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President Donald Trump showed his true racist colors this week with his now infamous alleged “shithole” comment about Haiti and Africa. These comments combined with his recent erratic behavior is giving more credence to the thought that Trump is mentally unfit to be President and should be removed from office, a call that is being…

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Almost 35 years ago, America was shocked when would-be assassin John Hinckley Jr., opened fire on President Ronald Reagan in 1981. Hinckley shot Reagan and three others, including then-Press Secretary James Brady who died in 2014 due to complications from his injuries. President Reagan’s injuries lift him hospitalized and in critical condition, but he eventually recovered.…

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Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead Saturday at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Marfa, Texas. After an investigation by the FBI, the U.S. Marshal Service, and the Presidio County sheriff, Scalia’s death was deemed a result of natural causes, mySanAntonio reported. He was 79. Scalia had arrived at the Mexican-inspired resort on Friday for…

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A Republican lawmaker in Missouri thinks poor people abuse food stamps and wants to ban them from buying what he deems are “luxury items.” State Representative Rick Brattin has introduced legislation that would prohibit the purchase of “cookies, chips, energy drinks, soft drinks, seafood or steak” with food stamps. “The intention of the bill is to get the…

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Snoop Dogg wore his Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. hat during his keynote speech at SXSW in Austin. “When Reaganomics kicked in, certain things were taken away,” says the 43-year-old rapper about former President Ronald W. Reagan, the 40th POTUS (1981–89), who also served as the 33rd Governor of California (1967–75) before his presidency. He faults…

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Freeway Ricky Ross was one of the most notorious drug dealers of the 1980s. At the height of his career, he made close to $1 million per day selling cocaine. Ross was introduced to the cocaine business during the early 1980s and soon became business partners with a Nicaraguan supplier. Reportedly, the supplier was allowed…

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Everyone is loving Nelson Mandela in death. But, much like Martin Luther King in America, Mandela had a score of powerful detractors and enemies while he was alive — and more particularly when he was fighting and imprisoned trying to obliterate the unjust South African apartheid system. Some who opposed Mandela have, of course, amended…

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Lee Daniels’ The Butler was released this weekend and two moviegoers claim that the extra security at the Regal Majestic Theater in Silver Spring, Md., made them feel racially profiled. Tiffany Flowers, a labor organizer, tweeted directly to Regal Theaters about her experience at the Saturday evening showing. Flowers watched the movie with her husband, Alan Hanson, who noticed that the extra security was only…

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Lee Daniel’s The Butler wiped the floor with its competition over the Aug. 16-18 weekend, raking in critical acclaim along $25 million to help Oprah Winfrey and Oscar-winner Forest Whitaker take the top spot from its vanquished competition, Kick-Ass 2 and Ashton Kutcher’s Jobs.  Celebrities raved over the film about a longtime White House butler who…

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Thirty years ago, the Republican messiah Ronald Reagan was engineering an ultra-conservative revolution and became a demigod in the process. Julius “Dr. J” Erving finally won his first and only NBA title with the Philadelphia 76ers after three other futile tries in six years. Eddie Murphy’s Trading Places, Chevy Chase’s National Lampoon’s Animal House and…

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While Republicans in Congress are blocking every effort put forth by President Obama, they still offer no real alternatives to create jobs and deal with the economic crisis confronting the nation. Currently, House Republicans are blocking the Obama administration’s efforts to promote healthier lunches in school by saying the new rules are too costly. They…

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