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A Missouri cop is in hot water for these racist Facebook posts 

A Kansas City, Mo. cop has found himself in hot water after posting a spree of thinly veiled racist images on Facebook deemed serious enough to constitute a personnel issue, according to the city police department.
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micdotcom:

A Missouri cop is in hot water for these racist Facebook posts 

A Kansas City, Mo. cop has found himself in hot water after posting a spree of thinly veiled racist images on Facebook deemed serious enough to constitute a personnel issue, according to the city police department.

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"Beyond unemployment and underemployment, the percentage of full-time working poor has grown significantly. US workers are presently producing twice as much wealth per work hour than they were in 1980. Instead of median incomes doubling since then, they have stagnated. The gap between wealth production and median income is now at an all-time high."

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"Hard work is its own reward," taken literally.

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liberalsarecool:

John Fugelsang sums up the right wing amorality and detached political standards of conservative media.

liberalsarecool:

John Fugelsang sums up the right wing amorality and detached political standards of conservative media.

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playfulconversation:

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imjohnlocked:

playfulconversation:

this is literally the greatest post on tumblr

this post was sent from heaven

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micdotcom:

3 reasons Mo’Ne Davis’ ‘Sports Illustrated’ cover is an ever bigger deal that you realize 

1. When there’s a woman on the cover, she’s almost always with a man — or in a swimsuit.
When a woman is featured on the SI cover, she’s most often either in a swimsuit or accompanied by a man — like UConn’s Diana Taurasi with Emeka Okafor in 2003 or UNC’s Rashanda McCants with Tyler Hansbrough in 2008. Covers featuring actual female athletes by themselves are exceedingly rare, with only the U.S. gymnastics team (i2012) and Hope Solo (20011) getting the call in recent years.
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micdotcom:

3 reasons Mo’Ne Davis’ ‘Sports Illustrated’ cover is an ever bigger deal that you realize 

1. When there’s a woman on the cover, she’s almost always with a man — or in a swimsuit.

When a woman is featured on the SI cover, she’s most often either in a swimsuit or accompanied by a man — like UConn’s Diana Taurasi with Emeka Okafor in 2003 or UNC’s Rashanda McCants with Tyler Hansbrough in 2008. Covers featuring actual female athletes by themselves are exceedingly rare, with only the U.S. gymnastics team (i2012) and Hope Solo (20011) getting the call in recent years.

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