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This Explains Everything — Grammar Study Reveals Trump Campaigning At Fifth Grade Level

March 18, 2016

Grammar Study Has Trump Campaigning To Fifth Graders Are Trump voters smarter than a fifth grader? Perhaps, but a recent study has Trump campaigning to his followers as if they have yet to finish middle school. According to the Washington…

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January 28, 2016

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Fox Host Suggests Obama Used Onion To Produce Tears Over Gun Violence (VIDEO)

January 6, 2016

Fox News Host Andrea Tantaros made an outrageous suggestion, even for Fox News standards, in response to President Obama’s announcement of his executive actions being taken on gun violence. President Obama was introduced by Mark Barden, the father of a Sandy Hook…

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Donald Trump’s Hateful Rhetoric Ensures He’ll Never Be President — And Here’s Why

December 10, 2015

Donald Trump never had a chance of winning the presidency — and it’s time we do each other the courtesy of stop pretending otherwise. While it’s true that the Donald Trump Anti-Islam rhetoric continues his path towards “offending anyone and…

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Russian Bombers Now A Common Sight Near US And Allies

October 30, 2015

The USS Ronald Reagan, a super-carrier currently operating in the Sea of Japan, had a surprise visitor drop in on it this past Tuesday. A Russian Tu-145 bomber entered its airspace, passing by a mile away while flying only 500′…

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Medicaid Expansion ‘The Rising Tide That Lifts All Boats’, But Not In All States

October 20, 2015

Republican States Are Thumbing Their Noses At Medicaid Expansion, Even As Complying States Reap The Benefits Before The Affordable Care Act (ACA) aka “Obamacare” became the law of the land in March 2010, able-bodied adults without children were ineligible for…

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NAACP Chairman Julian Bond Dies At 75: A Look At His Life And Legacy

August 18, 2015

Bond becomes Chairman of the NAACP After teaching for a little over decade, Bond became chairman of the NAACP in 1998. When George W. Bush became President in 2001, he was extremely critical of the Administration, saying: [GWB] had his picture…

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NAACP Chairman Julian Bond Dies At 75: A Look At His Life And Legacy

August 18, 2015

Founding Father of The Southern Poverty Law Center Morris Dee and Joseph J. Levin Jr.  along with Bond formed the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in 1971. Bond served as its President until 1979, but remained an emeritus member on the SPLC’s Board…

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Meet Four New Yorkers Who Deserve a $15 Minimum Wage

July 30, 2015

(continued…) Jessica’s experiences are far from unique. In researching this article, I spoke with more than a dozen New York State residents who earn less than $15 per hour. Most of them agreed that fast food workers should get a…

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6 Outrageous Times Fox News Blamed Black Victims

July 26, 2015

(back…) [contentblock id=7 img=gcb.png] Bottom line: Fox News is a right wing racist network, and they broadcast more and more proof of that every day. HT: mediamattersforamerica.tumblr.com

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