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George Zimmerman is a perfect example of what is wrong in America. A wanna be “White” skin-head racist who decided to be a “hero”, and went on the pursuit of an innocent boy that was walking down the sidewalk, returning home from the store minding his own business, only to be targeted and shot and killed. The evidence to convict George Zimmerman was available, but in my opinion the lame prosecutors failed to put a cohesive case in front of the jurors, and by failing to do so, it gave the jurors a way to find Zimmerman not guilty; particularly the jurors that were leaning towards the defense. Zimmerman might not be so “lucky” next time around. If Eric Holder has his way and the law supports it, justice will be served on the Federal level. George Zimmerman will be the guest of honor… I cannot wait!
- 1313 days ago via site
Heads up! Live in Ohio or Pennsylvania & intent to vote, you must get State voter's ID, otherwise you can't vote.
- 1639 days ago via site
Sorry for the freeze-frame fright -- not edited by me, obviously! Please visit my ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-825242
- 1654 days ago via site
Halloween! My favorite time! I can't wait! I am looking so forward to it! Paz!
- 1941 days ago via site
Spiritualism joins the march against Wall Street greed. Lower Manhattan, new York
- 1952 days ago via site
Wall Street Protest Zuccotti Park, Lower Manhattan, New York
Painted Protest Woman
- 1954 days ago via site
Casey Anthony not guilty! Circumstantial evidence did not work for prosecutors. Reasonable doubt still lives in the system of justice in US ... what a great concept. To expect to put a defendant to death using evidence that does not hold up with the jurors is a travesty of law. Prosecutors better think long and hard before wasting court valuable resources bringing cases to court not supported by the evidence.
- 2056 days ago via site
Osama bin Laden could run and hide, but not forever... It took a "wimpy" Democrat “community organizer” to bring the most wanted terrorist to justice... Obama's in the house! In Bin Laden’s house! and in the White House.
After nearly 10 years on the lamb, and after all is said and done, it took a Democrat to finally get rid of Osama bin Landen forever... Not bad for a "community organizer." Republicans, coordinate this.
Not President Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney nor the rest of the incompetent Bush administration were able to achieve what President Obama accomplished in only two years of his presidency.
The President’s strength, and his resolution without hesitation, was demonstrated when he affirmed the mission that finally captured and killed the most wanted terrorist in the world..
Finally, the American people can begin to feel a sense of satisfaction, and peace.
I remember that during Obama's campaign for President he promised the American People that he would do whatever it took to find Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice. Yesterday, the President delivered what he promised.
President Obama can proudly fly the "Mission Accomplished" banner high and proud. The President's promise to get Osama was not a campaign slogan for votes as the "George Bush" so-called mission accomplished banner was... this Dem delivered! The most wanted terrorist in the world is now in the ocean as shark bait.
Birthers, Tea Baggers and the rest of the crazy, twisted unhappy people out there who were foaming at the mouth looking forward to knocking out Obama in 2012, I think their "get rid of Obama" dream just went up in smoke.
Let’s put it this way: the killing of Osama bin Laden is going to significantly change the political game plan for Republicans, Tea Baggers and Birthers… President Obama is in the house! … In the White House! For six more years! Peace!
- 2119 days ago via site
Anderson Cooper interview Eman al-Obeidy horrendous attack by Gadafi's rapists. Painful & gut wrenching! Free Eman now! She is not safe in Libya!
- 2148 days ago via site
Guards arrested Sarah Shourd, Shane Bauer & Joshua Fattal after “illegally” entering Iran’s territory. Judge Salawati is conducting the trial behind closed doors.
- 2198 days ago via site
I was driving on Highland when I hit the intersection Wilshire when I noticed a large group of people carrying signs and screaming their heads off with slogans of anger demanding freedom for their brothers and sisters in Egypt. I did not have my professional camera so I pulled out my iPhone. It was electrifying!
- 2211 days ago via site
Cry cry baby Boehner new Speaker of the House. America r u ready for gridlock & obstructionism? What's in the Rep's agenda? the Presidency. Jobs? Economy? Later with that! Is about power!
- 2237 days ago via site
Julie Taymor's version of 'The Tempest,' the main character is now a woman named Prospera. Going back to the 16th or 17th century, women practicing the magical arts of alchemy were often convicted of witchcraft. In Taymor's version, Prospera is usurped by her brother and sent off with her four-year daughter on a ship. She ends up on an island; it's a tabula rasa: no society, so the mother figure becomes a father figure to Miranda. This leads to the power struggle and balance between Caliban and Prospera; a struggle not about brawn, but about intellect. In Shakespeare's fantastical thriller the magician Prospero orchestrates spirits, monsters, a grief-stricken king, a wise old councilor, two treacherous brothers and a storm at sea into a fantastical conspiracy bringing banishment, sorcery and shipwreck into the lives of two hapless lovers to stir and seal their fate. Here Prospero takes female form as Prospera, giving her journey of vengeance and self-discovery a wholly new resonance. As Prospera breaks her magical staff against an entrancing volcanic landscape at the end of her heroic quest, this poignant story of love and forgiveness translates into a riveting and filmic mystical tale, for our own times.
- 2271 days ago via site