftermath: Revolutions give way to violence, more unrest 3/29

Arab Spring demanded a government in non governmental nations



Can you say, "Directly to Jail".....

Clinton permanently deleted emails from personal server 3/28

Hillary's Rules:
Defy, then justify, and finally
Deny Responsibilities



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How & What they are doing






Jean Delance decommits

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Ben Carson's idiot comments on gays

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Sometimes, the word "IDIOT"

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Federal charge for ex-cop in confrontation with Indian man

Cowardly Attack of a old man by this cop

The 26-year-old Parker has since been fired and faces a state assault charge. Patel also has filed a civil lawsuit.The Cop grabbed the old man while his back was turned to him, slammed him hard to the ground, causing him to be paralyzed,

in what could only be considered the most

cowardly attack on a human being that one could ever imagine by a man in a

Cop's Uniform.

Obviously, local police department didn't charge

him, so, it has to be the


which leads me to ask

"What does it take to cause a police department to charge one of their own"?




Question about Michael Brown leads to beating on St. Louis light rail train

The man asked to use the victim's cell phone. He declined, and the young man sat down beside him.Cowards only attack when they know they can win... like Bullies

We see it everyday,

cowards attack others who they have advantage over, and in this case, a cowardly skinny black punk attacks an innocent white man in an environment that was totally unfair to the white man.

For more than 150 years, blacks have been bullied around by whites in the same type of circumstances, in which white men always had the advantage in the circumstance in which the white man attacks the black man.

I say the above to say that


don't have a skin color, nor do they have a ethnic predisposition, or nor do they all come from a specific religious ideology.

A Coward is a person that only fights when they can win based on having the elements of surprise... or having the larger numbers or the biggest weapons.

This act by this black man is a cowardly act

and should be considered a

"Racist Attack"

Find this guy and charge him with fullest extent of the law.





A prosecutor apologizes for his role in putting an innocent man on death row

Apology... to little, to late, and unacceptable

Glenn Ford talks to the media while leaving prison last year.An Apology

is an acceptable act when the act of apologizing is carried out as soon as it is known that ones acts and/or actions has caused another human being

psychological, emotional or physical harm.

When one's act or actions, known to have harmed another human being, renders no act of an apology for days, or months, a subsequent apology can be still acceptable and consciously considered timely.


a year, or years after a known act or action gone un apologized for is no longer an act or action that can be construed as an act of a mistake,

an act of non truly malicious intent,

an act of possible human error.

An Act or Action that caused a human being pain for years is outside of the realm of acceptable apology.

An Act or Action gone un apologized for for years was a

act of malicious intent and should be treated as such.






Israel suspends E.Jerusalem settlement building plan

Mal Behaved Friends stopped only by stern friends

Israeli SettelmentsFor decades, Israel has refused to come to any type of agreement with Palestine... claiming all along that negotiations is the only way to ensure peace, while at the same time,

Israeli's continued development of land in the disputed area ensured that no agreement were possible.

Many have claimed that Israel has created the perfect method to not agree while appearing to insist on negotiations...

and during these decades, "Every American President" has pinched their nose while they supported Israel's continued contradictory behavior.

This President has chosen to  hold Israel's Netanyahu at his word and mirrored his response based Netanyahu's flawed behavior by challenging this President on American Soil.


an American President's mere words have caused Israel to change it's behavior, which proves that

it takes the closes friends to stop flawed behavior because so long as the friend condones flawed behavior in a friend,

flawed behavior will continue.

In this instance, American Presidents have condoned flawed behavior for 47 years.




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The Law never ignores the facts,

never withholds evidence,

never plant evidence,

never beat a citizen into submission,

never treat specific people different from others.


Juan Rivera, who wrongfully served more than 19 years in prison for the 1992 rape and murder of an 11-year-old Waukegan girl

when those who sit in the seats of power, to include the cop walking the streets, choose to ignore the law and abuse, beat, manipulate or kill,

it is the citizens who pay the huge sums of money on lawyer fees associated with defending those who abuse their position, and eventually

paying the victims as well.

