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Fox News Calls UConn Huskies 'NAACP' Champs
The UConn Huskies are the 2014 national champions of the 'NAACP', according to Fox News. Read more...
Sen. Tim Scott Says The Left Is Afraid Black College Students Will Become Conservatives
Sen. Tim Scott says that the criticism from most of the African American community isn't about his skin color, but that they are afraid of how his message is being received by black students. Sorry, no sale. Read more...
NC Warns Court About 'Womanless' Marriages To Defend Gov. McCrory's Ban On NAACP Protests
A Superior Court judge in Raleigh on Monday gave the NAACP permission to rally at the State Capital building to protest the Republican-controlled legislature after Gov. Pat McCrory's (R) administration refused to approve a permit for the group. Read more...
Duck Dynasty Patriarch Placed On Indefinite Leave After Anti-Gay Remarks
Following anti-gay comments in an interview, the duck call king may have seen his final curtain call. Read more...
Ray Kelly: 'No Question' People Will Die If Stop-and-Frisk Is Ended
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on Sunday asserted that people would die if the city's controversial policy of stopping and frisking suspects without a warrant was halted. Read more...

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Moral Monday Hits The Road: Thousands Protest In Asheville
With the North Carolina state legislature in recess, Moral Mondays – the Forward Together Movement – began a march across the state, with 10,000 rallying in Asheville, NC. Read more...
And the race baiting on Fox continues unabated. It doesn't matter how many times this story has been debunked, they're going to continue the fearmongering over the New Black Panthers Party. Read more...
Last Monday, Raleigh, North Carolina saw what Think Progress called "The Biggest Liberal Protest Of 2013," Moral Monday 8. The legislature plans to cut off federal unemployment to 70,000 of the state's unemployed on July 1. Read more...
I guess ABC thinks that Fox employees Karl Rove and Paul Gigot aren't getting quite enough air time on their Republican propaganda network, because they decided to allow the two of them to continue to dumb down the public dialog on this Sunday's This Week With George Stephanopoulos. Read more...
Wow. I admit I'm surprised to read that none other than Michelle Malkin is defending Obama over the Associated Press <a href="http://michellemalkin.com/2008/01/24/fisa-frenzy-yes-there-are-still-differences-between-the-gop-and-the-dems/">wiretapping scandal.</a> Read more...