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We Have Not Yet Reached the Promised Land that Martin Luther King Saw from the Mountaintop

January 17, 2015

Over the years, Martin Luther King Jr.’s message has been whitewashed, boiled down to his dream that his children would be judged by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. Conservatives like Glen Beck like to…

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The U.S. Supreme Court Just Agreed To Decide On Nationwide Marriage Equality

January 16, 2015

The Supreme Court has stopped dodging the issue of same-sex marriage. The justices agreed to hear a case in April that will resolve its constitutionality.

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Riots Or Revelers? Thugs Or Kids? It’s As Simple As Black Or White

January 13, 2015

After Ohio State beat Oregon in the college football championship game, packs of criminals bent on destruction and general mayhem took to the streets of Columbus, Ohio, striking fear into residents and business owners in the area and disturbing their…

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Low Friends in High Places: The Prince, The Professor, The President and The Pedophile

January 7, 2015

It’s good to know people. Friends are invaluable guides through this rough-ass journey called life. You need people to lift you up, people to make you laugh, people to comfort your sorrows and most of all, you need people to…

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Federal Judge Halts Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Illegal Raids And Arrests Of Workers

January 6, 2015

Sheriff Joe Arpaio has received yet another setback in federal court to his scheme of continual harassment of undocumented workers. At issue were the 80 work-site raids Arpaio conducted since 2008 that resulted in the arrests of over 700 undocumented…

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Dershowitz Told Me To Be Embarrassed, Now He’s Accused Of Sex With A Minor

January 5, 2015

In October, 2013, as the Republican shutdown of the government ground on, I launched a petition to arrest Republican Congressional leadership for seditious conspiracy. What the petition called for sounded radical to many, but the shutdown, funded by billionaires through…

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The NYPD’s Going ‘Full Hippie’ — So Who’s Bringing the Weed?!

January 3, 2015

Protesters are nothing but dirty hippies; that’s the first knock, right? When people take to the streets, that most clever of dismissive slurs often gets slung around just before the following pejoratives come out of the Fox News woodwork: lazy,…

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Clash of Rebellions: NY Protesters, Police in Historic Struggle to Define Urban Liberty vs. Security

January 2, 2015

Escalating tension in New York City since the choking death of Eric Garner and the deranged revenge killings of officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos has solidified into two camps–#BlackLivesMatter protesters and NYPD–both rebelling against what they see as unreasonable…

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NYPD’s Youngest Officers Already Drunk On Whine

January 1, 2015

The NYPD kicked and screamed when NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio took away their stop-and-frisk. Police Benevolent Association leader Pat Lynch threw a tantrum when de Blasio mentioned he (wisely) has had talks with his biracial son about how to…

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Family Members of Idaho Woman Killed By Toddler Say She Was Acting Responsibly (VIDEO)

December 31, 2014

As we reported yesterday, young mother Veronica Rutledge was fatally shot by her 2 year old son inside an Idaho Wal-Mart. It was a terrible, tragic, improbable event that was entirely preventable. But at least two family members claim that…

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