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Saturday, August 19, 2017

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Here's Why We Can't Have Nice Things

Here's Why We Can't Have Nice Things

HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” if you aren’t familiar with it, is basically a show about a bunch of fantasy-renaissance realms fighting each other, and *SPOILER ALERT*, a bunch of hungry ice zombies hurtling toward them. In this particular clip, you’ll recognize every political argument you’ve ever had packed into three oversimplifying minutes. With dragons. At 2:00,

The 3 1/2 Times Jay Carney Answered Questions

The 3 1/2 Times Jay Carney Answered Questions

Yahoo News published the ‘Top 9,486 ways Jay Carney won’t answer your questions’ Friday with this interactive chart: View this embed › But Carney deserves some credit for when he did directly answer questions. View this image › Alex Wong / Getty Images 1. Carney was extremely straightforward on his stance toward abuse of mythical

Marriage Equality Advocates Angry At Facebook Founder For Backing Chris Christie

Marriage Equality Advocates Angry At Facebook Founder For Backing Chris Christie

View this image › Republican N.J. Governor Chris Christie will appear at the home of Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, Wednesday in Palo Alto, Calif. Democrats across the Garden State put out the call Monday on Facebook and Twitter to “Unfriend Christie,” in advance of the Republican governor’s political fundraiser this Wednesday — first reported

Republican Comeback Plan May Focus On Education

Republican Comeback Plan May Focus On Education

View this image › Jim Young / Reuters WASHINGTON — Key Republican leaders have begun to turn their focus to education policy as their best bet at broadening the appeal of their battered party to women and minority voters. Leading Republicans — including Sen. Marco Rubio, Rep. Paul Ryan, and House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy,

Boston Bombing Sparks Transparency Debate In China

Boston Bombing Sparks Transparency Debate In China

View this image › The murder of a Chinese exchange student in last week’s Boston terror attack has drawn an unexpected sort of attention in China, where the American handling of the incident is being contrasted favorably with the Chinese handling of similar tragedies. “Three hours after Boston bombings: all cameras rolling, no bans on

What Allen West Would Say At The United Nations

What Allen West Would Say At The United Nations

View this image › Florida congressman Allen West described the tough stance he would have taken at the United Nations General Assembly in President Obama’s stead in a Facebook post today. Titled “The President continues to offer up apologies….When tolerance becomes a one way street it leads to cultural suicide…”, the note criticizes the President

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