Actor Gary Coleman dies of brain hemorrhage
May 29, 2010
Diminutive former child actor Gary Coleman, known to millions as the star of hit sitcom Diff’rent Strokes, died Friday after suffering a brain hemorrhage, U.S. media reported.
Freemason Presidents in Africa: Ali Bongo ordained Grand Master of Gabon
The grand master of the National Grand Lodge of France (GLNF) installed Ali Bongo as the head of Gabonese Freemasonry, a couple of weeks ago. The title was, until June this year, held by the former President Omar Bongo. About one thousand influential politicians practice freemasonry in Gabon. Just like his father, Ali Bongo is expected to mobilize the Masonic network in order to establish his legitimacy and authority in Gabon and the world.
Christopher Coke, Edward Seaga, CIA and the trouble in Jamaica
Although, Christopher “Dudus” Coke is described by the US justice department as one of the most dangerous drug lords in the world, he is a folk hero who rose from the poorer neighbourhoods of Tivoli Gardens, to become a benefactor and protector of the masses.
America Must Wean Law Enforcement From Their Marijuana Arrest Addiction
Used as medicine for over 4,500 years, the DEA’s own Chief Administrative Law Judge, Francis L. Young ruled: “Marijuana, in its natural form, is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man…” Without even holding a hearing, and over the objections of the American Medical Association, all uses of cannabis were outlawed by Congress in 1937. Since California’s passage of Prop 215 in 1996, 14 states have now taken back their medical marijuana rights from the Feds.