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Cheston Catalano is a Kentucky-based journalist whose work has been featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle. He is a long-time contributor to Liberaland.

Kerry Wins Arab States’ Support For Syria/Iraq Military Campaign

Arab states have signed up for a “coordinated military campaign” against ISIS, a campaign that will strike in both Iraq and Syria. After talks in Saudi Arabia’s summer capital Jeddah, Secretary of State John Kerry won backing from 10 Arab countries – Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and six Gulf states including rich rivalsSaudi Arabia and […]

There are almost 3000 cases of cancer among firefighters, police officers, contractors and civilians who tended to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. John Myers is one of those being denied coverage. A growing number are being diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer, but some — including Meyers — are being denied insurance coverage because […]

Conservative icon Ben Carson says if you want to understand Barack Obama, read Mein Kampf. In an interview with Newsmax host J.D. Hayworth today, Ben Carson said that if people want to know the truth about President Obama, they should simply “read ‘Mein Kampf’ and read the works of Vladimir Lenin.” “Mein Kampf,” of course, was […]

Louisiana Republican Senate candidate believes Harry Reid runs the Senate “like a plantation.” I guess that means we have slaves as senators. The Baton Rouge congressman, challenging Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu this fall, made the comment to the head of the Port of Terrebonne during a tour last week. Reid, a Nevada Democrat, “runs the […]

Georgia Senator Fran Millar is fighting a plan for Sunday voting because more blacks will go to the polls that way. Millar made the comments Tuesday morning on Facebook in response to news that Dekalb County would offer Sunday, Oct. 26, as an extra voting day at three different locations for working residents. Lee May, […]

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter will sign a bill into law that decriminalizes marijuana. Instead of jail time, offenders may get a  fine. Nutter wasn’t a fan of the bill in the past, but he told KYW Newsradio that he agreed to sign the bill — with a caveat — because he’s seen too many of […]

And they said it wouldn’t last! 90-year-old Alice “Nonie” Dubes and 91-year-old Vivian Doyack got married in Davenport, Iowa after 72 years together. Vivian wore pink, Nonie wore taupe, and the two held hands in their wheelchairs during the ceremony. According to the Quad City Times, Vivian and Nonie met in their hometown of Yale, […]

The Deputy LA City Attorney faces multiple charges of possessing and suspicion to distribute child pornography. Christopher Richard Garcia, 57, was arrested Thursday afternoon at his home in San Pedro and booked on suspicion of possessing and distributing child pornography, said Officer Liliana Preciado, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Police Department… The Caifornia State […]

Comedian and “Price is Right” host Drew Carey is offering the money to apprehend teens who forced a “horrendous” ice bucket challenge on an autistic boy. “WTF? Just saw this. Horrendous. These kids should be arrested and expelled,” Carey tweeted after reading a Cleveland.com report about a group of Bay Village High School students who […]

Shaq wants to be a reserve officer in Doral, Florida. O’Neal, who is 7 ft. 1 in., will now have to clear a background check, as well as pass Florida’s officer-certification exam, beforejoining the department in Doral, about 13 miles west of Miami. The test will assess the three-time All-Star Game MVP’s physical and psychological […]

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