The US makes up less than 5% of the world’s population but has 31% of the world’s mass shooters.
Though mass shootings comprise a small amount of the country’s overall gun violence, they have become a target for politicians and interest groups who seek to prevent the multiple deaths of people often targeted at random.
Most recently gunmen targeted the Garlic Food Festival in Northern California on Sunday evening July 28 2019, killing 4 people including a 6 year old kid. Mass shootings originated over 20 years ago on April 20, 1999 in Columbine Colorado when a couple of Caucasian kids murdered innocent students at their High School. Since 1999 America roughly sees one mass shooting per day. In Las Vegas in October 2017, a wealthy caucasian gunman killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more. In June 2016, a gunman in Orlando, Florida, killed 49 people and wounded dozens more at a nightclub. There is only one way to stop people from being shot and murdered with GUNS. See below.
Bill Traylor is a self-taught artist born in Alabama in a 1854.
His life spanned slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow- he never lived to experience any civil rights or freedoms that white Americans were handed at that time. Read More
A Detroit man who served 45 years behind bars for a crime that he didn’t commit, is forced to sell his personal collection of artwork that he made in prison. Richard Phillips, 72, Read More
Rapper Kanye West met with President Trump at the White House for a free-wheeling discussion.
source: Fox News
Title / Domestic Gross in 2013 (in millions usd $$$)
- Iron Man 3 $409 m
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire $391 m
- Despicable Me 2 $367 m
- Man of Steel $291 m
- Monsters University $268 m
- Gravity $254 m
- Frozen (2013) $248 m
- Fast & Furious 6 $238 m
- Oz The Great and Powerful $234 m
- Star Trek Into Darkness $228 m
We are sure Ray Kroc wouldn’t approve of this.
Forbes released its 2013 list of the most miserable cities in the United States of America. Forbes cites Detroit’s high unemployment, violent crimes, shrinking population, and its financial crisis as reasons for giving the city the title.
Here are the United States’ 20 Most Miserable Cities of 2013:
Lake County, Illinois
New York City, New York
St. Louis, Missouri
Camden, New Jersey
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Poughkeepsie, New York