Is An Act Of Forgiveness The Key?

Provided by The Associated Press State District Judge Tammy Kemp gives former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger a hug before Guyger leaves for jail, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019 The Trial of Amber Guyer came to a conclusion over the weekend.  Guyer, a former Dallas Police Officer, was sentenced to Ten Years in the murder of an unarmed black man named Botham Jean.  Jean, a 26 year … Continue reading Is An Act Of Forgiveness The Key?

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Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry

Florida Democratic Party Chair Rizzo’s Statement On Impeachment Inquiry Posted September 24, 2019 Today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry for the Trump administration. President Trump is dismissing the inquiry as a “Democratic Witch Hunt”. President Trump’s twitter fingers are moving a mile a minute discrediting impeachment talk. Republican Kevin McCarthy has responded by calling it an “Imaginary Impeachment”. Republicans are responding … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry

The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

This is America. If there is a crime, we call the police. If there is a fire, we call the fire department. If there is a safety concern where a person is in need of immediate medical attention usually an ambulance comes roaring out. If there is tyranny, dictatorship, and evil in other parts of the world, we have a response. But on September 11, … Continue reading The Day Justice was Suspended by Johnnie Dent

Our Very, Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions

So taking everything the critics have said into consideration and all the films we’ve seen throughout the year, we’re looking at a few races to guess how the fields will shake out. Remember this is very (very, very) early, so don’t quote us. However, if it turns out we were right, then definitely quote us. Continue reading Our Very, Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions