Monthly Archives: July 2012

Poll: Most Americans would vote atheist for president

Poll: Most Americans would vote atheist for president As they should, I know I definitely would, but then again I’m not in a cult, don’t subscribe to believing in a cosmic Jewish zombie, and I understand the constitution. I’m tired … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Sherman Hemsley. I’ll forever remember him for his flawless comedic portrayal of George Jefferson. Sherman Hemsley—who held the distinction of starring in the all-time longest-running television series with a predominantly African American cast. Movin’ on up…

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L.A. council outlaws medical marijuana dispensaries

L.A. council outlaws medical marijuana dispensaries See, it’s this type of crap that perplexes me about my city sometimes. Sometimes we’re on point and way ahead of other cities on social issues, but at other times, it’s like what the … Continue reading

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Lupe Ontiveros Dead: Star of ‘Selena’ And ‘As Good As It Gets’ Dies

Lupe Ontiveros Dead: Star of ‘Selena’ And ‘As Good As It Gets’ Dies Well this just blows. First Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson) and now Lupe Ontiveros! This lady was in EVERYTHING! And was a favorite actress of mine and helped … Continue reading

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Poll: Generation X unconcerned about climate change

Poll: Generation X unconcerned about climate change Amid a summer of record-setting heat, most of Generation X ’s young adults are uninformed and unconcerned about climate change, says a survey today. GenXers are folks born between 1961 and 1981 and … Continue reading

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Civil rights trial involving Arizona sheriff begins

Civil rights trial involving Arizona sheriff begins A civil rights trial involving the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office got under way Thursday. The case began when Manuel de Jesus Ortega Melendres, a Mexican tourist who was in the United Stateslegally, was … Continue reading

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Air Force instructor convicted of rape, assault

Air Force instructor convicted of rape, assault *Shakes head. An Air Force instructor convicted of raping a female recruit and sexually assaulting several others is due back in court on one of the nation’s busiest training bases Saturday for the … Continue reading

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Mexico’s new leader seeks help from Colombia crime fighter

Mexico’s new leader seeks help from Colombia crime fighter I’ve always said that Mexico should form an elite police force to combat the drug cartels and related crime, similar to the BOPE units in Brazil, C.R.A.S.H. in Los Angeles, or … Continue reading

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U.S. poverty on track to rise to highest since 1960s

U.S. poverty on track to rise to highest since 1960s More fallout from the Bush years. America’s poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the … Continue reading

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Happy Sandinista Revolution Day!

Today marks 33 years since the people’s Sandinista revolution. The Nicaraguan Revolution is as old as I am 🙂 Damn, I wish I was in Managua today to celebrate the revolution. The Nicaraguan Revolution was a people’s rebellion against the … Continue reading

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