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Maher: U.S. needs to give up war addiction and define ‘peace as strength’

On this week’s edition of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” host Bill Maher told Americans who are so eager to go to war with North Korea that the U.S. has been addicted to war for too long and needs to start defining “peace as strength.” In the last part of…

For hundreds of years, Japan’s cherry blossoms have symbolized life and death

Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Washington, D.C., shot and edited by Cindy Huang. After a chilly start to spring on the East Coast, cherry trees are in full bloom in Washington, D.C. But the trees’ pink and white blossoms are not just beautiful. They’ve been an evolving symbol of……

Maher: Liberals are too scared to say ‘the 2nd Amendment is bullsh-t’

Real Time host Bill Maher castigated liberals on Friday for not standing up for themselves in what he called the constant “center-right” debate on gun safety issues. “Everyone on the left is so afraid to say what should be said,” Maher told his panel. “Which is, the Second Amendment is…

‘Star Wars’ parody puts Disney characters in a galaxy far, far away

If you weren’t happy to hear about Disney’s acquisition of the studio behind the Star Wars franchise, the parody “Return of the Empire” probably won’t put your mind at ease. But everybody else will probably get a few laughs out of it. Director Sam Macaroni’s seven-minute-plus fanfilm takes the company’s…

Gay Republican blasts GOP committee member over party platform

The head of a gay Republican organization accused a member of the Republican National Committee (RNC) on Friday of putting them in danger of losing future elections following the committee’s decision to include resolutions against same-sex marriage in the party platform. “That is a fantastic way of giving Democrats fodder…

Georgia state officials resign after report on drunken ‘fraternity party’

Two top officials at the Georgia Department of Agriculture resigned for their involvement in a party at a state-owned resort that allegedly resembled “a college fraternity party” and included several employees skinny-dipping. WXIA-TV reported on Thursday that Deputy Commissioner Oscar Garrison and Chief Operating Officer Billy Skaggs were “allowed to…

Former Georgw W. Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino raps response to Jay-Z’s Cuba song

Friday on Fox News, former White House press secretary Dana Perino vented her frustration with pop stars Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s decision to visit Cuba by composing a rap of her own. Re-dubbing herself “Tiny D-Day P,” Perino did her best, rhyming “white like Casper” with her dog’s name, Jasper, but…

Moyers: ‘Narcissistic’ government has created ‘United States of Inequality’

In a dispatch from California’s Silicon Valley, Bill Moyers points out that while the wealthy are busy hiding their money in secret off-shore accounts, the middle class is disappearing and the poor are homeless. “Inequality matters,” Moyers begins. “You’ll hear people say it doesn’t but they’re usually so high up…

Rep. Stockman floats new slogan: ‘If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted’

Rep. Steve Stockman believes that giving guns to fetuses could completely change the abortion debate. In a message posted to the congressman’s campaign Twitter account on Thursday night, Stockman wrote, “Our campaign bumper sticker: If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted.” The image of a bumper sticker with the…

N.H. police chief faces fine after teen kills self with his service weapon

A New Hampshire police chief could have to pay up to $1,000 in fines after a 15-year-old boy killed himself with the officer’s service weapon. Danville Police Chief Wade Parsons was expected to be charged with one count of negligent storage of a firearm on Friday for leaving his service…

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