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Listening To The BTK Killer Describe His Murderous Fantasies Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

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For nearly two decades, Wichita, Kansas, was plagued by a killer who left a bizarre calling card in the treatment of his victims. Between 1974 and 1991, ten people were bound and tortured before eventually being killed, hence the killer’s nickname, the “BTK killer.” Dennis Rader was arrested in 2005 and openly admitted he was […]

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Paul Ryan: Delay in closing Gitmo should become permanent

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Hisone-year deadline to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba has long passed, obviously, but President Obama has ramped up his search for a site for “Guantanamo North.” However, Governors Sam Brownback and Nikki Haley co-signed a letter toDefense Secretary Ash Cartertelling him that any plan to move prisoners from Gitmo to Fort Leavenworth […]

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Federal search for ‘Guantanamo North’ site moves to Colorado

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As the first step in normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba, flag-raising ceremonies weresupposed to fill Cubans and Americans alike withthe warm fuzzies. (Cuban dissidents arrested and jailed in the weeks beforethe ceremony were unavailable for comment.) In his comments on the historic event, President Obama neglected to mention a Reuters report revealing […]

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‘Can a magazine jump a shark?’ The New Republic redefines ‘voter suppression’

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“Didja hear how the GOP is suppressing the vote?” “Dogs? Water cannons?”’ “WORSE. They’re, gasp, LEAVING A DEM ON THE BALLOT!” “…” — Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) September 05, 2014 Welp, give The New Republic points for creativity with this one: Kansas Republicans just invented a new form of voter suppression http://t.co/NyzodKLkar — New Republic (@NewRepublic) […]

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This Guy Tried To Take A Selfie At the Zoo. Bad Idea.

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Steven Takata’s brother-in-law enjoys taking selfies. That is, using your camera or smart phone to take a picture of yourself. If there’s one rule of taking selfies though, it’s to be wary of taking them with animals. That rule goes double for the trumpeter swan, as Takata’s brother-in-law painfully learned.  Takata was with his family at the Great Bend Zoo […]

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