Friends Say George Zimmerman Wants To Go To Law School To Help Others Like Him
George Zimmerman is greeted by defense counsel Don West at the start of his trial in Seminole circuit court in Sanford, Florida, July 8, 2013.
Inside America’s most expensive home: The mansion on the market for a record-breaking $190million Continue reading
12 Things Americans Love That The Rest Of The World Finds Bizarre
A few weeks ago, we brought you the highlight responses to a Reddit list asking what things Americans do that the rest of the world finds bizarre.
Of course, there’s an endless list of things that reveal major cultural differences. Continue reading
Protests erupt from coast to coast after George Zimmerman goes FREE: Second day of demonstrations planned after night of anger
- Florida jury took just over 16 hours to reach the verdict which was handed down on Saturday
- Twitter users calls neighborhood watch volunteer ‘dead man walking’ Continue reading
While the rest of celebrities are going to social media to blast America as racist in the wake of the Zimmerman verdict, a rare and truthful insight about the Trayvon Martin shooting case was heard from a rapper Lupe Fiasco. He pointed out the painful truth that black leaders, black celebrities and everyone in the hood and out of the hood dare not acknowledge publicly – the nightly black blood that spills in the streets of America at the hands of other blacks. Continue reading
Michael Lloyd/SWNS.com)Casey Snook, a 14-year-old girl from England, unknowingly racked up a $6,000 phone billby uploading photos to Facebook while on vacation in New York City, according to a story published Friday in the New York Post.
During the five-day trip with her mother, Kate Snook, Casey snapped photos of the Empire State Building, Times Square, Grand Central Station, and Central Park. Eager to share her travels with her friends, she uploaded the photos to Facebook. But since Casey hadn’t blocked her “data roaming” function, all that time spent on the Internet added up. Continue reading
Protesters of Zimmerman acquittal march in Calif.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Protesters angered by the acquittal of George Zimmerman held largely peaceful demonstrations in three California cities, but broke windows and started small street fires Oakland, police said.
The gatherings Saturday night ranged from a few dozen to a couple hundred people turning out to protest the verdict in the Florida courtroom over the death of Trayvon Martin, and police said some of the demonstrations continued into the early hours Sunday. Continue reading
BlacBlack People for Paula” Group Plans Times Square Rally
By David Powell · WebProNews Newsletter
According to the group’s website, the (as yet unnamed) founder of Black People for Paula and “over 100 of [his or her] friends” will gather outside the windows of the Good Morning America set during the show’s filming on August 16. They plan to wear pink t-shirts that feature the BPP logo and carry a large banner that says “We Forgive You Paula.” Continue reading