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Texas judge dies in courthouse of suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound

A judge in Corpus Christie was found shot to death in his courthouse chambers on Monday evening, in what some initial reports are speculating was a suicide. The body of State District Judge Tom Greenwell (R) was found in his office by a cleaning crew around 7 p.m., according to…

Robertson defends Zimmerman: Trayvon was ‘African-American’ and ‘wearing these hoods’

Televangelist Pat Robertson this week defended former neighborhood watchmen George Zimmerman after his acquittal for murder, saying that he was right to follow the “fully-formed young African-American male” because other criminals had been seen “wearing these hoods.” On Monday’s episode of The 700 Club, Robertson complained that the media had…

Crew blows up oil-fired power plant in Florida

This morning in Fort Lauderdale, the theme was goodbye smokestacks and hello cleaner air as crews demolished, in spectacular manner, an oil-fired power plant built in the 1960s. The facility set to replace the massive smokestacks of the Port Everglades power plant will run on natural gas, which burns off…

Family drove dead woman around Arizona in van with 35 animals

Police in Phoenix are investigating why the family of a woman drove her body around Arizona in a van full of animals and bugs. According to KSAZ, Phoenix Police found 12 dogs, 22 cats, 1 pigeon and cockroaches inside of a van with the body of Lola Mae Stout. The…

George Zimmerman’s brother thinks Obama ‘tapped’ his phones

Robert Zimmerman says that his family has not spoken to his brother, George Zimmerman, since he was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin because President Barack Obama’s administration may be listening to their phone calls. In an Tuesday interview on Fox News, Robert Zimmerman said that George Zimmerman’s parents…

Bachmann aide busted for stealing ‘birthday money’ from Capitol Hill

An aide to Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) is out of a job and facing second-degree misdemeanor theft charges after a sting operation caught him allegedly stealing cash from the congresswoman’s office. WRC reported that U.S. Capitol Police arrested 37-year-old Javier Sanchez on July 11 for two thefts in February and…

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly: Those upset by Zimmerman verdict ‘simply hate America’

Think the U.S. justice system treats African Americans unfairly? Then you “simply hate America” or suffer a “victim mentality,” according to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly. After highlighting some of the violence that occurred after George Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder, the Fox News host said Monday…

Juror B37: George Zimmerman guilty of using bad judgment

Juror B37 spoke with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday night, insisting that George Zimmerman had good intentions but used poor judgment. “I think George Zimmerman is a man whose heart is in the right place but just got displaced by the vandalism in the neighborhoods and wanting to catch these…

Another trial involving a Florida man who fatally shot an unarmed black teen

CNN’s Ryan Smith on Monday highlighted an upcoming trial in Florida that is eerily similar to the Trayvon Martin case. In both cases, an unarmed 17-year-old black male was left dead. “I’m not an eye for an eye type person where I think he should be killed,” Ron Davis, the…

Rep. Steve King blasts ‘undocumented Democrats’ in anti-immigration reform speech

Representative Steve King (R-IA) on Monday accused the Democratic Party of pursuing comprehensive immigration reform solely to obtain votes. King explained at a rally in Washington, D.C. that his ancestors were abolitionists and his great great grandfather had died fighting in the U.S. civil war. He said his ancestors and…

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