A.J. Delgado

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Why Netanyahu Was Probably Right To Skip Mandela's Memorial

A significant amount of criticism has been leveled at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, over his decision to skip Nelson Mandela's funeral this Tuesday in Johannesburg. Israeli President Shimon Peres, age 90, will also not attend -- according to his aides, doctors advised him not to make the trip.  Dec 9, 2013 4:24 PM PT

Police Officer Under Fire For Raising Voice At Immigration Activists

This week, a group of immigration activists (including children) stormed Capitol Hill, a practice that has become common by those seeking immigration reform. With cameras in tow, wearing T-shirts that read: "Keep My Family Together," the activists were singing and chanting in unison.  Dec 6, 2013 10:24 AM PT

N.J. 'Receipt-Hoax' Gay Waitress May Have Kept Donations

A new, disturbing twist has arrived in the saga of Dayna Morales, the gay New Jersey waitress who claimed a family stiffed her on a tip and instead left a nasty, anti-gay note on the receipt. Morales's story soon unraveled when the diners in question came forward, denying they ever left any message and, moreover, providing proof that they left a healthy tip. Individuals from Morales's past have also come forward, claiming the woman has a history of lying. Now, Morales's original claims are unraveling even further. Dec 6, 2013 7:23 AM PT

No, A Boy Wasn't Tasered For Breaking Up A School Fight

This morning, a Tweet by Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) caught my eye, reading: "17-year-old boy in coma, fighting for life after Texas cop tasered him for breaking up a school fight." Shocked, I clicked on the link provided in the Tweet, leading me to a story on a site called Alternet.com. The headline read the same: "17-Year-Old Boy in Coma, Fighting for Life After Texas Cop Tasered Him For Breaking Up a School Fight."  Nov 30, 2013 7:02 AM PT

Yes, Walmart DOES Pay A Living Wage

All this talk of Wal-Mart not paying its employees a 'living wage,' caused me to do that oft-overlooked burdensome task of… a quick Google search.  Nov 29, 2013 1:03 PM PT

Gay N.J. Waitress Has A History Of Lying, According To New Report

Earlier this week, the story of Dayna Morales, a gay N.J. waitress who claimed she was stiffed on a tip and instead received a nasty note regarding her sexual orientation, unraveled. The family to whom the receipt pertained came forward, showing their own copy of the receipt (and credit card statement) proves they did, in fact, leave a tip and vehemently denying they would ever leave such a note (see here for further details).  Nov 28, 2013 6:08 AM PT


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