Sen. Tom Cotton's intern used a mind-blowing array of slurs in front of a reporter

According to "Nate," the British are "faggots," immigrants are "these people," Paul Ryan is a "cuck" and Americans are a "superior race."

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Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk accused of racism after tone-deaf jab at opponent's Thai heritage

The context makes Kirk's attack on Tammy Duckworth even worse.
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Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston breakup: The latest on the end of Hiddleswift

After three months, Hiddleswift is no more.
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Samantha Bee: Harriet Tubman Should Be on the Twenty, Jackson a "Genocidal Prick"

Samantha Bee says Andrew Jackson was "kind of like a Trump with better hair."
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South Carolina Secessionist Party to Raise Confederate Flag at State House

The SC Secessionist Party will be hosting its first annual flag raising rally in July.
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The Biggest Lies We Teach American Kids About Thanksgiving and Native Americans

It's time to update our history books.

Craft Whiskey Isn't Better Than the Original Thing — Yet

Established brands are still better than the many "craft" whiskeys popping up around the United States, but the little guys are catching up.
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July 4 is So Much More Than Simply a Date On the Calendar — Here's Why

This one day of the year embodies everything I fight for on a daily basis as a 17-year-old — life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

4th Of July Events: 9 Small Towns That Really Know How to Celebrate

We hear about the popular Independence Day festivals in big cities like NYC, San Francisco, and Philadelphia, but here are nine small towns across the country with unique July 4 traditions.

8 Things You Never Knew About Betsy Ross

Everyone knows Betsy Ross as the mastermind of the first American flag, but here are eight things you may not know about her.
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Adam Kokesh: Planning Gun March in Washington For July 4

The libertarian is organizing an armed rally in Washington D.C., for July 4. Surely nothing will go wrong!

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Longest Filibuster Ever was 24 Hours 18 Minutes Long

Rand Paul's filibuster is about halfway to the longest filibuster in the history of the United States Senate.
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How Long Has Rand Paul Been Speaking? Nine Freaking Hours

Rand Paul has now spoken for as many hours as there are innings in a baseball game.

'Assassin's Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington' — Can We Really Call George Washington a Tyrant?

Assassin’s Creed, based on the concept that our genes inherit memory, has always invoked science fiction and alternative history. But, is it going too far this time?

Assassins Creed 3 Review: Everything You Need to Know About the New Game

As one of the most hyped games of the year, "Assassin's Creed III" has seen a lot of coverage and bears the burden of fan expectation like few other franchises.
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July 4 2012: TSA Restrictions for Traveling Americans are a Reminder of Independence Day Contradictions

While millions of Americans will travel to celebrate the 4th of July, the TSA remains one of the most visible signs of eroding liberties and privacy.

In George Zimmerman Trial, Don't Assume Guilt

We should not be in a hurry to throw out due process to prove a political point. George Zimmerman deserves a fair trial.
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French Philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy’s Libyan Crusade Shows the Need for Robust Public Intellectuals

Our times demand the rise of robust public intellectuals to challenge our institutions to betterment not merely in words but in action.
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The United States of Grilling

We hold these truths to be self-evident ... life, liberty, and the pursuit of barbecuing?
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A Conservative Case for Reducing Income Inequality

Concern for the growing income divide in America is not just a left-wing, populist issue. Conservatives should draw on the civic republican tradition and work to curb income disparity.