Man Settles for $1.4 Million After Wrongful Beating From Police

Floyd Dent, a weaponless African American man has settled with the state of Michigan for $1.4 million. Dent was viciously beaten by police in Inkster, Michigan back in January. The incident occurred after he was pulled over by police for rolling through a stop sign. Driving a fairly newer Cadillac, police officers pulled Dent out of the […]

Benteke Could Make Arsenal Title Contenders

Aston Villa star striker Christian Benteke could make Arsenal true title contenders, should the London club pick up the Belgian during the summer transfer market. Benteke’s Villa side will face off against Arsenal on Saturday in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Undoubtedly, Arsenal will have come up for a plan to deal with the […]

Anheuser-Busch Halting Beer Production to Help American Red Cross

In an effort to help with the devastating storms and floods in nearby Oklahoma and Texas, Anheuser-Busch has halted beer production in its Georgia brewery to help the American Red Cross. Texas and Georgia have been ravaged by storms, floods, and massive amounts of damage in the past few weeks, which has left many without […]

Pataki Announces For 2016

Former New York Governor, George Pataki, formally announced his run for president in neighboring New Hampshire on Thursday. This followed his posting of a short video on YouTube discussing his vision for America. His announcement makes him the eighth candidate to try for the GOP nomination. While considered a long shot with limited resources and […]

Carly Fiorina Finds It Best to Draw Comparison to Hillary Clinton by Following Her

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is making a hard push to contrast her campaign with that of Hillary Clinton. In fact, she recently made an appearance at the same venue Mrs. Clinton visited in South Carolina according to Homejoy on this Time article. Unlike Hillary Clinton, Fiorina took the time to answer an array of […]

Gay Marriage Attitudes in Ireland and Elsewhere Has Catholic Church Regrouping

If there is any issue on which religious conservatives seem to have resoundingly lost the culture wars, it is on gay marriage. It gets approved by courts or state ballots in state after state here in the U.S., and it is also seeing some success overseas. Keith Mann knows that nearly all of Western Europe […]

New Laws Could Classify Computer Security Tools as Military Weapons

When most people think of military weapons they probably think of things like machine guns, tanks and nuclear bombs.New legislation focused on national security could soon change all that. A new proposal by the Bureau of Industry and Security, a division of the US Department of Commerce, could make it illegal to export computer security […]

Political Aftershock

The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy was implemented into the military on February 28th 1994. This policy barred military servicemen and women from being publicly labeled as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. If soldiers disclosed their homosexual affiliation they were immediately kicked out of the military. The Department of Defense noted that openly gay military service […]

Charlie Hebdo Cartoonist, Luz, Leaves His Post with the Magazine

Renald Luzier, known as Luz, is set to resign from “Charlie Hebdo”. According to an official interview, Luz stated that drawing for the magazine had become too much of a struggle and he will walk away to preserve his own mental health. Luz was a key player in the “Charlie Hebdo” team, drawing a myriad […]

Right Girl is found in Mexico this time and Brought Back to the US

Last month, a video surfaced of a teenage girl being pulled out of her school in Mexico, forced into a waiting SUV, and brought to Texas when it was believed she was a missing child from the United States. Dorotea Garcia has been beside herself searching for her missing daughter for the past 8 years. […]