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November 25, 2011

Amare Stoudemire Buys Expensive New Home Despite NBA Lockout

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    Amare Stoudemire is not feeling the ill effects of the NBA lockout — TMZ has learned the New York Knicks star just plunked down $3.7 million on a new house! According to property records, Amare picked up the new home in Southwest Ranches, FL last month. The 14,555 square foot home sits on a 2.35 acre lot, features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a nine-car garage. And don’t…

Wal-Mart Patron Pepper Sprays Other Customers to Get to Shopping Deals First

Wal-Mart Patron Pepper Sprays Other Customers to Get to Shopping Deals First

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    Over twenty people were pepper sprayed at a San Fernando Valley store, including children.  The customers were also sprayed with mace in a situation that officers describe as a “competitive shopping” incident. via Wal-Mart Patron Pepper Sprays Other Customers to Get to Shopping Deals First | What The Ha-yell!.

Good News! President Obama No Longer the Underdog for the 2012 Election

Good News! President Obama No Longer the Underdog for the 2012 Election

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    Your Black World reportsStarting last September, President Obama had become the underdog for the next presidential election.  After being the front-runner for most of his term, a poor economy and stalled budget negotiations led to the public losing confidence in his ability to lead. via Your Black Politics: Good News! Presiden Obama No Longer the Underdog for the 2012 Election.

Team Obama’s 2012 Campaign Jersey

Team Obama’s 2012 Campaign Jersey

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Obama 2012 Campaign Has A Cooler Jersey Than Most NBA Teams….    Get Yours Here.

Obama Pardons Woman Sentenced to 22-Year Sentence for Crack Cocaine Conviction

Obama Pardons Woman Sentenced to 22-Year Sentence for Crack Cocaine Conviction

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On Monday the White House announced that President Barack Obama has granted pardons to five individuals, including one woman who was sentenced to over two decades in prison for a crack cocaine conviction. She’ll be released next month, before her prison term is halfway finished. Eugenia Marie Jennings of Alton, Ill., was convicted in 2001 for possession with intent to distribute 13.9 grams of crack. She had just turned 23…