Author: Frank Kineavy

California's Female Legislative Community Says 'Enough'

Although California touts itself as one of the most progressive states in the United States, female leaders in the state’s political world want it to be known that sexual harassment is not limited to the entertainment industry. In a letter penned by more than 140 California female legislators, aides and…

Man Awaits Fate for Deadly Immigration Smuggling

Florida resident James M. Bradley Jr. has pleaded guilty to a July attempt of smuggling immigrants into the country, leaving 10 people dead, via the Texas-Mexico Border. In three months, Bradley, 61, will be handed his fate — a fate that could carry a lifetime prison sentence, after changing his…

Trump Speaks at Event Hosted by Hate Group

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), President Donald Trump spoke to a hate group last week — and he was a hit. The Family Research Council, which is on the SPLC hate group list, invited the 45th president to speak at the Values Voter Summit, an annual socially…

Dems Make Sure Trump Crosses T's on Transgender Ban

Dems are calling what they think is a bluff in the political poker game that is Donald Trump’s transgender military ban. Not long after the 45th President announced via Twitter, this after allegedly consulting with military personnel, that he plans to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military, over…

The Portrayal of Autistic Individuals on TV

The volume of exposure autism spectrum disorder, or autism, has gained in the years since Dustin Hoffman introduced it to mainstream America in his 1988 depiction of Raymond Babbitt in “Rain Man” has multiplied exponentially. But activists for this disorder, which affects more than 3.5 million Americans, are still waiting…

NYPD Officer Returns Serve and Sues Former Tennis Star James Blake

Two years ago, former tennis star James Blake was mistaken for a suspect in an NYPD fraud investigation and tackled and handcuffed by an NYPD plainclothes officer. Now, after the release of Blake’s book “Ways of Grace,” where he speaks openly about the incident, the officer, James Frascatore, is defending…

Creative Spirit May Boost Jobs for People with Disabilities

Currently eighty-five percent of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities are unemployed in the United States. Leaders in the advertising industry are channeling an effort based across the globe to tackle this challenge. Creative Spirit is an Australia-based non-profit that was created with the goal of bringing people with disabilities…

Let People Vote Campaigns Kicks Off

There have been fears circulating within liberal America that the Republicans are trying to impede their path to public office by putting red tape on some people’s right to vote. This began after the Tea Party movement halfway through former President Barack Obama’s first term in office. After the midterm…