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Are white male terrorists a bigger threat to Americans than Islamic extremists?

President Trump responded very differently to the ISIS-inspired NYC terrorist attack than he did the mass shooting in Texas. While Trump continues to emphasize the need to protect Americans from Islamic extremists, the majority of terrorist attacks carried out in the U.S. have been perpetrated by white males. But ISIS and 9/11 loom large in the public consciousness, and polling shows 80 percent of…
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#FearHomegrownTerror
#FearIslamicTerror
62

Who is MLB Manager of the Year: Paul Molitor vs. Torey Lovullo?

The votes are in, and Paul Molitor and Torey Lovullo are AL and NL managers of the year respectively. But who is the manager of the year for MLB? You get to decide! Molitor took the worst team in baseball in 2016 and turned them into a playoff squad. Lovullo flipped the Arizona Diamondbacks record for the biggest improvement in the National League from 2016 to 2017. Who is the real manager of the…
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#TeamMolitor
#TeamLovullo
63

Is the NRA a terrorist organization?

In the wake of the Texas church massacre―just one month after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history left 58 dead and over 500 wounded―many began referring to the National Rifle Association (NRA) as a terrorist organization due to its complicity in mass murder. But others argue it is unfair to label the NRA a terrorist organization or blame the tens of millions of law-abiding gun owner…
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#NRAISPeaceful
#TerroristOrgNRA
64

Who should be TIME's Person of the Year: President Trump or Colin Kaepernick?

President Trump and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick are among 10 candidates nominated for TIME's 2017 Person of the Year. Trump was named TIME's 2016 Person of the Year after his historic election, and TIME is considering him again for spending his first year "attempting to dismantle the work of the Obama Administration." Kaepernick launched a national conversation about "racism and police…
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#TrumpPOTY
#KaepernickPOTY
65

Should Fox News fire Shepard Smith?

Shepard Smith angered many Fox News viewers when he debunked the Uranium One "scandal" pushed by several political pundits on the network. Smith called President Trump's accusations "inaccurate" and scolded Republicans who have been calling for a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton. Some Fox News viewers are calling on the network to fire Smith, and think he'd be better suited for CNN o…
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#FoxNeedsSmith
#FoxFireSmith
66

MLB Rookie of the Year: Aaron Judge vs. Cody Bellinger?

Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger were named unanimous American League and National League Rookie of the Year respectively. But who is the MLB Rookie of the Year? Judge had a historical rookie year on the way to an American League Championship Series appearance. Bellinger had one of the most impressive rookie debuts ever, and was an important piece in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ World Series run. Who is…
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#TeamJudge
#TeamBellinger
67

Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift: Whose side are you on?

Kanye West and Taylor Swift have feuded since that infamous VMAs moment in 2009. We all know it—Kanye snatched the mic from Taylor when she won Best Female Video for "You Belong With Me" and denounced her winning over Beyoncé. After becoming "friends," Kanye rapped "I made that bitch famous" in 2016. This sentiment didn't sit well with Taylor, but Kim Kardashian revealed audio of Taylor signing of…
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#TeamKanye
#TeamTaylor
68

Which Shailene Woodley romantic drama is your favorite?

Shailene Woodley is now 26 years old, and she's rising as one of Hollywood's leading ladies. She's starred in some of the most memorable teen and young adult roles within the last decade. Shailene garnered critical acclaim for her role as the "nice girl" who turns the bad boy good in "The Spectacular Now." She also received awards praise for her performance as a cancer patient who falls for anothe…
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#TeamSpectacularNow
#TeamFaultInOurStars
69

Does President Trump golf too much?

President Trump promised to take no long vacations while in office and criticized President Obama for taking too many trips. But President Trump took a 17-day "working vacation" in August and has already played golf 35 times according to Politifact. Some argue a fatigued president serves no one, and presidents can work and play at the same time. But others insist the job of the president requires…
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#BackToWorkTrump
#LetTrumpGolf
70

Does Attorney General Jeff Sessions need to go?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is appearing before the House Judiciary Committee to answer questions about possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. After arguably lying under oath during his last hearing, many are calling on Sessions to step down or be fired. But others want Sessions to stick it out, and instead open an investigation into the Clintons. What do you think? 🤔…
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#SessionsGottaGo
#StandByJeffSessions