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  • Can we please stop with the personal political mudslinging please
    Can we please stop with the personal political mudslinging please
    We are no strangers to watching grown men and women try to sour the reputation of the other. But there has been a disturbing trend among politicians recently that has really irked my nerves.During the campaign to get your vote this year, both...
  • Washinton student opens fire at high school leaving one dead
    Washinton student opens fire at high school leaving one dead
    Late Friday, a high school student in Seattle, Washington opened fire injuring five people and killing himself afterwards. According to local police, officers responded to Marysville-Pilchuck High School, which is 35 miles north of Seattle, after...
  • Army official sold the public trust for a half-million dollars in bribes
    Army official sold the public trust for a half-million dollars in bribes
    On October 24, 2014, In Seon Lim, a former contracting official for the U.S. Department of the Army, was sentenced to four years in prison by the Honorable Leonie M. Brinkema in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Lim, 48...
  • Dick Durbin supports Governor Quinn at a Democratic function
    Have you decided what to do to cast your vote, Chicagoans?
    There's quite a substantial lead, undoubtedly among Chicago voters, in favor, at this point in time, for U.S. Senator Democrat Dick Durbin. What have the voters there done regarding Oberweis? The majority has planned, according to the Chicago...
  • Darrell Issa
    Congress examines U.S. response to Ebola outbreak
    Chairman Darrell Issa of a House oversight committee called the latest Ebola case in New York “particularly distressing.” He was one of the many members who spoke at a hearing where military and health officials were testifying....
  • Muslims in Dearborn, MI
    Securing America takes aggressive action to prevent terrorism
    It only takes a couple of hostile instances on “home soil” to push the national security apparatus into high gear. One can only hope that the system will perform better that the Obama-led politically inspired public health security...
  • ISIS-inspired attacks in America would likely ignite enormous backlash
    ISIS-inspired attacks in America would likely ignite enormous backlash
    That headline is speculative, however analyze the situation. America has been at war in the Middle East since 911. What have we been combatting? Here is a list:Threats to the free worldTerroristsRadical Islam of all kindsNon pluralistic theocratic...
  • Dr. Craig Spencer
    Outrageous and out of control: Ebola in America
    Holding back a moment before addressing the politics of this story, just to absorb the immediate shock, an American doctor returned from West Africa. He was in a self-monitoring mode after having treated Ebola patients there. After ten of 21 days...
  • GABEO visits Quitman
    GABEO has conference in Quitman, focuses on ways to strengthen voting rights
    On Friday, October 24, the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials (GABEO) will host a three-day annual conference in the South Georgia town of Quitman, Georgia-- two hours south of Macon and a few miles west of Valdosta. The main theme for...
  • Keith Jenkins Georgia House District 173
    House District 173: Grady County's Cairo could provide tiebreaker in tight race
    One of the more competitive and interesting state races is House District 173 which pits incumbent Republican Darlene Taylor and Democrat Keith Jenkins who is a political newcomer. Even though both are from Thomasville, it is a strong likelihood...
  • Ezekiel Holley House District 151
    HD-151: Ezekiel Holley provides Dems opportunity to pick up rural South Ga. seat
    On Thursday, October 23, Albany's WALB-TV had reported that Dougherty County voters will join four other Georgia counties where residents will be able to vote early on Sunday for the first time this weekend. One of the races that some...
  • CHP Officer may face felony charges for forwarding nude photos from DUI suspect's cellphone
    CHP officer forwards nude photos from DUI suspect's phone
    On October 23, 2014, Contra Costa, CA prosecutors have met, considering felony computer theft charges against 35-year-old California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officer Sean Harrington. The District Attorney Investigator has recommended that criminal...
  • Ebola hits the Big Apple: patient tests positive in New York
    Ebola hits the Big Apple: patient tests positive in New York
    On October 23, 2014, Doctor Craig Spencer tested positive for the Ebola, after being rushed to Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Dr. Spencer had been treating Ebola patients, working with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea. He returned to New...
  • Governor Scott Walker
    Wisconsin's governor race heats up
    The gubernatorial race in Wisconsin is shaping up to be a down to the wire affair according to most polls and pundits today. Incumbent Governor Scott Walker has seen his office challenged on multiple occasions throughout his tenure, but this will...
  •  Sgt. Major Robert Gallagher
    Black Hawk Down Hero passes away
    Famed Retired Sgt. Major Robert Gallagher who participated in Operation Black Hawk Down died in his Georgia home at the age of 52 on Thursday. According to Army Times, served as the command sergeant major for the Army’s Wounded Warrior...