A controversial new advertising campaign is exploding in major cities all across America with the message that everyone from crazy old aunts to people with tattoos to the genetically privileged “deserve to die.”
There have been allegations before that certain reality TV shows — like ‘Cash Cab’ — are fake, but the website Hooked on Houses claims to have conclusive first-hand proof that HGTV’s ‘House Hunters,’ which follows people as they search for a new home, is heavily scripted. Wait, you mean the couple from Montana didn’t want the three-bedroom, 2.5 bath fixer-upper???
The state of Georgia has found itself in a sticky situation after the Ku Klux Klan applied to “adopt” a mile-long stretch of highway and keep it clean, a move that would result in a road sign advertising the group’s efforts.
The principal at a Coney Island, NY elementary school is under fire from both parents and some members of the community after she banned the kids from singing Lee Greenwood’s patriotic anthem ‘God Bless the USA’ at a kindergarten graduation.
But you won’t believe what she says they can sing.
A 14-year-old radio “host” – and please, we use that term loosely -- engaged in an on-air rant to say that homosexuality is not natural and that it’s a choice. The West Virginian-based Caiden Cowger is not quite an orator, but he does attempt a fire-and-brimstone style when saying, “It’s not mandatory. The person is not born that way, no matter what Lady Gaga says. It is a decision. It’s getting worse where I’m at.”
E. L. James’ trilogy “Fifty Shades of Grey” continues to create buzz almost a full year after its release. A couple weeks ago, it was banned by a library in Florida, causing soccer moms to kick up their crazy level. Then, innocent cutesy Disney Star Selena Gomez spoofed it with, ‘Fifty Shades of Blue.’
Teachers and management in Prince Rupert, a province of British Columbia, Canada, are currently embroiled in a labor dispute. Now one teacher has been scolded for violating a ban on political messages in schools by having a quote from a Dr. Seuss book visible in her car that was parked on school property.
Confused by reports that his autistic son had suddenly become violent at school, New Jersey dad Stuart Chaifetz made the child wear a recording device in an attempt get to the bottom of things. Shockingly, he discovered that a teacher and a teacher’s aide were verbally abusing learning-disabled children at Horace Mann Elementary School in the town of Cherry Hill.
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