At the screening area of the Denver International Airport, a male TSA officer felt the urge to cup the private areas of attractive men. And he acted on it.
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Nevertheless, white men somehow still manage to dominate politics and the economy.
Loretta Lynch is still waiting to be confirmed as attorney general, and her allies are hoping a hunger strike will do the trick. The advocacy group founded by the Rev. Al Sharpton, along with female civil-rights leaders, are launching the hunger strike – where groups of fasters will alternate days abstaining from food until Lynch is confirmed...
A black judge in Kentucky has given two home invaders and armed robbers a light sentence because he feels that their three-year-old white victim was a "racist" because in her victim statement the little girl said she is now afraid of black people after...
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As though they were teenage girls chasing after the Beatles, journalists on Tuesday excitedly chased after Hillary Clinton and her "Scooby van." MSNBC kept vigil, waiting for a 2016 campaign event. Reporter Alex Seitz-Wald gushed, "We can see the motorcade approaching right now... We see the Scooby van, the famous Scooby van is coming down the road right now towards our set up now!"
Flashback: Jeb Bush Awarded Hillary Clinton 'Liberty Medal' on the Eve of 1st Anniversary of Benghazi Attack
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her support groups are opening a massive fundraising effort to collect an historically-high $2.5 billion to win the White House, according to reports. That amounts to $37.92 per vote in the general election for the Democrat, more than ever spent in a national campaign. The math is based on the votes received by President Obama in his reelection, 65,915,796. America Rising graphic. Obama spent $1.1 billion, then a record, so Clinton's will be more than double. The New York Times reported the total cost at $2.5 billion, prompting the anti-Clinton group America Rising to call the effort, Clinton Inc.: A $2.5B Endeavor.
by Kurt Nimmo, INFOWARS Republican Markeece Young says the Hillary Clinton campaign paid Twitter to squelch his hashtag, #WhyImNotVotingforHillary. Although it is less than certain if this is the case, one thing is for sure — the Clinton campaign shelled out a big chunk of change to get her hashtag to trend on the uber popular microblogging social media site. CNN anchor Brian Stetler highlighted the inability of the Clinton hashtag to trend higher than Young’s. “And it got worse. 2 hours later the most popular hashtags on Twitter were #WhyImNotVotingForHillary — which mocked her campaign ad — and #GameofThrones, with #Hillary2016 an embarrassing 3rd,” writes Gina Cassini for Top Right News. Twitter claims it does not censor tweets. “There’s no system expressly designed to censor communication between individuals,” a former Twitter engineer told The Verge in November. Twitter, however, has blocked tweets it considers harassment, specially along the lines of gender and race, but has yet to block or remove tweets criticizing political candidates in the United States. Twitter offers what it calls “promoted trends,” that is to say jacking up hashtag trending status to partners who have the money. “Promoted Trends are a perfect way to kickstart a conversation, launch new products, run major campaigns or target key dates to drive mass awareness,” the Twitter business website explains. Hillary Clinton, of course, is not a brand of caffè latte. Artificial trending skews the political debate and makes it appear she is more popular than she actually is. If a critic’s hashtag was indeed removed, this represents a dangerous development in social media, which now plays an instrumental role in political campaigns.
In his Monday night interview with Sean Hannity, Florida Senator Marco Rubio became the first Republican presidential candidate to demand a concession from Iran that's as politically resonant at home as it is untenable in Tehran.
As of 2012, Rubio's family hadn't removed itself from LDS rolls.
She's at it again...
One Million Moms asks for your help in getting "Family of the Year" cancelled. Don't be fooled by the show's title.
Former governor Deval Patrick is joining Boston’s Bain Capital, in a role where he will help raise a fund to invest in companies that produce profits and have a positive social impact.
Clinton is most popular with young Iraqis and Texans on Facebook