One of the leading forces in the Oklahoma case that demanded justice was the football team. Jut like Mizzou’s football squad, Oklahoma had several players with legal issues that were overlooked and quickly forgiven by administrators. Besides Missouri transfer Green-Beckham, other players had attacked female co-eds and were not expelled for those atrocious acts. In fact, they were given relatively lenient punishments by the school. (RELATED: Oklahoma: Tough On Racism, Weak On Assault, Burglary) … [Read more...] about Brace Yourself For Racial Activism In College Football
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And that’s not the only racial incident that appears more than a tad fishy. There’s also the matter of the now infamous poop swastika. In late October, a residence hall reported that a Nazi symbol made out of human waste was found in one of its bathrooms. The Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross reported Wednesday that this disgusting marker was seen by university police on the night in question. (RELATED: Here Is The Police Report From The Mizzou Poop Swastika Incident) … [Read more...] about Was Mizzou’s President Forced Out Over Wildly Exaggerated Claims?
Executions on the federal level have been rare, and the government has put to death only three defendants since restoring the federal death penalty in 1988 — most recently in 2003, when Louis Jones was executed for the 1995 kidnapping, rape and murder of a young female soldier. … [Read more...] about US carries out the 1st federal execution in nearly 2 decades
Cassini's top 10 discoveries about Saturn – 6. Radio-wave patterns shown not to be tied to Saturn's interior rotation as previously thought. Saturn emits radio waves known as Saturn Kilometric Radiation. A similar radio wave pattern was measured at Jupiter to deduce the length of that planet's day. However, it was discovered that the variation in radio waves controlled by the planet's rotation is different in the northern and southern hemispheres. The northern and southern rotational variations also appear to change with the Saturnian seasons and the hemispheres have actually swapped rates. Saturn's length of day is still not known. … [Read more...] about Signal received! Cassini probe shoots through Saturn’s rings
"Bill Clinton, didn't he pardon his brother [Roger Clinton]? Or his business partner?" Watters asked. "But this is the craziest thing: He pardoned the biggest tax cheat [financier Marc Rich] because his wife gave $1 million to the Clinton Foundation. Come on! A little perspective." … [Read more...] about Watters raps critics of Roger Stone commutation: ‘Bill Clinton, didn’t he pardon his brother?’