Joe the Plumber May Be Right About Gun Control

Joe the Plumber may be right for being against new gun control legislation Samuel J. Wurzelbacher, famously known as ‘Joe the Plumber,’ had some choice words for Richard Martinez whose son was one of the fatalities in Elliot Rodger’s shooting massacre in Isla Vista, California, along with the parents of the other five students who were shot and killed. In “an open letter” to the parents of the victims murdered… Read More »

Warrantless Searches of Vehicles OK in PA

  PA Supreme Court rules police can conduct warrantless searches of vehicles Warrantless searches of vehicles by police are now legal in the State of Pennsylvania. On May 14th, Eric Boehm of the PA Independent reported that “The state Supreme Court ruled last week that police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant. The state General Assembly, meanwhile, is moving forward with a bill that would give cops the… Read More »

Nigeria: Where’s the Feminist Outrage Now?

The absence of the feminist outcry over girls kidnapped in Nigeria Since 200 plus schoolgirls have been kidnapped in Nigeria, along with the threat of more Nigerian girls being taken captive and sold, why is it that I have heard no outcry from so-called “feminists” or “women’s rights” groups in the US that claim to be for women’s rights throughout the world? Why aren’t there any protests be conducted by… Read More »

Cyber-Bullying: A Bigger Problem Than We Know

Cyber-bullying: More powerful than people know and something more people need to be aware of What’s cyber-bullying? A short answer would be bullying that’s conveyed through technology such as the internet. To understand cyber-bullying, we must first understand what bullying is and its existence in society. Bullying in society before the “Cyber” part Bullying has been part of human society from the very beginning. Bullies have always been known as… Read More »

Baby Saved by Heroic Trio

Baby saved during jammed traffic on the Dolphin Expressway The Miami Herald reports an incident where a 5-month-old baby stopped breathing during standstill traffic, on the Dolphin Expressway in Miami, Florida. A woman by the name of Paula Rauseo, 37, was in standstill traffic on the Dolphin Expressway, when her 5-month-old nephew stopped breathing. In a panic, Rauseo ran from her car with her nephew in hand, screaming for help.… Read More »

Defamation: Truth Not Absolute Defense

Cases where courts found defamation for truthful speech I was reading a blog by Itai Maytal that was about a defamation claim, where a blogger was ordered to pay $60,000 in damages to a plaintiff over truthful information. From my knowledge, the First Amendment protects all speech that is based upon “truth.” Maytal confirmed my assertion of  speech rights in the following statements: One of the first things I learned… Read More »

Knockout Game: How Real Is It?

Knockout Game phenomenon being used for anti-white propaganda There are some serious problems with the ‘Knockout Game’ phenomenon. If ‘hate crimes’ are crimes based on some form of extreme bigotry or racial hatred, how does the system prove the intent of the attacker, unless they do or say something specifically targeting certain groups? Nothing  in the ABC report indicates or shows any proof that this attack on a Jewish man… Read More »

Glenn Greenwald: Can He Save Journalism?

Glenn Greenwald to bring investigative journalism to the forefront Glenn Greenwald is on fire. He now has the resources to bring social justice and investigative journalism to the frontline. Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar has submitted $250 million to journalist Glenn Greenwald, for the prospect of a news organization to help defend press freedoms. Omidyar stated in his blogpost, “I developed an interest in supporting independent journalists in a way that leverages… Read More »

Nobel Peace Prize: “Smidgen of Credit” for Obama?

The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize and the argument in favor of Obama According to David Corn of Mother Jones, President Obama may have deserved “a smidgen of credit” for the Nobel Peace Prize that was handed out nearly two weeks ago. For 2013, the Nobel Peace Prize was given to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) which was created to enforce the UN Chemical Weapons Convention that… Read More »