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Daily Archives: December 31, 2013

A Minor Defeat on the ‘War on Christmas’: Times Square Billboard Wishes ‘Happy Holidays’

As nearly one million gather Times Square to celebrate the arrival of 2014 on New Year’s Eve, a billboard sponsored by the Bank of America is quietly delivering a minor blow in the so-called ‘War on Christmas.’  The sign, prominently … Read More

The Dumbest Politician Statements of 2013

As with every year, 2013 saw many a politician put their foot in their mouth, whether by gaffe or by poorly thought out statements. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has compiled a list of the dumbest politician statements of 2013 for us … Read More

MSNBC Host Sorry After Panel Mocks Romney’s Black Grandchild

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry apologized over Twitter this morning after comments regarding Mitt Romney’s adopted, black grandchild. Harris-Perry, along with her panelists, made light of a photo in which Romney, surrounded by his grandchildren, holds on to Kieran James Romney, … Read More

States Trying To Pass New ‘Knockout’ Crime Laws In 2014

The disturbing increase in knockout games across the country has led to several states attempting to take action. The game, which involves trying to knock out an unsuspecting victim with a single punch, has been making headlines for its sheer … Read More

Family Fights To Keep Brain Dead Teenager On Life Support

A California teenager who was declared brain dead after tonsil surgery three weeks ago will remain alive for another week. Jahi McMath, 13, is currently attached to machines that keep her body functioning and the doctors at Children’s Hospital Oakland … Read More

White Man Who Savagely Beat Black Man Denied Bail After Hate Crime Charges

The white Texas man facing federal hate crime charges for filming his knockout game attack on an elderly black man will remain in jail until his trial. Conrad Barrett, 27, was denied bail after a U.S. District Court judge in … Read More

West Virginia ‘Littered’ With KKK Recruitment Fliers

West Virginia towns and cities are being littered with recruitment flyers from the Ku Klux Klan. The latest incident took place in the community of Parkersburg, with residents reporting that as many as three fliers at a time were placed … Read More