Member of Nebraska School Board Called on to Resign After Calling Obama a “Half Breed”


A member of Nebraska’s school board is being called on to resign after making racially inflammatory remarks about President Obama. Pat McPherson’s blog included repeated references to President Barack Obama as a “half breed.” McPherson, however, said he didnt’ write the posts and expressed his disapproval before deleting them. Concerned citizens have called in to complain about McPherson’s comments, causing ... Read More »

Dr. Sinclair Grey III: How YOU can become an agent of change


by Dr Sinclair Grey III On Tuesday, January 20th, millions of people gathered around their television sets to watch President Barack Obama deliver his State of the Union address to the American people. In a speech that was filled with the possibility of hope for a brighter future in the U.S., you can’t help but observe people who despise President ... Read More »

Obama To Visit Selma For 50th Anniversary Of Civil Rights Marches


U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Selma, Alabama, in March to recognize the 50th anniversary of historic marches led by activists fighting against segregation and seeking to ensure African Americans’ right to vote, a White House official said on Tuesday. Obama will visit the small southern town on March 7 as part of his administration’s efforts to highlight the Voting ... Read More »

Could LeBron James Be Better than Michael Jordan? Probably Not


By Victor Ochieng Many basketball fans have searched the internet asking who is the best basketball player of all time. On several platforms, Michael Jordan’s name comes up on top. For many, however, that’s debatable. Many have questioned whether LeBron James is actually better than Jordan. On the BleacherReport and Fox Sports websites, Jordan appears as the greatest of all time. But that isn’t ... Read More »

Boko Haram is becoming more threatening in Nigeria every day


By Nigel Boys According to a new report by Amnesty International, the recent attacks by the militant Islamic group, Boko Haram, carried out in the first week of the New Year, are the most destructive and deadly to have ever been carried out in northern Nigeria. The Jan. 15 report continues that in light of the recent victimization of civilians, ... Read More »

Rising Star “Kingfish” is Criticized for being Overweight

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By Michal Ortner “Kingfish” was the nickname given to a rising blues star, Christone Ingram, who is only fifteen. Kingfish has gained a lot of attention for his talented guitar-picking and deep bluesy voice. My Fox News calls him a “Blues phenomenon.” His greatest inspiration is B.B. King and Kingfish plans to join his level of respect in the Blues ... Read More »

Inspector General for the NYPD Criticizes Police for Using the Chokehold

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By Angela L. Braden Phillip Eure, Inspector General for the NYPD, released a controversial report questioning whether or not it was necessary for law enforcement officers to make use of the chokehold in ten recent cases. Eure questioned the necessity of the chokehold, which is supposed to be a banned technique among New York law enforcement, stating that in at ... Read More »

Teens confess to killing 88-year old man

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By Nigel Boys Kenan Adams-Kinard, 17, is now claiming that he was trying to buy an ounce of crack cocaine from the 88-year-old man who he is accused of killing in August 2013 with his accomplice Demetrius Glenn. He changed his plea to guilty to take advantage of a plea deal. Adams-Kinard was 16 at the time of the murder ... Read More »

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