Huge sums of money that could go to school systems often end up in a lawyers or victims pocket.

Equal injustice should be equal payment.

Man freed after 20 years in prison for Waukegan murder gets $20 million



John Urschel, Ravens Offensive Lineman, Publishes Math Paper

A Wonderful acknowledgement of a "Good Mind"

John Urschel What is the actual look of "SMART"?

Surprise... there is not look of "Smart".

It is a wonderful thing to be around a person that is extremely knowledgeable about the subject that they love, and in this case,

a very big man who happen to be very smart,

plays football and earns $millions, not for his smartness,

but for his physical talents.

A reminder that, smart people aren't just smart in 1 subject.



When The KKK Was Mainstream

The Original Terrorist in American History..., Ignored

To this day, the world, including Americans,

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hunt any

Nazi War Criminal for their participation

Nazi War Crimes that took place as far as

85 years ago,


in America, the same Americans that preach righteousness with speaking of the terrors of the acts and actions of Nazi's,

say absolutely nothing about the terrors of the

KKK, who's acts and actions, at a minimum, equaled some of the Nazi's

worse acts and actions.

Thru the 1970s, the KKK Members actions

were still as barbaric as the actions of the radical Muslim IS,

yet, the ferocity to which the Americans who chastise nations around the world for human rights violations,

is non existences as they say absolutely nothing about the atrocities that took place in America, and in some cases,

these atrocities took place in their own

States, Cities, Towns and


Yes, many of these KKK members are elected officials and high ranking military current and retired, were your

Fathers, Grandfathers, Brothers, Uncles and

best friends.



Arizona sheriff tries to head off contempt-of-court hearings

How Powerful is a Sheriff..

For 10 years, Arizona sheriff  Joe Arpaio

Joe Arpaiohave been abusing his power, validated by the federal government, and yet, he remains in position.

If the power of a "Sheriff" is great enough that he cannot be removed by the Federal Government when they have found him to be breaking the law,
then how does one expect the citizens... whom have been victimized by the Sheriff...,
defend themselves?

Is this power of this specific sheriff truly the measure of the power of a sheriff,


is the power truly part of a system of protection of this specific sheriff, otherwise known as
"The Good Old Boy Network"?



Virginia gov. calls for investigation into student's arrest



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Media Resources now allow any and all incidents to become nothing more than a "click" away from the eyes of the world.

The number of police brutality incidents hasn't changed...

What has changed is the number of ways that people are able to capture and display police brutality.

Racism isn't a unknown fact in America, however, it is the refusal to display the many natures of racism by major media over the centuries that has caused you to believe that racism isn't as bad as

non whites say.

Websites and a cell phone is all that is necessary to

force stories to be told,

force the truth to be seen,

force the deniers to acknowledge the facts.

The Video, when used effectively,

has changed the behavior of the entire world and it will only get better.





India students caught 'cheating' in exams in Bihar

By any means necessary..., pass that test

Cheating in exams is fairly common in the Indian state of Bihar, but new images have emerged which show just how large-scale and blatant the practice is.Cheating in India is so previlant that even family members help in the efforts to pass.

Similar to the lax attitude towards woman being raped,

it is apparent that the lax attitude reflects education.

Heres how it matters,

we have allowed India to take on many of our technical work related responsibilities thru out sourcing work and if we find ourselves wondering why things are falling apar,

one of the possible causes maybe that the person that we hired in India, may have cheated to get his/her position, and he/she truly don't know what he/she is doing.

from the article:

" Many students smuggled in textbooks and notes into the examination centres despite tight security - and parents and friends were photographed scaling the walls of test centres to pass on answers to students during the current secondary school examinations.  "

Here's something novell,

in China, they give the students the "answer" and make the student prove the answer, which in my opinion, is a better method of teaching because your teaching how to attain the correct answer.





