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"When pigs fly drones amid a buy, and the rage" - Generate your own fake headline

Citi shareholders topple the former chief has fallen faster in it

Global warming if their improved quality of time for products immune

At the catastrophic floods in two JP Morgan Stanley bond markets

Austerity is it up its future Edward Snowden and China

Itís not completely bought the Snowden of expiration


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His Freudian Slip was showing...







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It's Boogie Down Wednesday!

Watch How Fox News Really Talks About Black America

By Sanders Deionne February 24, 2014

Fox News celebrated Black History Month with five-second clips highlighting the achievements of African-Americans. However, as Media Matters excellently points out, "Let's take a look at how at how Fox News covers issues that affect African-Americans throughout the rest of the year."

The video shows the network typically frames discussions about African-Americans and blackness around criminality, cultural degeneracy and racial inferiority, painting a very broad, disrespectful and stereotypical image of a diverse group that has made great contributions to American society.



On one hand, it might be easy to dismiss Fox News which has a stellar reputation for race-baiting and offensive rhetoric about race and supporting an anti-multicultural agenda. On the other hand, one cannot ignore the possible influence of the most watched cable news network among 25-54 year olds (although viewership is steadily declining). This is particularly true because racial perceptions have very real consequences on fairness and how individuals are treated.

Just take a look at this social experiment conducted by Jason Roberts that recently went viral.

See link: http://www.policymic.com/articles/80797/watch-how-fox-news-talks-about-black-america-and-tell-me-we-don-t-have-a-problem?utm_source=policymicTBLR&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Feb

How Fox News Talks About African-Americans When It's Not Black History Month

Gangsta!

Instead of wasting time there, they could've been at the donut shop


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Embrace Your Truth, My Friend...






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