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be afraid, be very afraid

South Africa is different, they say. There’s too much foreign interest; the DA won’t let it happen; this isn’t Zimbabwe, they plead. Well, they’re right, this isn’t Zimbabwe, but history tends to repeat itself if given the chance (and they said, ad nauseam, that it wouldn’t happen in Zimbabwe). 1,167 more words


Anchor babies: The latest numbers are shocking

An anchor baby is delivered every 93 seconds in U.S.

In some circles, the term “anchor baby” has become highly charged. Hispanic activists and their amigos in the mainstream media consider it a slur.  259 more words


Troubled times for Vietnamese anthem lovers!

Outrage! In what could have been a tragic story of greed and nationalism the BBC reports that the family of the composer Nguyen Van Cao, registered the Vietnamese National Anthem with the Vietnam Centre for Protection of Music Copyright. 96 more words



Has anyone else noticed that we get more upset when we hear or read about an animal cruelty case than we do when we have a mass murder in this country. 64 more words


Biker Dad Sparks Outrage After Letting His 6-Year-Old Drive His Harley

Jacob Hughes argued his son Ryan has been around motorcycles his entire life. 1. Cool dad Jacob Hughes, from Erie, Colo., posted this YouTube video of his rebel-in-training kiddo Ryan taking the reigns on his Harley-Davidson. 136 more words

Model Kim Jin Kyung | Heavily Criticized for CL Look-A-Like Reaction + Blackjacks Flood Instagram

This is a very familiar story. It seems that once in a while, an idol is on a show and the host says, “You look a lot like so-and-so”, the idol responds in a way fans and don’t like and suddenly they’re disrespectful.  154 more words


Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing

So often in today’s society you read news articles covering people’s outrage over something unworthy of anyone’s fury. From the outcry that the Rebel Flag be removed from everywhere forever to the recent freakout over the tacky frat boys’ signs about freshman girls. 197 more words