Riots and protests in Baltimore should surprise no one: When Freddie Grey was arrested by Baltimore police two weeks ago for no lawful reason and then died of a broken neck and crushed windpipe sustained while in police custody, and no one was charged with a crime, the tone deaf leadership of Baltimore’s government ought to have anticipated the public reaction.
Monday in Baltimore, seven police officers were injured with one reportedly “unresponsive.” Looting is occurred in broad daylight with cars being torched and bottles, rocks and other large objects being hurled at officers at close range.
Eric Holder is now the former attorney general of the United States. Which invites the question: what will his legacy be as America’s top law enforcement officer?
I had a quarter-life crisis at 25. I was racked with anxiety, filled with fear, and totally confused about what I was going to do with my life.
The sun is just beginning to rise again over a leveled landscape in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, revealing scores of huddled bodies. Some are dead, and others are not, but all of their lives have been destroyed.
The tragic disaster in the Mediterranean Sea that killed an estimated 800 boat people fleeing from their countries has rightly moved the world community to focus on what can be done to protect vulnerable refugees trying to escape conflicts. International leaders owe it to the victims of this heart-breaking catastrophe to fix the problems, not just react to the side effects.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has been going politically bankrupt for a long time, and now faces the prospect of sudden collapse.
The owners of an Oregon bakery have learned Friday there is a severe price to pay for following the beliefs of their Christian faith.
It’s the beginning of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and already she is being hoisted with her own petard. She is injuring herself with the very devices that she and her supporters use to injure others: words.
Hillary Clinton is in the news but for the wrong reasons. We’re now almost at the close of the second week of Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president and we have yet to hear anything but talk of scandals.