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Scholar is attacked by Bill Gates for disagreeing with his approach to African aid

Gates’ contention with Dr. Moyo is that she is heavily critical of the way men like Gates give aid to African countries and are unable to achieve their desired results ...

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South Africa prays for Nelson Mandela, who is in poor health

The 94-year-old leader’s condition has remained under wraps by the government, but they did acknowledge his condition as “serious but stable.” ...

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State of CA cuts Wal-Mart off: No more taxpayer subsidized profits

Low wages have been the forte at Wal-Mart for years, which has forced their employees to claim Medicaid, food stamps and subsidized housing in order to survive. ...

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Whistblower Edward Snowden revealed, says CIA got Swiss banker drunk and put him behind wheel of car

CIA operatives were attempting to recruit a Swiss banker to obtain secret banking information. Snowden said they achieved this by purposely getting the banker drunk and encouraging him to drive home in his car ...

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Worker gets fired from Baptist daycare for having a baby out of wedlock

A daycare worker in North Carolina was fired from her job allegedly for getting pregnant out of wedlock. ...

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BREAKING: SHOCKING VIDEO EXPOSES RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN TX DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM (DUANE BUCK

Today, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. released a new video highlighting the racial discrimination in the Texas death penalty system and the shocking case of death-sentenced prisoner, Duane Buck. Mr. Buck was sentenced to death in Harris County (Houston), Texas, after his trial prosecutor elicited testimony from a psychologist indicating that Mr. Buck was more likely to be dangerous bec ...

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New Poll Shows Some Americans Foolishly Blame Welfare For Poverty

Not that cable news culture and George W. Bush‘s political career aren’t strong enough indicators of this factoid, but I can always count on a poll to convey just how information-challenged many Americans are. Sometimes I can’t help but laugh, though in instances like these all I can do is get angry. According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Thursday, way too many of your fellow citizens ar ...

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