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A stepdad’s story seems to be falling apart regarding the alleged kidnapping of his stepchild near Houston. Darion Vence told police that his medically fragile stepdaughter Maleah Davis, 5, was abducted by three Hispanic men while he was stopped on the side of the road. He claimed that during the abduction he was knocked unconscious…

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Across the sexual social spectrum of America, more women are statistically stating they have had lesbian experiences or were bisexual. A study released this year by the CDC titled “Sexual Behavior, Sexual Attraction, and Sexual Orientation Among Adults Aged 18–44 in the United States: Data From the 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth” examined this growing…

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Gawker has posted an audio recording provided to them by an NYPD officer who’s suing the department for retaliating against his whistleblowing on an illegal quota system that pressured officers to profile Black men. New York transit officer Michael Birch had his original case dismissed, so he has filed an appeal with a higher court.…

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Following last week’s debacle when Donald Trump used the controversial term “anchor babies” to complain about Hispanic parents seeking to birth babies on American soil to gain citizenship while he excluded the growing numbers of Asian and even European immigrants who pay thousands of dollars to achieve similar results in what’s called “birth tourism,” presidential hopeful Jeb Bush has now…

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The Police Department of Baytown, Texas, has sparked outrage over the brutal beating of a Hispanic family last weekend. Dozens of people took to the street this past Sunday to protest the event, which occurred on May 3, 2014. According to family members and eyewitnesses, the family was simply having a birthday party, watching the…

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State of California to be split up?

California is a huge state both physically and economically. The amount of revenue it generates makes it the eighth largest economy in the world. But has it become ungovernable? That is the question that Tim Draper, a venture capitalist, has asked and the answer may surprise the nation. Draper proposes splitting California up into six…

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Stars: Andrew Jacobs, Molly Ephraim, Richard Cabral, Crystal Santos It will be interesting to see how this latest film in the Paranormal Activity franchise does at the box office, given America’s predilection for cinema apartheid and the fact that the cast is largely Hispanic. A big brouhaha was made over the fact that USA Today…

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America remains a segregated nation. According to Reuters, about 40 percent of White Americans only befriend people who are white. Although diverse work environments, schools and social media allows more people to interact with others outside their race, a lot of people are only befriending others of their own race. In comparison, only 25 percent…

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Pitbull Pitbull, along with other hispanic artists, are perfect for your Cinco de Mayo party.We’ve complied a list of some Hispanic crossover artists who are sure to liven up this celebration. Born Armando Pérez, Pitbull is a rapper, producer and songwriter. His first performance was with Lil Jon in 2002. An international artist, he and…

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With the exception of the president and maybe a few Capitol Hill police and some cleaning staff, as expected, the majority of the nation’s political establishment is comprised of white men. Even the people who work for the senators and congressmen and women are mostly white, this according to the 2011 edition of the National…

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This week, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported some interesting findings in its 2010: American Time Use Survey (ATUS). The survey data include the average amount of time per day in 2010 that individuals worked, did household activities and engaged in leisure and sports activities. Data collection for the survey started  in January 2003…

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Despite the slow pace of job creation, it has been announced in recent weeks that unemployment is creeping downward. Since December, we have observed a sizable decrease in the overall unemployment rate. However, it is growing dramatically, especially among  African American teens. The Department of Labor figures indicate the overall teen jobless rate for ages…

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