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Hari Kari Public Service Pledge

Hari Kari Public Service Pledge

Tired of politicians playing grab ass while the average person is hurting? (The gap between rich and poor has quadrupled in the past 30 years)  Sick of corporate interests determining the direction of the country instead of the the public good? Fed up with fear-mongering politicians treating voters like imbeciles? Thinking of leaving the country for greener pastures? Wait. Don’t leave yet. Demand accountability. Demand that your...

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Georgia Tries to Win Latinos Back With A “Baby, Please…” Letter & A Mix Tape

Georgia Tries to Win Latinos Back With A “Baby, Please…” Letter & A Mix Tape

Georgia is just one of many states to introduce an SB1070 copycat law and skip arm-in-arm with Arizona down the no-nonsense, iron-fisted-crackdown path as a way to deal with undocumented workers. Recently, however, the unforeseen consequences of the official break-up has left Georgia wondering if there’s maybe the tiniest chance that the decision was a bit on the impulsive side, even shortsighted. Approximately half of Georgia’s...

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Hari Kari: Samurais Teach Us How To Motivate Lawmakers

Hari Kari: Samurais Teach Us How To Motivate Lawmakers

We can learn a lot from Samurais. Aside from making cameos in Wu-Tang Clan albums and rocking ponytails rivaled only by one Steven Seagal, Samurais lived life according to a rigid code of honor. This code demanded much of the Samurai, and, if ever jeopardized or violated, asked them to pay dearly to restore that precious honor. Currently, there is nothing like this holding politicians accountable for their actions (or inaction) while in...

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Starving Ethiopian Children Really Concerned About Potential US Default

Starving Ethiopian Children Really Concerned About Potential US Default

The US is racing against the clock to reach an agreement on the debt ceiling.  Financial institutions threaten to crumble and American citizens fear that their fundamental fiscal world will soon be no more.  Upon hearing of the imminent disaster from two gossipy Red Cross workers in a nearby town, a group of Ethiopian children stopped sifting through heaps of trash in search of food and expressed their concern for US citizens. “It...

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Sinvergüenza Spotlight: Lone Alligator Found Thriving In Arizona Desert

Sinvergüenza Spotlight: Lone Alligator Found Thriving In Arizona Desert

Large alligators in the United States usually make their homes in swamps, marshes, and the New York sewer system. The bayous of Louisiana and the Florida swamplands are popular areas for these lethal creatures. So, imagine how little 7 yr old alligator fan, Federico Torres, felt when he saw one walking upright down the streets of Phoenix smiling that deceptive smile and licking her chops. The scaly, sun-beaten, leathery skin. The killer,...

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