Daily Archives: July 19, 2013

AP Cover Up : Zimmerman Was A Brave Advocate For Civil Rights

Last year the AP wrote this story about Zimmerman : ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — George Zimmerman accused the Sanford police department of corruption more than a year before he shot Trayvon Martin, saying at a public forum the agency covered … Continue reading

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Cleveland Man Stands His Ground – Saves His Fiancee

Cleveland man shoots intruder holding fiancée at gunpoint; Resident applauded by councilman Obama stated today that people like him should back off and avoid confrontation. They probably just wanted to rape and murder his fiancee, after all. h/t to Dave … Continue reading

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Obama Takes Racism To A New Level

Obama also suggested that the outcome of the case could have been different if Martin were white. “If a white male teen would have been involved in this scenario,” he said, “both the outcome and the aftermath might have been … Continue reading

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July Afternoon Temperatures Declining In The US

The five hottest July’s in the US were 1936, 1901, 1934, 1930 and 1931. During July, 1936 – US afternoon temperatures averaged 33.6C (92F) compared to 30.1C (86F) so far in July, 2013. The two coolest July’s occurred in 1992 … Continue reading

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The July, 1930 Heatwave In Maryland

From July 19 to July 29 1930, temperatures at Laurel, Maryland were over 100F eight times, including two days at 106F. Temperatures during the current heatwave are forecast to be more than ten degrees cooler than during the low CO2 … Continue reading

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July 18, 1934 – 112 Degrees In Nebraska

On July 18, 1934 every station but one in Nebraska was over 100F. Four were over 110F, twenty-three were over 105F, and Weeping Water reached 112F.

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Obama Says That Zimmerman Should Have Retreated Into The Sidewalk

The president used the highly personal comments to, in his words, put the angst in the black community in “context.” And he also appeared to give his support to Attorney General Eric Holder’s call earlier in the week for a … Continue reading

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