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President Donald Trump met with video game ‘experts’

Our president seems to believe that so-called violent video games cause young males to become homicidal maniacs. Back in 2012, in wake of the Sandy Hook massacre, Trump tweeted: Video game violence & glorification must be stopped—it is creating monsters! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 17, 2012 He’s made similarly misinformed comments since the Parkland massacre. …

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Trump bans citizens from seven countries from entering U.S.

Trump bans citizens from seven countries from entering U.S. - Bent Corner

President Donald Trump is unique from past presidents in that he seems to keep his campaign promises. I’m still waiting for President Obama to shut down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Our new commander in chief signed an executive order that bars citizens of seven countries from entering the United States. This ban will remain …

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Bryton Mellott did nothing wrong

Bryton Mellott, 22, of Urbana, Illinois, burned an American flag and posted a photo of the act to his Facebook page. People reacting to the photo sent him death threats and reportedly even made threats against him employer, Walmart. Police reviewed the photo Mr. Mellott posted on Facebook. They then went to Walmart to investigate …

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Defending virtual child pornography is not my fight

Defending virtual child pornography is not my fight

Kalinara from the blog Pretty, Fizzy Paradise wrote a blog post responding to what I wrote about the Christopher Handley virtual child pornography case the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) decided to take on and help defend. Kalinara seems to infer from my post that I think people who procure collect child pornography do not deserve …

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