Why Trump’s Pardoning of Joe Arpaio Is a Testament To Racism and Corruption

You’ve probably heard about Donald Trump’s pardoning of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, and you’ve likely gotten truckloads of negative reactions towards it, particularly how it is yet another volume to the conman-in-chief’s endless examples and support of racism. For those not in the know, Arpaio calls himself ‘America’s toughest sheriff’, but records show that […]

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R.I.P. Jay Thomas

From NBC News by Variety: LOS ANGELES — Actor Jay Thomas, best known for his roles in the classic sitcoms “Murphy Brown” and “Cheers,” has died, according to his publicist. He was 69. “Jay Thomas was one of the funniest and kindest men I have had the honor to call both client and friend for […]

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The Sierra Leone Mudslide

From Al Jazeera: The death toll from a devastating landslide and flooding that hit Sierra Leone earlier this week has risen to nearly 500, according to hospital officials. More than 600 people remained missing on Sunday, with rescue officials warning that the chances of finding survivors are decreasing each day. The death toll earlier stood […]

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Open Forum: Solar Eclipse 2017

A once in a lifetime event will take place August 21st. A total solar eclipse will occur that will catch the attention of people across North America while a partial eclipse will be visible in other parts of the world. There is a narrow path of totality across the United States from Lincoln Beach, Oregon […]

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