Archive for July, 2015

Magazine Features Many Of Bill Cosby’s Accusers On Its Cover

Magazine Features Many Of Bill Cosby’s Accusers On Its Cover

   New York magazine displayed on the cover of its July 27-August 9 edition  35 of the 46 women who have publicly accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault or rape.  The black-and-white photograph of Cosby’s accusers shows them sitting on chairs with their hands clasped or on their laps. There are three rows of ten […]

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Canada No  Safe Haven For Military Deserters

Canada No Safe Haven For Military Deserters

During the Vietnam War, Canada had a reputation as a safe haven for U.S. military deserters;  that reputation no longer  prevails.  Although Canada once welcomed U.S. war resisters, a different attitude has developed among Canadians during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Canada has concluded that the Iraq conflict was unjustifiable under international law; but advocates […]

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Bill Cosby’s Unsealed Deposition Condemns Him

Bill Cosby’s Unsealed Deposition Condemns Him

Over the past four decades, Bill Cosby has been accused by dozens of women of drugging and raping them. A decade-old recently unsealed deposition seems to support those accusations.  In a 2005-2006 deposition, Cosby stated under oath that he obtained  quaaludes  to give to women prior to having sex with them. His accusers describe this […]

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KKK Wants to “Adopt-a-Highway”

KKK Wants to “Adopt-a-Highway”

A North Georgia chapter of  Ku Klux Klan (KKK) applied to participate in a highway cleanup program.  Members of the group say they want to participate in a program that allows them to help keep an “adopted” section of highway clean and have their name on signage on that section of road.  In May 2012, […]

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Children of Undocumented Parents Charged Punitive Tuition

Children of Undocumented Parents Charged Punitive Tuition

U.S. citizens who are dependent  children of illegal immigrants are suing school officials in South Carolina (SC) for denying them in-state tuition. South Carolina students are required to pay tuition based on their parents’ immigration status. Dependent children who are U.S. citizens but whose parents are undocumented are not prevented by state law from receiving […]

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