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Rudy Giuliani Accused of 'White Supremacy' for His Obsession with Black on Black Crime


Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson told the former NYC mayor, "this is the defense mechanism of white supremacy at work in your mind." Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) is more focused on “black on black” crimes than police violence against African-Americans because of the “defense mechanism of white supremacy at work” in his mind, according to Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson.

Personal Story: Why Doing Heroin with My Dad Were Some of the Happiest Days of My Life


I know I should say those sordid hours were a waste of time, but they weren't. “Look what I got,” my father said, holding up a little plastic bag.

5 Things Powerful People in Washington Believe That Have No Basis in Reality


"People in Washington don’t have time for reality. They’re lost in a world of their own." To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com here.

7 Leading Candidates for Corporate Rip-Off of the Year


These acts of corporate treachery take billions of dollars from the American people. There are so many to choose from.

I Took A Class on How to Pick Up Women—But I Learned More About Male Anxiety


The truth is a lot of men are painfully shy guys who break out in sweats at the thought of even speaking to a girl.

The Real Michael Phelps Scandal Is the Offensive Portrayal of Intersex People


Intersex people are fighting for their basic human rights. Being intersex isn’t itself headline-worthy, and more importantly, our lives aren’t headlines.

Startup Bros Trying to Bio-hack Vaginas Is the Problem with Silicon Valley


When a man introduces a made-up project to make lady-parts smell like peaches, it’s hard to be surprised that the industry is largely straight, white men Don’t look now, ladies, but your vagina is getting disrupted.

America’s Other Foreign Policy Disaster: Why Blowback in Africa Is All but Inevitable


From Libya to South Sudan, the Gulf Guinea to Mali, our efforts to tame extremism have backfired spectacularly.

Jon Stewart: I Have “Daily Show” Burnout


Stewart shows his vulnerability in a fascinating and extremely revealing interview with Howard Stern.

Marley-Boro Man: Reggae Icon Bob Marley to Become Face of Global Weed Brand


Marley's favorite herb is coming to the U.S. in the form of lotions and other accessories. In a deal announced this week, the image of late reggae superstar Bob Marley will soon adorn the packaging of a global brand of marijuana and hemp-infused products bearing the name “Marley Natural.” According to Adweek, an agreement was reached between the estate of the music icon, who died in 1981 from a rare acral melanoma, and a newly formed company funded by Seattle-based venture firm Privateer Holdings.

Colbert Mocks Media Hysteria Over Chocolate Shortage


What a bunch of jokers.

6 Off-the-Wall Right-Wing Moments this Week—Celebs Who Like to Lecture Rape Accusers


Plus Fox and Republican apoplexy about immigration rages on.   1. CNN’s Don Lemon offers advice to Cosby rape accuser on how not to be raped.

Former Amazon Employee Set for Hunger Strike at Seattle Headquarters


He is also calling for customers to boycott Amazon and for current employees to go on strike.   A former Amazon employee embroiled in a legal battle with the online retailer is set to go on hunger strike in an attempt to force the company to change business practices which he calls “deceptive and fraudulent”.

Why I Chose to Publicly Share My Abortion Story


The 1 in 3 Campaign launched a national abortion speak-out. Here's why I told my story. I know a woman in her 30s: she’s married, she has a toddler, and she desperately wants a second child – but a dangerous medical condition means that having another baby would be life-threatening.

This Week in Religion: Revisionist History, the Hitler Card and Pat Robertson on Speed


The religious right said some more ridiculous and repellent things this week. If you are not a big fan of U.S.

'I Am Lonely, Will Anyone Speak to Me?' Inside 10 Years of the Saddest Internet Thread


In 2004, this sad thread started. It's still going even as the Internet has totally changed. This October, a guest user logged onto moviecodec.com — a technical Q&A forum for media file playback and conversion — to post a cry for help on one of the site’s off-topic forums.

The Weirdness of Realizing That All Your Comedy Heroes Are Monsters in Their Private Lives


As a kid, I wanted to be a comic after listening to a Bill Cosby tape. I don't know if I can say that anymore.

12 Crazy, Desperate, Hate-Filled Republican Reactions to Obama's Immigration Order


The GOP again shows its ugly side. There’s no shortage of borderline behavior coming from Republicans who are fuming that President Obama is using the power of his office to protect 40 percent of the nation’s unauthorized immigrants from deportation—the same percentage that were helped in similar ways by Republican presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W.

12 Crazy, Desperate, Hate-filled Republican Reactions to Obama's Immigration Order


The GOP again shows its ugly side. There’s no shortage of borderline behavior coming from Republicans who are fuming that President Obama is using his office’s power to protect 40 percent of the nation’s unauthorized immigrants from deportation—the same percentage that were helped in similar ways by Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W.

7 Sh*tiest Things Rich People Did This Week


Kmart plays Scrooge and Uber targets journalists—it's been a rough couple of days for the rest of the 99 percent.


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