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Yearly Archive for 2013
Today is your last chance to login to Netflix and watch ‘Top Gun,” “Platoon,” “In the Name of the Father,” “Braveheart,” and “Serpico.” Or if you are my wife, “Titanic” and “Roman Holiday.” Last week a redditor posted a list of popular titles that will be expiring from the streaming service on 1/1/2014 and a [...] [Read More]
The Theory of Evolution received a big boost 90 years ago in the Scopes Trial, in which a young Tennessee teacher was tried for having introduced the views of Charles Darwin to his students. But Darwin has his doubters among Republicans in 21st Century America. Just 43 percent of self-identified Republicans in America believe that [...] [Read More]
The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook The recent booting of ‘Duck Dynasty’ patriarch Phil Robertson from the popular A&E show has sent the Internet and media into a frenzied debate of free-speech rights. Robertson’s suspension has ruffled the feathers of the show’s thousands of fans, including former Alaska [...] [Read More]
Nathan B. Forrest was a lieutenant general in the Confederate Army and the first Grand Dagon of the Ku Klux Klan. And until Monday, one Florida town still had a school named after him. On Monday, the Duval County School Board voted unanimously to change the name of Nathan B. Forrest High School, First Coast [...] [Read More]
It’s a portrait that seems like it would only be fitting as an attachable image on a message board post or an email, but it’s not the quality of this “art” that should get your attention. It’s the creator. Florida’s News 13 reports the artist behind this painting is George Zimmerman, the same man embroiled [...] [Read More]