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Daily Archives: November 25, 2013

Evangelical Atheists Take to Street to Spread the Word There is No Hell

A group of atheists has turned the tables on evangelicals by taking their own non-theistic message to the street.  Gathering in Balboa Park, the San Diego Coalition for Reason hopes to spread the word that there is no God. “If … Read More

Former NYPD Detective On Knockout Game: Not Every Black Kid Is Doing This

The Knockout Game has been around for years but it is only recent that it’s getting more media attention. There is much debate about which crimes should be categorized in this so called Knockout Game and who were mostly responsible … Read More

Four School Workers Indicted in Steubenville Rape Case

A grand jury in Steubenville, Ohio, has indicted four adults for the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl and a subsequent cover-up while it determining if any other laws were broken. Michael McVey, superintendent of Steubenville City Schools, was charged … Read More

Democrats Urge Leadership to Limit Filibuster Even Further

Following Harry Reid’s “nuclear” rules change in the Senate, Republicans can no longer force Democrats to round up 60 votes to defeat a filibuster of a presidential nominee. While many Democrats rejoiced, others like Vermont Senators Pat Leahy and Bernie … Read More

Manufacturers Make Record Profits While Wages Fall

Since the Obama Administration passed the stimulus bill in 2009, the manufacturing sector has seen a huge revival and, according to the Commerce Department, earned a record $289 billion in 2012 – more than three times what the industry reaped … Read More

Rush Limbaugh Compares Filibuster Reform To Rape

Rush Limbaugh stirred controversy once more after comparing President Obama’s ongoing support of filibuster reform with rape on Friday. “Forget the Senate for a minute,” the polemic radio host said on his talk show. “Let’s say, let’s take ten people … Read More

Netanyahu Condemns Deal With Iran; Receives Reassurance From Obama

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was quick to denounce a nuclear deal sealed between Iran and the international community over the weekend, calling it a “historic mistake.” “Today the world became a much more dangerous place,” Netanyahu said to his … Read More