Netanyahu Says A Palestinian State Is 'Unachievable' Today

And the truth finally comes out of his lips, for all to hear...

yahu changes his words to suit the occassion.

For years, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have consistently, demanded on the world stage, that the only way to attain peace between Israel & Palestine is thru


We have known for years that negotiations will never work when one side has already decided that they have no reason to actually want to agree, and we have known this based on acts and actions and not based on actual words spoken by both sides.

Finally, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

revealed the truth we all knew but could not get him to say.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

never wanted to negotiate, his efforts has always been to manipulate and maneuver and delay.

No Two State Solution....

Now..., we can move on and act accordingly.



NY judge will not release grand jury transcripts in chokehold death

You are either part of the system or your a victim of the system

New York State Supreme Court Judge William Garnett.

A Justice System designed and pefected to sway based on a specific individual sitting in the seat of power, and not based on any semblance of fair and balance consistencies.

Judges are using their positions based on their individual

political preference, racist beliefs, social disposition, and personal opinion of how people speak or live.

We have witness judges decide on significant law as if they themselves, will never find themselves in a life circumstances that may cause them their own demise resulting in the disposition they took on a specific law.

Only when the pain that they ignore in others,

actually happen to the judge,

will he/she truly realize the significance of the decision as it associates to the daily lives of any victim.



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America is America because of the Freedom to Choose Not

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The Power is in the vote in a true Democracy, and here in America,

politicians use the knowledge of understanding who will vote, and who will not vote... to calculate who they allow to influence they're acts and actions.

The Power of the vote is the equalizer and once the poor and the brown skinned American realize that,

by voting locally, you control those who sit in the seats of power in your local city, as well as controlling who sits in the seats of the House of Representatives.

The American Demographics have changed to favor the poor and the non 100% white Americans, and those who understand the true power of this nation,

are extremely afraid of being removed if we were to get 70% vote rate.




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A win for Paterno? Proposed NCAA deal could restore Penn State victories 1/17


Rapes Ignored by Penn State...,
Now.., a repreive for Penn State


A reminder of what caused Penn State to be appropriately punished:


Poor decisions by those who were in positions of authority,
positions to protect the boys, and those in positions to report the rapes,
did nothing, and they're lack of actions allowed the rapes to continue, and for that reason, Penn State was appropriately punished.


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100 Years Later, What's The Legacy Of 'Birth Of A Nation'? 2/11

Movies, reflect the existing disposition of this nation even if its "Racist"


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Is racial violence part of Mississippi's past or present? 2/10/15


The Pain View of Ones Mirror Yields Silence in the reflection of Guilt


a harsh word that delves deep into the consciousness of the perpetrator and the victim.

What's the difference between 1950 and 2010, with respect to Whites and Racist Acts?



In 1950, there are blatant and callous acts of racism that took the lives of many Blacks in the South, and with each life taken, there were many non racist whites who were at the sceen of the murders..., and said


As these barbaric and senseless inhuman murders took place, there were many non racist whites who heard the stories from family members, friends, colleges and associates, and these many non racist whites said


Here, on this day, the same act of silence in those who know the truth... continues and the humongous conscious burden of guilt is like a ball and chain in the hearts of those non racist whom seem to always find themselves on the wrong side of righteousness.


Someone said,
"When I was a child, I behaved like a Child,
but, when I became an Adult,
I behave like an Adult".


Mississippi as well as every state in the U.S. is infested with weak minded adults who fear their own mirror and the fear of their own guilt shames them into believing that if they say
no one will ever know... and that they will construe their lack of action as an act of guilt or
condoning the flawed ones.


