Archive | April 12, 2012

Trayvon Martin Shooter Appear In Court, to remain in jail (video)

The affadavit filed Wednesday by prosecutors to establish probable cause of second-degree murder in the Trayvon Martin case has been released by the court. In it, prosecutors claim that George Zimmerman profiled Martin on Feb. 26, and during his call to the police dispatcher “made reference to people he felt had committed and gotten away […]

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BIG Changes Coming This Weekend to Bank of America Short Sale process

Good News for buyers and some sellers as Bank of America is set to roll out a new short sale process and documents designed to drastically reduce the short sale approval process to 20 days. The changes are so extensive that the Equator platform will be down for 10-12 hours during the overnight hours starting […]

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War on Women: Mitt Romney Campaign Vague on Ledbetter Act (video)

By Wond J On the first day of the Romney national campaign trying to fix their enormous deficit among women voters, they make things far more worse. The Romney campaign schedule a press conference on women but refuse to say if Mitt Romney opposes or support the Lilly Ledbetter Act which provide equal pay for […]

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Crazy Talk: Allen West Says Up To 81 House Members Are Communists (video)

By Wonda J More and more Republicans are getting embroiled deeper into the far right crazy world and Florida Republican Congressman, Allen West, remain one of the chief culprit.  Joe McCarthy is no longer rooting out alleged soviet-supporters in the Legislature and the country is not entangled in the Cold War, but don’t tell Rep. Allen West. The Florida […]

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George Zimmerman Charged with Murder in the Second-Degree (video)

George Zimmerman is in custody in Florida and will be charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, authorities announced Wednesday. His attorney said he would plead not guilty. “We did not come to this decision lightly,” Angela Corey, the special prosecutor appointed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to re-examine the case, […]

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