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GOP Congressman Proposes That Poor Students Sweep Floors In Exchange For Lunch

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WASHINGTON — Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) wants kids to learn early in life that there’s no such thing as a free lunch.

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Major Airline: Hell No On In-Flight Calls

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Delta Air Lines says it won’t allow passengers to make voice calls from its planes. CEO Richard Anderson says the airline’s frequent fliers believe that voice calls in the cabin would disrupt the travel experience.

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Report: Mississippi Children Handcuffed In School For Not Wearing A Belt

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A recent Department of Justice lawsuit that called the criminalization of school disciplinary offenses as minor as dress code violations so arbitrary and severe as to “shock the conscience” publicized some of the most egregious punishment at…

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“Saturday Night Live” on the Toomey-Manchin gun control compromise

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There’s no chance Joe Manchin ever thought he would wind up on “Saturday Night Live”.

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President Obama’s Budget Revives Benefits as Divisive Issue

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President Obama’s proposal to trim future Medicare and Social Security benefits as part of a deficit compromise could force Democrats to take an uncomfortable stand on a measure that is unpopular with their base.

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Marco Rubio Is Determined To Make US Citizenship Extremely Difficult To Obtain

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“It would actually be cheaper if they went back home.”

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NPR - Tupac Inspired The Arab Spring Revolution
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NPR - Tupac Inspired The Arab Spring Revolution

Not only is Tupac a million times more popular in Libya than in America, but his music had a huge influence in spurring the revolution that started there a couple years ago. This is why we need real hip-hop in the world, and not just radio bullshit. NPR actually has multiple stories like this, all of which beautifully illustrate the life changing power of music, and how this profound human connection through music isn’t defined by skin color, race, religion, or where you grew up. It’s a truly universal art that any human can fully embrace and live by. Long live Tupac and real hip-hop!

Didn’t know this.