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Facebook Loving Spanish Nun Sacked and Kicked Out of Convent (VIDEO)

Facebook Loving Spanish Nun Sacked and Kicked Out of Convent (VIDEO)

"Sor Internet" or “Sister Internet,” was the moniker given to María Jesús Galán, the Spanish nun who posted a message on her Facebook wall announcing she had been sacked from her Dominican Convent in Toledo, Spain. continue reading »

Mexican Director Guillermo Del Toro Set to Produce “Bad Seed” Version of Pinocchio

Mexican Director Guillermo Del Toro Set to Produce “Bad Seed” Version of Pinocchio

Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro has reportedly partnered with illustrator Gris Grimly and Aussie Music genius Nick Cave, to show a different take on the story of the wooden puppet who wants to be a real boy. continue reading »

New Mexico Fails to Repeal Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

New Mexico Fails to Repeal Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

The State in New Mexico failed to repeal a law that allows illegal immigrants to obtain state driver’s licenses. The Republican sponsored initiative continue reading »

Official List of Write In Candidates City Wide

For the benefit of all Chicago Citizens, here is the official list of names of people, candidates, running for office as WRITE IN candidates. Many were forced off the ballot by the corruption that exist in Chicago, in the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and with the current Aldermen. continue reading »

Kansas House Passes Bill to Repeal In-State Tuition to Illegal Immigrants

Kansas House Passes Bill to Repeal In-State Tuition to Illegal Immigrants

The Kansas House approved a bill repealing the Kansas law allowing illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at their colleges and universities. continue reading »

Farmers Worry About Proposed Immigration Legislation

Farmers Worry About Proposed Immigration Legislation

Farmers fear that if Georgia’s proposed immigration legislation comes into effect it will not only cost them time and money- it will put them out of business. continue reading »

UN Calls for Cheap Transfer Costs for Migrants Sending Money Home

UN Calls for Cheap Transfer Costs for Migrants Sending Money Home

The United Nations agency that promotes the integration of developing countries into the world economy is calling for cheaper ways for migrant workers to send money back home so as to maximize the economic impact. continue reading »

Lincoln Park Community Shelter Continues to Fight Homelessness in Chicago

Lincoln Park Community Shelter Continues to Fight Homelessness in Chicago

Lincoln Park Community Shelter (LPCS) continues it effort to fight homelessness in Chicago and is hosting its 4th annual Metamorphosis fundraiser on Friday, April 29, 2011 from 7 pm to midnight. continue reading »

Homeland Secretary Napolitano to Eulogize Slain ICE Agent Jaime Zapata

Tomorrow, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano will deliver remarks at the funeral of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent Jaime J. Zapata in Brownsville, continue reading »

POLL:  48% of Americans Side with Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

POLL:  48% of Americans Side with Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

A sizable number of voters are following new Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s showdown with unionized public employees in his state, and nearly half side with the governor. continue reading »

Strong Economic Rebound for Mexican Economy, 5.5% GDP in 2010

Strong Economic Rebound for Mexican Economy, 5.5% GDP in 2010

The improving U.S. economy has helped Mexico achieve a strong economic rebound in 2010. The gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 4.65% in the fourth quarter for continue reading »

Los Angeles Workshop Provides Immigrants With Answers and a Friendly Face

Los Angeles Workshop Provides Immigrants With Answers and a Friendly Face

Aimed at helping immigrants apply for citizenship, an information session was held a Los Angeles high school this weekend. Immigrants looking to begin the naturalization process were given the opportunity to ask questions and receive information at Panorama High School on Saturday. continue reading »

Did Ronaldo do the Bunga-Bunga too?

Did Ronaldo do the Bunga-Bunga too?

The teenager who is at the center of the under-age sex scandal of Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi said she also spent a paid night with Cristiano Ronaldo. continue reading »

YouTube Sensations P.S. 22 5th-Grade Chorus to Sing at the Oscars (VIDEOS)

YouTube Sensations P.S. 22 5th-Grade Chorus to Sing at the Oscars (VIDEOS)

The members of a Staten Island chorus has been given a dream opportunity. The 65-member group will be singing at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. In December, the 5th-grade chorus of Staten Island’s Graniteville P.S. 22 was informed by actress Anne Hathaway – co-host of the Oscars – that they would be performing at the star-studded event. continue reading »

Streetball legend “Escalade” Jackson Dies at Age 35

Streetball legend “Escalade” Jackson Dies at Age 35

35 year-old Troy “Escalade” Jackson has died unexpectedly in Los Angeles last night, while in town for the NBA All-Star Weekend. The cause of death is not known and an autopsy is expected. continue reading »