Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Princeton Review Knocks Taylor Swift for Grammar in SAT Practice Test. There’s Just One Problem

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College Student Gets Kicked Off Flight After Refusing to Change Shirt With Expletive on It
He said the situation "happened so fast" he was left stranded and bewildered, but video from the day shows airline employees offering compromise after compromise. The issue: the man's "Broad F*****g City" T-shirt. KTVI-TV reported Monday on the story of Daniel Podolsky, a New York college student... READ MORE.
Why Charles Krauthammer Says There's a 'Real Problem' With Ted Cruz's Candidacy
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) may have a "liquid tongue" and strong support among the conservative base, but as he kicks off his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, at least one conservative commentator is saying Cruz will have to reckon with a major shortcoming: His lack of experience... READ MORE.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) announced at Liberty University on Monday that he will be running for president in 2016, but Glenn Beck said many of the subsequent news stories were about how students were "forced" to attend the speech. "One of them comes from the Huffington Post... READ MORE.

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An intense video posted online late last week shows a Salt Lake City security guard detain a man with a knife at gunpoint — but there's more to the story than meets the eye. "I never would have guessed that what happened before was actually what happened," Salt... READ MORE.

The Princeton Review, a popular test preparation company, took a swing at Taylor Swift in one of their practice exams — but there was just one problem. The company actually misquoted Swift's song "Fifteen" for their SAT practice test before knocking the popular singer for the lyric's supposedly... READ MORE.

The former neighborhood watchman acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of unarmed black minor Trayvon Martin lashed out at President Barack Obama in a new video posted online late Monday.  "I feel that now is the perfect time to speak my mind without fear of retaliation by the... READ MORE.
'Kill It, Give It Away': Texas Woman's Fiery Rant About Disciplining a Misbehaved Toddler Raises Eyebrows
A Texas woman' video rant about a poorly behaved child she observed inside of a grocery store has gone viral, with her suggestion that the mother should "kill it, give it away or leave it at home" raising quite a few eyebrows. The woman in the clip, which... READ MORE.
Ted Cruz Campaign Addresses Two Key Criticisms From Prominent Libertarian Judge Napolitano
Appearing on Fox Business Network on Monday, Judge Andrew Napolitano, a prominent figure in the libertarian movement, noted two key issues that he felt Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was getting wrong. However, a spokesperson for the Cruz campaign told TheBlaze that it appears Napolitano misinterpreted some of the conservative... READ MORE.

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A teachers' union is suing a Rhode Island school district over the claim that 200 Christian teachers were denied requests to take Good Friday off from work, with union claiming that the decision denies educators the two religious days they are afforded in their contract. The Cranston Teachers' Alliance... READ MORE.

What a Moth did to a Reporter's Ear During a Live Shot Left Him Saying, "Yuck!"
Reporters have to be ready to maintain their cool when things don't go as planned during live broadcasts. And that's exactly what Bob Barnard did Monday. The WTTG-TV reporter was at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., promoting Museum Week and READ MORE.
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