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Inmates at NY Prisons Suffer “suffocation, broken bones,teeth….prolonged solitary confinement”

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By Robert C. Bess Sr. “The Stanford prison Experiment,” is a movie based on Professor Philllip Zimbardo’s 1971 psychology investigation of the effects of average college students being locked in jail. The experiment was cut short because of abuse and the potential for further problems. The author of the article Samuel K. Roberts, Phd. while viewing the movie was tormented with the reality of the abuse of incarcerated males in…

New Steve Jobs Documentary Shows the ‘Brutal’ Part of the Genius

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Reported by Liku Zelleke Everyone knows the late Steve Jobs was the brain behind Apple Inc., and that his genius helped create and run one of the world’s most popular and successful technology companies. His company’s inventions stand as testaments to his brilliance. A new film will bring Jobs’ story to the big screen, entitled “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,” and it has already received criticism due to…

Outrage In South Africa As Chinese Increasingly Influence National Culture

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By James A. Merritt Americans have been very vocal about wanting the English language to be considered the native tongue of America, and have openly questioned how welcoming our country should be to foreigners who cannot speak it. Well, that issue is now facing South Africa as China’s influence is now increasingly impacting the country’s national culture in many unexpected ways. Today, South Africa’s Education Minister announced that Mandarin, the group…

How Cuba Helped Black People Across the World

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Reported by Liku Zelleke One of the many reasons Cuba was restricted from trade was due to its support and direct involvement in events that countered western authority. Some of the events, which resulted in trade embargoes and sanctions that nearly crippled Cuba’s economy, may in fact surprise you.  Lets take a look at a few. -During the Angolan War of Independence, Cuba armed the People’s Movement for the Liberation…

Indonesian Airline That Crashed Had Already Had 14 Serious Incidents

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By Nigel Boys An Indonesian airline carrier with reportedly over 14 serious incidents since it began operating in 1991, 10 involving the loss of an aircraft, crashed another one of its planes in the Oktabe area of Papua on Sunday. 54 people were on board. The plane left Jaypura’s Sentani airport at 2:22 p.m. but never reached its intended destination in Oksibil, the capital of Papua, according to Suprasetyo, Indonesia’s…

Man Crashed His Truck Causing Pile Up Then Runs Along Highway Naked

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By Andre Jones Tracy Martin, 44, made national news a day before his birthday. He caused a six car pileup on a busy highway in Blue Ash, Ohio, then ran on the highway for almost a mile naked. Witnesses say that Martin, of Chagrin Falls, was speeding on the fast lane shoulder of Interstate 71 at 80 miles per hour in his GNC pickup truck on Wednesday evening. Traffic had…

KKK, Nazi Enthusiast Blows His Leg Off With His Homemade Bomb

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By James A. Merritt A man who was making homemade bombs in his garage mistakenly detonated one that blew off his leg. Michael O’Neil, a 45 year old upstate New York native, is a former Niagara County corrections officer. After the explosion, law enforcement officials not only found O’Neil badly injured, but they also found White supremacist paraphernalia at his home. He is currently in federal custody without bail. Just…

Senator Chuck Schumer: “The right to vote in this country is still under attack”

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By Andre Jones Two years ago, the Supreme Court struck down a pivotal function of the Voting Rights Act (Section 4) as unconstitutional, sending it back to Congress for revision. In response to the Supreme Court ruling, Democratic leader, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) will be introducing three pieces of legislation to make voting more accessible for any American. When Congress enacted the VRA in 1965, it was acknowledged that racial…

Kelly Osborne Insists She’s Not Racist After Saying Mexicans Clean Toilets

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By Andre Jones In a poorly thought out attempt to upbraid Donald Trump for his recent controversial statements regarding Latinos, Kelly Osbourne actually added insult to the injury already suffered by the Latino community. After other The View hosts Michelle Collins, Raven-Symone, Whoopi Goldberg, and Rosie Perez started speaking about Trump’s lead in the polls, Kelly attempted to call out Trump, foolishly blurting out, “If you kick every Latino out…

Is The Man Behind Donald Trump’s Presidential Run Bill Clinton?

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By James A. Merritt Can you believe it? Donald Trump may actually listen to someone other than himself. According to The Washington Post, Donald Trump may have heeded some very precious advice from none other than President Bill Clinton. Trump is leading in every recent poll of GOP presidential candidates. That may be a delightful development to Clinton, the 42nd president and husband to the leader of every poll of…

Major Changes at MSNBC May Mean People Lose Their Shows and Jobs

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Reported by Liku Zelleke NBC News Chairman Andy Lack has set out on a new mission to apparently put the house of MSNBC, its corporate sibling, in proper order. Reports state that the struggling station will see the end of Ed Schultz’s 5 p.m. “Ed Show”. It will be replaced by a new show hosted by “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd. Todd has been described as being a “non-ideological…

NY Cop Faces 16 Years in Prison for Allegedly Having “oral relations” with Teens

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III With so much police misconduct in the news as of late it’s imperative that those who swear to uphold the law don’t act out of character. So when police officers take the law into their own hands, there’s a problem. Joshua Spratt, a 10-year veteran police officer with the Watervliet Police Department in upstate New York is being charged with having sexual encounters with two…

British public outraged at Rupert Murdoch for this picture of the Queen

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By Nigel Boys Rupert Murdoch, head of News UK which owns The Sun, who is reportedly well known for his anti-Monarchy stances, went too far this week with headlines calling Queen Elizabeth II and her sister Princess Margaret, “Their Royal Heilnesses.” Saturday’s front page headlines in The Sun enraged the fury of the British public and the Royal family, with the former taking to Twitter, demanding that the Australian be…

Should The Maine Diner Owner Have Yelled at Screaming Baby?

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Robert Stitt Darla Neugebauer is the owner and chief cook at Marcy’s Diner in Maine. She is the subject of a national debate on how restaurant owners should treat families with screaming or crying children. Neugebauer was faced with a restaurant filled with nearly 80 patrons, three of them were a man, woman, and screaming 21-month old child. The child had been screaming for nearly 40 minutes and, according to…

The Secret About Bob Ross’ Famous Hair That Most People Didn’t Know

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Reported by Liku Zelleke Anyone that knows the works of artist Bob Ross will remember him for the beautiful landscapes he used to create in a matter of minutes and in what seemed like complete ease. Those that remember the man himself will never forget his hair. It stood upright around his head — like a fuzzy afro. Many thought it reflected his true and gentle persona. But what many…