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    1. Perhaps Trump should be no surprise: From Nugent to "Duck Dynasty" to Victoria Jackson, the GOP craves celebrity

    2. As Valentine's Day approaches, Alicia Keys is spreading her love to none other than House Speaker Paul Ryan.

    3. Martin Luther King Was a Democratic Socialist

      The Huffington PostJan 18 08:39 AM

      As we celebrate his birthday, it is easy to forget that Rev. Martin Luther King was a democratic socialist. In 1964, accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, he observed that the United States could learn much from Scandinavian "democratic socialism." He often talked about the need to confront "class issues," which he described as "the gulf between the haves and the have-nots." In 1966 King ...

    4. WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As Valentine's Day approaches, Alicia Keys is spreading her love to none other than House Speaker Paul Ryan. In a video for WeAreHereMovement.com, Keys calls on Ryan to bring criminal justice reform legislation to a vote.

    5. SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Cam Newton arrived Monday night with a Super Bowl towel wrapped and knotted around his head, conspicuous as ever. While spending his first news conference end zone-dancing around comments he made last week about life as an African-American quarterback, he sat a mile and a half from the place that gave life to one of the most powerful social statements in American sports. In ...

    6. When Mia Gorman, a fundraiser for President Barack Obama's presidential campaign, watches his final State of the Union address from her Los Angeles home, she'll do so with the knowledge that she and other black women were responsible for making this moment happen. Recently, she reminded a group of parents she hangs with every Wednesday of black female electoral power "Do you guys know that we ...

    7. New research from two Northeastern University professors shows that in the days following Michael Brown's fatal shooting, everyday citizens -- not politicians, celebrities, or other prominent public figures -- were the ones who, using Twitter, shaped the national dialogue.

    8. Political agenda clear as confessions recall tactics of self-criticism common in Mao era

    9. The rise of Pakistan's 'burger' generation

      Al Jazeera via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJan 15 08:04 AM

      How a homegrown burger joint pioneered a food revolution and decades later gave a young, politicised class its identity.

    10. Can You Picture Jude Law As The Pope?

      The InquisitrJan 13 04:13 AM

      Hollywood has a history of putting out movies with a religious bent, but Jude Law as a sort of sexy pope is a new angle. Law will be playing a fictional American pope, Pope Pius XIII in the upcoming movie The Young Pope. And it seems that the movie provides unique discomforts for Law, who... Read more ยป Can You Picture Jude Law As The Pope? is an article from: The Inquisitr News

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