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Mexican Soccer Fans Told To Stop Homophobic Chants

Controversial Latinos Uncategorized

Elliott Almond, Bay Area News Group, reports that Mexican soccer fans were told to stop their homophobic chants Thursday on the day Copa America Centenary officials announced the quarterfinal game in the Bay Area between Chile and Mexico. The announcement came on the heels of Mexico’s fans chanting the slur during a game a day

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Controversial Election Humor Immigration

Republican congressman Duncan Hunter of California who is the co-chair of Donald Trump’s U.S. House Leadership Committee (his job is to outreach on behalf of Donald Trump to other Congressional members) has recently told “reporters to stop asking him to explain the presumptive Republican presidential nominee’s controversial comments.” Jonathan Swan, The Hill, reports: “I am

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Controversial Crime Terrorist

Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting (San Francisco) the author of a bill that allows law enforcement and family members to ask a court to issue a restraining order to take guns away from individuals they believe are dangerous, recently noted that, “If Florida had what we have in California, a gun violence restraining order, people could

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Controversial Crime Terrorist

Counter Jihad, has an article written by Paul Sperry, note that the Orland nightclub terrorist pledge allegiance to ISIS and worked for almost a decade as a contractor to the Department of Homeland Security. The Orlando nightclub terrorist who pledged allegiance to ISIS worked almost a decade for a major Department of Homeland Security contractor,

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Controversial Family Health Lifestyle

Fertility experts are warning men that if they plan to have children, they should ditch the tight pants. Tight pants are likely to result in 2 1/2 times less fertile sperm, according to professor Allan Pacey. The University of Sheffield academic said that the quality of men’s sperm significantly decreases past the age of 40,

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Drought Health Natural Disaster Policy

Ryan Sabalow, Dale Kasler and Phillip Reese, Sacramento Bee write: This year was supposed to be different. With Northern California’s reservoirs finally brimming and cities liberated from stringent conservation rules, farmers were expecting more water for their crops. The worst of the drought seemed over. Or maybe not. Despite a winter of fairly abundant rain

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