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Daily Archives: December 11, 2013

Uruguay Becomes First Country to Legalize Marijuana

Historic marijuana legalization measures await a well expected signature from Uruguayan President Jose Mujica, making Uruguay the first country in the world to fully legalize the drug. The measure, passed by Uruguay’s senate over a 16-13 vote, will allow regulation … Read More

‘Real Housewives’ Star Makes Racist Joke, But Did She Apologize?

Brandi Glanville is apologizing for her racist joke during the most recent episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The controversial reality star made an off-color joke at cast member Joyce Giraud that was offensive to black people, leading to … Read More

MTV Reality Star Praises Hitler And Poses For Racist Nazi Photo

A former MTV reality queen has shocked fans by posing photos of herself in Nazi gear and claiming that Hitler was misunderstood. Tila Tequila, best known for her reality dating show A Shot At Love, posted a racist photo of … Read More

Democrats Corner Republican Sen. Ted Cruz On Flight To Mandela’s Funeral

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz wasn’t exactly given time to sleep on a recent flight to South Africa. Cruz was one of just two Republicans in the congressional delegation who flew to South Africa to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral and the … Read More

Will Republicans Ban Cell Phone Calls On Flights?

Republicans are looking to some of their laws into the sky. Republican Bill Shuster, the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, announced a bill this week that would ban cell phone calls on all commercial flights. The bill … Read More

After FBI Denial, Conservatives Groups Still Claim SPLC Linked FBI,Terror

The FBI has denied that listing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as a resource on its hate group website constitutes an endorsement of the organization.  The clarification from the federal agency was issued after a report by LifeSiteNews, which declared … Read More

Anti-Circumcision Activists Protest in Front of UN, Call Circumcision ‘Child Abuse’

On December 10, a group of anti-circumcision activists protested in front the United Nations headquarters in New York City wearing blood-stained jumpsuits, calling for the end of circumcision worldwide and demanding, “Forced circumcision violates human rights.” The National Organization of … Read More

Judge Ordered Cake Shop Owner To Make A Cake For Same-Sex Wedding Or Face Possible Jail Time

A judge ordered Jack Philips, a Colorado cake shop owner, to bake a cake for a gay couple or pay a fine or even go to jail. The shop owner said he refused to bake the cake for same-sex weddings … Read More

Harvard Study: Rent Really is Too Damn High

A new Harvard study has found that rent prices have soared while incomes have fallen, leaving millions of Americans cost burdened and struggling to make ends meet. Half of all renters in the United States are now considered “cost-burdened,” paying … Read More

Victim Beats Up Knockout Game Attacker

The “Knockout Game” has been around for years but it is only recent that it’s getting more media attention. It has led to some arrests and four deaths so far. Despite Al Sharpton’s denouncement of the “Knockout Game” phenomenon, the … Read More