Re-posted from USA Today High School: Florida high school football team has long winning streak.
Re-posted from Dear Kitty. Some Blog. Anti-Nazi demonstration in Germany draws 5000.
From AFP news agency:
Sunday 30 August 2015 01.05 BST
Thousands of people took to the streets of the German city of Dresden on Saturday to send a message of welcome to refugees after a string of violent anti-migrant protests in the region.
Led by protesters holding a huge banner that read “Prevent the pogroms of tomorrow today”, the crowds marched peacefully through the eastern city under the watch of police in riot gear.
“Say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here,” they chanted.
Police said 1,000 people took part in the protest, which was called by the Anti-Nazi Alliance, while organisers put the numbers at 5,000.
Dresden is the stronghold of the anti-Islam Pegida movement, whose demonstrations drew up…
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Above is a part of MSNBC’s “Hardball” from July 22nd, 2015 where host Chris Matthews takes a look at a comment made by Senator Marco Rubio that Donald Trump and the President have “no class.”
Matthews seems to have a point in that the President did all those things that you’re “supposed to do” – work hard, get into good schools, and stay away from scandals and corruption.
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Here is a humorous MTV music news video from September 2nd, 1993… There is only audio.
Reuters reported that Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted last weekend in eastern Germany, blaming them on far-right extremists who were bent on spreading a “disgusting” message of hatred.
More than 30 police were injured in clashes in the town of Heidenau near Dresden in on Saturday, August 22nd. A mob of several hundred people, many of them drunk, began pelting officers with bottles and fireworks. Some of them shouted “Heil Hitler”.
Germany expects the number of asylum seekers to quadruple to about 800,000 this year, and has witnessed dozens of arson attacks on asylum shelters in recent months, writes Reuters.
VOX reports: “Neo-Nazi protests against a new refugee center in the small German town of Heidenau turned violent over the weekend. At least 31 police officers were injured in riots that broke out on Friday and continued over the weekend. Although the situation was calm on Monday, it is not yet clear whether police have gotten it completely under control.”
The violence in Heidenau, which continued on Saturday and Sunday nights, was unprecedented.
Sigmar Gabriel, vice chancellor and economy minister, traveled to the town of 16,000 on Monday, according to Reuters. He met with the mayor and speaking with local residents.
In other news, investigators are looking for two bike-riding teens who yelled “Heil Hitler” at a Jewish man before running over his foot in Brooklyn last week.
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According to MediaITE, Sarah Palin interviewed Donald Trump on Friday evening.
“Tonight on One America News Network, Sarah Palin interviewed Donald Trump. No, you aren’t dreaming. Yes, that actually happened,” writes MediaITE.
Palin and Trump talked about taxes, war veterans, and Univision talk show host Jorge Ramos.
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Re-blog from KTLA, Los Angeles.
He carefully choreographed the slaying of the two journalists for maximum shock value. And, judging from the items found in his car, he took equally meticulous steps to get away with it.
But a text message to a friend may have been Vester Lee Flanagan’s undoing.
A search warrant document that CNN obtained Thursday shows the lengths Flanagan went to avoid getting caught after gunning down reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward on live TV Wednesday.
Later, clues were found inside the rental car Flanagan used for his getaway, a Chevrolet Sonic.
Inside the subcompact four-door sedan — a far cry from his usual ride, a 2009 Ford Mustang — police found a wig, a black hat, a shawl, sunglasses and a to-do list…
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