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Food Sunday: Shrimp Tempura “Velocity Fried”

Now that it's Sunday maybe you're finally tired of all the turkey and leftovers - how many mashed potatoes or macs-and-cheese can one eat over a long weekend? So for dinner tonight, I'd like to suggest some shrimp tempura. Shrimp, a cornstarch dusting, tempura batter, and a quick fry.

Cashin' In Crew Attacks Juan Williams For Praising Obamacare

Juan Williams praises Obamacare as "an amazing triumph for our country." He explains the incredible accomplishment to get people out of E.R. care and into the medical system before their health is at emergency status. "70% of the people...Show More Summary

People With Felonies, Criminal Records and Gang Affiliation Are Our Friends and Family

Every single bit of positive change that comes from President Obama's executive order on immigration is a testament to directly affected grassroots organizers who have been creative and relentless. The activism of radical "undocumented...Show More Summary

Late Late Night FDL: Mice Follies

Tom and Jerry -- Mice Follies. This Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon was released on September 4, 1954.

Sunday Talk: Thanks for nothing

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Monday night, in a televised press conference, #Ferguson "Prosecutor" Bob McCulloch announced that his grand jury had (literally) investigated the hell out of Michael Brown—and, to the surprise of no Juan, they decided not to indictShow More Summary

North Korea Condemns New Rogen-Franco Movie: 'Evil Act of Provocation'

Seth Rogen and James Franco's new film The Interview hits theaters on Christmas Day, and from the looks of the trailer, it will probably be as irreverent, politically incorrect, and unexpectedly funny as the rest of their movies. But one country isn't laughing. Show More Summary

Progressive Media Failed Again in the Brown Case

The left is very good at starting racial firestorms but, like irresponsible campers leaving behind an unquenched campfire, they are not so good at putting them out. What we saw in their handling of the Brown case is a rerun of the Martin case. Show More Summary

Your Obligatory 2014 Black Friday Shopping Melee Porn

The day after Thanksgiving has evolved into a corporate-sponsored consumer holiday called “Black Friday,” which has, itself, spawned a corporate media holiday that fills its gaping news hole with hours of Black Friday coverage, including “news” segments about all the stuff you could be out there buying, or waiting for “Cyber Monday” to buy. This year’s [...]

Black Friday Walmart Protests Target 1600 Stores Join With Black Lives Matter Protesters

Today is one of America’s most cherished holidays – "buy more things than you need" day aka Black Friday. Given that Black Friday draws in large amounts of shoppers with promises of extraordinary deals Walmart workers and labor activists are once again using the opportunity to fight for better wages at Walmart. Show More Summary

Cartoon: Congressional Turkeys

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

It’s time to take a break from the current stream of depressing news and give thanks for turkeys you may know and love... or know and despise. What better place to turn for some buffoonery than the newly elected and reshuffled Congress. Show More Summary

Just Another Frantic Friday

James Poulos celebrates Wal-Mart’s decision to spread its Black Friday promotions over five days: Walmart is actually defying the logic embraced so grimly by Sears, Kmart, and millions of citizen-shoppers. Rather than chumming the aisles for the mother of all feeding frenzies, Walmart is breaking up Black Friday – “trying to cater to the changing […]

“Death To Turkeys!”

So exclaims John Oliver, shaking his head over the annual tradition of presidential turkey pardoning: “I issue this challenge to President Obama and all future presidents,” the Last Week Tonight host says in a new YouTube video [above] with his show on holiday hiatus. “If you want the world’s respect, just once, show up at […]

An Open Letter to Bloomberg's Sheelah Kolhatkar, on the Delicate Matter of Anita Sarkeesian

Dear Sheelah Kolhatkar: Yesterday, my attention was drawn to your extraordinary profile of video game critic Anita Sarkeesian, which is the coming month's cover story in Bloomberg Businessweek. On Twitter I intemperately called it a "grotesquely shoddy work of credulous, ridiculous fangirlism." On reflection, I conclude I did not go far enough. Show More Summary

Michael Brown's Mom: 'Impossible' that Stepfather Incited Riots

Michael Brown's mother said it was "impossible" that her husband's calls to "burn this btch down" while on top of a car outside the Ferguson police station incited the mass rioting, violence, and looting after a grand jury decided there was not enough evidence to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown on Monday evening. Show More Summary

Giving Thanks for Global Partnership and Progress

With the season on gratitude upon us here in the United States, I wanted to take a moment to thank Feed the Future’s vast network of partners, at home and abroad, who are helping achieve our shared vision of a world without hunger, poverty and undernutrition.

The Death of Democracy in Burlington County

"This wouldn't pass muster in Trenton" That's a quote from Doug O'Malley, Director of Environment New Jersey upon witnessing the pure disdain for the citizens of Burlington County exhibited by the Republican majority on the Freeholder Board on the morning before Thanksgiving. Show More Summary

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