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Daily Archives: June 16, 2014

Florida Mom Kidnaps Her Own Kid So She Doesn’t Have to Learn Black History

A Florida woman is wanted on kidnapping charges after she abducted her daughter so she did not have to learn black history or get vaccinated. After Megan Everett and Robert Baumann split up, a Florida judge awarded joint custody of … Read More

NY Mulls Over State Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

Immigration advocates are calling for New York to become the first state in the nation to offer ‘state citizenship’ to undocumented immigrants. Under a bill introduced in the state legislature on Monday, these ‘state citizens’ could be eligible for a … Read More

Cop Caught on Video Brutally Grabbing a Teen by the Hair and Punching Her at Gay Pride Event

A Pittsburgh police officer was recorded on video assaulting a young girl attending Pride Fest. According to the officer, a fight broke out between Ariel Lawther and a man at the event. Around 50 people gathered around the confrontation. According … Read More

Columnist: Gay Parenting a ‘Crime Against Humanity’

Religious Right activist and BarbWire columnist Robert Oscar Lopez has written a new piece arguing that just about every “scenario involving a same-sex couple with exclusive custody to small children is adult misconduct at best or a crime against humanity … Read More

NYPD Cop Who Was Recorded Punching Occupy Protester in the Face Awarded $120,000 Annual Disability Pension

A New York police officer who was infamously recorded punching an Occupy Wall Street protester in the face has been awarded a tax-free annual disability pension of $120,000 for “injuries he sustained in the melee.” In October of 2011, Deputy … Read More

U.S., Iraqi Intelligence Discovered Treasure Trove of Intel Days Before Mosul Attack

The current strife in Iraq, at least the most recent violence, has been seen as a huge loss for embattled Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. However, right before this loss, his forces secured a very big “win” against the Islamic … Read More