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Nobody is Going to Take Your Guns Away, but Mass Shootings Have to Stop

The Second Amendment is somewhat ambiguous about the right to “keep and bear arms,” but its antiquated language cannot and should not be interpreted as a justification for owning an enormous cache of weapons, which, in Stephen Paddock’s case included 17 firearms, many high-powered rifles converted to automatics, and countless rounds of ammunition.

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What Satire Can Teach Us About Politics 

Anyone who watched Saturday Night Live at the turn of the millennium surely remembers seeing George W. Bush, or rather Will Ferrell’s impersonation of him. It was one of the most memorable performances in SNL history, and a predecessor to Alec Baldwin’s impression of the current Republican president, Donald Trump.  But the 43rd and 45th presidents share more in common

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13 Movie Sequels Produced by Donald Trump and Stephen Bannon 

The Academy Awards are this weekend and I recently discovered that Stephen Bannon, Donald Trump’s Chief Strategist, was a failed movie producer. I doubt he ever had dreams of winning an Oscar, but you never know. He produced a couple awful films, including one with Sean Penn, and even tried to make a rap musical (I guess he’s always wanted

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