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Monday, February 3, 2014

Headlines Du Jour ► Monday, February 3, 2014

The Super Bowl is over, which means 'Merkins can now turn their collective attention to things that are really important, like the latest Coca-Cola commercial that the Reich Wing is so upset about. Which brings us right to today's Headlines Du Jour.

ASSHOLES DU JOUR:


Coca Cola Super Bowl Ad Inspires Racist Twitter Backlash

THE "O" IN GOP STANDS FOR OLD:


John Elway to Fox News: I’m Republican because ‘I don’t
believe in safety nets’


SO GLAD WE'RE LIVING IN A POST-RACIAL SOCIETY:


Why America Is Still a
Deeply Racist Country


Labor pains: The racist
policies that set workplace equality back decades


TODAY IN RAPE CULTURE:


Protestors outraged by "Date Grape" drink at Wash. bar



CHRIS CHRISTIE PUSHES BACK -- AGAINST HIS OLD FRIEND:



Chris Christie Mounts Defense, Rips Into Former Ally David Wildstein


The Loneliest Man on Super Bowl Sunday Is Chris Christie


Christina Genovese Renna, Chris Christie Staffer, Resigns Amid Probe



CRACK MAYOR CORNER:


Sorry, Rob Ford: Pedestrian safety is important in Coquitlam
Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart
speaks out after the Toronto mayor
was ticketed for jaywalking



FOX IN THE NEWS AGAIN:



The Fox Nation Statement of Purpose. Just like
almost everything else from Fox "News," it's a lie.

FOX NATION IN THE NEWS AGAIN:



LOOFAH LAD IN THE NEWS AGAIN:


President Obama Takes No Guff From O’Reilly In Superbowl Interview



VIDEO DU JOUR:




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