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  • What's really behind NY Times denying Cruz book bestseller status?
    What's really behind NY Times denying Cruz book bestseller status?
    It seems that the word truth-whether you speak it or put it in the title of a book-is having irrationally negative effects these days. It doesn't matter if you're liberal or conservative, truth is causing cardiac arrest in the political...
  • Love Has No Labels campaign may show the most open minded that there's a bit of bias within!
    Love Has No Labels campaign: Skeletons in your closet exposed in bias challenge
    The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges your personal bias and once you’ve viewed the campaign’s video you may surprise yourself. You may walk away from the Love Has No Labels video realizing that you do have some hidden bias even...
  • Protests Stop Traffic
    2014 - A Lesson of Race, Bias, Prejudice and The Role of Social Media.
    2014 could seem like 1964 at times. Race rioting, looting, and public displays of hatred erupted throughout the year. Political responses were charged with emotions as each event unfolded. The United States rediscovered that race and prejudice...
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    Georgia veteran ordered to remove NRA Instructor hat while voting
    Bundy Cobb, a Georgia veteran certified by the National Rifle Association in firearms training, was ordered to remove a hat that reads "NRA Instructor" when he went to vote, the Daily Caller reported Monday. According to Chuck Ross, poll...
  • Obama departs White House
    Top 15 government institutions corrupted and politicized by Democrats
    15) The role of NASA is apparently now to peddleclimate change propaganda and to reach out to the Islamic world to make it feel better about its contributions to science and engineering.14) The role of the DHS is apparently now to smear veterans...
  • DC teacher tells kids to compare Bush to Hitler, won't lose job
    DC teacher who told kids to compare Bush to Hitler won't lose job
    A teacher in Washington D.C.'s public school system made national newsrecently after giving an assignment in which sixth grade students were asked to compare former President George W. Bush with Adolf Hitler. The teacher at McKinley Tech...
  • President Bush being likened to Adolf Hitler
    Sixth-grade assignment: Compare Bush to Hitler
    A public school teacher in Washington, D.C. has been forced to publicly apologize to her students for giving them a homework assignment with instructions to find similarities between former president George W. Bush and Adolf Hitler, and to map...
  • Lady scientist examines her broken nail
    College men smarter than women?
    Combining a recent study on college major by gender and college major by IQ has convinced one group of researchers that college men are smarter than college women, though one must question the wisdom of trying to take such a stance publicly.One...
  • Miko Tempski
    SAF tells Conn. school district to stop blocking pro-gun websites
    The Second Amendment Foundation is vowing “prompt legal action” following reports yesterday that a Connecticut school district’s filtering system was blocking access to websites belonging to firearms rights advocacy groups, while...
  • Darkness Preceeds
    An Artist's Statement
    Art is bias. Its intrinsic humanity can never fully exist outside of its creator. We may share it but the individuality of the Artist restricts its holistic translation to others.Art has been called a reflection of humanity. I find that too broad....
  • Republican political consultant Karl Rove attends the opening ceremony of the George W. Bush Presidential Center April 25, 2013, in Dallas, Texas.
    Weight bias proven for female candidates
    Mark Roehling professor of human resources at Michigan State University and Patricia Roehling, a psychology professor at Hope College, are the first to document a weight bias that is demonstrated in both male and female candidates for public...
  • Chitling Test
    Parents of Lenore N.C. students stunned and upset over 'Chitling Exam'
    Parents, community leaders and students in Lenore, North Carolina were shocked after it was learned that students in an AP psychologyclass were given a controversial test this week that school officials described as being a "mock intelligence...
  • Smartphone app to quell anxiety.
    Smartphone app to quell anxiety
    Playing a science-based mobile gaming app for 25 minutes can reduce anxiety in stressed individuals, according to research published in Clinical Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The study suggests that...
  • A New Black Panther Party member
    Racial hatred in Denver: Black mob breaks man's jaw and fractures his face
    The latest black mob violence happened in downtown Denver on New Year's Eve. Police say Nick Lloyd, and his friend were waiting for a ride near 20th and Market streets when they were attacked by a black mob.The attack left Lloyd with his jaw...
  • Local shelter closes its doors
    The end of an era: An animal shelter's closing stirs up human nature
    There's been a local stir recently, as the Humane Society of Brazoria County is in the process of closing its doors, due to poor funding and the declining health of its founder. Volunteers are scrambling to get all of the dogs placed in...
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