Nudists could soon be allowed to get naked in Paris

September 23, 2016

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Nudists in Paris will be cheered by a new plan to finally allow them to hang out in a designated open air area, without fear of being arrested. Naturists in Paris have not felt themselves for a long time. The problem: They’ve never had anywhere to let it all hang out. Sure, there is the […]

FRESH NOT FROZEN: North Carolina Congressmen Robert Pettinger Says Protesters Hate White People

September 22, 2016

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    U.S Congressman Robert Pittenger whose district includes parts of Charlotte. Told BBC News earlier today the violence in Charlotte stems from protesters who “hate white people because white people are successful and they’re not.” The Congressman who is seeking re-election this fall issued an apology for the comments saying he was simply quoting protesters […]

Seattle’s Handy Man

September 22, 2016

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Fifty year old Anthony Hardison is not a local celebrity, but he has been seen in and around Seattle.  Seen by local bus drivers and other locals. A few days ago Hardison was seen by an employee at the  King County Administration Building  which houses several county offices inclding the Sheriff’s office. Mr Hardison was […]

Terence Crutcher shooting reminds us that blacks are treated worse than dogs

September 22, 2016

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By: David A. Love/The Grio Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man, was shot to death like a dog by the Tulsa police last Friday. But in America, not even dogs are treated the way black people are these days. On Sept. 16, Crutcher, 40, was on the road with his stranded SUV. After police responded […]

The Golden One Center in Sacramento can cure Acne

September 20, 2016

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I didn’t live in Sacramento when the second Arco Arena opened,  It had to be the second coming of christ.  The  Golden 1 Center opens in two weeks with Sir Paul McCartney. (Millennials are looking him up on their smart phones ,Who? ) There is so much antipation, so much hope for a building that some […]

Ripples in the pond

September 20, 2016

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  Jamaica’s LGBT community is still drowned out by colonial-era legislation. By: Mark Campbell/The American In Italia Persecution can be long and persistent but change toward better human rights can start like a ripple in a pond. Though their efforts and successes may go largely unnoticed by global media, individuals in smaller countries, in particular […]