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Politician Steven Joyce Gets Hit In The Face By A Flung Dildo!

On Thursday, the controversial Trans Pacific Partnership agreement — one of the biggest multinational trade deals ever — was signed by all of its 12 member nations in Auckland. The deal involves the US, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Chile and Peru, who all now …

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Florida Mayoral Candidate Goes On A Racist Tirade!

Congemi, 60, a Republican long-shot in St. Petersburg’s mayoral race, seized headlines at Tuesday’s forum with his invective, which was laced with Barack Obama references and suggestions about Florida-to-Africa flight plans. “Mr. Nevel, you and your people talk about reparations,” he said, mentioning Jesse Nevel, a white campaign opponent who …

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Top 10 Blatant Examples Of Nepotism In The US Presidency

Many recent headlines have brought attention to accusations that the new president of the United States is practicing nepotism. Although not entirely unfounded, this is nothing new when it comes to people behind the desk at the Oval Office. Presidential nepotism is almost as old as the presidency itself. For …

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10 Reasons Trump Won The Presidency

Donald Trump is the next president of the United States.Two years ago, that sentence would have seemed satirical. Just last month, it sounded implausible to many. Yet Trump’s meteoric rise isn’t a joke. Nor is it just the story of some plucky underdog. The 45th president’s path to success was …

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10 Terrifying Tales About History’s Most Corrupt Leader

Suharto ruled Indonesia for 31 years, and he managed to take some $35 billion from his country in the process. According to Transparency International, that statistically makes him the most corrupt leader in history—and, by extension, the most corrupt human being to have ever lived. Yet his disturbing and complex …

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10 Crazy Consequences Of America’s Dirtiest Election

A petition signed by over three million people is asking the Electoral College to change their votes from Trump to Clinton. It’s a crazy and dangerous idea—but it’s not unprecedented. We’ve done this before.In 1824, John Quincy Adams became president even though he lost the election. It was as bad …

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