Samsung seeks arbitration against Sharp and other LCD panel makers over supply halt

Samsung Electronics has filed a request for international arbitration against Sharp and two other LCD panel makers over supply panel halt, The Korea Herald reported Friday.
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Matchmaker suggests Black women consider dating bisexual men


Matchmaker Shae Primus suggests Black women stop excluding options in finding love

Shae Primus is a certified matchmaker based in Atlanta. Her company, Middleclass Matchmaker seeks to connect middle-class professionals going through life sans a partner.

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T.I. promotes anti-inauguration march in Atlanta

#WeThePeopleATL, a new trans-partisan movement that includes individuals of all colors, races and creeds will converge in downtown Atlanta on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, during an anti-inauguration march protesting the swearing-in of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. Students from Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Spelman College, Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, North Atlanta High School, Grady High School, and the University of Georgia are part of the mobilized efforts.

Protesters will convene at Centennial Park at 10:30 a.m. and march throughout downtown.

“#WeThePeopleATL local movement leaders believe the United States is a country in distress. They aim to harness the anger since the election and transform it into driving social, political and economic justice. The movement will speak to the anxiety that young people feel since the election of Trump — a person that many believe is a super predator,” says an organizer.


Spike Lee Says He will not use Chrisette Michele’s Music in His Netflix Series

Spike Lee is added to the long list of people disappointed in Chrisette Michele’s decision to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration. The director took his feelings to Instagram and voiced that he would no longer be using her music in his latest Netflix project. “Good Morning Folks. I Wuz Sorry To Read That “Sistuh Girl” Is Singin’ At DT’s Inauguration (And To Use His Fav Word-SAD).” He wrote, “I Wuz Thinkin’ ’bout Using Chrisette’s Song- BLACK GIRL MAGIC In My Netflix Series SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT…. NOT ANYMORE. And Dat’s Da Truth, Ruth.”


inauguration protest at Trump’s Manhattan hotel

Thousands of New Yorkers — as well as a healthy contingent of entertainment industry names including Julianne Moore, Robert DeNiro, Alec Baldwin and Sally Field — gathered on Manhattan’s Upper West Side Thursday night, turning up for a political protest organized by Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo and Fisher Stevens on the eve of the inauguration of incoming president Donald Trump.
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Commentator to Be Arrested Because he is Critical of Obama

Dinesh-DSouza-300x210 ObamaEver wondered if Obama has ever placed someone in jail because he didn’t like him? Yup, he did.

What’s Obama’s beef against filmmaker and author Dinesh D’Souza?

1) He’s conservative

2) He’s outspoken

3) He’s donated money to the 2012 Senate campaign (over $20,000 worth)

4) In Obama’s eyes, that’s too much money

5) D’Souza has been critical of Obama in his books and films.

6) That makes Obama mad.

Obama’s indictment of D’Souza claims that he used straw donors for his campaign donations, and misreported it. Obama doesn’t like that.

Gerald Molen, the director of D’Souza’s film 2016: Obama’s America, believes the indictment is politically motivated.

“When American citizens begin to suspect that people are being arrested for alleged minor violations because of their vocal dissent against their elected representatives or rulers, it breeds disrespect and contempt for the law and suspicion of those officials,” he told the Reporter.

Molen calls this a “minor violation,” and compares it to the IRS’s harassment of Republicans and tea party groups.

“In light of the recent events and the way the IRS has been used to stifle dissent, this arrest should send shivers down the spines of all freedom-loving Americans,” he said.

It really is true that we have become an America full of criminals; all because we wear the badge titled ‘Republican’ or ‘Conservative.’ Or ‘tea party group.’
Michael Moore made films during the Bush administration, and Bush never indicted him. Double standard? Indeed!

Man Faces Felony Charges After Police Search His Instagram


In today’s episode of “People Sure Like to Post Their Criminal Activity on the Internets,” we have 19-year-old Depree Johnson, of South Florida, who was charged with 142 felony accounts after his Instagram page caught the attention of local authorities.

According to Yahoo, Johnson already had a rap sheet that included grand theft, burglary, and felony possession of a firearm but he still posted incriminating photos of himself flaunting cash, jewelry, drugs and weapons on the social networking site.

A local sheriff spotted his page and called for a search warrant.  Police found $250,000 in loot including illegal guns and ammo, and Johnson was eventually named the ringleader in a string of 30 to 40 burglaries in Palm Beach-area senior centers.

Johnson has been charged with 142 counts of being a felon in possession of a weapon or ammo.

Officers also arrested four other people alleged to be working with Johnson.