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High School Apologizes For Students Wearing Red, White, And Blue At Basketball Game

Matt Vespa, Patriotism Is Problematic. Here’s another reason why Trump won the election. Patriotism is somehow problematic and the latest incident occurred in Iowa, where students wore red, white, and blue that triggered the opposing team, which had players from families who are refugees. I’m not making this up (via WHOtv): The Valley High School-Des

Iranian film depicts destruction of US warships in Gulf

TruNews (DUBAI, UAE) A full-length animated film depicting an armed confrontation between Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and the U.S. Navy is soon to open in Iranian cinemas, amid rising tensions over President Donald Trump’s hardening rhetoric against Tehran. The director of the “Battle of Persian Gulf II”, Farhad Azima, said that it was a remarkable coincidence

Royal Wins will update their online casinos in Australia

Representatives of the Royal Wins Australian studio announced the launch of an updated version of its online casino.   Royal Wins company is preparing to launch an updated online casino, which will provide an opportunity to gamble for money. This month-to-date service will provide customers with the opportunity to participate in skill-based games, as well as

Yggdrasil Gaming is about to enter the Italian gambling market

Yggdrasil Gaming – began preparations to enter the regulated online market in Italy.   Yggdrasil Gaming – software developer for the live internet casinos is preparing for certification in the regulator of gambling in Italy. Programs must pass all tests, to meet the technical requirements of the market in the country.   Eleven popular slots of the

Campus Hypocrisy: Slavery and rape aren’t wrong when Muslims do it

Daniel Greenfield, The Rape and Slavery That No Campus Will Condemn. “I don’t think it’s morally evil to own somebody.”  “A male owner of a female slave has the right to sexual access to her.”  These views don’t come from an ISIS underground bunker, but out of the brilliantly lit halls of Georgetown University where

Nintendo’s mobile Mario game sets download record but pricing proves sticking point

Nintendo Co Ltd’s first Mario smartphone title has set a download record but gamers baulked at the one-time cost of unlocking content, prompting investors to push the Japanese game makers’ stock to a one-month low. Super Mario Run hit 25 million downloads just four days after its Dec. 15 release in 151 countries on Apple Inc’s

The Unpopular Truth About The Popular Vote

Derek Hunter,  Have you heard the news that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote? Unless you live under a rock you likely have stumbled across a barista or aspiring novelist mumbling something about how the Electoral College is unfair and undemocratic and how electors should follow “the will of the people” and vote for Hillary