via Michael Moore
Let me cut to the chase. The biggest robbery in the history of this country is taking place as you read this. Though no guns are being used, 300 million hostages are being taken. Make no mistake about it: After stealing a half trillion dollars to line the pockets of their war-profiteering backers for the past five years, after lining the pockets of their fellow oilmen to the tune of over a hundred billion… Continue
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WASHINGTON, DC, United States, October 1, 2008 - Citizens of CARICOM nations Jamaica and Haiti have found themselves out of the running for the United States “green card lottery” that launched today because too many of their fellow nationals are already in America.
The United States Department of State launched its latest green card programme today - officially termed the 2010 Diversity Visa Lottery Program - which will close to applicants on… Continue
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A man told today how he was shot three times in a London street for wearing a Barack Obama T-shirt.
Dube Egwuatu was buying a mobile telephone top-up card in an off-licence when the gunman confronted him and glared at the top, which carries an image of the Democrat US presidential candidate underneath the legend ‘Believe’.
The man then launched into a tirade of racist slurs, shouting ‘I f***ing hate n*****s’ and urging 36-year-old Mr… Continue
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Here is how Deanna Sutton, founder of Clutch Magazine Online, created her own dream job.
What made you start Clutch Magazine Online?
I started Clutch in 2002 after I graduated from college and I was going through a difficult time in my life. I couldn't find a job and my best friend passed away... my father. One day, my best friend at the time let me come over his place, and as I sat on his couch I began to look through his… Continue
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I think this question is rhetorical, but is the era of the super producer completely over? I can’t help but feel that whole idea is a product of the old music industry, the one that is being disregarded and left for dead more and more as each day passes.
The one hit wonder, with a big record that breaks regionally before spreading nationally, or comes to life via myspace or a youtube video- the one hit wonder has put the super producer out of… Continue
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Those of you who have been down with the Nation since day one might remember when Dos Un and myself hopped on a bus full of radicals, former Black Panthers, and old white librals and headed down to Philly to document the rally outside the courtroom in Mumi Abu-Jamal’s final appeal of his Death Penalty conviction and sentence.
For those who don’t know Mumia Abu-Jamal is the 54 year old ex-Black Panther and former radio journalist convicted of the… Continue
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The Vixen Affair the Mixtape is designed to give independent/unsigned artists/groups a chance to shine as well as create cross promotional environments for all participants. The Source Magazine, RapHead.com, Artists Blood Raw and Roccett of C.T.E./Def Jam, STS Media, Smokin' Jelli DVD, Kashi Kicks, and others were all eager sponsors of A Vixen Affair the Mixtape Vol. 1!!! The 2nd in the "A Vixen Affair the Mixtape" series is now open for sponsorship. Sponsors will enjoy possible NATIONAL and… Continue
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Memphis, TN - Memphis Police have arrested a man accused of killing a Frayser teenager. Around 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 3, 2008 police arrested 25 year-old James Fitz in connection with the killing of 16 year-old Jaliesa Dickerson.
Fitz was arrested on Wells Avenue in Downtown Memphis. They say he killed Dickerson back in August. Fitz is expected to be charged with first degree murder, aggravated rape, and aggravated… Continue
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Police have charged a man in connection with a homicide on Outer Drive on Saturday night after he was arrested later that night in connection with an unrelated DUI hit-and-run incident.
James A. Devoe Jr., 33, of the 1300 block of Pershing Court, is charged with first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, according to police.
Officers found a man dead inside a home in the first… Continue
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After a brief chase, a man accused of killing a York teen was arrested in the city this morning.
Christopher Daniels, 19, of York, was taken into custody just after 10:20 a.m. in the 600 block of Vander Avenue, said Lt. Timothy Utley, who heads the detective bureau.
On a tip, detectives were checking up on a garage in the 700 block East Prospect Street when they saw Daniels crawl out of a window, authorities said. Daniels ran,… Continue
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AKRON -- Akron police and the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Travis Elder, 18 of Cole Avenue, who was wanted for the murder of a Cuyahoga Falls man.
Police arrested Elder outside Socrates Place in South Akron Thursday around noon without incident.
An arrest warrant for aggravated murder was issued for Elder in connection with the death of Joshua Robinson, 23, of Cuyahoga Falls.
Robinson was found… Continue
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