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Why I don't like Beyonce

Oct 14 2014 6:21am CDT | Source: Big Government

“FEMINIST” blared the stage behind Beyoncé at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August this year. No true megastar would feel the need to declare themselves on the subject one way or another, but the stunt was typical of the neediest, most inconsistent and most irritating pop artist of our age. After all, the Texan Methodist gospel girl who grew up to be a star, and whose last tour was named “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour,” in honour of her husband, is the last person today’s independently-minde ...
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Google Threatened with $100 Million Suit over Celeb Nude Photos

Oct 6 2014 2:41pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Google is being threatened with a $100 million lawsuit from an attorney representing celebrities whose private photos were published on Google, according to USA TODAY.  Attorney Martin Singer wrote, "Google is making millions and profiting from the victimization of women. Google's 'Don't be evil' motto is a sham." Singer added that Google had helped perpetuate the practice, writing, "As a result of your blatantly unethical behav ...
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