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  • Detroit
    Most dangerous cities in the United States in 2015: FBI
    The most dangerous cities in the United States have been listed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in its latest ranking of its violent crime data in relation to location. According to the report, there are four categories of crimes involved...
  • Source: 'It may not be over for Officer Wilson in Ferguson'
    Source: 'It may not be over for Officer Wilson in Ferguson'
    As far as the state of Missouri is concerned, the books can be closed on the Darren Wilson case, the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed 18 year old Michael Brown in August of this year. The Grand Jury thoroughly examined the evidence and...
  • Barack Obama
    Obama criticized for his Ferguson response by Rep. Peter King and others
    Following the announcement that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted on any charges in relation to the Michael Brown shooting and killing which occurred on Aug. 9, President Barack Obama made statements in regard to the...
  • Grab your coats
    Global warming is here grab your coats
    In the 1970's, doom and gloom propagandists heralded global cooling with threats of an impending Ice Age. Now the same government funded Chicken Little's have did a 180 degree turn of climate apocalypse. For years they have promised the...
  • Herman Cain: ‘I am sick of the race card. Obama’s a failure in any color’
    Herman Cain: ‘I am sick of the race card. Obama’s a failure in any color’
    Black conservative, Herman Cain reacted on his radio talk show on Monday when a caller named Dave called in and wanted to remind Cain that America still has racism and that is why President Obama is having such a hard time and then went on to say...
  • ODW
    The African-American infant Darren Wilson saved
    Despite more than a few businesses in Ferguson, Missouri being looted then burned to the ground after a grand jury voted not to indict Officer Darren Wilson on criminal charges stemming from his shooting of Michael Brown, few if any major news...
  • Obama spends the taxpayer'smoney lavishing on fundraisers and family travel
    Obama spends the taxpayer's money lavishing on fundraisers and family travel
    Taxpayers should take a hard look at President Obama's Labor Day 2014 weekend trips for fundraising, personal business, and politicking with sheer anger. His entourage ran up a tab of $1,539,400 in taxpayer-paid transportation expenses.The...
  • Ferguson
    Missouri Dem. to MSNBC on Ferguson: 'This is our race war'
    While appearing on MSNBC Monday night, Missouri state Sen.Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a Democrat representing Ferguson in the state legislature, told Lawrence O'Donnell that the rioting, looting and destruction taking place in her city is "our...
  •  U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) walks through the halls of Congress
    Ted Cruz meets with a group of New York Jewish movers and shakers
    In a certain sign that he is serious about running for the presidency in 2016, Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently sat down with a group of prominent New York Jewish political donors, according to a Monday story in the New York Observer. The Jewish...
  • Ferguson erupts into chaos
    Ferguson erupts into chaos
    While riots erupted in Ferguson, Megyn Kelly criticized Al Sharpton for giving the protesters "misinformation after misinformation", adding that she didn't know "if those protesters know what the testimony was." Here's...
  • Robert McCulloch, Barack Obama and Michael Brown
    Robert McCulloch, Barack Obama and Michael Brown
    St. Louis County Attorney Robert McCulloch announced that the grand jury had declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown:McCulloch stressed that the grand jurors were "the only people who...
  • Tea Party at Nights of Lights
    Tea Party at “Nights of Lights”
    Tea Party at “Nights of Lights”November 22, 2014 marked the fourth time the Tea Party made its presence at the holiday gala known as the “Nights of Lights” in St Augustine, Florida. Each year the city adorns itself with...
  • Capt. Derek Herrera
    Walking with robotic legs, Marine decorated for personal valor in combat
    Captain Derek Herrera, USMC (Retired) vowed he would leave his beloved Corps the same way he came in, on his own two legs. But as reported by KTXL of Sacramento, Calif. on Nov. 23, 2014, and also by the Los Angeles Times on Nov. 22, 2014, the...
  • Barack Obama
    President Obama visits Chicago to promote his executive action on immigration
    President Barack Obama will return to his hometown of Chicago on Tuesday. He will be promoting his executive ordered-action on immigration. Less than a week after Obama ignited political unrest across the nation by announcing his immigration plan...
  • DCCC
    President Obama could get jail time, according to DCCC
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) sent out a mass email to its supporters suggesting that President Barack Obama could be impeached or even receive jail time, according to a Washington Times report on Monday. The emails which...