All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Controversy’

Miley Cyrus’s Bad Reputation Scaring Other Celebrities Away

When you hear the name Miley Cyrus,you most likely think,”what did she do now?”Every week,there is another news story about her crazy antics.Some people see her behavior as a clear cry for help.Others see it as crazy marketing.Whatever the reason for Cyrus’s new attitude and behavior,she has developed a bad reputation.The kind that makes others fear being associated with her.Therefore, …

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I Stand With Phil Petition: Bigotry In Danger?

When people sign the “I Stand With Phil” petition, what is it that they’re actually standing with? You’ve probably heard the following or seen it written: “I stand with Phil Robertson because freedom of speech is under attack!” The First Amendment of the American Constitution defines freedom of speech as the following: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment …

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Gwyneth Paltrow Calls Truce with VF’s Graydon Carter

Gwyneth Paltrow has been in the middle of a publicized battle with Vanity Fair’s editor-in-chief Graydon Carter. However, the Christmas spirit may have intervened in this feud as US Weekly reported that the two parties recently worked through their disagreement. According to an insider, “Gwyneth and Graydon spoke on the phone a few weeks ago. They worked out some of …

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Engulfed in Controversy, SeaWorld Turns to Groupon

It’s been a rough year for SeaWorld – at least in terms of press. Back in January, a documentary called Blackfish premiered at Sundance and caught fire. That documentary focused on Tilikum, an orca residing at SeaWorld, Orlando, and condemned the treatment of orcas in captivity. The film centers around the death of Dawn Brancheau, a SeaWorld trainer, who was …

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Phil Robertson Booted From “Duck Dynasty”

Perhaps Phil Robertson has spent far too much time in the woods with the ducks and not enough time in polite society. After all, enough socialization in the 21st century would tell any American what the feedback for his comments would have been. For those who missed it, The Duck Dynasty star landed himself in hot water over his bigoted …

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Megyn Kelly Stands By Offensive Statements

In a move that doesn’t surprise too many people, Megyn Kelly will be standing by her wildly offensive and controversial remarks regarding the racial identities of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ. The Fox News pundit claims her remarks were tongue-in-cheek rather than foot-in-mouth. Megyn Kelly spoke out about the backlash on her show, “The Kelly File.” “Humor is what we …

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Tila Tequila: “Hitler Was A Good Man”, History Lies

Take what you will from Tila Tequila – a former car model, MySpace celebrity, and reality TV show host. She’s made a video and blog post exposing the Illuminati, the secret organization that (supposedly) controls the world. Both Larry King and Alex Jones denied her an interview; Facebook has suspended her account; and she’s not on Twitter anymore. Is it …

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Mother Defends Her 7-Year-Old’s Ku Klux Klan Costume

Well, it’s that time again, Halloween is over, and we’re slowly seeing the after effects of post-holiday uploads like the 6:30AM Pizza Man walk of shame, and a Trayvon Martin costume. Usually, such costumes don’t have much reason tied behind them, but when you’re a Craigsville, Virginia family, the reason your son is wearing a Ku Klux Klan outfit is …

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Hallmark Sweater Ornament Controvery

A Hallmark ornament is the center of a social media controversy. The ornament is a tacky sweater that has words to the popular Christmas carol, “Deck the Halls”, except for one word: “gay”. The company changed the word “gay” to “fun”, in the phrase “Don we now our gay apparel”, and says they never meant to make a political statement. …

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Erich Priebke: Nazi Criminal, Funeral Sparks Protest

Erich Priebke, a German Nazi war criminal, died last week. His body was being transported in order to hold a funeral for him, and was forced to be called off, due to the amount of controversy that surrounds the case. He recently died under house arrest, while serving a life sentence for the killing of more than 300 civilians. He …

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Disney: Due To Emotions, Women Are Harder To Animate

Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Snow Queen” will make its premier on November 27th on the silver screens all across theaters in American in the form of a Disney 3d animated adaptation titled, Frozen. Lately, Frozen has fired up a lot of controversy surrounding its rehashed Disney-fied version of the story, where most of the female characters are replaced with men. …

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LSU Fraternity Apologizes for Inappropriate Sign

For some reason, a fraternity at LSU thought it was appropriate to prepare for their upcoming game against Kent State University by making a sign that mocked the shooting that took place there in 1970. After an image of the offending banner reached Kent State and LSU officials, the frat brothers decided to apologize. (image) The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity …

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