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  1. Hookstead's Hot Take: You're A Racist If You Criticize Johnny ManzielRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | The Daily Caller

    Currently Johnny Football is partying his face off in Mexico while also getting suspended from the NFL, and there are tons of hot takes about all the "white privilege" that Manziel has. The reality of the situation is that Manziel isn't even fully white.


  2. BC Bonacure Repair Rescue Relaunch by Schwarzkopf ProfessionalRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PRWeb

    The secret to REPAIR RESCUE lies in the combined action of the all-new Reversilane and Cell Perfector Technologies. Hair is deeply reconstructed inch by inch and protected by a reactive anti-friction shield.


  3. Putin Vows To React To NATO Buildup But Avoid Costly Arms RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin vows to respond "adequately" to NATO's buildup but avoid getting into a costly arms race. NATO's military buildup near Russia's borders has thrown off the balance of forces there, President Vladimir Putin said, vowing to respond without getting into a costly arms race.


  4. This Independence Day, Celebrate Religious Liberty for AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Center for American Progress

    This weekend, millions of Americans will gather with family, friends, and neighbors to celebrate Independence Day. But the July 4th weekend has long been about more than just barbeques and fireworks.


  5. Thugs and bullies have brains wired to make them feel pleasure when they act violentlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    ... t of individuals. The study hopes the findings can provide vital information on how to develop new drugs to treat aggression-related psychiatric disorders in humans.


  6. A Perilous Nationalism at BrexitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | New Yorker

    In 1989, while working for the British glossy magazine Harper's and Queen , I was called to a meeting at which the staff was told that the year's autumn issues would tell stories of the world's three great superpowers. September was to spotlight women of the United Kingdom; October, women of the United States; and November, women of the Soviet Union.


  7. Texas mayor accuses city of 'anti-cat' bias after cat is evicted from libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Mashable

    In White Settlement City, Texas , a Texas city council evicted a cat named Browser from a library where it had resided for the past six years. Though local councilman Elzie Clements claimed that the library was "no place for animals," Mayor Ron White smelled foul play.


  8. Todd Starnes: Microaggression madness - Footwear flattery and Santa cause coed kerfuffleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Fox News

    The University of North Carolina has been infected with a micro-aggression pandemic. We are being led to believe the entire campus has been afflicted with this highly-communicable, politically correct malady.


  9. Mizzou Pulls Its 'Inclusive' Speech Guide for Being Insufficiently InclusiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | The Weekly Standard

    Mapping out the micro-aggressions minefield may have seemed like a good move amidst the plague of protests at University of Missouri's Columbia campus last fall. But they were bound to miss some: Sure enough Mizzou's glossary of inclusive language has failed to meet its own standards for inclusion.


  10. as Kathryn responded I amRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | BlogHer

    We pay a price for being a woman in the world. Earlier this week, on Equal Pay Day, many of us noted the financial burden we carry because of gendered business practices and policies.


  11. Mazdoor Sangh calls for agitation against Centre's 'anti-worker reforms'Read the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Nerve News

    Nagpur, June 24 - The Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh on Friday called for a nationwide agitation on July 8 against the anti-worker reforms of the Central government. Interestingly, the BMS -- a pan India conglomerate of labour unions -- is affiliated to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the parent body of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.


  12. P.C. Doublethink And Mizzou's Diversity CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Weekly Standard

    Michael Middleton, interim president of the University of Missouri system, took the helm of the troubled system last fall after campus protests at the flagship Columbia campus, Mizzou, felled then-president Tim Wolfe. Now, Middleton intends the school to be "a model of diversity"-to guide other institutions out of the darkness.


  13. Being the Only Brown Girl in My Mostly White High School Made Me Miserable, Until I Found an EscapeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Seventeen

    "I felt like everyone judged me so I was constantly on edge, my entire body braced for an attack in a way that started to feel normal after a while. These were the kinds of questions and comments that were thrown at me as a young brown girl attending high school in predominantly white Greenwich, Connecticut in the late '90s.


  14. Women call out harassers with hashtag #NoWomanEverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | CBS News

    For many girls and women, street harassment starts early in life and continues as long as you are a living, breathing, visible female in the world. It can encompass everything from the elderly man on your street corner who yells that you'd be prettier if you smiled more; to the car full of strangers who roll their windows down and debate your physical appearance within earshot of you; to the would-be suitor who, agitated he didn't get your number, follows you on your way home.


  15. Brexit or Remain, the Elites Have Their Hands FullRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The New York Observer

    ... Donald is). The unwillingness-or inability-of elites to address anemic economies, Islamic radicalism and renewed aggression from dictatorships in Europe and Asia is fueling the fears that fuel dissident movements on both sides of


  16. The Brain Forum Outperforms Itself In 2016Read the original story

    Monday Jun 20 | BioSpace

    ... and data sharing. In the final keynote session, Prof. David Anderson showed how he had isolated mating and aggression mechanisms in the brain of mice and fruit flies, and that the genetic identification of hypothalamic attack neurons and their ...


  17. Where Are the Social Justice Warriors Fighting the 'Man Cave'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | American Thinker

    ... Savory Eating: Use a Condiment" -- AT, October 15, 2010. Am I off base to consider the term "man cave" a micro-aggression? Is the term not only insulting of a poor soul somewhere who may still live in subterranean digs, but also a stereotyping of us ...


  18. Yurgine-Johnston: Debating the PC pendulumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    Ken: When I went off to college 55 years ago I was academically prepared by a good high school, but politically, I was as dumb as a dozen doughnuts. My parents were apolitical; I have no idea whether they voted for Kennedy or Nixon.


  19. FamilyJohn Rosemond: Child's happiness not parent's goalJohn...Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 16 | The Star Press

    John Rosemond: Child's happiness not parent's goal I recently enjoyed the privilege of seeing and hearing Dennis Prager speak on the topic of happiness. Check out this story on I recently enjoyed the privilege of seeing and hearing radio talk-show host Dennis Prager speak on the topic of happiness.


  20. Blue Remembered HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2015 | This is Bath

    Originally written for TV, Dennis Potter's deceptively simple tale relates the activities of seven West-Country seven-year olds on a summer afternoon during the Second World War, in a wood, a field and a barn.