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Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Donald Trump deletes offensive ‘illegals’ tweet attacking rival Jeb Bush’s Mexican wife

Showing that he sometimes is made aware that he has gone too far, 2016 GOP presidential contender Donald Trump deleted an offensive tweet aimed at rival Jeb Bush’s wife.
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Scott Walker’s wife and sons disagree with him on same-sex marriage

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker drew criticism last week for his strident response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that effectively legalized same-sex marriage – which he called a “grave mistake."
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We’re gonna need a bigger mattress: Texas lawmakers want to hide their gold from Obama but don’t know where

Texas lawmakers who voted in June to create a state-run gold depository beyond the reach of the federal government left the state comptroller’s office with a small problem: where do they store the gold?
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Arizona man who led anti-Muslim rally now angry at Walmart for pulling Confederate merchandise

The man who led an anti-Muslim rally at a Phoenix mosque in May, only to later launch an ill-fated attempt to raise $10 million online after he claimed his life was in danger, showed up for a pro-Confederate flag rally at a local Walmart.
John Kyle Schwab

Americans celebrate World Cup in most awful way possible: ‘Japs haven’t seen a blast like that since Hiroshima’

The U.S. dropped an atom bomb called “Little Boy” Aug. 6, 1945, on the city of Hiroshima, killing an estimated 80,000 people immediately. A second atomic bomb, “Fat Man,” was dropped Aug. 9, 1945, on the city of Nagasaki, immediately killing about 40,000 people.
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NYPD and NYC attorneys accused of destroying proof that cops are writing bogus tickets to hit quotas

In an exclusive report by the New York Daily News, the NYPD and city attorneys have been accused of colluding with each other to cover up evidence that New York City cops have been writing thousands of bogus tickets after being pressured by their superiors to hit quotas.
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Gawker vs. Hulk Hogan — and the future of the First Amendment

Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against Gawker Media over the publication of the former professional wrestler’s sex tape is the latest case that pits a celebrity’s privacy rights against the Bill of Rights.
A League of the South rally (screenshot/leagueofthesouth.com)

Black people are not ‘equal’: This is how the League of the South recruits a new generation on the web

The League of the South (LOS) promotes its brand through a multimedia web domain that features videos, photographs, and articles promoting white supremacy.
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‘I like Jews about as much as Hitler': Son of former FDNY head rehired after resigning over racist tweets

“Getting sick of picking up all these Obama lovers and taking them to the hospital because their Medicare pays for an ambulance and not a cab,” Cassano tweeted.