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25A Magazine Celebrates Geraldo Rivera's September 2015 Cover at Four Cuts Steakhouse

25A Magazine Publisher Chase Backer and Editor-In-Chief Christopher Pape celebrated Fox News Host Geraldo Rivera’s cover at the new Four Cuts Steakhouse on Monday, September 28th, 2015. 478 more words

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Inside Fox: ‘I’d Knock You Out Right Now!'

After watching the real news I enjoy watching the reality show of cable news for some laughs. It’s called “The Five,” on Fox News (the propaganda arm of the US Republican Party). 93 more words

Fox News contributor says white guilt is behind Ben Carson’s surge

Discussing the post-debate bump that sent Dr. Ben Carson to the number two spot in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera shared a controversial… 114 more words


Bill O'Reilly Warns Donald Trump To 'Cease' Attacks On Megyn Kelly, As Do Geraldo Rivera And Twitter

On Tuesday evening’s edition of Fox’s The O’Reilly Factor, Bill O’Reilly took great umbrage with Donald Trump for his latest Twitter attack on Megyn Kelly after she… 720 more words


This Supercut Fires Off An Embarrassing 70 Sexist Statements From Fox News

While it’s no secret that Fox News anchors tend to be — how do you say — a little less sensitive to gender-based issues, this supercut lines up a cringeworthy sequence of more than 70 examples. 165 more words


3 people whose profiles you should visit directly on Twitter

Twitter is such a miserable place anymore. Once a joy for its immediacy and unpredictability, checking your Twitter timeline now stirs the same feelings you get when you check your new text message only to see it’s an alert from Bed, Bath and Beyond that your mobile coupon will expire in five days. 95 more words


Fox News’ Jesse Watters proposes sending undocumented immigrants on “a Trail of Tears” to build Trump’s Mexican border wall

In 1838 and 1839, as part of Andrew Jackson's Indian removal policy, the Cherokee nation was forced to give up its lands east of the Mississippi River and to migrate to an area in present-day Oklahoma. 439 more words
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