Would Stacey Dash be a good congresswoman?

Fox News contributor and "Clueless" star Stacey Dash announced she plans to run for California's 44th congressional district in 2018. The controversial actress has been criticized for her conservative views and attacks on Barack Obama, Oprah, BET and Black History Month. Not to mention the district she wants to flip overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. But others think Dash would make…
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Should Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph co-host the Oscars in 2019?

Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph hilariously teamed up to present in two categories at the 90th Academy Awards, and now the Internet is here for the pair co-hosting the Oscars in 2019. Kimmel has hosted the Oscars for the last couple of years, and the Oscars asked him back this year since 2017 was so iconic. But the latest ratings were not only down, but the lowest ever. Some viewers call Haddish…
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Should we celebrate Gary Oldman's Oscar win despite domestic abuse allegations?

Fans and some film buffs agree—Gary Oldman was long overdue for not only Oscar recognition, but the actual gold. The acclaimed actor won his first Oscar the Best Actor category for his performance as Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour" at the 90th Academy Awards, but the Internet is up in arms. Oldman was accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife in 2001. He denied the allegations, but others a…
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Should Dianne Feinstein retire?

The California Democratic Party declined to endorse Sen. Dianne Feinstein in a huge blow to the incumbent senator of 25 years. Critics of Feinstein argue she is too old and too moderate to represent the state of California, and she should retire so the party can embrace a fresh face. But Feinstein's defenders point out she has been an exceptionally effective senator and was responsible for releasi…
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Do you believe in horoscopes?

Do you check your horoscope in the morning? Many people read them just for fun, but others take them very seriously. First Lady Nancy Reagan famously planned President Reagan's schedule after consulting with her astrologer. Rationalists say horoscopes are for the birds, and that people who take them seriously should be treated like flat-earthers: ridiculed and discounted. Do you believe in horosco…
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Should people convicted of domestic violence lose the right to own guns?

More than half of the mass shooting incidents in America between 2009-2016 were directly related to domestic violence. Gun control activists argue that abusers should never have access to firearms, and Oregon just passed a law banning anyone convicted of stalking or domestic violence from owning guns. But gun rights groups say federal law already prohibits convicted domestic abusers from buying gu…
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Is E! News wrong for protecting Ryan Seacrest despite sexual assault case?

Ryan Seacrest is facing backlash after sexual assault allegations from his former stylist resurfaced. The entertainment personality not only denied the accusations, but stated upon an investigation, he'd been cleared of any wrongdoing. E! News allowed Seacrest to work the red carpet at the Oscars and the Internet has blasted the network for protecting him, pointing to the lack of celebrities who t…
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Should we celebrate Kobe Bryant's Oscar win despite sexual assault allegations?

Former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant became the first sports champion to win an Oscar. Many people in sports are celebrating his achievement, but others find his win problematic. Bryant's career was nearly derailed after sexual assault allegations from a Colorado hotel employee surfaced in 2003. Many feel the Academy should not have rewarded Bryant, especially in the #MeToo era. Still, that was a long…
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Do you believe in astrology?

Astrology, the study of the positions of celestial objects to make determinations about human affairs, has been derided since the Scientific Revolution as pseudoscience. Yet, a 2014 study showed that more than half of Americans are believers. J.P. Morgan was such a fan that he used astrologers to help time his investments. Newspaper horoscope sections remain immensely popular, and fans say it's "a…
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Country music's greatest outlaw: Johnny Cash or Willie Nelson?

Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson are part of country music's Outlaw Movement: a rebellion against the saccharine culture of Nashville's Music Row. Cash, who famously sang he'd "shot a man in Reno just to watch him die," fought the law and drug addiction, and recorded albums in Folsom Prison and San Quentin. Willie Nelson rebelled by bringing a hippie ethos to country; he's a cannabis activist who's s…
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