“Iran intelligence officials arrested the four men and two women early Wednesday in raids that officials of the internationalist faith say are reminiscent of the deadly sweeps of the 1980s.”
“The Thursday evening incident at a Valero gas station in Sacramento came just hours after the California Supreme Court issued a ruling overturning a state ban on same-sex marriages.”
“the advocacy group Women’s Voices, Women Vote has been bombarded by accusations that it was behind a series of ‘robocalls’ (automated calls) received by African Americans in North Carolina in the days preceding the primary.”
“The “R” word— retarded. This word is used so loosely in today’s language. Kids use it, adults use it, famous people use it and the media print it as if it is OK; a descriptive expression embraced by the masses.”
“”What really surprised me about the Native American veterans was the patriotism,” Wilson said. “To see that patriotism for a country that has treated them so badly over the years, that was the thing that really struck me.”"
“Black Panther is a great hero, but does come from the fictional African nation of Wakanda and comes from royalty. While there’s still room for improvement, there’s definitely several black superheroes I’d love to see in an animated series.”
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