Politics

Texas Governor Rick Perry Indicted for Abuse of Power
By August 16, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Texas Governor Rick Perry Indicted for Abuse of Power

The Texas Governor and former presidential candidate Rick Perry has just been indicted for abuse of power. The allegedly stem from the claim that he vetoed state funding for the government watchdog group charged with investigating corruption and police scandals. The Associated Press reported that a grand jury indicted the Republican governor Friday. Fulfilling veto […]

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ISIS Post PR Photos They Took With John McCain
By June 25, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

ISIS Post PR Photos They Took With John McCain

Remember when Senator John McCain went to Syria and met with factions of rebels fighting the Assad regime? As it turns out, the group that he was meeting with was a particular subset of rebels in Syria, who we now know as ISIS. That’s right, the very same terrorist group ISIS which is carrying out […]

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The CIA’s ‘Bin Laden Demon’ Action Figure Toy
By June 23, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

The CIA’s ‘Bin Laden Demon’ Action Figure Toy

The CIA would openly admit to deploying drones, satellites, spies, informants and tracking devices in their efforts to thwart Bin Laden. But one thing we might not have expected them to deploy is action figures. Nevertheless, starting back in around 2005, the CIA began secretly developing a ­custom-made Osama bin Laden ­action figure. Those familiar […]

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Pope Excommunicates Members of the Italian Mafia
By June 23, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Pope Excommunicates Members of the Italian Mafia

Pope Francis made what might have been his boldest move yet, when he told Italian Mafia members on Saturday that they are excommunicated from the Catholic Church. “Those who in their life have gone along the evil ways, as in the case of the mafia, they are not with God, they are excommunicated,” the Pope […]

Dallas County, Texas Just Unintentionally Voted for Slavery Reparations
By June 20, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Dallas County, Texas Just Unintentionally Voted for Slavery Reparations

In a dramatic move Tuesday, African American commissioner John Wiley Price introduced a Juneteenth resolution in celebration of the end of slavery in America. Now, officially, Dallas County’s population of 2.5 million residents now officially stand for “monetary and substantial reparations” for African Americans’ suffering. This position was taken, apparently unintentionally after the County Commission approved a […]