Tag Archives: DOJ

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 »

Pardon From Obama Not Likely for Manning

Unlikely that Obama will pardon Private Manning Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on August 21, 2013. Now, Pvt. Manning and his attorney David Coombs are moving for a pardon from President Obama. Manning was convicted on 20 of 22 charges, 6 of which were charges under the Espionage Act. On September 4th, Manning formally appealed to President Obama for a pardon.… Read More »

Boycott Florida; The Right Thing to Do

Why Florida boycott makes sense Ever since the controversial verdict was handed down in the George Zimmerman trial, there has been a nation-wide, public outcry that justice had not been served for the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The potential for a boycott and much more was imminent. Even Marcia Clark, former prosecutor for the O.J. Simpson murder trial, felt that the “jury had enough for a manslaughter conviction.” There… Read More »