A former town clerk filed a civil-rights lawsuit against the town of Hitchcock, Oklahoma, accusing several residents of repeatedly threatening him for being homosexual and his adopted son for being African-American. According to the lawsuit obtained by the Washington Blade, Randy Gamel-Medler, 59, began to be harassed in August 2016 when he brought his adopted […]
Editor’s note: You are going to see police shoot an unarmed man without warning, point blank for no reason, and then cuff the shooting victim. And some say a record number of Americans are giving up their citizenship for “tax reasons.” Give me a break. Here in Toledo, police shot and killed an Iraqi war […]
with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow The term Back Door Man has several connotations. In the original blues song written by Willie Dixon, it refers to a man having an affair with a married woman, using the back door to flee before the husband comes home. During the Gerald Ford Presidency, Back Door Man was applied […]
Incirlik is the home to over 80 US tactical nuclear weapons as well as the base where NATO aircraft are based that are engaged in the Syrian conflict. Therefore one must raise an eyebrow when a young Turkish man is able to waltz in there and mingle with visiting VIPS.
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor Already playing president, much like Reagan our “acting president,” Trump “saved” a thousand American jobs today by convincing Carrier, the air conditioning manufacturer not to take 2000 jobs overseas. Or did he? Trump is silent on which jobs remain, whether there are pay cuts, which Pence supports, or how many […]
Restaurant denies free Veterans Day meal to black veteran after man in Trump shirt accuses him of lying
By Ben Guarino November 15 at 4:24 AM Each Veterans Day, restaurants such as casual Tex-Mex chain Chili’s Grill & Bar offer free meals to the women and men who served in the U.S. armed forces. Alone, Chili’s said it served 200,000 free meals Friday. That figure did not include a hamburger ordered by 47-year-old retired serviceman […]
Shabana Syed The Uri Attacks did not as Prime Minister Modi predicted “isolate Pakistan” rather it highlighted the atrocious sufferings of the Kashmiri people under Indian rule. After the Uri incident, Russian forces arrived in Pakistan to hold joint military drills, while Indonesia offered Pakistan defence equipment, Iran, China, the OIC ,Turkey and Nepal have […]
Arab communities in the United States are in shock after a Lebanese-American man was shot and killed by a neighbour who had allegedly used violence and racial slurs against the family for years.
If this guy can pull this off, it will be a major boost towards waking up those who still don’t get it that an aluminium airplane cannot damage a steel and concrete building to any great degree and the government version of 9-11 is preposterous.
Andrew Gumbel for Guardian.UK Meet Edward Blum, who has led legal challenges to civil rights protections in recent years – from an attack on affirmative action to a call to rewrite electoral representation rules. He says it’s all about ‘one person, one vote’ Abigail Fisher, who challenged the use of race in college admissions, right, […]
George Martin … The one man who was able to pull rank on the Beatles. Photograph: Peter Johns for the Guardian Alexis Petridis for Guardian.UK There is a theory that George Martin was a man who got incredibly lucky the day he met the Beatles. It’s a theory that was sometimes posited by the Beatles themselves, […]
…and this tinpot dictatorship has planes on an American protected runway in Turkey loaded with tactical nuclear weapons… A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a man to 10 years imprisonment and 2,000 lashes for hundreds of atheist posts on Twitter, media reported. The Saudi religious police, which is also responsible for monitoring social networks, found more […]
BAGHDAD, Iraq—Nearly one million Iraqis took to the streets of Baghdad Friday morning to protest against corruption and the government’s backtracking on reform plans, as called by Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Gathering in Baghdad’s central Tahrir square the protestors shouted and waved posters of ‘no to corruption and corrupts,” Sadr who gave Prime Minister Haider […]