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Air Date: February 23th, 2015 This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a ...
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#376627
Last night, Keith Olbermann got into it on Twitter with Penn State fans and students--originally over, of all things, the school's annual pediatric cancer fundraiser. (His tweets are embedded below.) It was weird and unnecessary, and now ESPN has taken Olbermann off TV for the rest of the week.
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#376628

The "logic" sounds about right...

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday turned down an invitation to meet privately with Senate Democrats next week during his visit to Washington, saying the session "could compound the misperception of partisanship" surrounding his trip.
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FCC Chair Refuses to Testify before Congress ahead of Net Neutrality Vote -
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Whoopi Goldberg and the rest of The View crew come to a startling conclusion that both of these statements can't be true: 1) Hillary Clinton is the paragon of
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Victims of Released Criminal Immigrants to Testify Against Obama Policies -
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Less than Half in New Poll Think Obama Loves America -
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Facebook post critical of Common Core leads to disciplinary action, loss of free speech, retaliation, and possible job loss for teacher Debbie Vailes.
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President Barack Obama surprised many at the National Prayer Breakfast when he lectured us, "Lest we get on our high horse and think this (barbarity) is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ." .02/25/2015 10:44:58AM EST.
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Due process is not “window dressing,” the professors argue. It’s necessary to establish a process’s legitimacy.
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The Senate majority leader is making his move to try and prevent a shutdown.
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If you've been following the debate over Internet regulations, you might have gotten the impression that Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has already released his plan for "net neutrality."
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#376639

Nebraska Call to Action

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Exciting things are happening in Nebraska, and I want to be the first to tell you about it.
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“The President has the right to determine who is to be deported” when it comes to illegal aliens currently living in the United States, Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) stated during debate on the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) funding bill in the Senate on Monday.
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#376641
The media’s recent attempts at exposing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker have been nothing short of embarrassing.
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#376642

Heresy: The South is Politically United

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A former Marine was found guilty late Tuesday of the 2013 shooting deaths of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the author of American Sniper, and his friend Chad Littlefield.
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#376644
Bill and Hillary Clinton are coming under fire today after State Department documents showed that officials rubber-stamped the former president’s expansive and sometimes high-priced overseas speaking engagements while his wife was in charge of foreign policy with many of those nations. “These documents are a bombshell and show how the Clintons turned the State Department into a racket to line their own pockets,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. Judicial Watch and the Washington Examiner teamed to seek and publish those documents today. “How the Obama State Department waived hundreds of ethical conflicts that allowed the Clintons and their businesses to accept money from foreign entities and corporations seeking influence boggles the mind,” said Fitton, adding, “That former President Clinton trotted the globe collecting huge speaking fees while his wife presided over U.S. foreign policy is an outrage.
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#376645
*Essay also known as 'We Have No (Unlimited) Right to Happiness'. A live animation of a C.S. Lewis essay in the artistic style of my desk lamp. Is that wrong...
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Vice President Joe Biden used a Black History Month event at his official residence Monday night to decry the rich, both white and black, for stunting economic growth and suggested that “emancipation” is in order. “A lot of wealthy white and black people aren't bad but they control 1 percent of the economy and this cannot stand,” Biden told about 100 guests, including past civil rights activists and NBC weatherman Al Roker. RELATED: Why is the press ignoring Joe Biden's 2016 ambition? “It's not fair because the business experts are saying that concentration of wealth is stunting growth. So let's do something that's worthy of emancipation,” said Biden, according to a press pool report of the event. Then, explaining the impact of Civil War era emancipation, Biden concluded, “What happened is not only did we move toward freeing black Americans but also the conscience of white Americans.”
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The Wheels Are Coming Off the Sexual Revolution -
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Exclusive: Secret interrogation facility reveals creeping aspects of war on terror in US city as accounts describe shackling and brutality without basic rights
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#376649

Sex on Campus

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#376650

You Might Be a Liberal...

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