Yearly Archives: 2015
There's always a deep pool of intolerance and bigotry below the surface of a society. The societies that incubate the terrorists we fear most are no exception.
Voters should ask, is the United States more corrupt now than it was eight years ago? Than 16 years ago? 24 years ago?
“Wall Street is still out of control,” Sanders warned.
The jig is up for the sugar-water purveyor’s bogus obesity study group.
Instead of keeping children safe, Michigan officials repeatedly lied about the safety of their drinking water even though they knew it was poisoned.
Black Lives Matter Minnesota raised its voice in multiple locations December 23rd, disrupting shopping, the metro system and the airport to protest the November killing of Jamar Clark, a black man by Minneapolis police.
Newly elected Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has issued five executive orders, the majority of which reverse progressive changes made by former Governor Beshear
More than 1,200 indigenous women were either murdered or went missing in Canada from 1980 to 2012.
The Pasadena Police Department and two of their officers are being criticized not only for their actions that led to the fatal shooting of Kendrec McDade but for their lack of transparency and accountability.
William Celli has been arrested after police found and deactivated a homemade bomb in his home.