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The Fraud of War

U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have stolen tens of millions through bribery, theft, and rigged contracts.

The Texas Attack Was a Failure, but it Shows That ISIS’s Influence Is Growing

Most Americans Think We Should Soak the Rich and Redistribute Wealth

A Gay Kiss Happened on Dodger Stadium’s “Kiss Cam”

The Creator of “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal” Died, and Ryan Gosling Ate Cereal in Tribute

Medical Examiner

Dr. No

The disturbing trend of doctors who won’t see normal patients because they’re too busy treating the rich.

The Kids

Parents Can’t Handle the Tooth

Moms and dads blame teething for their infants’ sleeplessness, crying, fevers, and diarrhea. They’re missing the real cause.

Concierge Medicine Means Only the Ridiculously Rich Can Find a Doctor

Parents Love to Blame Teething for All Their Babies’ Miseries. They’re Missing the Real Cause.

The Voiceover From the Batman v. Superman Trailer Would Be Perfect for an Anti-Hillary Ad

The Perfect Sentence Construction for Speaking Truth to Power? Bitch, You Guessed It.

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