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  1. Actors Up And Quit 'Ferguson' The Play When They Realize...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    "Ferguson"-a play featuring the live, staged reenactment of the death of Michael Brown - is set to debut Sunday in Los Angeles, California. Several cast members quit less than a week before the play's debut because once they read the script, they didn't think it did enough to portray Michael Brown in a positive light.

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  2. Catholic School REVERSES Expulsion Of Girl Who Was Absent Because Of CANCERRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    Officials at a Catholic middle school in Battle Creek, Mich. have now decided it would be world-historically lousy to expel a 12-year-old girl who had too many absences because she was busy fighting acute lymphoblastic leukemia - cancer of the blood cells.

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  3. Madison, Wisconsin Schools Seek To Take Over Routine Childcare Tasks From Poor ParentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    Four public schools in the Madison, Wis. school district will soon begin providing a plethora of parenting services to students including breakfasts, dinners, doctor's visits and homework help.

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  4. Claim: Rick Snyder To Make 2016 Presidential RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    At least so says former Republican Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman. At the sidelines of the Republican Jewish Coalition's Spring Meeting at the Venetian Hotel, Coleman said that he had recently talked to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the governor told him he is planning to launch a White House bid.

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  5. Iranian Jews In Israel Concerned About Nuke DealRead the original story

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    A picture shows the skyline of Jerusalem with the Dome of the Rock mosque, at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the city's old city, where thousands of Muslim pilgrims crowded for the first Friday noon prayer of Ramadan on September 5, 2008. Israel beefed up its police deployments in Jerusalem as tens of thousands of Muslim faithful were expected to attend the first Friday prayers of Ramadan at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the Old City.

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  6. Union Attacks Goodyear For Opening Plant In MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    After the tire manufacture Goodyear announced plans to open a plant in Mexico, officials for the United Steelworkers Friday called the move disappointing but not surprising. "USW members at Goodyear have been willing partners and have repeatedly shown their commitment to championing the success of the company," USW International President Leo W. Gerard said in a statement .

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  7. 'Reformed' Egypt Will Still Bust You For BlasphemyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    Despite Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's insistence that Islam must undergo a "revolution" and resist extremism, his government continues to prosecute blasphemy cases at roughly the same rates as his predecessors. Recent reports have noted that prosecutions have especially increased in the last half-year against atheists, who often face accusations of apostasy from Islam or of associated moral offenses.

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  8. Abercrombie & Fitch Drops Hotness Requirement For WorkersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Caller

    Abercrombie's so-called "Look policy" rigorously controlled the appearance of the company's employees so they could mesh with the company's preppy, super-fit image. Mustaches, French-tip manicures, and even certain hair-care products were forbidden for employees, as were extravagant jewelry and exotic hairstyles.

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  9. "Uncle Sam bullied the non-Communist (perhaps even...Read the original story

    Saturday | Babalu Blog

    "Uncle Sam bullied the non-Communist Castro into arms of Mother Russia" "Would Cuba have clung so tenaciously to dictatorial communism had Washington sought to engage - instead of isolate - Castro and the Cuban people?...Noticeably absent from Castro's entire American tour was any hint of admiration for, or association with, Soviet Communism. Castro vehemently denied any affiliation, telling a reporter on the DC leg of his trip: "We are against all kinds of dictators.

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  10. "Mila Kunis being sued for allegedly 'stealing' a chicken as a child"Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Overlawyered

    If you dream of being a celebrity, consider whether you really want to turn yourself into a lawsuit magnet: a woman who says she grew up in Ukraine with actress Mila Kunis claims that when they were about five years old Kunis took a beloved chicken away from her; "she could not get over the loss and became an 'emotional wreck,' who required therapy."

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  11. Lesbians Claim "Mental Rape" After Christian Family Wouldn't Bake Them CakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Gateway Pundit

    Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer ( pictured ) sued Aaron and Melissa Klein of Sweet Cakes Bakery, forcing it to close its doors and won damages which will bankrupt the family. The Bowman-Cryers claimed they felt "mentally raped" in a list of 88 symptoms of emotional distress at being refused a cake.

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  12. Republican stance on death penalty appears to be shiftingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Fox News

    FILE: Undated: A handout picture from San Quentin State Prison showing a lethal-injection room at the facility, in San Quentin, Calif. Nebraska's Republican-dominated Legislature is making a concerted push to do away with the state's death penalty, the latest sign of cracks in conservatives' once-bedrock support for capital punishment.

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  13. Bruce Jenner and Dog The Bounty Hunter Come OutRead the original story

    Saturday | Outside the Beltway

    Bruce Jenner has come out to Diane Sawyer admitting what most had already suspected: that he's Republican and a Christian. Meanwhile, Dog the Bounty Hunter has endorsed Hillary Clinton for the presidency.

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  14. Political Experts Who Don't Understand PoliticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Outside the Beltway

    Lee Hamilton and Vin Weber have "joined 47 other experts in governance and democracy" to call for nonsensical reforms to the presidential debate process. In particular: The outcome we want is simple: to create a viable competition for a third spot on the debate stage.

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  15. Ye Olde Amendment PloyRead the original story

    Saturday | Outside the Beltway

    One of the things that a politicians can do to immediately underscore to me their total cynicism vis-a-vis their own supporters is to propose a constitutional amendment on a highly controversial subject. Days before the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex marriage, Senator Ted Cruz has filed two bills to protect states that bar gay couples from marrying.

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  16. Today's Must-readRead the original story

    Saturday | PoliPundit

    The 56-page lawsuit against Columbia University for actively helping that rape chick with the mattress ruin that innocent guy's life. The chick is crazy, the guy is confused, and the art teacher behind the mattress project is well, read this and decide for yourself: "The impulse was there for her to carry the bed around, and she didn't necessarily have the information as to how that would fit into the context or the history of performance art.

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  17. Only in America: American operative for Cuba's violently...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Babalu Blog

    The A.J. Mustie Institute, named after a famous pacifist, started with the express purpose of "supporting nonviolence and social justice." Now, the institute has a new executive director and has sent out a fundraising letter from convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.

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  18. Obama's comedy, Hollywood star gazing to be top draw at White House correspondence dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Fox News

    The White House Correspondents' Association dinner is set to begin Saturday evening, with celebrity watching and President Obama's late-night comedy routine expected to again be the highlights of the annual Washington event. The roughly 101-year-old, white-tie gathering of White House reporters, high-profile politicians, their high-powered staffers and other Washington insiders has in recent years faced increasing criticism about becoming more of a red-carpet affair and less of a charity event.

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  19. GOOOOOOOOOALRead the original story

    Saturday | IMAO

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  20. Remember the Flat Tax?Read the original story

    Saturday | Memeorandum

    Remember the Flat Tax? - It's still a good idea. - Almost exactly 20 years ago, a gawky conservative renegade magazine publisher named Steve Forbes threw his hat in the ring for the 1996 GOP presidential nomination. Forbes's run was first seen as a joke.

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