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To say that a durag sets up a black man for failure is ignorant, at best.
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So bad even Paul Ryan almost grew a spine. Almost.
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“There’s about 30,000 half-breeds up in Robeson County and we are going to have some cross burnings and scare them up.”
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“The heavens are going to be littered with radioactive debris.”
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My proposal is simplicity itself. It is the epitome of an enlightened, humane and just policy.
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The Democratic Senate Leader has been hearing from his constituents a lot lately, demanding he stand up and fight. That’s the message brought by Indivisible Nation BK.
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Countries like Ireland and Argentina are repealing or reforming archaic laws on abortion. The United States is regressing.
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A human rights activist gives an eyewitness account of sordid conditions in the border detention centers––conditions that persist despite the President's recent policy reversal.
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Local D.C. law says marijuana cannot be sold legally, but enterprising entrepreneurs have found another way.
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Being a whistleblower is often not appreciated at the time the whistle is blown.
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