‘People don’t care about him’ — here’s why Jeb Bush is struggling

‘People don’t care about him’ — here’s why Jeb Bush is struggling

International Business Times

In 1994, when a voter asked gubernatorial candidate Jeb Bush what he would do for black Floridians if elected governor, the young politician replied, “Probably nothing.” That was Bush’s first campaign for office, where he presented himself as a “head-banging conservative” who largely ignored minority voters, wanted to eliminate excess and sought to shake up the…

SXSW considering ‘all-day event on harassment’ after pulling gaming panels

SXSW considering ‘all-day event on harassment’ after pulling gaming panels

Alex Hern, The Guardian Festival has offered to reinstate one of the panels it cancelled after threats of violence and is reportedly considering an all-day event on the topic Austin’s South-by-Southwest (SXSW) festival is “considering an all-day event that focuses primarily on combatting online harassment”, in an attempt to quell the anger over the festival’s

Muslim student says school won’t take action on bully who smeared her as ‘Isis’ online

Muslim student says school won’t take action on bully who smeared her as ‘Isis’ online

NJ.com

WOODBRIDGE – A Muslim student who graduated from Colonia High School last spring claims the Woodbridge School Board declined to take action against a fellow student who posted a photo of her on social media with the word “Isis.” The school board, however, says the incident was investigated and a perpetrator could not be found. “After…

Middle school placed on lockdown after man demands to sing Justin Bieber songs over intercom

Middle school placed on lockdown after man demands to sing Justin Bieber songs over intercom

Washington Times

A middle school in Dunbar, West Virginia, was placed on lockdown Tuesday after a man walked into the school and demanded that he sing Justin Bieber songs to students over the intercom. Dunbar Police charged Dlaonte Dee Lewis with simple possession for a small amount of marijuana after he entered the main office of Dunbar Middle…

Bernie Sanders: Socialism not ‘scary’

Bernie Sanders: Socialism not ‘scary’

Washington Times

Democratic presidential candidate and self-described democratic socialist Sen. Bernard Sanders said Tuesday that American voters will stop being afraid of socialism and embrace it once he explains how many government benefits they would get. “Our job is to make people aware that programs like Social Security, Medicare, the National Park system, which is a wonderful system,…

Prominent Florida newspaper calls on Marco Rubio to resign because he’s not doing his job

Prominent Florida newspaper calls on Marco Rubio to resign because he’s not doing his job

International Business Times

A prominent Florida newspaper has called on Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio to resign from his position as a United States senator for Florida, CNN reported Wednesday. In an editorial published Tuesday night, the Sun Sentinel blasted the politician for “ripping off” the people of Florida, citing that he is being paid $174,000 with taxpayer money…

Football coach’s Christian crusade backfires hilariously as school prayers get a Satanic twist

Football coach’s Christian crusade backfires hilariously as school prayers get a Satanic twist

Eric W. Dolan The controversy surrounding a high school football coach who refuses to stop leading team prayers during games took an unexpected turn this week. A student at Bremerton High School in Washington has asked the local Satanic Temple to deliver an invocation — and the semi-satirical devil worshippers told KIRO Radio’s Dori Monson