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Anti-Semitism Erupts at Chicago Public School with 'Jew Incinerator' Game

The mother of a Jewish Chicago Public Schools (CPS) student tried for weeks to get the CPS to address the anti-Semitic bullying being perpetrated against her eighth grader, but little was done until the parent contacted local media. The bullying got so bad that kids had joined an online game with a team called the "Jew Incinerators." Jun 3, 2014 3:02 PM PT

MSNBC's Chris Hayes Makes Insane Straw Man Argument on Bowe Bergdahl

MSNBC's extreme left-wing TV host, Chris Hayes, must have been pleased with himself after his dishonest, strawman-styled taunt on Twitter Monday, where he suggested that because conservatives question Obama's Bowe Bergdahl exchange, they don't care if the U.S. leaves soldiers in enemy hands. Jun 3, 2014 7:50 AM PT

Obama EPA Demands Washington State Cut Emissions by 72 Percent

Washington State got a shock this week when President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent out its edict that the state cuts its carbon emissions by a whopping 72 percent by 2030, a cut that business advocates say will devastate the state's economy. Jun 3, 2014 1:48 AM PT

America Most Generous Nation

The richest Americans are more generous than the wealthy of other countries, a study recently found. But it isn't just the super rich. At all levels Americans are more generous than residents of other countries. Jun 3, 2014 1:31 AM PT

Illinois Legislature Passes on $100M for Obama Library

On April 17 the Illinois legislature floated the idea of spending $100 million in Illinois tax dollars on an Obama Presidential library, despite that the President has made no decision on where his library will be. Almost immediately the idea drew criticism. Now, as the Illinois legislative session ends, the plan is stalled. Jun 1, 2014 3:49 AM PT

Houston Astros Hosting Civil Rights Game

The Houston Astros will be hosting the 2014 Civil Rights game with the team taking the field in the uniform of the Houston Eagles, the only Negro League team from Texas. May 30, 2014 1:19 PM PT

Pop Superstar Pharrell Defends 'Blurred Lines' Against Feminist Complaints

Pop singer Pharrell had a huge hit with his 2013 song "Blurred Lines," but the song has also become a big target to feminists who charge that the song treats women as sex objects and, worse, promotes a "rape culture." In a new interview, Pharrell is defending the song and says the criticism is simply not right. May 30, 2014 9:30 AM PT


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