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Traumatic Slave Syndrome - The Effects of The Inter-Generational Holocaust In America

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Jon Stewart Fox Has "Most Consistently Misinformed Media Viewers"

Saturday, April 18, 2015

The Jon Stewart Mysteries Presents: The Case of the Iranian Agent! - The Daily Show - Video Clip | A classic Jon Stewart take down of former Vice President Dick Cheney


The Jon Stewart Mysteries Presents: The Case of the Iranian Agent! - The Daily Show - Video Clip | Comedy Central

If U.S. Bombed Iran What Would Actually Happen?

NYTimes: Germanwings Crash Exposes History of Denial on Risk of Pilot Suicide

From Loretta Lynch to Iran, Obama's had enough of the GOP - CSMonitor.com

In the final quarter of his presidency, Barack Obama is going on the offensive, targeting Republican lawmakers on topics from climate change to the Iran nuclear deal to the delayed confirmation of attorney general Loretta Lynch.
WASHINGTON — With a tone of outrage and eye-rolling dismissiveness, President Barack Obama and his White House team are working out their aggressions on Republicans. Well into the final quarter of Obama's presidency the White House approach is, if you can't join 'em, beat 'em.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Elizabeth Warren Hammers The Endless Failures Of Wall Street Regulators

"WASHINGTON -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) assailed the nation's top bank regulators on Wednesday for coddling Wall Street offenders and ducking the responsibilities Congress assigned them in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown."

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Media News, Opinion and Analysis - HuffPost Media



Media News, Opinion and Analysis - HuffPost Media

Best, Brightest — and Saddest? - NYTimes.com

"He made these observations apart from the suicides, for which, he emphasized, “There is no single cause.” He recommended lightening children’s schedules, limiting the number of times that they take the SAT, lessening the message that it’s Stanford or bust, "

A New Phase in Anti-Obama Attacks - NYTimes.com

"It is a line of attack that echoes Republicans’ earlier questioning of Mr. Obama’s American citizenship. Those attacks were blatantly racist in their message — reminding people that Mr. Obama was black, suggesting he was African, and planting the equally false idea that he was secretly Muslim. The current offensive is slightly more subtle, but it is impossible to dismiss the notion that race plays a role in it."

A New Phase in Anti-Obama Attacks - NYTimes.com

"It is a line of attack that echoes Republicans’ earlier questioning of Mr. Obama’s American citizenship. Those attacks were blatantly racist in their message — reminding people that Mr. Obama was black, suggesting he was African, and planting the equally false idea that he was secretly Muslim. The current offensive is slightly more subtle, but it is impossible to dismiss the notion that race plays a role in it."

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Gay conversion therapy survivor speaks about experience As the White House calls for a state-level ban on therapy aimed at “converting” or “repairing” LGBT youth, Alex Wagner talks with Matthew Shurka, the spokesperson for NCLR's Born Perfect campaign, and a survivor of gay conversion therapy. 

http://www.msnbc.com/now/watch/what-gay-conversion-therapy-is-actually-like-425765956001

Gay conversion therapy survivor speaks about experience As the White House calls for a state-level ban on therapy aimed at “converting” or “repairing” LGBT youth, Alex Wagner talks with Matthew Shurka, the spokesperson for NCLR's Born Perfect campaign, and a survivor of gay conversion therapy. 

http://www.msnbc.com/now/watch/what-gay-conversion-therapy-is-actually-like-425765956001

Gay conversion therapy survivor speaks about experienceAs the White House calls for a state-level ban on therapy aimed at “converting” or “repairing” LGBT youth, Alex Wagner talks with Matthew Shurka, the spokesperson for NCLR's Born Perfect campaign, and a survivor of gay conversion therapy. 

http://www.msnbc.com/now/watch/what-gay-conversion-therapy-is-actually-like-425765956001

Rand Paul's outreach to minorities stands out in 2016 campaign | MSNBC

"But the inclusiveness on display during Paul’s announcement soon grew complicated. Critics pointed out that Stephenson, the aforementioned pastor, said in 2010, “the greatest slave owner we’ve ever had is in Washington D.C. and it’s time to stop him.” After introducing Sen. Paul on Tuesday, Stephenson reportedly told members the press “In five years we’ll find out what [Obama’s] real religion is.” 

Paul’s campaign has not commented publicly on Stephenson’s remarks. 

All this raises an important question: Can Paul be an effective voice for diversifying his party?

When he was first running for U.S. Senate in Kentucky back in 2010, his campaign was nearly derailed during an interview with msnbc’s Rachel Maddow when he expressed ambivalence about the 1964 Civil Rights Act."

Our Founding Fathers included Islam - Salon.com

"At a time when most Americans were uninformed, misinformed, or simply afraid of Islam, Thomas Jefferson imagined Muslims as future citizens of his new nation. His engagement with the faith began with the purchase of a Qur’an eleven years before he wrote the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson’s Qur’an survives still in the Library of Congress, serving as a symbol of his and early America’s complex relationship with Islam and its adherents. That relationship remains of signal importance to this day."

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Teacher Tells Chris Christie He Isn't A Good Example For Her Students

"A kindergarten teacher doesn't think New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) is doing a very good job of teaching by example.

At a town hall Monday, Cheryl Meyer told the governor "that she'd had trouble explaining to her students why it was fine for the man who holds the highest office in the state to use words like 'shut up' and 'idiot' when they can't," The Associated Press reported.

"How do you defend that?" she asked, advising the potential 2016 presidential contender that it wouldn't play well on a national stage.

"There are some people who just believe that if you're a public figure, that they're allowed to be rude -- that they can say anything to you and because you're a public figure, you have to respond politely because that's the rule. I don't see it that way," the governor responded, according to Bloomberg."