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  • Ferguson election
    Unequal representation
    Many pundits are complaining at the moment that American citizens do not vote. What most of them seem to mean, though, is that members of certain "minority" groups (the word includes women, who happen to outnumber non-women) who would be...
  • Jeb Bush
    New poll shows Jeb Bush winning Virginia over Hillary Clinton
    A new poll released yesterday by Christopher Newport University shows former Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) with a slight lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) in the key swing state of Virginia. The same poll does show Clinton with a...
  • Penn State Old Main in Summer
    Debate over power of Koch money at Penn State
    A debate over the influence of donors on academic standards may be brewing on Penn State University campus, as it has become apparent that the university has received some money from the Koch family trusts. Previously, this was an issue on Florida...
  • Pennsylvania State Troopers in Pittsburgh
    What Baltimore could have learned from Pittsburgh
    In September of 2009, the City of Pittsburgh hosted the G20 Summit. While there were some minor incidents during the event, thanks to intelligent planning, there were minimal arrests and comparably few commercial properties that suffered physical...
  • Bush leads Clinton in a potential match-up in the battleground state of Virginia
    Bush leads Hillary Clinton in Virginia matchup remaining GOP candidates close
    New polls are showing that despite the Democrats love affair with Hillary Clinton she is not faring well when it comes to potential general election matchups with her Republican opponents. A new poll released on Monday, April 27 from the Wason...
  • The curious case of Freddie Gray
    The curious case of Freddie Gray
    The question is, how does a healthy suspect sustain a severe and ultimately fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody, and nobody knows how it happened? If the police account that Freddie Gray's arrest was made "without force or...
  • Million Day
    New Book Echoes Stephen Hawking’s Eerie Warning to Humans
    REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTEA new book about a monumental battle to get humans into space is being released this week. The book is entitled The Million Day Forecast and it seems to have impeccable timing. It comes on the heels...
  • Loretta Lynch and Congress needs to have healthy relationship
    Let's hope Congress and Loretta Lynch can work in harmony together
    Loretta Lynch is now the first African-American Attorney General in the history of America, and some are already predicting that she will go down the same path with Congress as Eric Holder, the man Lynch is replacing, went down during his rocky...
  • Baltimore Police Department
    Baltimore Police Department receive 'credible threat' to police officers
    Baltimore Police Department officials on Monday, say they received a credible threat that rival gangs have joined forces in attempts to take out law enforcement officers. Department spokesman announced that the Criminal Intelligence Unit obtained...
  • Same sex marriage advocate in front of SCOTUS
    Supreme Court to hear arguments on same sex marriage: What you need to know
    Same sex marriage arguments are going to hit the Supreme Court of the United States Tuesday, April 28, and the outcome is anybody’s guess at this point. Pundits from all sides are predicting failure, partial success, or total success in...
  • Loretta Lynch was finally sworn in as attorney general
    Loretta Lynch sworn in as 83rd Attorney General and first black woman
    After more than five months after be nominated by President Barack Obama Loretta Lynch was finally sworn-in as Attorney General on Monday, April 27, 2015. In a ceremony helmed by Vice President Joe Biden Lynch finally replaced Eric Holder,...
  • Gay marriage
    Separation of church and state: Gay marriage
    Why is this so hard? Why is there separation between church and state in American? Here are some reasons:The Founding Fathers wanted to protect freedom of belief, and did not want the government to embrace one religion over another and impose its...
  • President Obama greets Cecily Strong at Press Correspondents Dinner
    Obama signals intent to issue executive order on extraterrestrial disclosure
    On Saturday night, President Barack Obama gave a joke filled speech at the annual White House Press Correspondents dinner. Fox News covered some of the zingers Obama threw at all and sundry across the partisan political divide. At the top of Obama...
  • Orlando's Soccer Stadium Tied Up by Healthcare Fight
    A fight over healthcare shouldn't tie up Orlando stadium project
    This is the problem with politics: when the people in power have a disagreement over something, they often times take political prisoners, and in Florida, the state legislature has taken a political prisoner over their fight over Medicaid –...
  • Obama vented out his anger at the 2015 White House Correspondent's Association dinner
    Obama's anger management issues at White House Correspondents' Dinner speech
    President Barack Obama showed that under the cool no drama Obama veneer there are anger issues, simmering beneath the surface in his funny and sometimes-mean White House Correspondents' Dinner speech. On Saturday evening, April 25, 2015 Obama...
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