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Tribe Thanks Secretary Salazar

The Kawaiisu Tribe of Tejon thanks Secretary Ken Salazar for “Reaffirming” the Tribe to the list of Federally Recognized Tribes in the United States according to a news release on January 3, 2012 by Indianz.com, who were the first to break the good news, and it quickly spread through Indian Country. Tribal Chair David Laughing […]

Gun-holder busted for honesty at 9/11 memorial

Gun-holder busted for honesty at 9/11 memorial

New York Police Department officers arrested a Tennessee nursing student at Manhattan’s September 11 memorial this week. Despite having a license for her .32-caliber pistol, the NYPD has a zero tolerance rule for firearms at Ground Zero. Meredith Graves, 39, has since posted $2,000 bond and will have to return to New York in March […]

Banks can’t keep up with foreclosures anymore

Banks can’t keep up with foreclosures anymore

With an economy in ruins, how many foreclosures do banks have to deal with nowadays? Enough that the process of dealing with homeowners in default is taking years to complete. As a result, more and more Americans are learning that if mortgage payments are becoming too much of a burden on the old bank account, […]

Ron Paul was right about CIA drug deal

Ron Paul was right about CIA drug deal

Texas Congressman Ron Paul has long lobbied against government restrictions on the drug use of American citizens, but in the past the outspoken presidential hopeful has linked the US with narcotics closer than one might imagine. As early as 1988, Paul was preaching of a relationship between the Central Intelligence Agency and Contras in Nicaragua […]

Los Angeles to vote for president and condoms

Los Angeles to vote for president and condoms

Voters in Los Angeles will get their chance next year to tell the county just how they like their porn — and pending the results in the polls, some adult stars might be forced into changing how they have their sex. A ballot initiate has qualified to go into voting booths during a presidential primarily […]

Arizona bans history books

Arizona bans history books

A judge in Arizona has decided to make a Mexican American history program taught in the Tucson Unified School District just that: history. According to Judge Lewis D Kowal, the program is in violation of state law. The legislation in question went on the books a year ago and says that Arizona schools can’t offer […]

Hey, America: WTF?

Hey, America: WTF?

The end of the year is a time to look back at the moments — especially the good — that came during the previous 12 months. As the world reflects on what came out of 2011, a new poll from Gallup reveals that the general consensus out of America is that a few people really […]

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