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Peeple: Harassment is Destiny?

The controversial “Yelp for People” app, Peeple, has launched today for iOS users (their site touts a nauseatingly sanguine “Character is Destiny” tagline). For those who are unfamiliar with the concept, here is the …

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Activism

CNN #DemDebate Liveblog: Election Boogaloo

The CNN Democratic Debate is tonight! Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton are going head to head, as we drudge into the next round of caucuses and primaries. In a couple weeks time, more …

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Activism

#SuperSaturday Results Recap: OK, Now What?

Super Saturday is behind us! Can we stop calling all major voting days “Super” now? Please? Here are the winners: Kansas Republican & Democratic Caucuses Ted Cruz & Bernie Sanders  …

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Skepticism

Michael Shermer Supports Trump, Because Skepticism is a Joke

Michael Shermer, famed skeptic and alleged creep, is apparently supporting Donald Trump during this year’s Presidential Election. When recently interviewed on KRCW, an NPR affiliate, he had this to say: …

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Skepticism

#GOPDebate Liveblog: Trumpocalypse Now

Super Tuesday is behind us, and Trump is still wreaking havoc on the rest of the GOP candidates. While Ben Carson won’t be at the debate (although he hasn’t officially dropped …

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Activism

#SuperTuesday Is Upon Us: Gird Thine Loins

Like it or not, election season is upon us (although it feels like it has been dragging on for a thousand bleak years at this point). Today is Super Tuesday, which means …

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Feminism

Lady Gaga & Joe Biden Bring Awareness to Sexual Assault at the Oscars

  The Oscars are, and continue to be, problematic as all hell. Year after year, the nominees are overwhelmingly white. Straight, cis, able-bodied actors garner awards (and ally cookies) for …

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Skepticism

Hillary Clinton Projected to Win South Carolina

Media outlets are projecting a huge win for Hillary Clinton in today’s South Carolina Democratic Primary, mere moments after the polls closed. As of writing, 87.5% of votes went to Clinton: …

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