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Numbers Don’t Lie: Trump’s White House is Stunningly Anti-Woman

July 14, 2017

July 13, 2017 by Kristin Miller Everyone is aware that the White House doesn’t have its first female occupant. Now it seems that it’s set to be even less female-friendly. A recent study found that the wage gap between men…

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Trump’s Tax Plan Is a Betrayal of the Very People Who Elected Him

July 12, 2017

Tax Policy Center Shows Trump is Breaking Campaign Promises Remember that bare-bones tax-cut proposal released by the Trump administration back in April that the New York Times called “a single-page statement filled with bullet points, [that] was less a plan…

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These Drugs Could Save Lives, But Are Being Stockpiled to Kill People Instead

April 20, 2017

It’s a cruel conundrum: States that could use drugs to save lives are instead using them to kill. In the U.S., 31 states carry out capital punishment, and a recent study has found states that use lethal injections to kill inmates are…

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Studies Conclude: Majority of Trump Voters Motivated By Racism—Not Just Economic Concerns

April 7, 2017

Trump voters are hypocrites A recent study published by American National Election Studies (ANES) confirms what many of us already suspected: That most voters who supported Trump weren’t doing so because of his economic policies. They were doing it because…

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Federal Judge Blocks Controversial Abortion Ultrasound Law

April 3, 2017

A federal judge has blocked an Indiana mandate requiring pregnant women to submit to an ultrasound at least 18 hours prior to having an abortion, ruling that the mandate is likely unconstitutional and causes women, particularly low-income women, to face “clearly…

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Study: 55,400 People Were Killed Or Injured By Police This Year–But There’s More To The Data Than Meets The Eye

July 27, 2016

In the U.S. , police killed or injured more than 55,400 people while conducting “legal” stops, searches and arrests in 2012, according to a study published in Injury Prevention, a British peer-reviewed BMJ medical journal, Deutsche Welle reports. Unsurprisingly, researchers…

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REPORT: The States Doling Out The Most Welfare Are Lily-Assed White

June 1, 2016

If you have trouble understanding systemic racism, take note—this is one of many forms it can take. According to research in Disciplining the Poor, by Joe Soss, Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram, states where a majority of citizens…

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Two Little White Girls Get Black Baby Dolls For Christmas: Their Reaction Saddens Me (VIDEOS)

December 31, 2015

What do you do when “Uncle Seth and Aunt Cynthia” send your white twin girls black baby dolls for Christmas in hope that they won’t grow up to be racists like you? You give those meddling, multi-culti libtards their comeuppance,…

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No, Video Games Do Not Cause Violence

August 18, 2015

A recent study conducted by the American Psychological Society claims that violent video games can be a contributing factor toward violent behavior. But now, more than 200 academics have signed an open letter lambasting that report’s findings. And as a person…

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Gas From Fracking Tainted With Radioactivity?

April 9, 2015

A new study by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health has linked Pennsylvania’s natural gas fracking boom to increased levels of radioactive radon gas in peoples’ homes. The rising levels of radon since 2004 coincides with the increase in…

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