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Asker hoodiecap Asks:
Cap visits a school assembly and they have him lead the pledge of allegiance but "under God" wasn't added until he went under the ice so he doesn't know that part so he doesn't say it and the next day all the headlines say "CAPTAIN AMERICA FORGETS GOD" and FoxNews freaks out.
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Much of the world now sees Putin for what he is: a semi-delusional autocrat who views the disillusion of the Soviet Union as one of the greatest tragedies in the late 20th century and has confused his own geo-political propaganda for reality. Who would be fooled by this guy’s bull sh*t?


You in the wrong mothafuckin’ neighborhood, bitch

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"That’s trademarked, by the way."

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Fox News Radio reporter mocked President Obama for statements he made in support of gay Olympians who might be targeted by Russia’s strict anti-gay laws during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

During an August 9 press conference, Obama stated his opposition to Russia’s anti-gay laws - including a measure that would criminalize “homosexual propaganda” - saying “nobody’s more offended than me by some of the anti-gay and -lesbian legislation that we’ve been seeing in Russia.”

Starnes took to Twitter to mock the president’s comments, accusing Obama of discriminating against heterosexual athletes:


See Also: Todd Starnes joins The Daily Caller


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That awkward moment when Comedy Central is more factual than Fox News.

Fox news is never factual. 

"that awkward moment"

more like every moment

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The best of #foxnewslitcrit, Twitter’s response to the mortifying Fox interview with Reza Aslan (author of the new book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth)

Sometimes twitter can be sooo good.

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Yet it is males who suffer in our society. From boyhood through adulthood, the White American Male must fight his way through a litany of taunts, assumptions and grievances about his very existence. His oppression is unlike anything American women have faced. Unlike women, however, men don’t organize and form groups when they’ve been persecuted. They just bow out of the game.


Join me in mourning for the White American Male. I recommend candlelight vigils across the nation.

My sadness knows no bounds.


Rush Limbaugh Says Fox News Makes People Crazy, Tells Listeners Not To Watch It (AUDIO)

Rush Limbaugh is back in the news, but for an entirely different and surprising reason. During his…

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Is… is it April Fool’s Day?

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Fox News talks about why Mr. Rogers is an “evil, evil man.”

Are you fucking kidding me? 

I cannot even.


Steve Jobs Personally Ordered All Apple Ads To Be Removed From Fox News


Even though Steve Jobs had a solid working relationship with News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch, it’s no secret that Steve Jobs hated Fox News. In fact, in Walter Isaacon’s authorized biography, Steve Jobs said that “Fox has become an incredibly destructive force in our society.”
Rather than associate Apple’s brand with Fox News’, Steve Jobs decided to personally order all of Apple’s ads to be removed from Fox News.

(via odinsblog)


Sarah Palin

Fox News announced today that Sarah Palin is rejoining the network as a contributor after allowing her previous contract to expire in January 2013.

Fox portrayed the split with Palin as amicable and Palin herself had portrayed it as her own decision. But some media observers suggested that it was part of Fox’s effort to “purge some of its more controversial characters” after the Republican Party had been “damaged badly in 2012 by loud, partisan voices that stoked the base - but that scared the hell out of many voters.”

Palin’s return to Fox would appear to signify that any such strategy is no longer in effect. 

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Fox News talks about working mothers’ negative impact on their children. AKA “When Fox News gets so misogynistic that their own anchor is 1026% done with them.” [x]

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