Really Shocking Revelation: Tim Cook is Gay

I hope you read the sarcasm in my headline. I thought it was quite obvious that Tim Cook, the CEO for Apple, was a homosexual. But in case you were in doubt, he cleared up any confusion in a recent declaration: While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until […]

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Study: Twitter Has Made Journalists Rude

Apparently journalists used to be very polite and respectful toward politicians and celebrities. And now, apparently thanks to Twitter, they feel free to be short and rude: The study from the University of Texas looked at 5,700 tweets from the first 2012 presidential debate. It found a wave of insults and snarky comments from reporters. […]

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Post-Birth Abortions Increasingly Supported By Young Pro-Choicers

A growing trend reported by many campus pro-life groups is the tendency for young pro-choicers to endorse post-birth abortions, sometimes even as late as five years old: Asked about the incident at Ohio State, at which a woman responded to a pro-life display by defending infanticide, a pro-abortion activism group at the campus stated its views […]

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The Real Black on Black Crime

Some black activists in Chicago, all former inmates, are changing things up with a message they think black voters need to hear—the worst perpetrators of black-on-black crime are black liberal Democrats: They always talk about black on black crime, and when you here the words black on black crime, the first thing you think of […]

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CHP Officers Trading Nude Photos of Arrestees

A California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officer has been put on desk duty during an investigation of his alleged wrongdoing: he apparently stole nude photographs of a woman from her iPhone while booking her in jail and sent said photos to another officer. The CHP officer probably would have gotten away with it too if the […]

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Forfeiture Laws: IRS Can Seize Your Accounts Without Any Criminal Charge

A relatively recent policy update to civil asset forfeiture laws has given the IRS and other law enforcement agencies a new cash cow. Because now they can seize your accounts even without criminal charges or criminal connections: But the Institute for Justice, a Washington-based public interest law firm that is seeking to reform civil forfeiture […]

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