Controversy

Michael Cosme, Devon Ayers and Carlos Perez all walked out of prison Wednesday night free men, after being wrongfully convicted for killing a cab driver  and a Fed Ex employee back in 1995..  18 years later. “I’ve been innocent, and I’ve been fighting all these years, and the hard work finally paid off,” said Cosme. […]

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A line of action figures taken from the slavery film, ‘Django Unchained’ have hit the market for sale.   The Quentin Tarantino film has been a hit at the box office.  However, there’s a small protest brewing to have these dolls taken off the market. Najee Ali, director of the advocacy group Project Islamic Hope, […]

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Callie on November 21st, 2012

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.,  submitted his resignation to House Speaker John Boehner today,  just a little more than two weeks after Jackson easily won re-election. Jackson has faced a slew of problems in recent months, most recently a probe by federal investigators into his finances. The federal probe was trying to get to the bottom […]

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Callie on August 13th, 2012

In the most bizarre police case I’ve seen, police in Jonesboro Arkansas say Chavis Carter committed suicide while handcuffed in the back of a police car by shooting himself in the head. Carter was arrested on July 28th after police found a bag of marijuana in his pocket.  Before the arrest, police searched him two […]

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And the beat goes on.  This Jackson family drama is playing out on the internet, in court rooms and on TV. Michael Jackson’s estate has limited some relatives access to the Jackson family home shared by mother, Katherine Jackson and Michael Jackson’s three children, Paris, Prince and Blanket.  Randy Jackson and any of his children, […]

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Callie on July 30th, 2012

Charles and Te’Andrea Wilson had planned to marry this month at the First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs in Mississippi, but were asked to move their wedding at the last minute. The pastor, Stan Weatherford, at first agreed to marry the couple.  However, he told them that some members of the congregation had a problem with […]

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Callie on July 26th, 2012

The International Olympic committee has booted an athlete from participating in the Olympic games due to an offensive tweet on Twitter. Triple jumper, Voula Papachristou of Greece, made the costly mistake of thinking she could send a racist tweet that would probably have her followers laughing.  The tweet that got Papachristou in trouble was posted July […]

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George Zimmerman was denied an interview by ABC’s ‘The View’ after he demanded ‘shelter and security’ for a month for him and his wife.  Barbara Walters told the audience at ‘The View’ that he demanded “a condition that we could not agree to,” without giving the exact reason.  She says after ABC declined his demands, […]

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Callie on July 9th, 2012

A baby onesie designed to give the illusion of a woman’s body in a polka dot bikini is drumming up outrage from parents. Teens are already over-sexualized.  Now we’ve seem to move on to  the precious little ones. It’s manufactured by Bon Bebe.   Tweet Pin It

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