FCC repeals net neutrality: Here’s what it means for you

Internet

December 15, 2017  Business Insider

In a move that could fundamentally reshape the internet and spur a new wave of legal wrangling the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal its net-neutrality rules. Continue reading FCC repeals net neutrality: Here’s what it means for you

‘Jingle Bells’ rooted in racism, Boston University professor says

BU Professor

December 15, 2017  FoxNews

“Jingle Bells,” one of the most well-known Christmas carols in the world, is now being called racist.

A Boston University theater professor claims the Christmas carol has a “problematic history” because it was originally performed to make fun of African Americans. Continue reading ‘Jingle Bells’ rooted in racism, Boston University professor says

New York man accused of fabricating decorated Green Beret military career

Stolen valor

December 15, 2017  FoxNews

A New York man fabricated his decorated military career, with claims of being a Green Beret, receiving medals for courage under fire and serving for 25 years all being exposed as lies, according to military documents. Continue reading New York man accused of fabricating decorated Green Beret military career

Kim Jong Un’s top aide executed by North Korean death squad

North Korea

December 14, 2017  FoxNews

A key member of Kim Jong Un’s inner circle touted as a powerful military figure mysteriously vanished from public life recently, sparking rumors he was executed by a North Korean death squad after allegations of bribery, recent reports indicated. Continue reading Kim Jong Un’s top aide executed by North Korean death squad

New gun restrictions are coming to California in 2018. Here’s what they mean to you

Guns

December 13, 2017  The Sacramento Bee

California’s more than 6 million gun owners are going to see new restrictions in 2018 stemming from sweeping regulations lawmakers and voters have approved over the past two years. Continue reading New gun restrictions are coming to California in 2018. Here’s what they mean to you

Kaepernick’s visit to meet New York prison inmates irks correction officers

California's NAACP

December 12, 2017  New York Post

The city allowed Colin Kaepernick to make a surprise visit to Rikers Island Tuesday to meet with inmates — enraging correction officers who feel the stunt will only endanger them. Continue reading Kaepernick’s visit to meet New York prison inmates irks correction officers

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