Articles By: Brent Youngren


Grindr Adds Fuel to the Mozilla CEO Controversy

Mountain View, CA  (FWP)   April 2, 2014  – Brendan Eich has been CEO of Mozilla less than one week, however the contentious debate surrounding his anti-gay views continues to grow larger.   On Tuesday the website Grindr became the second social networking site to release a public statement regarding Eich’s opposition of same-sex marriages. The controversy began last week when Mozilla, best known for the open source web-browser Firefox, announced that Mr. Eich would be their new CEO. On […]

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Florida Governor Plans to Use Fear of Zombies to Suppress Voter Turnout

A memo leaked by a source inside of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s office details how the Florida State Republican Party plans to use the fear of zombies to scare people in selected areas of the state into staying home on election day.

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Glass Cabin Republicans Hold Undisclosed Party

A well established, yet extremely secretive political consulting organization has just announced their first major event since the groups founding in 1860.

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Justin Bieber’s Cuba Tweets Stir Controversy

Over the weekend Bieber sent out 26 tweets that praised that nation; expressed admiration towards Fidel and Raul Castro and lambasted US policy towards island nation.

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Mississippi Town Regulates Menstrual Cycles

On Tuesday the council voted unanimously in support of a resolution to study how the town might regulate the menstrual cycles’ of its female residents.

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Romney: “I don’t hate all homosexuals”

After a week of news dominated by gay issues the Romney campaign seemed poised to quiet the controversy during in an interview on Fox News Sunday. Unfortunately for the former Massachusetts Governor his remarks only further inflamed the issue.

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Al Qaeda Files Lawsuit

The terrorist organization has recently filed a lawsuit in an attempt to “prevent copycat terrorist groups from using the Al Qaeda name in association with acts of terrorism that were not authorized by official Al Qaeda leadership.”

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CIA Disables Al-Qaeda Website

On the anniversary of the assassination of Osama Bin Laden the CIA announced its most recent victory in the war on terror.

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Legislation to Outlaw ‘Recreational Masturbation’

A measure recently introduced in the Oklahoma State Senate would effectively outlaw ‘recreational masturbation’.

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Georgia Lawmaker Touts Tax Benefits of Anti-Abortion Bill

State Representative Terry England has introduced legislation that would further restrict a women’s access to abortion in Georgia.

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