Category Archives: Front Page

Horace Butler

Horace Butler is a preeminent Scholar and Researcher in the the field of Biblical and Ancient Egyptian writings. While in college on a journalism scholarship, Mr. Butler became deeply curious to know the origins of the biblical writings. That curiosity led him to the writings of Clement, Justinian and other
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U.S. secretly created ‘Cuban Twitter’ to stir unrest

WASHINGTON — In July 2010, Joe McSpedon, a U.S. government official, flew to Barcelona to put the final touches on a secret plan to build a social media project aimed at undermining Cuba’s communist government. McSpedon and his team of high-tech contractors had come in from Costa Rica and Nicaragua,
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DC teen Avery Coffey sought by 5 different Ivy League schools

To say that Washington, D.C. native Avery Coffey has a bright future ahead of him would be a huge understatement. The 17-year-old has maintained a 4.3 grade point average at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School, he plays four different team sports and he even built a robot at the U.S.
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CIA misled on interrogation program, Senate report says

A report by the Senate Intelligence Committee concludes that the CIA misled the government and the public about aspects of its brutal interrogation program for years — concealing details about the severity of its methods, overstating the significance of plots and prisoners, and taking credit for critical pieces of intelligence
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Obamacare Enrollment Heading to 7 Million at Deadline

The first yearly sign-up period for Obamacare closes today, with early returns suggesting the administration may near a projection of 7 million enrollees made before the U.S. health exchange struggled at its startup. The rollout has been under constant attack from Republican foes and faced a key U.S. Supreme Court
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Dhahabu Bellard

Dhahabu is an avid reader and dedicated to furthering his education as a life long study of the whole being approach through manual medicine (Massage Touch Therapy). He has always been a teacher, by nature; before formally becoming a Massage Therapy Instructor, he took an active role as an intermittent
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Controversial Study Says That Video Games Make You Racist

A controversial new study that links video games to racism is taking gaming’s reputation from bad to worse. The study, published by Ohio State University, found that white gamers who used African-American avatars were more likely to associate negative behaviors with people of color, and act more aggressively towards them
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College Players Granted Right to Form Union

CHICAGO — A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board ruled Wednesday that a group of Northwestern football players were employees of the university and have the right to form a union and bargain collectively. For decades, the major college sports have functioned on the bedrock principle of the
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Obamacare applicants to get more deadline flexibility

Washington (CNN) — The Obama administration will give more time to people who try to apply for health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace by Monday but encounter difficulty, administration officials said Tuesday evening. Monday is the deadline for people to enroll in order to have coverage for this year
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Who Will Win The NCAA Tournament? The NCAA.

Just after noon Thursday, Ohio State and Dayton will tip off in the first (real) game of the NCAA Tournament, and 64 teams will begin their quest to lift college basketball’s most prestigious trophy. The beauty of this tournament is that no matter who we think will win — I
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