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‘Fast and Furious 7’ Halts Production Following Death of Paul Walker

December 4, 2013

Coroner: Paul Walker Died of ‘Traumatic and Thermal Injuries’

December 4, 2013

Montana Officials Appeal Teacher’s ‘Lenient’ One-Month Rape Sentence

November 30, 2013


Prosecutors are asking the Montana Supreme Court to reconsider the 30-day sentence given to a teacher who raped a 14-year-old girl.

The state’s attorney office filed an appeal Friday, demanding Stacy Rambold serve a longer sentence for the rape of Cherice Moralez after spending just one month in jail. Rambold was released from Montana State Prison in September, the Associated Press reports.

The case gained national attention when District Judge G. Todd Baugh said the victim was “older than her chronological age” in August. The judge later apologized and said he was referring to a videotaped interview with Moralez, which has not been disclosed to the public. Moralez committed suicide before the trial.

State prosecutors argue Rambold’s sentence was illegally lenient and is asking for a new sentence of 20 years in prison with 10 years suspended. The former teacher is on probation through 2028 and is a registered level 1…

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Wife Of Longest Held Hostage in U.S. History Speaks Out

November 27, 2013


On Tuesday, the White House made a holiday appeal to Iran to return a retired FBI agent and two other Americans being held in the country. The wife of ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson discusses how the family coped with his disappearance.

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NOW George Zimmerman Is Ordered Not To Posses Weapons

November 19, 2013



The news now surrounding George Zimmerman would be merely unsettling if we already did not know his actions had proved deadly.

George Zimmerman’s bail was set today at $9,000 for charges stemming from an altercation with his pregnant girlfriend.   Zimmerman, other than being a gunslinger is also clearly a family man.

Zimmerman was charged with felony aggravated assault and two misdemeanors after allegations that he pointed a shotgun at his girlfriend in Apopka, Florida.

A Seminole County judge also added conditions to Zimmerman’s bail which are that he not return to two Florida addresses, except for one time with law officers present to retrieve his belongings.  He cannot have contact with the accuser and must wear a monitoring device.

The other condition added by the judge is that Zimmerman cannot possess weapons.  Well, thankfully someone with authority can finally see the real danger that surrounds this man with a criminal mentality.

Zimmerman was acquitted four months ago in the shooting murder of…

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Rapper The Game Donates $10,000 To The Philippine​s Diaster Relief

November 19, 2013


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Compton rapper The Game is doing some good in the world. The rapper turned reality star just donated ten thousand dollars to the Philippines Disaster Relief following the typhoon that destroyed the country.  In a statement released in Instagram, The Game said, “Thus hurts my heart knowing that many of those amongst the dead are little children. It is in these times where we as people if this world get the opportunity to unite with one another & give back, help, lend a hand, donate or just send prayers.”

The country, located in the southeastern region of Asia, was hit by the super storm leaving a trail of destruction and tragedy in its wake. As of now, 3,500 people are dead, more than 1,100 are still missing, and more than 12,000 people have suffered injuries.  We will continue to send prayers and positive energy in the Philippines direction.

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November 19, 2013

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By Chuck Thompson

Four score and 70 years ago, America’s Great Emancipator delivered the most famous speech ever made by a U.S. president. Universally regarded as a triumph of genius and brevity, Abraham Lincoln’s stirring Gettysburg call for national reconciliation in the midst of the Civil War was a 272-word masterstroke of empathy, statesmanship and diplomacy.

It was also a missed opportunity.

The speech remains eternally inspiring for the way Lincoln refrained from laying explicit blame at the feet of an enemy so embittered to the cause upon which he’d staked his life (literally, as it would turn out) that it had eagerly thrown itself into its own fight to the death.

 Lincoln sidestepped all that rage. And in so doing, he sidestepped the lessons of Gettysburg, thereby failing to predict—or prevent—the ways in which they were fated to play out over the next century and…

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