Category: Politics

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Venezuelan Protests Turn Violent [21 Photos]

Thousands of protesters from various political factions gathered in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas to protest President Nicolas Maduro. It’s the biggest protest Maduro has faced since becoming president last year after the death of former president Hugo Chavez. Maduro condemned the protests as a coup d’etat led by opposition…

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North Korea As Seen Through Instagram [25 Photos]

Photographer David Guttenfelder of the Associated Press uses his Instagram account, dguttenfelder, to share his photos of the notoriously “camera shy” nation of North Korea. For his incredible work in the secretive, Communist nation, David was honored with the title of TIME Instagram Photographer of the Year for 2013. How…

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Chris Farley Stars In Rob Ford: The Movie

Everyone has made jokes about how similar Toronto’s hilariously troubled mayor Rob Ford is to Chris Farley’s characters, and no someone has actually done something about it. Taking footage from a ton of Farley’s movies, YouTube user Tristan Gough made an awesome trailer for Rob Ford: The Movie. If you…

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Rob Ford Soundboard

Let’s hear it for BroBible for finding the Rob Ford Soundboard, allowing you to entertain yourself for hours while listening to Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s amazing soundbites on such topics as smoking crack and oral sex. I clicked the “prostitution” button so much I was almost put in a trance…

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The State Where Obamacare Is Working

With so many stories about the problems with the Affordable Care Act in the news, it seems like it’s just not working out at all. Thankfully, that’s not true. Apparently Arkansas is making some progress and its residents are seeing benefits.  If the success continues, perhaps the state can stand…

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U.S. Government Shutdown: Day 1 (25 Photos)

Our ever responsible and totally mature congressmen reached an impasse last night, causing 800,000 government workers to be furloughed. We’re not even done with the first day of this shutdown, and already the effects are quite obvious. Thanks to social media, pictures of closed national parks, monuments, and even government…