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Daily Archives: November 6, 2013

KKK Imperial Wizard Opposes Child’s Klan Halloween Costume

The Ku Klux Klan may not be okay with KKK Halloween costumes. A Virginia mother generated controversy by dressing her 7-year-old son in a Klan robe and hood on Halloween, but perhaps the most surprising advocate against the costume is … Read More

Student Legally Changes ‘Black Name’ After Racist Bullying

A Kansas City teenager was so mercilessly taunted for her “black name” by school peers that she ended up changing it. 19-year-old Keisha Austin changed her name to Kylie after enduring racist bullying at her school in a predominately white … Read More

Voters OK Minimum Wage Hike, Casinos, Marijuana

While election winners like Bill de Blasio and Chris Christie took center stage on Tuesday, voters around the country voted on dozens of key referendums that will help to shape the future of the economy, rights, and environment. Drawing the … Read More

2013 Election Results: VA, NJ, NYC, Detroit, Boston, Atlanta

In what promised to be an anti-climactic election day, one race came down to the wire in a stark reminder that opinion polls do not always predict electoral outcomes. After Democrat Terry McAuliffe broke off to a near double-digit lead … Read More

Rand Paul On Plagiarism Charge: We Made Mistakes But I Never Intentionally Plagiarize

Before getting into the big elections, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Senator Rand Paul to provide a response to his plagiarism allegations. Blitzer noted that his name is tied into the speeches and books which contain major mistakes. Blitzer asked, “Who … Read More