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Pop Rocks: Ann Coulter Tweets to Black America During Oscars Over Racism of 12 Years a Slave Win

7 years ago by Jeff Balke
I am routinely amazed by the way pretty much any topic can be spun into a belief that suits the speaker. Take puppies, for example. Everyone loves them (or do they?). They are entirely benign (or are they?). Yet, discuss them with someone who has a political slant to support...
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The U.S. Has a Long History of Ripping Minority Children From Their Mothers

3 years ago by G. Paris Johnson
I am sure by now that the world is divided over the upheaval the president has caused with his snatching children from their mothers. However, I tend to take the side of some of the social media posts I’ve seen that remind the United States that this is not new...
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Cake Rangers Learn There's a Time and Place for Spoofing Houston

4 years ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
What once was a joke didn't seem so funny after Harvey hit.
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An Afghan Goes Mystery-Solving in the Wobbily Eccentric Noir Burn Country

5 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Ian Olds' loose local-color thriller Burn Country works from the thesis that rural America is as complex and dangerous to justice-minded visitors as the most contested regions of Afghanistan. As Afghan national Osman (Dominic Rains) gets to know his new town, taking over the police blotter at the local newspaper,...
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Milo Yiannopoulos Was Only Famous Because of GamerGate

4 years ago by Jef Rouner
Over the weekend Milo Yiannopoulus suffered a fall from grace. After footage of him condoning sexual relationships between men and boys (which, by the by, those of us who have been following him for a while knew about more than a year ago and everyone needs to send a thank...
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It’s About Time: Milo Yiannopoulos Permanently Banned from Twitter

5 years ago by Jef Rouner
Odds are, gentle reader, you’re either cheering like your team won the championship game, hammering out a comment calling me a beta cuck, or asking, “who the trump is Milo Yiannopoulos?” Let’s address the third group, first. Yiannopoulos is an English-born journalist who first rose to prominence as a controversial...
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The Fox-ification of KTRH, Part XXXVIII

13 years ago by Richard Connelly
They're not even trying to hide it anymore at KTRH, the once-proud AM news giant in town.This morning, President-elect Obama was having a press conference; KTRH chose instead to do a live interview with lunatic Ann Coulter.That's okay; Coulter is notoriously difficult to get an interview with. If you're a...
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Gen. Petraeus: A Possible Glimpse at the Spymaster's iPod

9 years ago by William Michael Smith
Nuge the Stooge knows what CIA director needed. Enough already about Gen. David Petraeus and his private harem ... err, his embedded biographer with the flashy wardrobe and bad vision. Petraeus is a patriot, a winner of wars, a brilliant strategerizer, a man dedicated to little beyond his own career...
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Liberals Who Give Liberals a Bad Name: College Kids Edition

8 years ago by Calvin TerBeek
Conservatives like to point out when liberals try to squash speech that they (the liberals) don't like. And, you know what, some times they (the conservatives) have a point. Just last week, Brown University students forced a halt to NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly's speech on their campus. The students were...
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Pop Rocks: Elisabeth Hasselbeck Isn't Leaving The View, But We Can Still Dream

8 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Reports of Elizabeth Hasselbeck's departure from daytime talk mainstay The View appear to have been greatly exaggerated, with show founder Barbara Walters announcing yesterday, "We have no plans for Elisabeth to leave the show." Bullshit? Possibly. As we all know, no one in the TV industry ever, ever lies about...

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