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Top 5 ISIS Beliefs “Okayed” By God (Including Rape)

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS, also known as ISIL), is the self proclaimed and unrecognized state in Iraq and Syria. They publish Dabiq, an online glossy propagandized magazine with high quality photographs and formatted graphics. From Dabiq magazine issue 4, Islamic State fighters beheaded the cross from this Chevrolet. Toyota logo still baqiyah pic.twitter.com/XToXJ6BeEj — Mounssif …

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Congressman Reportedly Wants To Investigate Google Over ‘America’ Movie

Earlier this month, Google received a letter from the lawyers of Dinesh D’Souza whose film “America” is not showing up in search results how the filmmakers’ would have liked. People were seeing all kinds of different results for their “America” queries, which is unsurprising given that this could be related to a million different things. Even for movie-specific searches like …

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‘America’ Director Sends Legal Letter To Google Over Search Results

Google has reportedly received a letter from the lawyers of Dinesh D’Souza whose film America is not showing up in search results how they’d like. The Hollywood Reporter obtained the letter, which was sent to Google’s chief legal officer David Drummond, and reports: The letter claims that Google has been confusing America with 2016: Obama’s America, which was D’Souza’s first …

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Gettysburg Skull Won’t Be Sold After All, Will Be Buried Instead

A skull found at Gettysburg back in 1949 is believed to have belonged to a soldier killed during the infamous battle. Most recently, a private seller was planning to auction the skull off. As you can imagine, some found the idea rather disrespectful and requested the skull be given to the Gettysburg cemetery for a proper burial. Those requests did …

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American Flags That Aren’t American? Oops.

How many people pride themselves on being “flag-waving” Americans? Some citizens own flags which they raise and lower proudly in their front yards. Even if individuals don’t consider themselves all that patriotic, it’s still pretty common to buy a flag on July 4th, the nation’s birthday and a popular US holiday. What many well-meaning flag buyers don’t know is that …

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Majority of Americans Dissatisfied With U.S. Direction

As the American political landscape continues to become more polarized, a large majority of Americans continue to be dissatisfied with the state of things in the U.S. A new Gallup poll released today shows that only 23% of U.S. adults say they are satisfied with “the way things are going” in their country. This result, which was found during an …

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Buy Your Occupy Wall Street Poster at Wal-Mart

Since its conception by anti-consumerist Canadians Kalle Lasn and Micah White on September 17, 2011, Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protested against the widening income gap between the rich and the poor, as well as many other economic injustices in America. Wal-Mart is the perfect example of what the Occupy Movement is against: High CEO-to-worker pay ratio; Michael Duke, Wal-Mart’s CEO …

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Healthiest States: Hawaii Tops The 2013 List

Hawaii is seen by many as a beautiful, tropical paradise, full of gorgeous fauna, lovely beaches, and breathtaking views. The chain of islands seems to stand as a beacon of happiness, a dot of sunshine on the American map. Now, it can add one more thing to its list of awesome things about itself; Hawaii was recently proclaimed to be …

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Amazon: These Are The Most Well-Read American Cities

Amazon put out its annual list of the top twenty most well-read cities in America today. While number one is the same as it was last year, there are some differences. Cambridge, for example, fell from number 2 to number 4. Berkley fell from number 3 to number 7. Boulder, which was last year’s number 5, is not even on …

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Celebrate July 4 With A New Assassin’s Creed III Trailer

Wednesday is July 4, the day Americans set aside to celebrate their independence by shooting fireworks made in China and eating hamburgers prepared in Canada. To commemorate the occasion, Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed III. It’s fitting to an extent since the protagonist kills plenty of Redcoats in the name of freedom from the Templars. For …

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America: Where Innovation Goes to Die

Plain and simple, the patent system in the United States is a nightmare. You can hardly so much as sneeze anymore without some idiot troll accusing you of infringing upon his patent for violently expiring air through all facial cavities at once. For a country where so many of the subscribers to capitalism cling to the refrain of, “free market …

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Federal Government Outlines Plans To Go Mobile

Finally the federal government is not the last one to grab onto the newest trends in technology. Yesterday the White House unveiled its new plan to integrate cutting-edge technology into the way they reach citizens and overcome governing obstacles. The efforts are based on words from President Obama himself, who proclaimed, “I want us to ask ourselves every day, how …

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