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Hillary Clinton Checks email

Hillary Clinton Emails: A Timeline of What Rules Were Allegedly Ignored   3/8/15

Willingness to follow instructions and directions, creates great leadership skills


The Conscientious Willingness to
Follow Orders


The Definition of good leadership is the ability to lead based on ones history of a willingness to be directed...
to the extent that one follows all rules associated with the position one holds as a subordinate.


The Definition of good leadership is to never order a subordinate to perform a task which you as a subordinate have never actually accomplish yourself
direct a subordinate to perform a task that you actually refused to follow yourself.


What's Hillary's history of following the rules?

The existing issue regarding Hillary Clinton's use of her own personal email account, designed and created by
Hillary Clinton to the extent that she actually had her own email server in her own home...,
in itself, is a total disregard of the rules expected to be followed by 99.9% of those who worked for the
United States "States Department",
a department that she served as the leader of as the
Secretary of State under the Obama Administration.


Leadership is by example


Hillary's history speaks for itself in that, she isn't a good follower, and she has proven to have failed as a leader as the Secretary of State.


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HBCU's College Basketball


A 20 Year Plan


The 5 is a vision that came to me many years ago.  It’s a vision that maps out a 20 year focus on slowly migrating huge sums of money earned by large white colleges to our black colleges.  It’s our young black athletes that are the generators of $Billions of dollars every year based on the black college athlete’s individual and collective talents.


In the sport of Basketball, Duke University is a prime example of a 90% plus white student enrollment but with a 90% plus black basketball team generating upwards of $100 Million in accumulated sales for Duke University each year.


My vision is a 20 year vision that, if successful, at the end of the 20th year of this all out blitz to begin bringing our black athletes to black campuses, will realize the solid foundation of the future direction for not just black people, but for all people who enjoy living a fair and wonderful life.


At the end of the 20th year, I see black campuses around this nation with 5 times the number of existing student enrollment.


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Robert Kraft testifies for prosecution

Rober KraftPatriots owner Robert Kraft testified that Aaron Hernandez told him he was innocent when asked whether he was involved in the murder of Odin Lloyd. Kraft spent a little more than a half-hour on the stand Tuesday at the Fall River Justice Center after being called by the prosecution in Hernandez's murder trial. Hernandez is charged with the June 17, 2013, slaying of Lloyd, who was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancée.


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Jarred Cosart cooperating with MLB

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Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart said Thursday that he was "caught off guard" by the firestorm surrounding his alleged sports gambling activities and is cooperating fully with a Major League Baseball investigation. Cosart spoke to reporters for about a minute at the Marlins' complex before heading to a back field at Roger Dean Stadium. Cosart and Michael Hill, the Marlins' president of baseball operations, both said they have been given no timetable for a conclusion to MLB's investigation.


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The 26-year-old Parker has since been fired and faces a state assault charge. Patel also has filed a civil lawsuit.BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A former Alabama police officer is charged with violating the civil rights of an Indian man during a violent confrontation in February.

Former Madison police officer Eric Sloan Parker is charged with using unreasonable force that left Sureshbhai Patel (suh-RESH'-beye pah-TEL') hospitalized.

Federal prosecutors announced the charge Friday in Birmingham. A defense attorney says Parker will plead not guilty.

Patel was visiting relatives when police were called to a suburban neighborhood where he was walking Feb. 6.

The 57-year-old grandfather suffered injuries including partial paralysis when he was slammed face-first to the ground in a confrontation captured on video.

Fresno Deputy Police Chief Keith Foster Busted on Drug Charges

The deputy police chief of Fresno, California, was arrested Thursday on charges of possession and intent to distribute heroin and other drugs, Keith Foster, 51, was named by the Justice Department as one of four people nabbed in a year-long investigation by the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. federal and local law enforcement officials said.

Keith Foster, 51, was named by the Justice Department as one of four people nabbed in a year-long investigation by the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer confirmed that Foster is the department's deputy chief, who has commanded patrol operations for the city of a half-million people for the past eight years.

