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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 1/27/17

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Merriam-Webster burned Kellyann Conway by tweeting a simple definition in regards to her statement about lies being "alternative truths."

Roxane Gay pulls book from Simon & Schuster in response to Milo Yiannopoulis Controversy.

The US National Park Service is going rogue on Twitter by using the handle AltUSNatParkService to deliver actual facts about climate change and the environment. The people behind the alternative account have remained anonymous and were inspired by Bad Lands Nat'l Park (now alternatively called BadHombreLandsNPS), who were the first to tweet about climate after the Trump Administration called for the EPA blackout.

Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer got punched in the face AGAIN

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