Nelson County Sheriff Ed Mattingly seems quite relieved that the suspect his local law enforcement officers were forced to shoot last weekend is white because, otherwise, the media would have blown it out of proportion.
An analysis by the AP shows that the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia Tuesday night was going 107 miles per hour into the crash site, where the speed limit is 50.
51% of Americans would not consider voting for Hillary Clinton according to a George Washington University poll.
Incompetent Maryland state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby appeared on stage with Prince over the weekend as the singer performed a tribute to drug dealer Freddie Gray entitled “Baltimore.”
Marilyn Mosby, the Maryland state’s attorney for Baltimore who is clearly in over her head, incorrectly charged a lunch lady and plumber in the death of frequent drug offender Freddy Gray that touched off a week of rioting in the city.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and former tech CEO Carly Fiorina have both announced they’re vying for the 2016 GOP nomination.
Just about everyone in the country is tired of hearing our failed President talk, except our failed President, who will never tire of it. That seemed to irritate 6th grader Osman Yahya, who was moderating a question and answer session for Discovery Education as a part of their “Of The People” series.
The Washington Post is out with a bombshell report that another prisoner witnessed Baltimore riot inspiration drug dealer Freddie Gray “intentionally trying to injure himself” in police custody.
A website called The Fourth Estate caused waves yesterday by alleging that Baltimore riot inspiration Freddie Gray had spinal surgery shortly before his arrest and subsequent death in police custody from spinal issues.
A site called Fourth Estate is reporting that “sources” say Baltimore riot inspiration Freddie Gray had spinal surgery just one week before his arrest and subsequent death in police custody from spinal injuries, but documentation they provide as evidence appears to already have been debunked as unrelated.