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Winter is coming - but you don't have to stay inside. And if you do, make sure you've got some quality TV instead of those Friends reruns. We've rounded up 10 of best new movies, TV series, concerts and books for December and January. Enjoy - we know we will. 1. Madonna’s “Rebel Heart” Tour Holiday! Celebrate! The Material Girl is currently ripping up the road bringing her tricked-out live show to 20 cities in North America and 16 cities in Europe and the U.K. through the end of 2015,...
    It happened again: another mass shooting. In San Bernardino, California yesterday, a heavily armed man and woman killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 17, according to the New York Times. As Obama said after a previous mass shooting, “We are the only advanced country on earth that sees these kinds of mass shootings every few months….Somehow this has become routine. The reporting is routine. My response here at this podium ends up being routine. The conversation in the aftermath of it.  We've become numb to...
Welp…Fox News has me hating everything and it’s not even noon yet y’all. I guess that on Tuesday’s edition of The O’Reilly Factor, filthy old Billy boy and other annoying white minions spewed some classically white garbage. In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, there’s been a growing conversation about whiteness and white privilege…it’s not like it took us several hundred years to get to that point and countless lives to get there. How many people of color have had to die for us...
  Last month, The Atlantic published an article, Who Took Care of Rosie the Riveter’s Kids?, that explores the historical background of public childcare, going back to the necessity for publically funded daycare in WWII when the presence of women in the workforce boomed when men were off at war. The program, under the Lanham Act, allowed for war-related government grants to cover childcare programs, and in every state aside from New Mexico there were childcare centers where thousands of kids – between 550,000 and 600,000 thousand by...
Blathering misogynist and human Muppet Ted Cruz, who is also running for President of the United States of America, went on a comically awkward sex-talk spiral at a campaign event in Iowa on Monday. During the Q&A portion of the event, a member of the audience asked about "making contraception available to women who want to control their own bodies." Cruz’s response was a cocktail of uncomfortable and inaccurate, talking about condom vending machines when he was in college, being happy he only has two daughters...