We are now in the vortex of a major sexual epidemic, writes Lasha Darkmoon. Are they putting something in the drinking water?
This should have been headline news but was barely given any coverage
Journalist goes undercover as Syrian refugee in Germany and finds that few of his fellow refugees intend on being peacefully assimilated
Busted Poverty Warrior Maxine Waters’ Plush $4.5 Million LA Mansion: Indoor Swimming Pool; Outdoor Gates & Walls
How did this champion of the poor obtain such expensive properties?
This is no empty threat. Iran could well level large parts of Tel Aviv using non-nuclear missiles alone
We now have another school shooting with as many holes in it as the false flags at Sandy Hook, Aurora Colorado and Las Vegas
Jill Stein has accused the DNC and Hillary Clinton of rigging the 2016 election, claiming the Democrats were the real ‘meddlers’ in American democracy. Speaking with MSNBC over the weekend, the 2016 Green Party candidate […]
President Trump has slammed Oprah Winfrey – saying he hopes she runs for President in 2020 so that everyone can see what a racist she really is. Oprah Winfrey caused controversy earlier this month after […]
Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at rates far higher than their white counterparts. This modern-day redlining persisted in 61 metro areas even when controlling for applicants’ income, loan amount and neighborhood, according to millions of … records analyzed by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting. Lenders and their trade organizations do not dispute the fact that they turn away people of color at rates far greater than whites, [and] singled out the three-digit credit score … as especially important in lending decisions. Reveal’s analysis included all records publicly available under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. Credit score was not included because that information is not publicly available. That’s because lenders have deflected attempts to force them to report that data to the government. America’s largest bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co., has argued that the data should remain closed off even to academics. At the same time, studies have found proprietary credit score algorithms to have a discriminatory impact on borrowers of color. The “decades-old credit scoring model” currently used “does not take into account consumer data on … bill payments,” Republican Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina wrote in August. “This exclusion disproportionately hurts African-Americans, Latinos, and young people who are otherwise creditworthy.”