Former NFL cornerback Aeneas Williams snapped into action Tuesday by repairing storefronts damaged by rioters the night before in Ferguson, Missouri.
Many Americans recall the verse “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free” inscribed on the base of the Statue of Library, and written by poet Emma Lazarus in “A New Colossus,” her poem of 1883. Eight-out-of-10 Americans say these sentiments applied in the past, notes a YouGov poll released Monday. Do we still believe these words today? Well, not particularly.
Islamists watching the Ferguson fury from overseas say it only proves one thing: America could benefit from the implementation of Shariah law.
A Georgetown University student who was mugged at gunpoint refused to condemn his assailants because to do so from his “perch of privilege” would be unfair.
Princeton University professor Cornel West mocked fellow civil rights activist Al Sharpton on Monday, accusing him of always wanting to be the center of attention on issues that affect the black community.
Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has been suspended without pay for one month and must undergo sensitivity training for authoring a Christian book in 2013 that described homosexuality as a “sexual perversion.”
A Virginia homeowner has outraged his community after flying a Nazi flag outside of his home in protest of President Obama’s executive action on immigration reform.