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Hezbollah Conducted a Criminal Enterprise With Little DOJ Interference

Hezbollah Conducted a Criminal Enterprise With Little DOJ Interference

The Department of Justice under the direction of former President Barack Obama failed to disrupt the drug trafficking operations of Hezbollah, according to Politico journalist Josh Meyer. Meyer reported that the Obama administration wanted to reach an agreement with Iran. The transaction with the Mullahs was the reason for blocking the DEA from stopping Hezbollah’s […]

Man Making a Difference Visits North Lawndale

Man Making a Difference Visits North Lawndale

Man Making A Difference, also known as MMAD is a non-profit organization located in Chicago’s North Lawndale Neighborhood on 15th in Holman. This organization is structured around Men serving as representation for their families and the community to show that not-so positive lives can be turned  into positive lives.  These Men,and also founders of the […]

Trump Administration Censors CDC?

Trump Administration Censors CDC?

The Trump Administration has been accused of censoring the CDC by prohibiting the use of seven words and phrases from documentation being prepared for the 2019 budget, according to The Washington Post. Policy analysts for the CDC were given the list on Oct. 14, 2017, during a meeting with senior officials who oversee the CDC […]

Pentagon Admits to UFO Research

Pentagon Admits to UFO Research

Buried in the $600 billion Defense Department budget was $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. It was not easy to find, but the New York Times discovered the expense. The mysterious program that people and movies speculated about does exist and it investigates Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO). The program was run […]

The Investigation Into Kenneka Jenkins’ Death Is Closed, Now What?

The Investigation Into Kenneka Jenkins’ Death Is Closed, Now What?

On Oct. 23, 2017, the Chicago Police Department announced the investigation into Kenneka Jenkins’ death was closed. They determined that her death was accidental and there is no evidence to suggest otherwise. The police investigation included 135 reports and 44 interviews. Several hours of video surveillance videos were analyzed, five photo line-ups were conducted, four […]

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