Saturday, July 22, 2017
Despite the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline being halted in December, Energy Transfer Partners plan to continue its operation, and loyal corporate lapdog and GOP lawmaker, Keith Kempenich, has introduced a bill that would essentially legalize hitting protestors with...
The recent crackdown on illegal immigration has brought fresh attention to the sorry state of U.S. detention centers. Hundreds of undocumented immigrants were arrested and detained last week in an initial step to enforce President Trump’s promise to crack down...
Kevin Gallagher, who helped establish the crowdfunding campaign that raised upwards of $40,000 for Brown’s defense case, has filed a lawsuit against the Justice Department, claiming their actions illegal and overreaching. Recently released Barrett Brown served 63 months in prison...
This man realized a client was only being rude to him because the client believed he was speaking with a woman. Whether or not sexism even exists in the United States is something that many debate about, and it’s likely...
Last week, a federal judge provided a long overdue victory for alternative political parties in the United States. The ruling found the Federal Election Commission (FEC), the institution that oversees the Commission on Presidential Debates, failed to sufficiently examine...
Chickweed is sold on Amazon alongside testimonials from users about how chickweed products cured their skin cancers. So why did the U.S. Food and Drug Administration single out an old Amish farmer and had him indicted by a federal...
In another case of airport profiling of passengers, famous champion boxer Muhammad Ali’s son, Ali Jr., was pulled aside for further questioning of his name in a Florida airport. Ali Jr., 44, along with his mother, second wife of Muhammad...
In February 2016, West Virginia law makers decided that drug testing welfare applicants was a good idea. It passed in the legislature and was later approved by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin. Despite the constitutional questions that arise from the...
A National Guard and Marine Korean War veteran Richard Sukeforth and his bedridden wife Leonette Sukeforth — both 80 — were thrown out on the street in the middle of a snowstorm on December 29. A rural community in Maine,...
Karen Lee Batts, 52, met an unfortunate fate last Saturday when she succumbed to the freezing outdoor weather in Portland, Oregon. Though Portland is often known for its quirkiness and microbreweries, the scourge of urban homelessness is quickly marring the...
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