You should know what “net neutrality” is. If you don’t, here’s a quick, fun way to catch up…

May 5, 2014 By Joey White 2

We’ve all heard the term “net neutrality,” with most of the internet telling us to oppose it. But a lot of us are still confused about what the term even means.

CGP Grey’s quick video is all you need to feel like a know-it-all about this hot-button issue…

Now that you know what net neutrality is, you can let the FCC know what you think or petition the White House to provide an official response on the issue.

Congressman Tom Cotton faces his former drill sergeant in campaign ad

Apr 22, 2014 By Abraham 2

Representative Tom Cotton was recently accused by his opponent of inappropriately leveraging his experience in the military to gain political traction.

So Cotton endured a confrontation with his former drill sergeant in order to debunk the claim…

Little girls dress up as some of the greatest women of the last century [10 pictures]

Apr 10, 2014 By Joey White 4

Initially a celebration of African American women for Black History Month, Eunique Jones Gibson’s project “Because of Them, We Can” grew to include a diverse array of women who have made a significant mark on history.

For this series, Gibson has little girls dress like their role models to create cute, inspiring images that put young faces on the older, wiser trailblazers who have gone before them…

Historic Girls 01

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“When I urinate in public, I never get caught on camera,” and other anti-Rob Ford lawn signs [3 pictures]

Apr 1, 2014 By Joey White 0

A series of three ads appeared in Toronto this week to communicate that “Anyone’s better than Rob Ford.” People following the bizarre behavior of Toronto’s beleaguered mayor will have a difficult time arguing with the ads from No Ford Nation, whose lawn signs promote completely fabricated candidates who aren’t actually running for office. Their credentials are very convincing though…

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Everything you need to know to get up-to-date on why Ukraine is a mess right now

Mar 7, 2014 By Joey White 1

John Green is known for breaking down complex issues and making them easily understandable, and he knocks it out of the park with this summary of why the Crimean Peninsula is in such a state of disarray.

Starting with the history of the peninsula and relations between Ukraine and Russia, Green moves from the past to the present to give you everything you need to know to participate in the Ukrainian portion of your next conversation about world events…

(via The Best of YouTube)

Poignant standoff as protesters resist riot police with mirrors [7 pictures]

Jan 14, 2014 By Joey White 2

Known as the Euromaidan movement, many Ukrainians have been protesting since the government abruptly abandoned plans to sign a trade agreement with the European Union on November 21, 2013. On November 30, riot police cracked down on protesters in a Kiev square, forcing their dispersal.

One month later, on December 30, a group of protesters returned to the square with mirrors, asking the riot police and politicians enabling them, “Who and what are you protecting?”

The unique approach from the protesters resulted in a strange, tense, and thought-provoking standoff…

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A history of Dennis Rodman’s increasingly bizarre style through his official basketball cards [19 pics]

Jan 9, 2014 By Jake Johnson 0

If you’re a Dennis Rodman fan, it’s been a tough year. And this week, with his bowing birthday serenade for the ruthless North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un (You know, the one that had his uncle killed a couple weeks ago…possibly with a pack of starved dogs), Rodman has really upped the ante.

But should we really be surprised that the eccentric Dennis is being…well…eccentric?

Using his official sports card through the years as a retrospective, we can watch a relatively normal guy that somewhere along the way really began to lose it…or find himself. You decide.




Dennis Rodman 1989

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