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GoFundMe Page Created to Send Bartman to Cubs’ Playoff Game

Come back, Steve Bartman, all is forgiven. That’s the motivation of one “lifelong Cubs fan” who has created a GoFundMe page to raise money to send Bartman, the ostensible villain of the 2003 playoffs, to the upcoming wild-card game between the Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Tennessee Lt. Gov. to Christians: Buy Guns

On Friday, in response to the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon in which Christians were targeted and murdered, Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey minced no words in his concise message to Christians and those who believe in the values of Western Civilization: buy guns.


Transgender Teen Celebrates Name Change

The mother of Gabrielle Diana Gladu, a 16-year-old transgender Canadian, celebrated the legal changing of the teen’s name with a cake proclaiming, “Congratulations, you are now Gabrielle!”

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Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Traffic Fine Amnesty

Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Wednesday allowing drivers with traffic violations that were due to be paid before January 1, 2013, to schedule a court appearance even without paying the attendant fines and traffic penalties.

Bill Simmons

Bill Simmons Accuses ESPN of Pimping for NFL

Bill Simmons, the former ESPN commentator let go by the network on May 8 one day after he ripped the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell for concealing the contents of the Wells Report regarding Deflategate, ripped his former employers on his new podcast.

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L.A. Has Bloody Weekend as Murders Soar in 2015

19 people were shot last weekend in Los Angeles, and five were killed, as the city’s homicide rate continues to rise, despite a program instituted and championed by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti to reduce crime in the city.

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Prosecutors Link ‘Shrimp Boy’ to 2006 Murder

On Monday, a federal prosecutor asserted that evidence exists revealing that Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, former leader of the Ghee Kung Tong gang, and now on trial for racketeering, solicited the murder of the gang’s previous leader, Allen Leung.

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Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Switches to GOP

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, has left the Democratic Party and joined the GOP, saying that the Democratic party abandoned her.

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‘Blue Lives Matter’ Pro-Police Rally in Hollywood

On Saturday, roughly 100 LAPD officers joined other citizens to march through Hollywood in a show of support for the LAPD and its members. The rally was organized by the Los Angeles Police Protective League; participants wore T-shirts emblazoned, “Blue Lives Matter” and carried signs reading “Police Lives Matter”, and “They bleed blue.”

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