Category Archives: Front Page

Jim Gilchrist

Jim Gilchrist founded the multi-ethnic Minuteman Project on October 1, 2004 after years of frustrated efforts trying to get a neglectful U.S. government to simply enforce existing immigration laws. Jim holds a B.A. in newspaper journalism, a B.S. in business administration, and an M.B.A. in taxation. He is a former
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Retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey

CHERYL DORSEY Retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey was raised in South Central Los Angeles. After attending Catholic school at an early age, she embarked on a career in law enforcement, beginning with the Department of Justice, the Bureau of Investigations, and Narcotic Enforcement, shortly after graduating high school. She later
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Pope Francis to sex victims: ‘I beg your forgiveness’

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis met and prayed with six European victims of pedophile priests for the first time Monday, in what is being cast as a gesture designed to help change the mentality toward sexual abuse scandals that have severely tarnished the church’s image. READ MORE: USA Today …read
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50 years after Civil Rights Act, Americans see progress on race

Fifty years after the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, majorities of blacks and whites think real progress has been made in getting rid of racial discrimination, but most say at least some discrimination still exists today. African-Americans are more likely than whites to see discrimination as widespread. READ
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Billy McClellan III Bio

McClellan is a native of Carson, CA who attended North Torrance High School and Kansas State University on a football Scholarship. McClellan is a product of the Ultimate Transformation Training family as well. He received his undergraduate degree in Sociology. He is currently a financial advisor for Northwestern Mutual. “Many
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Facebook Responds to Criticism of its Experiment on Users

Facebook is unapologetic about the “emotional contagion” experiment it was conducting on customers. Reports about the ethics of it (see The Atlantic) have been kicking up emotion and it was getting contagious. Here’s what happened. For a research project and ultimately a paper, researchers at Facebook tweaked what hundreds of
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Supreme Court says police must get warrants for most cellphone searches

The Supreme Court unequivocally ruled Wednesday that privacy rights are not sacrificed to 21st- century technology, saying unanimously that police generally must obtain a warrant before searching the cellphone of someone they arrest. While the specific protection may not affect the average American, the court made a bold statement that
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Dee Dee McNeil

Dee Dee McNeil is an educator, singer, songwriter, poet, journalist, producer and playwright.She has performed in over two dozen countries worldwide, entertaining in a number of five-star hotels like The Westin, The Radisson, The Sheraton, The Four Seasons, The Hyatt, The Crowne Plaza and The Ritz Carlton. She sang for
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