Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Randi`s Homework May 14th 2014

s Homework - Wed, May 14, 2014



Former L.A. Clippers G.M. Elgin Baylor On Donald Sterling's Punishment: Justice Has Been Served
Bill O'Reilly: The Media's Call To Expose Racism Is A 'Vigilante Situation'!
Magic Johnson in CNN exclusive: I'm Going To Pray For Donald Sterling
Rush's Latest Rant: Hillary Clinton And Michelle Obama 'Sympathize With Boko Haram'
Jon Stewart Starts #F*Ckyourush Hashtag Takedown Of Limbaugh For Attacking Michelle Obama Over Kidnapped Nigerian Girls
Jon Stewart And Jason Jones Also Tackle Money, Speech, And Oligarchy In America
Stephen Colbert: Pope Francis's Crusade Against Capitalism
Al Gore On GOP Climate Deniers: It's Not Complicated - Blame The Koch Brothers For The GOP's Climate Change Denial.
Photo Credits:Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

The Insane Right

Fox News' Psycho-Social #Benghazi World: The Right's Fear Of Facts And The "Reality-Based Community"
Dana Milbank: The Birth Of A New "Scandal" Blaming Hillary Clinton For The Nigerian Kidnappings
Ana Marie Cox: Karl Rove's Comments About Hillary Clinton's 'Brain Damage' Are An Outrage
Cliven Bundy Backs Down: Says God Didn't Ask Us To Sue The Feds After All
GOP Super-Donor On Politicians They Support: "Most Of These People...They're Unemployable"
Polling Confirms: Southern Whites' Loyalty To G.O.P. Nearing That Of Blacks To Democrats
Peggy McIntosh: White Privilege - Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack
Photo Credits: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Fragging Themselves: The GOP's War On the Poor

Poor Kentucky Has No Stomach For Obama, Even If He Backs Programs They Depend On
Boehner Admits Income Inequality Is A Problem, But As Usual, Offers No Solution
Paul Ryan's Approach To Poverty Is Straight Out Of The 19th Century
The Republicans' War On The Poor: Pushing To Decimate Food-Stamp Programs, Punishing The Most Vulnerable Just Out Of Sheer Spite
The GOP Doesn't Want to Admit How Much It Hates the Minimum Wage
One Wal-Mart Worker's Personal Nightmare: What It's Really Like Working At Walmart
Photo Credits: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Losing the GOP Civil War: Is the Tea Party Really Being Defeated?

Tea Party Bounces Back In Nebraska & West Virginia - But Can It Last?
The Tea Party's Supposed Big Fundraising Problem
The Tea Party Is Falling Fast in Its Battle With The GOP Establishment
Gun Nuts & Tea Party Extremist's "Operation American Spring" March On Washington, DC Promises To Drive President Obama From Office This Friday
Photo Credits: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images

Donald Sterling: Sound and Fury vs. Real Racism

Hate Sells: Magazine Sales Rise As Coverage Of Ongoing Sterling Racism Story Fills Headlines
William Saletan: The Tragedy Of Donald Sterling - He's Too Horrified By Racism To Recognize It In Himself
Criticizing Racists Doesn't Stop Racism
Killed By Donald Sterling's Racism
Photo Credits:ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images

Serious Reason For Concern

Climate Change Deemed Growing Security Threat By Pentagon Military Researchers
Climate Change Warnings: The Big, Scary News About Melting Antarctic Ice Is Just The Beginning...
Polar Vortex Revealed Limits Of Trucking Industry Still Recovering From Financial Crisis
Putting Out The Fire: 3 Reasons Why President Obama's Proposed Reforms To The Wildfire Budget Are Critical For Climate Change & Our Budgets
Not Impossible: Germany Sets New Record, Generating 74 Percent Of Energy Needs From Renewable Energy
Photo Credits: Steven Kazlowski / Barcroft Media / Getty Images

Politics & Policy

President Obama Gives GOP A Soft Ultimatum: On Immigration, You Have Three Months
Paul Krugman: What The American People (Don't) Know About The Deficit Is Scary - But Not All That Surprising
The GOP's Incredible Disappearing Quest To Repeal Obamacare
Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), Longest-Serving African American In Congress, To Challenge Election Law That's Now Keeping Him Off Primary Ballot
Photo Credits: Win McNamee/Getty Images


Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho's Same-Sex Marriage Ban As Unconstitutional
'Unfinished Receivers,' A Gun Part That Is Sold Separately, Lets Some People Get Around Laws
In Google Case, E.U. Court Says People Are Entitled To Control Their Own Online Histories
Photo Credits: BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

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