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  • Colombian machete murderer removed from the United States
    Colombian machete murderer removed from the United States
    Pedro Nel Moreno-Romero, 51, was removed from the United States on November 24, 2014 by the Department of Homeland Security’s Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers in Miami,...
  • US senate blocks government anti-surveillance bill
    US senate blocks government anti-surveillance bill
    Americans’ right to privacy suffered another blow in November, after the US senate voted 58-42 to block the USA Freedom Act.The bill would have stopped the NSA from collecting metadata on smartphones without a court order.According to The...
  • Firefighters Museum
    Black firefighters seek funding to complete historical museum
    Organizers said once funding is secured to install such amenities as a wheelchair lift and to build a handicap accessible bathroom the Chicago African-American Firefighters Museum will be up and running in the next year."I'd say we need...
  • Department of Homeland Security’s OIG report: murder, drugs and corruption
    Department of Homeland Security’s OIG report: murder, drugs and corruption
    Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General recently released the second part of its semiannual report to Congress. In response to OIG’s investigations, the DHS declined to prosecute 111 cases, accepted 56...
  • Ferguson, Missouri
    Untangling the Ferguson disaster
    Being a part of the media, there is a certain responsibility not to fan the flames of a disastrous event, but to report the facts and to help interpret the situation. In the instance of the shooting of Michael Brown by police Officer Darren Wilson...
  • Democratic Sen. Schumer says passing Obamacare was a 'mistake'
    Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer says passing Obamacare was a ‘mistake’
    New York Senator Chuck Schumer spoke to the National Press Club in Washington on Tuesday and blasted the passage of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, by saying that “Democrats blew the opportunity the American people gave...
  • Robert Work
    They say that the DOD replacement just ran off
    According to Foreign Policy this morning, Michèle Flournoy doesn’t want to become the first woman Secretary of Defense, at least not for now. Why not? It’s a man’s world? Being attached to the Obama legacy wouldn’t be...
  • Ferguson MO riots
    Revival of manufacturing in America
    Manufacturing or the process of taking raw materials and turning them into a finished product is happening less and less in America. Since the turn of the century the US has lost 5.7 million jobs or 33% of its manufacturing workforce. This...
  • Ferguson National Guard
    Missouri Governor Jay Nixon triples number of National Guard troops in Ferguson
    After an evening of chaos in Ferguson, Missouri, Governor Jay Nixon on Tuesday tripled the number of the National Guard forces patrolling the area. Tensions were high as darkness fell and troops and police were out in force. Four people including...
  • New Republicans
    What did Americans order up as the 114th Congress?
    The National Journal makes it possible to perform an analysis of the new members of the 114th Congress. Focusing on Republicans first since they are the winners and new “occupiers” first consider the broad facts as the National Journal...
  • Obama was heckled for not going far enough to curb deportations
    Obama heckled during Chicago immigration speech by protesters over deportations
    President Barack Obama is finding out that the American public is less and less enamored by his rhetoric and policies. During a speech, Obama delivered in hometown of Chicago at the Copernicus Center on Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, 2014 about his...
  • More unrest over grand jury decision
    Ferguson; the monster the media created
    On Monday night the town of Ferguson, Missouri exploded after the grand jury returned a decision freeing Officer Darren Wilson from thepossibility of indictment over the shooting death of Michael Brown. Breitbart states thatRobert McCulloch,...
  • Los Angeles Council votes for handgun restrictions
    Los Angeles Council votes for handgun restrictions
    On November 25, 2014, Los Angeles Council unanimously voted 11 to 0 to make residents lock up handguns or disable them with a trigger lock when not in use. Los Angeles lawmakers will now start drafting a city ordinance with the same requirements...
  • Housing
    Alderman under pressure to support public housing ordinance
    Ald. Natashia Holmes (7th) was not in her ward office Monday when 50 members of the Chicago Housing Initiative showed up to demand that she support a proposed ordinance that, if passed by the City Council, would hold the Chicago Housing Authority...
  • President Obama
    Obama goes it alone on amnesty – foreign STEMs to grab American jobs
    Breaking news: In a case that could have serious implications on President Obama’s effort to “go it alone” on immigration “reform,” a federal district court in Washington, DC granted standing to American STEM workers...