When I think about the final verdict that was given I was flabbergasted. I could not comprehend what I had just heard.
by SpanStar3 years ago
Frankly I have to catch my breath...I find it hard to believe.
by MikeNV6 years ago
And this in a Country that pretends to care about the Rights of the People.How much longer until everyone is finger printed, tagged, and chipped.I feel so much "safer" now.WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Mortgage...
by Ralph Deeds7 years ago
Do you agree with Lynn Cheney and Bill Kristol's criticism of 7 Justice Department lawyers who provided legal representation to accused terrorists, calling them "The Al Qaeda Seven"? Here's a link to the...
by Sooner283 years ago
http://www.kpho.com/story/22831147/zimm … ack-internThis is the last discussion I will start on this trial. I am just throwing this out there for those who insist that Zimmerman was a racist who profiled...
by Mike Russo7 months ago
In a criminal court of law, the presumption of innocence prevails until the defendant is proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In a civil court of law, the defendant is innocent until the...
by chipsball3 years ago
Having survived the "Rites of Passage of an African-American Teenager in America" myself as a teenager and having raised four African-Americans teenagers in America I feel so blessed today that none of them...
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