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Eric Morales

Citizen based in Philadelphia, PA, United States, United States. Joined on Apr 4, 2012
Expertise in Politics, Government, Sexual health, Religion



Op-Ed: Judging Donald Trump by the company he keeps

An old English proverb says a man is judged by the company he keeps — some Trump supporters might begin to hope that's not true.

Video: Indiana Pacer's Paul George suffers horrific broken leg

Las Vegas - The season of Indiana Pacer Paul George is almost certainly over while the future of USA's National Team in the FIBA World Cup is in doubt.

Women strip their clothes on Facebook to show support for IDF

Tel Aviv - A Facebook page is giving new meaning to Gaza Strip as Israeli women post nearly naked photos of themselves to boost the morale of their fighting men.

Ben Stein begged for nude photos in texts says former escort

A former escort revealed racy text messages from commentator Ben Stein, where he asked for sexy photos of the pregnant 24-year-old.

Israeli soldier missing in Gaza as deadly bombing continues

Gaza - After an Israeli soldier is confirmed missing by the IDF the bombardment of Gaza continues as a church is struck by Israel.

War in Gaza may widen as Netanyahu apologizes for civilian deaths

Gaza - One Israeli soldier has been killed, and 20 Palestinians are dead as the Israeli invasion of the Gaza Strip enters its second day.

5-month-old Palestinian dead after first day of Israeli invasion

Gaza - A day into the ground war of Operation Protective Edge and the death toll in Gaza continues to rise as Israel seeks to deliver a punishing blow to Hamas.

Watchdog group alleges Pope Francis covered up sex abuse

Buenos Aires - Pope Francis is accused of looking the other way when sex abuse occurred while he was still the Archbishop of Buenos Aires.

KKK increasing recruitment efforts in several states

Montgomery - Residents in Tallahassee were horrified when they woke up to leaflets left on their property overnight by a faction of the Ku Klux Klan.

Vatican officially recognizes group of Catholic exorcists

Rome - An international organization of Catholic priests that perform exorcisms worldwide have gotten the Vatican's stamp of approval.

Women sleeping with priests urge Pope to lift marriage ban

Rome - A renewed light has shone on the issue of celibacy within the Catholic Church as Pope Francis receives a letter urging him to allow priests to have sex and marry.

Op-Ed: After Sterling will NBA address the immorality of its players?

The NBA has taken the splinter that was Donald Sterling out of the collective eyes of its owners, but a log remains in the eyes of the players union.

Angels exists but they do not have wings Catholic Church says

Rome - Angelologist Father Lavotori says that the heavenly beings do exist, however he is risking ire by challenging the perception of what angels look like.

Bomb explodes on bus near Tel Aviv, alert passenger saves lives

Bat Yam - An explosive device left on board a bus in Israel could have caused significant casualties in the latest attack since Israel led a war in Gaza.

WWE's Batista set to return in time for Wrestlemania 30

Word has leaked that former World Wrestling Entertainment wrestler, Dave Bautista is set to return to the ring next year.

After cruel taunts actress Chelsee Healey has breast reduction

She vividly remembers being called a baby hippo and the utter humiliation after a wardrobe malfunction on live television, now the actress hopes a new look spells a new beginning.

17-year-old Colorado high school shooting victim dies of wounds

Littleton - Claire Davies, critically wounded and left comatose at the Centennial High School shooting, has died of her injuries hospital says.

Deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to face third trial

Cairo - Morsi along with members of Hamas and Hezbollah will face trial related to charges connected to a prison break in January of 2011.

A loyal friend delivers the gift of life after a tragic loss

Des Moines - A Iowa woman's baby is born by surrogacy just four months after her death from cancer, as hope is born out of a tragic loss.

Former E.R. doctor sentenced for raping, killing pregnant woman

Delaware - Delaware County prosecutors in Ohio contend a former emergency room doctor violated his oath when he murdered a woman and her unborn child.
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