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee: He was drunk before the slaying

Shayanna FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — The fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez took the stand in his murder trial Friday, telling the jury

that he was drunk in the hours before the slaying of her sister's boyfriend.

Shayanna Jenkins also told jurors that she found a handgun in a kitchen junk drawer before the June 17, 2013, killing of Odin Lloyd.

She avoided looking at Hernandez as she testified. As she left the stand, she mouthed something to him, and her face looked ashen.

Racist Chantes are learned, which means that there are teachers who are racistUO president: Racist chant learned at national fraternity event

A racist song chanted by members of a University of Oklahoma fraternity was learned at a national
Sigma Alpha Epsilon leadership cruise four years ago, school President David Boren said on Friday.

Dozens protest rough arrest of man by Inkster police

Michigan State Police are investigating the arrest, Lt. Michael Shaw said.Inkster — Tears streamed down Floyd Dent's face Wednesday as he described how Inkster police officers pulled him from his vehicle during a traffic stop captured on patrol car video one late January night and began beating him.

"They told me get on the ground, then they snatched me, threw me on the ground and started beating me," Dent said outside his attorney's law office in Novi.

"(An officer) was beating me upside the head. ... While he was beating me I was trying to protect my face with my right arm. ...

The officer nearly choked me to death.

I told them I can't breathe.

He just kept on choking me."

Dent, 57, said he also was Tasered during the arrest Jan.

28 in front of the former Inkster police station, and that he was targeted because he is African-American.

The incident has sparked cries of aggressive policing, led to calls for disbanding the department and prompted the regional leader of a civil rights organization to call Inkster "the new Ferguson" in reference to a recent scathing Department of Justice report that called Ferguson, Missouri's law enforcement practices racially discriminatory.

Bama: a sight and stench of death after Boko Haram defeat

Bama, a city destroyed by BokoBama (Nigeria) (AFP) - The devastation is visible from the air in Bama. Corrugated iron roofs lie ripped off among charred debris, the walls of the houses blackened with soot or in ruins.

On the dusty roads that separate properties in the second-biggest town in Borno state, northeast Nigeria, the sight -- and smell -- is much worse, with evidence of atrocities everywhere. The Nigerian military forced out Boko Haram from Bama earlier this month. As they did so, locals who managed to escape said the Islamists set fire to homes, including the emir's palace. But clearly much worse happened -- and the evidence is on the streets, beneath them and in the parched fields beyond. Troops find the decomposing body of a man in a sewer, in the fetal position surrounded by trash and human waste. Soldiers cover their noses as more remains are found elsewhere.

Racist chant Oklahoma student 'deeply sorry'

Levi Pettit stands and takes itA university student who led a videotaped racist chant that caused a national uproar has apologised.

The former University of Oklahoma fraternity member, Levi Pettit, said he was upset and embarrassed over it.

"I did not want to apologise to the press or to the whole country until I first came to apologise to those most directly impacted," he said.

Pettit took a few questions from reporters but would not say where he learned the chant or who taught it to him.

The meeting between Mr Pettit and several black community leaders before the press conference was coordinated by Oklahoma state Senator Anastasia Pittman, who said she believes the apology was genuine. "I admire his courage of reaching to me and saying: 'I want to meet with you face to face and apologise to your directly,'" Sen Pittman said. The video, which was posted online by a black student group, caused a national country and led the university's administrators to expel two students who led the singing of the chant.

Russia's Putin to Iran: Immediate ceasefire needed in Yemen

Putin has an opinion about cease fireMOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's President Vladimir Putin called for an "immediate cessation of military activities"

in Yemen in phone conversations with Iran's President Hassan Rouhani,

the Kremlin said in a statement on Thursday.


Shi'ite Muslim Houthi militias have seized large parts of Yemen.

The conflict deepened on Thursday when warplanes from Sunni Muslim

power Saudi Arabia attacked Houthi positions in Yemen,

drawing protests from Tehran.

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