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Stacey Dash: Blacks “Uneducated”, “Feel Worthless”

Stacey Dash: Blacks “Uneducated”, “Feel Worthless”

By Lacy Langley October 17, 2014

Stacey Dash made some pretty controversial remarks on Tuesday’s episode of Hannity on Fox News. The outspoken actress and Fox News correspondent was asked if she thought Obama’s policies have been helpful to the black community. Stacey Dash responded by …

Google Talk Analyzes ‘Impulse Society’ Google Talk Analyzes ‘Impulse Society’

Paul Roberts, a journalist specializing in resource economics, recently gave a talk at one of Google’s campuses to talk about the trend of people’s tendency to acton impulse. Google explains in the video description: Journalist Paul Roberts visited Google’s Cambridge, …

Al Franken Pens Letter To DOJ On ISIS Recruitment

Al Franken has taken a bit of a stand recently to bring attention to ISIS (also known as ISIL or the Islamic state) efforts to recruit members inside the US and to disallow those who have associations with the terror …

Obama Approval Rating Hits Record Low in California

When some people think of California, they think of a state overrun with liberals. That may be true to an extent, but according to a new poll, President Barack Obama’s approval rating has hit a record low of 44.5 percent. …

The NRSC Made Their Own Retro Platformer, 'Giopi' The NRSC Made Their Own Retro Platformer, 'Giopi'

The National Republican Senatorial Committee, the group whose only purpose is getting Republicans elected to the US Senate, has turned to nostalgic gaming to help with its cause. The NRSC has built its own retro platformer called Gioipi: 2014 Mission …

'America' Director Sends Legal Letter To Google 'America' Director Sends Legal Letter To Google

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 …

Sarah Palin: The Newest Edition To The View?

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has hinted that she may want to join ABC’s morning talk show The View. Last month, Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy announced that they would not be returning to the show, leaving room for new …

Gene Simmons: Fox News Fan; Republican?

Gene Simmons, The Demon, singer and bass player in KISS, is a shrewd businessman. His unique attitudes about marriage, rock and roll, and his band are the stuff of lore. But Simmons has been saying some things over the years …

Liz Cheney Rips Obama With Help From Dick

Liz Cheney and Dick Cheney have taken to the op-ed platform of the Wall Street Journal to make some seriously specific accusations against the president and his policies. Dick Cheney has been a harsh critic of Obama’s since the very …

Ann Coulter And Laura Ingraham: The Real Winners?

Ann Coulter and talk show hosts like Laura Ingraham are singing the praises of Dave Brat and his astounding win over Eric Cantor in last week’s congressional race. Dave Brat’s win is proof positive in Ann Coulter‘s eyes that the …

Prince William Better-Like Than Queen, Shows Poll

With less than a year to go before the next parliamentary elections in the UK, the political landscape of the country appears to be shifting back toward the Labour Party. Overall, though, the British public appears to be more focused …

Narendra Modi: Ready To End Strife With Pakistan?

Narendra Modi was sworn in on Monday as the 15th Prime Minister of India, an event watched by heads of government from all of South Asia including from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Maldives, Nepal, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh. The most surprising …

Alison Lundergan Grimes Releases Her First TV Ad

Allison Lundergan Grimes locked-in the Democratic nomination for Kentucky’s senate seat on Tuesday. Now the candidate is starting her media blitz in earnest. Grimes’ campaign this week released the candidate’s first general election TV ad. Titled “A Moment” the ad …

First Female Native American Federal Judge Confirmed

The U.S. Senate this week confirmed the first female Native American federal judge in U.S. history. Diane Humetewa, a former U.S. Attorney, will serve on the Federal District Court of Arizona. According to an Associated Press report, Humetewa was confirmed …

Jeb Bush Earns Praise At New York City Event

During an appearance at a Manhattan Institute dinner, Jeb Bush garnered praise from members of the audience, which included political donors from the Big Apple, conservatives, and even Chris Christie supporter former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani. A possible presidential …

North Korea's State Owned News Makes Racist Remarks

Propaganda is usually more eloquent, combined with images of gallantry and false promises through meaningless slogans; a rhetoric that allows for no free thought or discussion – ‘you’re either with us or against us.’ North Korea spares no elegance when …

Judge Joe Brown, Recently Jailed, Running for Office

The man who helmed a popular TV court show for 15 seasons is now running for office. But could he be up against his worst challenge yet? Judge Joe Brown, the man whose namesake show gave him the opportunity to …