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Using God To Justify the Crazy

byNatasha Gordon       Bryan Fischer says men ought to be in control in the home, in the church, and in society, including in politics because that is what the Bible teachs. ...

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Cops: ‘Armed and dangerous’ suspect wanted in World Changers shooting

Man Leading Prayer Service Shot Dead This Morning At Creflo Dollar's World Changers Church A man leading bible study was shot and killed this morning inside Creflo Dollar's mega church in College Park, Georgia. According to WXIA, a suspect identified as 52-year old Floyd Palmer approached the 39-year old victim while he was praying and shot him at point blank range. Palmer, who is a former employee of the c ...

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Police: Badly burned woman admits she set herself on fire | wwltv.com New Orleans

  wwltv.comStaff and wire reports WINNSBORO, La. - A 20-year-old woman who claimed she was attacked and set on fire by three men who scrawled KKK on her car now says she made it up, according to a report on KSLA-TV's web site. Sharmeka Moffitt was in critical condition Tuesday at the Regional Burn Center at the LSU Medical Center in Shreveport. KSLA reports that Winnsboro Police Chief Lester Thomas sai ...

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Ann Coulter Calls President Obama ‘The Retard’ On Twitter

By Kirsten West Savali  Ripping a recent page from Tagg Romney’s playbook, racist and conservative (at the risk of sounding repetitive) commentator, Ann Coulter, is once again writing verbal checks that her a** can’t cash. Proving how desperately she craves attention — which I’ll grant her for a few moments — and the gnawing need she has for relevancy, Coulter took it to the tweets and called President Bara ...

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Black Woman Set On Fire By KKK?

By Abena Agyeman-Fisher Twenty-year-old Sharmeka Moffitt (pictured) was reportedly set on fire by indeed have white hoodies on during the attack. ...

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The Complete Final Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

PBS NewsHour (http://www.pbs.org/newshour) presents the full length foreign policy debate, originally held on October 22, 2012. The candidates debated at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla ...

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Humanities Scholarship Banquet

Bill Jong-Ebot, MBA (Int'l), Ph.D. Associate Professor,  Journalism & Mass Communication Coordinator, Communication Florida Memorial University 15800 NW 42nd Ave Miami Gardens, FL 33054 Phone: 305 626-3162 webot@fmuniv.edu http://www.fmuniv.edu ...

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Rep. Perry Thurston Statement On Governor Scott’s Retreat from Race-based Education Plan.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Rep. Perry Thurston (D-Plantation), the incoming Florida House Democratic leader, issued the following statement:   “It is a favorable sign that Governor Scott has decided today to disavow himself from a highly controversial element of the Strategic Plan for public schools offered this month by the state Board of Education. I am hopeful that the Board of Education will recraft the p ...

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PAPER ASKS COURT TO SHIELD REPORTER

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA                                   THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, October 11, 2012......l.A lawyer for The Florida Times-Union asked a Leon County judge to quash a subpoena for one of the paper’s reporters in a case involving a former aide for Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carrol Prosecutors want to talk to Times-Union reporter Matt Dixon about what he received from Carletha Co ...

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Author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad Files for Bankruptcy

  by Dr. Boyce Watkins When you make millions giving financial advice to other people, the last thing anyone expects is for you to go bankrupt.   Robert Kiyosaki, author of the best-selling book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” has filed for bankruptcy.   Kiyosaki made the move after being wiped out by a $24 million dollar lawsuit that he lost to the Learning Annex.   The bankruptcy is not an indicator of K ...

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