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​'It's not illegal to be black': Cops complain online about white people getting 'freaked out' by their black neighbors 

​’It’s not illegal to be black’: Cops complain online about white people getting ‘freaked out’ by their black neighbors and wasting police time with 911 calls. 464 more words

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Leaked DNC email floated plan to question Sanders' religion

Sen. Bernie Sanders, shown in a file photo last month, was still fighting for the Democratic Presidential nomination at the time of the email released Friday. 155 more words

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Wasserman Schultz dropped as Democratic convention speaker amid email fallout

The head of the Democratic National Committee will not speak at the party’s convention next week, a decision reached by party officials Saturday after emails surfaced that raised questions about the committee’s impartiality during the Democratic primary. 124 more words

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Rising Star Melania Trump: The Milli Vanilli of Politics

Melania Trump and her apparent plagiarism of Michelle Obama broke the internet today, the bottomless pit of memes that have flooded all of our social media accounts today has given us a much needed laugh. 111 more words

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Apologies from a Bernie Supporter

Dear World,

I know these words are late but the nature of humans has never been to acknowledge failure in a timely manner. We have failed, and I say we on a Global scale. 470 more words

We, THE PEOPLE, do not want Hillary Clinton

We the people … We, the people of the United States … Who are we the people? The Constitution was a social contract between the people that lived on this land and the newly formed government. 1,668 more words

President Obama Hypocritical Journalism Lecture - POLITICO Magazine

The press-heavy crowd, convened by Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications to give the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting to Alec MacGillis, clapped at Obama’s 30-minute address, encouraging his best Trump-baiting lines about “free media” and the dangers of “false equivalence.”

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