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Daily Archives: January 31, 2014

6-Year-Old Among 55 Bodies Uncovered at Florida’s School of Terror

55 bodies of children have been found on the grounds of a notorious boys’ reform school in Florida. The Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys was closed in 2011, yet for nearly a century boys at the school reported beatings, … Read More

Illinois Republican Candidate: Gays Responsible For Autism & Tornadoes

A Republican political candidate from Illinois believes she can still get elected to office after declaring that gay people are responsible for autism and tornadoes. It might sound like a speech from the Westboro Baptist Church, but Susanne Atanus is … Read More

Laura Bush: First Ladies Don’t Deserve Salaries

Former first lady Laura Bush has made a surprising statement in declaring that Michelle Obama and other first ladies don’t deserve to have salaries. She made the comment during an interview for an upcoming C-SPAN special called First Ladies: Influence … Read More

George Zimmerman Cashes In Further On Shooting Trayvon Martin, Joins Celebrity Boxing Circuit

First oil paintings, now a boxing career. George Zimmerman is trying to cash in on shooting Trayvon Martin by joining a celebrity boxing circuit and has his first fight scheduled for March. An opponent has not been determined yet, but … Read More

College Students Say Listing Race In Crime Suspect Identification Is Racist

A group of African-American students at the University of Minnesota claim that administrators are being racist when compiling physical descriptions of crime suspects. They are asking university administrators to stop considering race when compiling the information and revise their crime … Read More

Sarah Palin Most Popular Potential 2016 GOP Candidate

With Chris Christie’s campaign on the ropes, Republicans are scrambling to find the new face of the party heading toward 2016. If the latest PPP poll is any indication of what the voters want, that face may be none other … Read More

Accused Boston Marathon Bomber Could Receive Death Penalty

The accused Boston Marathon bomber will be put to death if the U.S. government’s chief prosecutor gets his way. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is accused of teaming up with his brother Tamerlan to plant a pair of homemade bombs at the finish … Read More

Indiana Becomes Latest State To Drug Test Welfare Recipients

Indiana now joins Minnesota and Kansas as the latest state to approve mandatory drug testing for state welfare recipients. State representatives voted 71-22 in favor of the bill last Tuesday, which will allow welfare recipients to be screened for drug … Read More

Were College Students Arrested After Lodging Racism Complaints?

Dozens of students at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa have accused the school of helping to arrest them when they tried to lodge a racism complaint. Earlier this week, 27 students that included South African Students Congress members … Read More