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This Fiercely Conservative Newspaper Is Endorsing A Democrat For The First Time Ever (VIDEO)

September 28, 2016

The Arizona Republic has a long and storied history of endorsing Republicans for president. That has now changed, and for the first time in the newspaper’s 126-year history, it’s endorsing a Democrat — Hillary Clinton. A definite landmark for this…

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Trump Says Free Speech, Right To Attorney Are Helping Terrorists And It’s ‘Sad’

September 20, 2016

Trump Puts The Bill Rights On The Chopping Block Because He’s So Afraid Of Terrorists Donald Trump offered his opinions about the bombing in Manhattan on Saturday and the arrest of a suspect following a shootout with police, on Monday.…

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‘Sit-In For The 49’ Ends With Arrest Of Activists

July 12, 2016

Protesters Arrested at Marco Rubio’s Florida Office The “sit in for the 49” ended with the arrest of ten activists, who may face misdemeanor charges. rlando police have arrested ten activists who refused to leave a sit-in at the office of…

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Debtors’ Prison: Man Arrested For Unpaid Medical Bill Dies In Custody

February 22, 2016

Ambulance Ride Lands Utah Man In Debtors’ Prison, Where He Dies In Police Custody On Christmas Eve of 2013, Rex Iverson of Bear River City, Utah took a fateful ride in an ambulance, one that would eventually lead to his…

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The Declaration Of Independence Is More Important Than The Constitution

July 4, 2015

Ah, Independence Day. Time to drink heavily, grill salted meat products, and watch things explode. It’s an American holiday on steroids. Amid the usual orgy of patriotism, flags, and eagles, it’s worth taking some time to go back to the document that…

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Married Today, Fired Tomorrow? The Struggle For LGBT Rights Is A Long Way From Over

July 1, 2015

June 26th will forever be remembered as an enormously important day in the history of LGBT rights. In Obergefell v. Hodges the Supreme Court found that marriage may no longer be restricted to opposite gendered couples. This is huge. While the…

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Landmark Gay Marriage Decision About More Than Gay Marriage

June 27, 2015

June 26th, 2015 will be forever remembered as a historic day in the struggle for LGBT equality. In Obergefell v. Hodges, the US Supreme Court struck down state bans on gay marriage and legalized gay marriage across the country. It…

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