The mother and father of a young man killed by an illegal immigrant are voicing their support for Donald Trump. "He's trying to do something and they're trying to shut him down," declared the victim's mother.
In 2008, Anita Shaw was serving in Iraq when her son, a high school football standout, was gunned down near his home in Los Angeles by gang member and illegal immigrant Pedro Espinoza. Jamiel Shaw Jr. has been described by his parents as an excellent student athlete who was drawing interest from Stanford and Rutgers University. His parents called Shaw, 17 at the time of his death, a "regular" church attendee.
Espinoza is said to have confused Jamiel's spider man backpack for a rival gang's colors. more >>
Raven Symone, the actress who began her career as a child star on "The Cosby Show," said publicly that she's not convinced Bill Cosby is guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting women, despite the release of a 2005 court deposition on Monday in which the actor admitted to giving sedatives to at least one woman he wanted to have sex with.
"I don't really like to talk about it that much because he's the reason I'm on this panel in the first place. He gave me my first job," Raven-Symoné, the 29-year-old co-host of "The View," said. "But at the same time, you need the proof, and then I'll be able to give my judgment here or there. And now there are real facts. More people can come up."
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became a popular TV dad in the 1980s and 1990s on the family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has been the subject of media scrutiny since late 2014 when close to two dozen women accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting them. On Monday, The Associated Press obtained a 2005 court document where Cosby admitted to purchasing the sedative Quaaludes with the intention of drugging a former Temple University employee. more >>
Upper Egypt prosecutors are dropping all charges against a gunmen that murdered a Christian man, claiming the assailant is mentally unfit to stand trial.
In January, Shaheed Nesemis Saroufeem, a Coptic Christian, was followed and then shot dead in Egypt's Luxor Province.
According to some, this is a common tactic in predominately Muslim countries where legal officials work in concert with government authorities to avoid prosecution of those that are persecuting the Christian minority. more >>
Media reports of the last week have speculated that recent fires at black churches are racist arsons somehow linked to the horrible murders at the historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina. A July 1 headline in The Atlantic ominously declared: "Black Churches Are Burning Again in America."
A July 1 TIME article cited eight churches within two weeks, seven of them in the south, three of them judged arsons, one deemed electrical, and several others "preliminarily" believed to be related to lightning. Two of the churches turn out to be primarily white churches, including one in Ohio, and another in Tennessee. None have been judged hate crimes yet.
Yet lack of evidence so far of racist intent has not inhibited incendiary warnings and claims, many of them tweeted under the hashtag #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches. An activist with the liberal religious advocacy group Sojourners told Huffington Post: "Whenever you have African Americans in history pushing back against white supremacy, you inevitably have church burnings," adding, "In light of Confederate flags being taken down off of government buildings, this is a true threat to the dominance of whiteness in America." more >>
Bobby Brown has vowed to get justice for his sick daughter, Bobbi Kristina, amid reports that an alleged family member is shopping around a so called deathbed photo of her to media outlets.
Last month, the 22-year-old only biological daughter of the late Whitney Houston was moved to hospice care, five months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Roswell, Georgia, home just outside of Atlanta. On Friday, gossip website TMZ.com reported that someone was attempting to sell a photo of Bobbi Kristina laying in her bed at the hospice center for $100,000. It was allegedly taken by an extended family member.
"I'm just looking to get justice," Brown told a TMZ in Los Angeles on Sunday when asked about the disturbing report. more >>
Not only do recent revelations concerning the endemic sexual grooming of British girls by Muslim men demonstrate how crippling political correctness is, but they show how political correctness complements the most abusive elements of Islamic law, or Sharia.
According to a June 24 report by the Birmingham Mail, as far back as March 2010, West Midlands Police knew that Muslim grooming gangs "were targeting children outside schools across the city—but failed to make the threat public."
A confidential report obtained under a Freedom of Information Act indicates that police were well aware that British pupils were being targeted by mostly Muslim men. Several passages from the report make this clear: more >>