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Another Bombing in Iraq…Over 127 Killed And Hundreds Wounded

December 8, 2009

From Baghdad comes a sobering report that a coordinated series of attacks in Baghdad killed more than 127 people and wounded hundreds on Tuesday. Five separate attacks created the worst wave of violence to strike the Iraqi capital in more than a month. It is the third time in four months that a coordinated wave of bombers has defeated Baghdad’s […]

LA Laker Star Ron Artest And His Sister Under Investigation For Welfare Fraud

November 27, 2009

Controversial Los Angeles Laker star Ron Artest is caught up in an investigation of welfare fraud against his sister Latoya Holmes-Ivey. Police and housing authorities raided the home Latoya Holmes-Ivey and her three children rent at 336 E. Burgess Ave. Wednesday morning. Holmes-Ivey is suspected of receiving federal housing assistance, as well as other social services, […]

Chris Brown Makes statement about Rhianna’s recent revelations about beating

November 6, 2009

[picapp src=”2/5/c/9/Chris_Brown_shovels_8463.jpg?adImageId=7169474&imageId=6544787″ width=”380″ height=”406″ /] MTV is reporting that women beater Chris Brown has released a statement about how he feels about Rhianna’s revelations about the specifics of her beating she received from him, and in a nutshell he expresses that he wishes that they remain private. I bet he does, because they are reprehensible…. Here […]

Ladies…who do you like better-Tony Parker or Evan Ross?….

October 26, 2009

[picapp src=”3/2/5/0/Evan_Ross_son_af48.jpg?adImageId=6676939&imageId=4929938″ width=”500″ height=”750″ /] The editors at  Jerrybrice’s Blog,would like to know…Which one of these celebrities do you like better…actor Evan Ross, son of Diana Ross, or NBA basketball star, and husband to actress Eva Longoria Parker, Tony Parker? Write a comment on your choice, and let us know who you prefer.I think both the […]

The Mistreatment of Muslims in America

October 21, 2009

[picapp src=”a/2/7/9/Muslims_Hold_Day_09f1.jpg?adImageId=6283751&imageId=6618457″ width=”234″ height=”333″ /] Since September 11,2001, there have been thousands of incidents—ranging from threats and vandalism to murder—toward Muslims or the 1,209 known mosques in America, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Washington, D.C.-based organization that tracks civil rights and political issues for Muslims in the United States.  CAIR activists believe American […]